The Chicago Blackhawks meet the Florida Panthers for Game 2 of their two-game regular-season series, as Week 26 of the 2021-22 NHL season winds down with this interconference showdown from the BB&T Center in Miami. Florida defeated Chicago in the first meeting between these teams, winning 5-2 in Chicago on February 20, so let’s see what’s the best Blackhawks vs. Panthers betting pick for Thursday evening.
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Blackhawks vs Panthers FanDuel Betting Pick
This game will be played at the BB&T Center in Miami at 7:00 PM ET on Thursday, March 31, 2022.
Why Bet The Panthers:
✅ The Florida Panthers have defeated the Chicago Blackhawks in three straight meetings. That includes a 5-2 victory on February 20. The Panthers are 7-2-1 in the last 10 meetings between these teams.
✅ The Florida Panthers are 27-6-0 at home this season. Florida has won all four games they have played at the BB&T Center in March. The Panthers have defeated the Blackhawks four straight times at home.
✅ The Chicago Blackhawks are 2-4-1 in their last seven games while Florida is 7-2-1 in their last 10 contests. Chicago has gone 3-3-1 in their last seven games on the road. The Blackhawks are 13-16-5 away from Chicago.
The Chicago Blackhawks (24-33-10; 35-32 ATS) lost to Buffalo 6-5 on Monday. That dropped the Blackhawks to 4-4-2 in their last 10 games and they are in seventh place in the Central Division, 23 points out of fourth place. The Blackhawks are 13-16-5 on the road but have played a little better on the road in March, going 3-3-1.
Chicago held a four-goal lead over Buffalo after opening the contest with four unanswered tallies, but Buffalo battled back to tie the score and then won it with two goals in the final 2:14 to earn the 6-5 victory. Four different players scored goals for the Blackhawks, including Alex DeBrincat, who recorded his 38th goal of the year, easily tops the club. Patrick Kane had an assist in the loss, and now has 10 points over his last five games. Chicago is 26th in goals per game (2.69).
The Florida Panthers (45-15-6; 35-31 ATS) gave up an early goal against Montréal, then responded with four unanswered tallies to earn a 7-4 victory over the Canadiens. Florida has won four straight games at home and is 21 games over .500 at the BB&T Center. The Panthers are first in the Atlantic Division and are tied for the second-most points in the NHL at 96. They hold a six-point edge over Tampa Bay for first place in the division.
Jonathan Huberdeau and Ryan Lomberg each had a big game in the victory over Montréal, as each scored two goals and added an assist. Huberdeau now has four goals and five assists over his last five games and he is the team leader in assists (70) and points (93). Florida is the top-scoring team in the NHL at 4.06 goals per game, but they have been even better on their own home ice, averaging 4.70 goals per contest.