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Kings vs. Canucks Prediction: NHL Betting Odds

The Vancouver Canucks are in the middle of a seven-game homestand when they struggle the flailing L.A. Kings.
Kings vs Canucks Betting Diagnosis The L.A. Kings have formally been eliminated from playoff contention. Their record this year is just one of the league’s worst at 28-40-8, placing them at 30th place at the NHL standings with 64 points. They will continue their tour of Canada tonight when they face the Canucks, whose period record now stands in 32-35-10.
The Nucks won the last time these two clubs playedon February 14th. The final score was 4-3, and yet another hotshot rookie, Elias Pettersson, got a goal and an assist in that game.
Los Angeles Kings
The Kings are coming to this one on a four match losing streak. The Oilers beat them by a score of 8-4 in their last match. Dustin Brown, Drew Doughty, Carl Grundstrom and Alex Iafallo each had a goal at the match, but couldn’t keep the puck from the web supporting Jonathan Quick, who let in 5 goals in 11 shots before being pulled after a single period. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and oilers Leon Draisaitl both got hat tricks for their team.
It is a huge night for Dustin Brown who will go on the franchise record book due to his 1,112th career game. He places him beyond Dave Taylor, which makes him the all-time pioneer in regular season games playedwith. Brown was selected in the 13th overall, in the 2003 draft.
Vancouver Canucks
The Canucks are coming off of a 5-4 loss to the Anaheim Ducks at Rogers Arena before this week, a game in which Ducks rookie Sam Steel had his first career NHL hat trick.
The major story in Vancouver these days is Quinn Hughes, the seventh-overall pick a year that officially signed with the Canucks two weeks past. He was nursing a foot injury he obtained during the NCAA playoffs, but is anticipated make his debut this day.
Vancouver Coach Travis Green has said he intends to place Hughes on the ice with Luke Schenn for his very first NHL game. Hughes isn’t thinking about making waves saying”I do not need to do anything particular. I just have to get the puck up into the forwards because they are so skilled. I’m only going to try to do my work and keep the puck out of the web.”

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