NHL Betting: New York Rangers to disgrace the Senators


There's an early start in Boston tonight when the puck drops at 8pm for the Bruins against the Capitals, Chris Kelly scored the solitary goal in overtime to give the reigning Champions the win.

Washington are having to continue their young third choice goaltender Braden Holtby, he showed his talents in Game 1 but with Tim Thomas down the other end of the ice, Boston should be confident about going two up. Odds of 1.88 for the hosts to win in regulation.

The New York Rangers were relatively comfortable winners in the first game of their series against the Ottawa Senators; who produced a late rally after going 4-0 down. If Ottawa can bring forward that momentum this could be a much closer affair. New York are rarely lacking intensity however with Captain Ryan Callahan leading by example, he is 2.80 to score at least one goal and the Rangers 1.92 to win.

St Louis and San Jose needed a second overtime period to separate them two nights ago with the Sharks eventually coming out on top and sealing what could prove to be a crucial win on the road. The Blues will be looking to bounce back and expect them to hold the Sharks to under 2.5 goals at 1.52 thanks to their excellent defence.

Overtime was also needed in Phoenix where the Coyotes took a series lead against Chicago and with little between these two teams it is 3.65 to go past three periods again.

Best Bet: New York Rangers to win in regulation at 1.92.