Blackhawks vs Bruins: The Chicago Blackhawks are the perfect 7-0 for the last seven games. The Blackhawks will try their best to continue an annoying victory over the Boston Bruins on Tuesday night.
On Sunday, “Chicago” won with a 5: 2 score over the “Red Wings” and improved to 23-24-9 in the season. Dominic Kahun opened the scoring with a score of four to six in the first period of the goal, which was helped by Alex Debrinkat and Dylan Strom. Strome made it 2-0 from 1:57, staying in the first assists of Kahun and DeBrincat. After Detroit reduced it to 2-1 in two periods, the Blackhawks pushed him back into the lead with two goals of 12:15, remaining in the third, as Kahun scored his 11th goal of the season with Strom and DeBrinka. Red Wings managed to reduce the score to 3: 2, before Patrick Kane returned to make the game with two goals, scoring the 33rd goal of the season thanks to the assistance of Jonathan Towes and Eric Gustafsson. Toes added an insurance game with the help of assistants Kane and Brent Sibruk. Cam Ward made 43 saves for 45 shots in a victorious effort.
Chicago is a loser of the +165 odds in the NHL in Boston in the sports books tracked by OddsShark.com. Boston has won four of the last five games and is the favorite of -200 at home
The winning series of the seven-game Blackhawks would not have been a big surprise for many of the dominant seasons that Chicago has gathered over the past decade, but this is certainly a surprise this year.
Chicago lost all of its previous five games, falling to 16-24-9 of the season, fighting the Los Angeles Kings for the bottom line in the league. But in the past nine games, the Blackhawks have scored an average of 5.44 goals per game to help offset their defense challenges.
Blackhawks 7-3 in a straight line and 9-1 in the puck line in the last 10 games on the road according to the OddsShark NHL database.
Notes of the Boston Bruins
While Boston have not won their last seven games, the Bruins have won points in each of their last seven games with a 4-0-3 record, including a current 4-0-1 run in the last five games.
This season, the Bruins have excellent results for the goalkeepers of Tuukka Rask and Yaroslav Khalak, as both have a save percentage of over 0.920, and together they helped Bruins score the third-lowest goal in the NHL: 2.55 per game. . Boston 20-7-3 in 30 home games this season.
The total of Tuesday night on the online betting sites scored six goals. Jump 12-1 in the last 13 games of Chicago.
It should be an intriguing clash of styles on Tuesday, as the Blackhawks driven by the assault visit the defense-focused Bruins. Seven of the last eight games in Boston have been decided by a single goal. Given Boston’s penchant for closed matches and recent success in Chicago on the roads, players may be interested in the Blackhawks taking off at -155 on the puck line with +1.5 goals. Boston would pay +130 in the winning bid as -1.5 scorers.