NHL Picks: Flyers, Capitals and Canadiens Look To Keep Things Rolling

December 1st, 2010 by Matthew Fairburn Leave a reply »
With seven games on the schedule for tonight, including contests that feature three of the top four teams in the Eastern Conference, NHL fans will get a look at some high quality hockey. The Flyers attempt to rebound against the Bruins, the Capitals look to continue their winning streak against the Blues and the Canadiens try to take care of business against the lowly Oilers.


Edmonton Oilers at Montreal Canadiens

Montreal and Edmonton kick off the two-game season series in Montreal tonight. The Canadiens are the stronger team, and they are playing at home, making them the logical pick here. It is worth noting that the home team won both matchups between these teams last year. Carey Price is playing great hockey right now, and I see no reason why the Canadiens would not take care of business here.

Pick: Montreal 4, Edmonton 2

Boston Bruins at Philadelphia Flyers

Philly faces off against the Bruins after a nice three-day hiatus. The last time the Flyers had this much time off, they beat Carolina, 8-1. Meanwhile, after a hot start, the Bruins seem to be cooling off. The Flyers return home a ...

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