NHL Monday Bets: Four Props for the Night

If you followed our NHL bets from yesterday, you had quite a day for yourself, like we did five prop play waps.

We’ll see that momentum continue this fresh week with four props from Monday’s NHL slate.

We have two shot on goal (SOG) looks and two point props. Let’s come to the spot.

Brad Merchand 3.5 SOG (+105 DK)

I like the plus-money I’m getting here at Brad Merchand, going against a Columbus team that allowed them 33.6 shots per game at home in the last ten.

Merchand has covered his SOG in eight of his last 10 away games as he walked down the street.

He is not just scrapped by these 3.5 numbers. He has 5+ SOGs in seven games and has an average of 8.6 shot attempts per game in the last five.

It’s elite volume, and against a good opponent, I’m sure.

Pavel Buknevich above 2.5 SOG (-115 DK)

As we mentioned on Sunday, the SOG props bet against Arizona is one of the best strategies you can deploy and we carry that argument until Monday.

On the road, the Coyotes are allowing 36.3 shots per game in their last 10.

I like to capitalize on Buknevich, because he has covered his SOG in four of his last five at home and in six of his last 10.

She had four SOGs when the Blues last hosted Arizona, and by logical reason, she’s my favorite to cover tonight.

Jake DeBrusk Over 0.5 Points (-110 DK)

We headed back to the Bruins for a point prop while touring with Jake Dibrusk.

I think the -110 is an incredible value for a player skating in a top-line, and it’s even better to see Columbus allow them to score 4.2 goals per game in the last five at home.

Dibrusk has been fruitful with Merchand and Patrice Bergeron, with six points from his last four games.

He has scored in every game and assisted in two. He’s very involved, and I hope Boston will score 3-5 tonight.

The teams have just met on Saturday with Dibrusk with two points. The only thing that changes their position and I like success to continue.

Nikita Kucherov over 1.5 points (+152 FD)

I like the value of Nikita Kucherov’s 2+ point registration here, an achievement she has completed in three drawn games and eight of her last ten at home.

We have a difference of +152 for a result that hit 80% of the time in the Gulf of Tampa lately. Add a preferred opponent, sign me up.

Toronto has averaged 4.5 goals per game in their last 10 games (4.4 in their last five).

Jack Campbell has been confirmed in the net for Maple Leafs tonight. His recent goals are allowed numbers: 3, 4, 5, 5, 4, 5.

Translation: Many goals.

The tamper top line of Kucherov, Steven Stamkos and Braden Point has been quite fruitful. I continue to have success in a big game for lightning.

Good luck tonight, let’s keep some NHL bets cached!

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