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Hockey Gambling - St. Louis at Nashville

Hockey gambling excitement continues to build for the St. Louis Blues as they are off to their best start in many years with the hockey odds.
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Hockey gambling has been a little rougher with the Nashville Predators although they have a winning record with the hockey odds.

The Nashville Predators will host the St. Louis Blues on Wednesday Night with a faceoff time of 7 PM ET on Versus.  Be sure and check Sports-Gambling for the side and over/under odds and top open your account.

The St. Louis Blues have a record of 11-5-1-2 and yet are only in 3rd place in the Central Division standings.  The Blues have struggled on the road with a mark of 3-5-1-1 with an even 5-5 split on over/unders in away games.

The Blues are riding a 2 game winning streak with the NHL odds as they are coming off a 3-2 home win over New Jersey on Saturday which followed a 5-2 home win over Ottawa.  Center Andy McDonald leads St. Louis with 5 goals and 9 assists while Patrik Berglund has 5 goals and 8 assists.

Right wing Matt D-Agostini leads the team with 6 goals and goaltender Jaroslav Halak has a record of 9-6 with a 2.45 goals against average and 3 shutouts already on the season.  Halak was the playoff hero of Montreal last spring.  The Blues rank 20th in the NHL for goal scoring and 8th for goals against.

The Nashville Predators have a NHL betting record of 9-7-3 and are 3-1-3 at home with 4 of their 7 home games going under the total.  The Predators are coming off a Monday 2-0 loss at Columbus which followed back to back wins at Montreal and Carolina.

Nashville is in last place in the Central Division and ranks 28th in the NHL for goal scoring and 12th for goals against.  What little offense the Predators have generated is balanced and spread out with left wing Steve Sullivan, center Marcel Goc, and right wing Patric Hornqvist each having 5 goals to lead the team.

Center Cal O’Reilly leads Nashville in scoring with 4 goals and 9 assists.  Pekka Rinne has a 2.59 goals against average and a record of 6-8 while backup Anders Lindback has a hockey gambling mark of 3-2 with a 2.76 goals against average.

Just 3 of the last 26 matchups in this series at Nashville have gone over the total and the Preds are 15-5 at home against St. Louis.