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Hockey Gambling Odds - St. Louis at Colorado

Hockey gambling odds handicappers have been impressed with the fast start of St. Louis as they have been one of the best early season values with the hockey lines.
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Hockey gambling odds have not been nearly as profitable for the Colorado Avalanche as they have been an inconsistent commodity with the hockey lines.

Tonight on Versus the Colorado Avalanche will host the St. Louis Blues with faceoff set for 8 PM Eastern Time.  Sports-Gambling will have the side and over/under odds for this Western Conference matchup so be sure and open your account today.

St. Louis has an online NHL wagering record of 9-3-1-2 but has not played as well on the road as they are 3-3-1-1 away from home with 5 of their 8 road games going under the total.  Defense has been the hallmark of the Blues as they rank 4th in the NHL for goals against while the offense has struggled and ranks 25th for goals scored.

The Blues are riding a 3 game losing streak heading into this matchup and are coming off a 5-3 loss at Phoenix on Saturday.  Goaltender Jaroslav Halak has a record of 8-4 with a 1.79 goals against average.  Matt D’Agostini leads St. Louis with 6 goals while TJ Oshie has a team best 9 assists from the center position.

Colorado has a NHL wagering record of 8-7-1 and is 3-4 at home so far this year.  The Avalanche has gone over the total in 11 of their 16 games including 5 out of 7 at home.  Colorado has an explosive offense that is ranked 4th in the NHL for scoring while the defense ranks 23rd.  Chris Stewart leads the Avs with 18 points.

St. Louis has struggled with the hockey gambling odds on the road as they have paid out in just 3 of their last 12 games away from home.  Colorado loves Mondays as they have paid out in 13 of their last 17 Monday matchups.

The Blues also have a thing for Mondays as they have gone over the total in 12 of their last 17 Monday matchups.  Colorado has gone over the total in 25 of their last 35 meetings in the Western Conference.

St. Louis has gotten the money in just 6 of their last 28 road games at Colorado and has dropped their last 4 consecutive matchups against the Avalanche.