The Anaheim Ducks are the No. 1 team in the NHL standings. But what if we told you they were the least profitable team in hockey? That’s if you bet on the puck line, where the Ducks are 13-28 ATS for a deficit of 20.68 units. Compare that to the team Anaheim plays Wednesday night (10:30 PM ET, NBCSN) at the Pond, the New York Rangers. They’re 20-16 ATS for 9.61 units in earnings.
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The Ducks (26-9-2-4) are doing just fine against the moneyline, picking up 7.52 units in profit. But since they’re favored in just about every game they play, they typically have to beat the opposition by two goals to cover the spread. Twenty of Anaheim’s 26 victories have been by a single goal.
As for the Rangers (21-11-0-4), their record is only good enough for 15th place in the overall standings. But their goal differential of plus-23 is miles ahead of Anaheim’s plus-5. New York is scoring 3.08 goals and allowing 2.39 goals per game, much better than the Ducks on both counts at 2.68 for and 2.59 against. Will Anaheim’s luck run out Wednesday night?
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