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NHL Betting Trends: Ice-Cold Insights for November 9

Puck fans and betting enthusiasts, it's time to sharpen your skates and polish your predictions! As the November chill sets in, let's slide over to today's NHL betting trends and head-to-head system stats that are hotter than a slapshot!

🏒 Seattle’s Stealth Moves: When playing the underdog role in November, Seattle is looking like a silent assassin with a 9-1-0 against-the-spread (ATS) record, and 7-3 straight up (SU). But when it comes to the total, they're as cold as the ice they play on, with a 3-7-0 record over/under (O/U).

🏒 Colorado Clashes: Whenever Seattle faced off against Colorado, the underdog mask seems to fit them just fine with a 7-3-0 ATS and 6-4 SU. But again, the total goes under more often than not, sitting at 1-9-0. Watch out for low-scoring games when these two tango!

🏒 Vancouver’s November to Remember: Vancouver seems to love the autumn leaves, boasting a 9-1-0 ATS record and an 8-2 SU when playing in November as either home or away team. The goals seem to flow freely too, with a 6-4-0 O/U record.

🏒 Arizona’s Central Domination: Arizona, when facing the Central Division, stands tall with an impressive 28-7-0 ATS. However, they're playing catch-up in SU at 14-21, and the O/U is a bit of a rollercoaster at 22-13-0.

🏒 Chicago’s Atlantic Ambition: Chicago seems to find its stride as the underdog against the Atlantic Division, skating to an 8-2-0 ATS, though they've stumbled a bit with a 4-6 SU and O/U record.

🏒 Tampa Bay’s Home Comfort: As the home favorite versus the Central Division, Tampa Bay strikes lightning with a 10-5-0 ATS and an even more electrifying 12-3 SU. The O/U is balanced on a knife-edge at 9-6-0.

🏒 Edmonton’s Shark Hunting: When Edmonton hits the road against San Jose, they're packing a 6-4-0 ATS and a 7-3 SU record, with goals often flying past goaltenders for an 8-2-0 O/U record.

🏒 Montreal’s Underdog Bite: As road underdogs, Montreal isn't shy, with a 12-3-0 ATS record, and a SU that's not too shabby at 11-4. They've also kept the scorekeepers busy with a 10-5-0 O/U.

🏒 Detroit’s Defensive Dilemma: When playing as home favorites, Detroit has shown some leaks defensively, leading to a 16-13-0 ATS and a 20-9 SU record, but the O/U tells a story of defense, sitting at 5-22-2.

🏒 Ottawa’s Home Ice Advantage: Ottawa, when playing at home last year with a total of 6.5, turned the Canadian Tire Centre into a fortress with a 9-1-0 ATS and a 6-4 SU record.

🏒 The Islander's Road Woes: The NY Islanders, as road underdogs, have struggled with a 10-7-0 ATS and a 6-11 SU record. They've left fans wanting more goals with a 3-14-0 O/U record.

🏒 Minnesota’s Underdog Growl: Minnesota, as the road underdog, isn't rolling over for belly rubs, with a 15-3-0 ATS and an 8-10 SU record.

🏒 Colorado’s Rocky Road Recovery: Colorado, at home over the last two years after a non-division game, has a mixed bag with an 11-9-0 ATS and a strong 16-4 SU record.

🏒 San Jose’s Home Water Advantage: San Jose, when playing host, doesn't shy away from a challenge with a 17-4-0 O/U record against Edmonton.

So, there you have it, folks! Whether you're betting on the underdogs or the favorites, today's trends are as intriguing as a game-winning overtime goal. Will these trends hold up or will the unpredictable nature of hockey leave us all on the edge of our seats? Only the game will tell! Lace up, place your bets, and enjoy the icy ride!