NHL  |  Apr 17, 2021
Predators vs. Hurricanes
Hurricanes
-175
  at  LINEPROS
in 8h
Saturday huge card has our College Football Spring League Game of the Year, a Rare 6* NHL Top level System Play, a Perfect System Revenge play and a Powerful MLB Card led by a Platinum Supreme. NHL Comp play below.The NHL Comp play is on Carolina at 7:00 eastern. The Hurricanes have owned the Predators winning 13 of the last 14. They are 7-0 vs winning teams with the favorite on a 5-0 run in this series. The Canes have cashed 16 of 23 on Saturdays and 18 of 24 after allowing 2 or less goals. Nashville has lost 12 of 15 vs winning teams. Look for Carolina to take another from Nashville here tonight. On Saturday the Spring College Football Play of the Year is up along with a 6* NHL Top play, an MLB Platinum Supreme move and a Perfect System NBA.. For the NHL Comp play. Go with Carolina. Rob V- GC Sports.
NHL  |  Apr 17, 2021
Predators vs. Hurricanes
Hurricanes
-175
  at  LINEPROS
in 8h

Saturday NHL Free play. My selection is on Carolina over Nashville at 7:05 pm et on Saturday.

The Canes snapped their brief two-game skid with a lopsided 4-1 win over the Preds on Thursday night (we won with the 'under' in that game) and I look for them to complete the two-game sweep against Nashville on Saturday. Perhaps Carolina's lull in a two-game set against the lowly Red Wings last week was to be expected as it was coming off three straight wins, including consecutive victories over the rival - and at that time league-leading Panthers squad. We saw the Canes refocus and deliver a dominant performance on Thursday night and I look for some carry-over effect from that here on Saturday. Despite a boatload of injuries, the Predators have been playing well but some regression is certainly in order and they've had very little success against Carolina, dropping eight of the last nine meetings in this series. The Canes are in a fine spot here, having gone 23-7 in their last 30 games at home following a win over a division opponent, outscoring opponents by 1.6 goals on average. Under head coach Rod Brind'Amour, the Canes have gone 40-19 following a win over a division opponent, outscoring opponents by 0.9 goals per game in that spot. Take Carolina (8*).

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