Best NHL Bets Today April 25, 2022 | NHL Betting Picks Of The Day 4/25/22

Posted: Apr 25, 2022Last updated: Apr 25, 2022

Pat Pickens is here with your NHL Best Bets for April 25, 2022 action. See our best NHL bet picks today.

We have another one-game night with zero playoff implications in the NHL today, but there are always real-world implications when money’s on the line. Let’s see if we can make some cash with my best NHL bets today.

All NHL gameday odds and lines are current as of Monday, April 25, at 10 a.m. ET from Caesars Sportsbook.

NHL Bets 4/25/22: Philadelphia Flyers @ Chicago Blackhawks

Best Bet: OVER 6.5 Goals (-110)

Wager: 2 Units

The Flyers won the first meeting between these teams 4-3 in Philadelphia on March 5, in a wild affair where Philadelphia rallied with a pair of third-period goals. Expect a similar contest Monday night.

The Blackhawks were stymied offensively in the final two games of their California road trip, scoring just single tallies in each of their losses to the Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks. Still, there have been at least seven goals in six of their past eight games, including four straight at United Center.


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The Flyers also have had at least seven goals in six of their past eight games. Philadelphia is coming off a 4-1 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday night and will be playing the second of a back-to-back.

Martin Jones, who has played like Philadelphia’s No. 1 for much of this season, started that game in goal which means Felix Sandstrom is likely to get the net for the Flyers in Chicago. Sandstrom, who replaced the injured Carter Hart on Philadelphia’s roster after Hart was injured two weeks ago, has a 3.30 goals-against average in three games this season.

These are two of the NHL’s most porous defensive teams. Philadelphia’s allowed the sixth-most goals (287, 3.63 per game), and Chicago has surrendered the seventh-most (284, 3.59 per game).

Don’t overthink it. This game should definitely have at least seven goals. making the Over our NHL bet of the day.

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