Chris Wassel is here with your NHL Best Bets for April 27, 2022 action. See our best NHL bet picks today.
Wednesday night has five NHL games on the schedule and a couple of options to consider for our NHL best bets today.
All NHL gameday odds and lines are current as of Wednesday, April 27, at 10 a.m. ET from Caesars Sportsbook.
NHL Bets 4/27/22: Philadelphia Flyers @ Winnipeg Jets
Best Bet: Jets Moneyline & Kyle Connor Anytime Goal (+200)
Wager: 1 Unit
The Flyers have lost seven of their last 10, they’ve already shut down several prominent players like Carter Hart, and will no doubt be trying to improve their lottery chances to land the No. 1 pick. They’re also one of the worst road teams in the NHL with an 11-24-5 record away from Wells Fargo Center.
The Jets close out their regular season playing three games in four nights, but they won the first game and the last three are all at home, making their busy schedule a bit easier to digest.
Sportsbook Play of the Day
Before you make your next NHL bet, you should know that Caesars Sportsbook is among the industry’s best, offering tons of promotions. Get up to $1,100 in first bet insurance when you use our promo code .
Read Chris Wassel’s Caesars Sportsbook review for more insight and get your welcome bonus below, or continue reading this analysis for our NHL tipster picks.
Winnipeg goalie Connor Hellebuyck won his 200th game over the weekend, so he may be in line for a rest, but if Eric Comrie starts for the Jets, the team isn’t missing much.
The Kyle Connor anytime goal boost is just a bonus here and forces this bet into the plus-money range. The Flyers give up 35 shots per 60, and Connor will be motivated to go over the 90-point plateau for the first time in his career.
Take the Jets’ moneyline and Connor’s goal with that juice as our NHL bet of the day.
NHL Bets 4/27/22: Arizona Coyotes @ Dallas Stars
Best Bet: UNDER 6 Goals (-120)
Wager: 1 Unit
Dallas is a very good 26-10-3 at home while Arizona has lost 10 straight games. Currently, the Coyotes are tied with the Montreal Canadiens for the worst record in the NHL. That said, Arizona has kept things respectable during this losing streak, which is why we’re not playing the puck line here.
Additionally, Dallas is trying to cement a playoff spot on the back end of a back-to-back. This is not exactly rocket science, but the feeling is the Stars will attempt to play this conservatively. That is their “norm" when playing at home.
Take the Under 6 goals on Wednesday as Dallas may feel a few nerves and be a bit guilty of scoreboard watching.