NHL: Hurricanes vs Canadiens Prediction, Odds, and Picks (Mar 7)
- Carolina Hurricanes have gone 7-3-0 over their last ten games
- Montreal Canadiens have lost their previous three
It has been an excellent run for the Carolina Hurricanes, and they will be bidding to continue that sequence on Monday. They will be favored in the betting to claim victory over the Montreal Canadiens.
The Hurricanes come into the game looking to record a third straight win, while the Canadiens will be bidding to end a three-game losing streak. But, can the Metropolitan Division leaders maintain their winning sequence?
How To Watch
- When: Tuesday, March 7, 2023, at 7:00 p.m ET
- Where: Centre Bell, Montreal
- How To Watch: NHL TV
Few sides have been as impressive over their last ten games as the Carolina Hurricanes. It remains extremely unlikely that they will finish top of the Eastern Conference standings, but they certainly appear to be a key player in waiting for the playoffs.
Carolina has won seven of their last ten games, and has lost just three times in regulation over that period. The Hurricanes have picked up two straight wins coming into this game, with the latest of those coming in the form of a 6-0 home win over the Tampa Bay Lightning.
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The Montreal Canadiens sit toward the bottom of the Eastern Conference, as just the Columbus Blue Jackets have picked up fewer wins. Montreal has gone 26-33-4 this term, and they come into this game having suffered three straight losses in the NHL.
Away from home, they have struggled, with 14 of their 26 wins coming at Centre Bell. The Habs were beaten on the road in their latest game in the NHL, as they were easily beaten 4-3 by the Vegas Golden Knights over the weekend. A response will be needed on Tuesday.
It appears incredibly hard to see any other result than a Hurricanes win on Tuesday. They have been in excellent recent form and picked up wins from each of their previous four against the Canadiens.