Detroit Red Wings vs Montreal Canadiens Predictions & Betting Odds - NHL Picks

Detroit Red Wings vs Montreal Canadiens Predictions & Betting Odds - NHL Picks

Detroit Red Wings vs Montreal Canadiens Predictions & Betting Odds - NHL Picks

The Detroit Red Wings (14-43-4) meet the Montreal Canadiens (27-26-8) in the NHL at Little Caesars Arena on Tuesday night.

Detroit were last in action on Sunday night, when they went down to a fourth straight defeat with a 5-1 loss at the Pittsburgh Penguins. They have now lost 14 of their last 16 games.

Valtteri Filppula scored Detroit’s only goal to give them the lead early on. Jimmy Howard made 12 saves, but was pulled after Pittsburgh went into a 4-1 lead in the second period. Jonathan Bernier then stopped 18 of 19 shots.

The Red Wings are only averaging a paltry 1.98 Goals per Game (GPG), while they are allowing 3.74 (GA). Tyler Bertuzzi has 18 goals for Detroit, while Dylan Larkin has 40 points and has recorded 25 assists. They are 9-18-2 on home-ice this season.

Betting Odds - Winner

Montreal last played on Saturday night, losing for a fourth straight game as they went down 4-3 in OT on home-ice to the Dallas Stars, despite having led 3-0.

Joel Armia, Jordan Weal and Nick Cousins scored for the Habs, while Carey Price made 22 saves.

The Canadiens are averaging 2.95 GPG, while they are allowing 3.07 (GA). Tomas Tatar leads the way for Montreal with 21 goals, 53 points and 32 assists. They are 14-11-3 on the road this season.

Detroit Red Wings vs Montreal Canadiens Betting Lines & Pick

Looking at our NHL betting picks going into this game, the Canadiens may have lost four straight, but this is an ideal opportunity to bounce back to winning ways against a poor Red Wings team and they are the tips to do so.

The Canadiens are warm favourites going into this game at odds of -188 (1.53) with 888Sport on the Money Line, with the Red Wings available at +150 (2.50) with 888Sport.

NHL Pick: Money Line – Montreal Canadiens to Win @ -188 (1.53) with 888Sport

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