Sport: NHL Tuesday bets: Nine shot props on packed night

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  NHL Wednesday bets: More shots on goal props Tuesday was a tremendous day of NHL prop betting if you came here to Yardbarker for your picks, going 4-1 on our Shots on Goal (SOG) props. We look to keep the momentum rolling with a good-looking slate of targets. Jacob Trouba over 2.5 SOG (+130 DK)Trouba was an awesome cash Tuesday night at +140, hitting his SOG in the first period.The amazing thing is this is not an emotional or recency bias pick, the situation again behooves a bet on Trouba.Trouba has now covered his SOG in three straight games, with six-plus shot attempts in four straight.

Tuesday is a loaded night in hockey, which makes it easy to move on from Monday's struggles. We have 14 games on deck for Tuesday evening, and we're betting as such.

Minnesota Wild star Kirill Kaprizov will look to keep his hot streak going Tuesday night against the Edmonton Oilers. © Harrison Barden-USA TODAY Sports Minnesota Wild star Kirill Kaprizov will look to keep his hot streak going Tuesday night against the Edmonton Oilers.

We'll keep our focus on Shots on Goal (SOG) props in the NHL for this Tuesday, and there's plenty to like across the board.

Kirill Kaprizov over 3.5 SOG (-110 DK)

Let's start with Kirill Kaprizov, who has been rolling, particularly at home. Kaprizov loves shooting on home ice, going over 3.5 shots in six straight and 12 of his last 14.

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  NHL Thursday bets: Brad Marchand-Sam Bennett among props to target With nine games on the docket in the NHL, there are clear targets that pop up, so we'll be continuing our approach to find the best prop spots of the day. I've enjoyed digging into the hockey slate in the morning and following my initial instincts. With that in mind, these were the first four plays that stood out.Parlay: Brad Marchand over 2.5 SOG & Sam Bennett point (+166 DK)I need a piece of Brad Marchand Thursday at this number, a total he has surpassed in seven of his last eight at home and nine of 10 overall.He gets a good target to keep the shots up in New Jersey, who allow 33.

In a big game against Edmonton, I expect the volume to continue, and the Oilers allow 32.3 shots per game on the road in their last 10, a fine target for the evening.

John Carlson over 2.5 SOG (+110 DK)

I love the plus-money here for John Carlson, who has covered his shots prop in three straight games and six of his last 10.

I'm not going to overthink this one. He's hit in two of three games against the Flyers, and Philadelphia has been peppered by shots all season.

Philly also sees the seventh-most shots per game from defensemen, so Carlson should have his opportunities.

Logan Couture over 2.5 SOG (+100 DK)

Why we continue to see Couture at these odds is a question we should try to keep to ourselves. The man is on another level right now, hitting this prop in 11 of the past 13 games.

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The road has been his friend, with three-plus shots in eight of 10, and he should see little resistance in a Nashville team allowing 33 shots per game at home in their last ten.

Josh Norris over 2.5 SOG (-145 DK)

The juice is starting to come with Norris, but I'm drinking it against Detroit. By this point, you should know how generous the Red Wings are to shots, but I'll drop the numbers to back it up.

In their last 10 home games, Detroit is allowing 35.7 shots per game.

Norris continues to roll, hitting his SOG in seven of eight. In two games against Detroit this year, Norris has finished with three and six SOG. We bank on him doing it again Tuesday night.

Kris Letang over 2.5 SOG (-110 DK)

I can keep Letang's write-up quite simple. He's hit his SOG in five straight and faces the Islanders, who are allowing the fourth-most shots per game to defensemen since March 1.

As a team, the Islanders are allowing 34.4 shots per game at home in their past 10, there should be plenty to go around for Letang to continue his streak.

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  NHL Sunday bets: Five plus-money props Let's end this great week of NHL betting strong with some Shots on Goal (SOG) props. There are nine games on the schedule on Sunday, offering us plenty of shot value. © Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports Vegas Golden Knights center Jack Eichel I have five bets loaded up, all in the plus-money variety. Let's get to the spots. Parlay: Dylan Larkin and Dougie Hamilton over 2.5 SOG (+167 DK)We start with a parlay for two players with solid location trends.Dylan Larkin has been much better on the road, hitting his SOG in nine of his last 12 games. His attempts also fly up on road ice for some reason, averaging 7.

Adrian Kempe over 2.5 SOG (-125 DK)

There's plenty of good options on the Los Angeles side, but I like Kempe, who has hit his SOG in eight of his last 10 and four of five on the road.

The attempts are solid, averaging seven per game in his past five, and Chicago has been a good shot target for some time now, allowing 34.4 per game at home their last 10.

Max Pacioretty over 3.5 SOG (+115 DK)

For those who have followed for awhile, Max Pacioretty should bring feelings of nostalgia around a simpler time.

Pacioretty began his season on an absolute tear, hitting his shots on goal with extreme regularity.

His production tapered off dramatically, but prior to a brief absence, his shots started coming again. Upon his return, he seemingly picked up right where he left off.

Pacioretty has played five games since March 6. If we throw out his March 11 game against Pittsburgh, as he got hurt early on and had to leave, the results are worth following.

Averaging eight attempts per game, Pacioretty covered his SOG each time, averaging five SOG in those games. He returned on Saturday and kept up the production, and I think he's officially back.

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Tonight, he'll see a Vancouver team allowing 32.4 shots per game at home in their last 10. Let's keep this version of Pacioretty going Tuesday.

Leon Draisaitl over 3.5 SOG (+115 DK)

Draisaitl is rolling and they keep giving him to us at plus-money, so we'll just keep betting it.

Drai has now covered his SOG prop in seven of eight games, averaging an absurd 8.6 shot attempts per game in his last five.

Minnesota has been seeing more shots against them recently, 34.2 in their past five home games to be exact.

What puts this over the edge is power-play data. The Wild are averaging the sixth-most penalties per game in the last 10 games and Draisaitl is leading Edmonton in PP shots in their last 20 games, with 23 shots.

I'll add here that Draisaitl has also covered his SOG in both games against Minnesota this season.

Ryan Johansen over 1.5 SOG (-110 DK)

This one caught my eye on a second pass at these odds, as Johansen has now covered his shots prop in five straight games.

I don't usually go for the 1.5 lines, because they're so juiced, but at -110 I find this to be incredible value.

The Sharks are allowing 34 shots per game in their past 10 road games, a number that jumps to 36.2 when looking at their last five.

They are also letting up the second-most shots to the center position since March 1, and you guessed it, that is where Johansen slots in.

NHL Tuesday bets: Six shot on goal props

  NHL Tuesday bets: Six shot on goal props We split our picks Monday and will look to get back in the green on what is a loaded night of hockey. With so many games, we'll be upping the volume a bit. I have six players I like to hit their Shots on Goal (SOG) props Tuesday night, so let's get to the spots.Valeri Nichushkin over 2.5 SOG (-125 DK)We start with Valeri Nichushkin, who has been steady with his shots for Colorado.In a big game, the Avs will visit the Penguins, and Pittsburgh is allowing 32.2 shots per game in their last 10 at home.Pittsburgh is a very viable target, with their shots allowed numbers increasing when looking at just their last five splits.

Love the matchup and recent production to need just two shots.

Best of luck Tuesday night! Let's cash some NHL bets and get this week moving in the right direction.

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