Stadium: United Center (Chicago)
Chicago and Toronto are off to a terrible start to the new season with just two wins between them. Who will improve their stats in a head-to-head game? We’ll pick a few options to bet on at once.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Chicago are falling apart
Before the start of the season, it looked like the Blackhawks were ready to fight for at least a playoff spot. Numerous youngsters were gaining experience, and Jonathan Toews returned to the bench. In reality, however, things have been much different so far, with Chicago coming off six losses in their opening six games. Only one point came in an overtime loss to the New Jersey Devils.
Another Blackhawks foe was Detroit. Jeremy Colliton’s team had little or nothing to show for their less-than-strength opponent, falling to 3-6.
Toronto are not much better
Unlike Chicago, Sheldon Keefe’s team has two wins. Over Montreal 2-1 in their first game of the day and 3-1 over Ottawa. On top of that, they’ve already lost five times. One is more beautiful than the other. Recently the Maple Leafs were defeated by a weakened Pittsburgh team 1-7 for the new season. And ahead of the game in Chicago, the Leafs swept the Carolinas 4-1 on their home ice. Toronto are in big trouble.
Expert Betting Tips
The Blackhawks won’t count on Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews, who are caught up in the covid protocol in the upcoming game. When else but now is Toronto going to win? Sheldon Keefe’s team has to break their losing streak against such a weakened opponent.
- W2 for 1.50;
- Handicap 2 (-1) for 1.92;
- Individual Total 2 Over 3.5 for 2.00.