Canadiens vs. Bruins: Five things you should know

Canadiens vs. Bruins: Five things you should know
Canadiens vs. Bruins: Five things you should know
Montreal Canadiens will be looking to win three games in a row for the first time since early December when they host the Boston Bruins on Saturday as +115 underdogs on the NHL odds at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com.

On Sunday, the Calgary Flames vie for a seventh straight win as they close out a four-game road trip in Carolina, while the Canucks look to record consecutive wins for the first time since early December as they host the Wild.

Canadiens vs. Bruins: Five things you should know
Canadiens vs. Bruins: Five things you should know

New York Rangers as -198 chalk last Sunday, improving its NHL-best home record to a stunning 18-2-1.

Later on Saturday night, the Edmonton Oilers hit the ice for their first-ever road date with the Western Conference-leading Vegas Golden Knights.

Canadiens vs. Bruins: Five things you should know
Canadiens vs. Bruins: Five things you should know
While the Canadiens attempt to avoid missing the post-season for the second time in three years, Boston returns from its bye week as the hottest team in the NHL. Since opening the campaign with just six wins in their first 17 outings, the Bruins are a sparkling 17-3-3 in their past 23. Boston’s recent success is finally getting reflected on the Stanley Cup odds, where they have rocketed to a respectable +1800 after lagging at +4000 at Christmas.

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