Anaheim Ducks at LA Kings NHL Pro Hockey Betting Preview

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The late night NHL pro hockey game over national television on Saturday April 13th will be the Freeway Faceoff as they call it in Southern California as the Anaheim Ducks makes the short road trip to face the defending Stanley Cup Champion LA Kings. The Ducks and Kings will get things started from Staples Center in Los Angeles at 11PM Eastern Time and NHL Network will deliver the live national television coverage.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home standing LA Kings the -145 odds betting favorite with the take back on the road underdog Anaheim Ducks at +125 odds. The goal over under line is set at 5 goals with the over favored by -135 odds and the under 5 goals bringing back +115 odds on wagers. Those who bet the Puck Line with the LA Kings and lays the -1 ½ goals will get back +200 odds. Bettors who chose to take the +1 ½ goal head start with the Anaheim Ducks will lay -240 odds for their puck line wager.

The Anaheim Ducks sit atop the Pacific Division and have 59 points and are close to earning a playoff berth with just seven games remaining. The LA Kings have 50 points and sits in the fourth seed in the Western conference and has a seven point lead over the ninth seeded Dallas Stars, Phoenix Coyotes and Columbus Blue Jackets with seven games remaining. This is the fourth meeting of the shortened season between LA and Anaheim with each team winning on home ice with two games played at Anaheim and one in Los Angeles. Each game has been high scoring. The Kings and Ducks have gone over the total in five straight head to head meetings. Anaheim has won four of their past six games and looks to bounce back from a 4-1 home defeat on Wednesday to the Colorado Avalanche. The Kings broke a two game losing streak by earning the 3-2 shootout win against the Avalanche on Thursday night.

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