Flames among betting favourites on Tuesday NHL odds

Dallas Stars' Ryan Suter, right, battles with Calgary Flames' Andrew Mangiapane during third period NHL hockey action in Calgary, Thursday, Nov. 4, 2021. (Larry MacDougal/CP)

The Calgary Flames have lost four straight games against the Dallas Stars dating back to the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs. The Flames will be looking to put an end to that series skid on Tuesday night when they take on the Stars in Dallas at -120 on the NHL odds at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com.

The Flames are coming off a 1-0 win over the Vancouver Canucks as -200 home favourites at betting sites on Saturday, with Jacob Markstrom making 15 saves for the shutout. Johnny Gaudreau scored Calgary’s lone goal in the narrow victory, which pushed Calgary’s record to 3-1 in its last four outings.

The Stars have been on a roll lately as well, picking up the victory in five of their last six outings including a 6-1 home win over the Boston Bruins on Sunday night as +115 underdogs. Dallas also topped Calgary 4-3 as a +130 road underdog in the first meeting of the season between the teams back on Nov. 4. Overall the Flames are just 4-6 in their last 10 games against the Stars, with the OVER/UNDER going 5-4-1 in those 10 contests.

The Canucks are also in action on Tuesday night as they face the Predators in Nashville as +170 underdogs, while the Winnipeg Jets sit at -145 on the NHL moneyline for Tuesday night as they play on the road against the Philadelphia Flyers.

The Jets put an end to their six-game losing streak on Saturday with a 4-1 win at St. Louis as +170 underdogs, and they’ll be facing a Flyers team that put an end to an ugly 13-game skid on Saturday with a 4-3 overtime win at home over the Los Angeles Kings as +150 underdogs. Winnipeg is 4-6 in its last 10 games against Philadelphia according to the OddsShark NHL Database, with the OVER paying off just three times at sportsbooks over that span.

Also on tap on the 11-game NHL schedule for Tuesday night, the Toronto Maple Leafs are -200 road favourites at the New Jersey Devils as they finish off a back-to-back, while the Ottawa Senators are +220 road underdogs at the New York Islanders. The Senators lost 5-3 at home to the Islanders in their first meeting of the season on Dec. 7, and overall Ottawa is just 2-8 in the last 10 games between the teams dating back to November 2017.

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