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Carolina Hurricanes vs. New York Islanders Online NHL Betting Odds

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Carolina Hurricanes vs. New York Islanders Betting Picks

This Friday’s online NHL betting postseason action promises to deliver some thrilling matchups. All in all the Carolina Hurricanes vs. New York Islanders contest should deliver some high quality entertainment. This is because both teams are coming off of jaw-dropping performances. The Islanders shocked the nation by sweeping the Guins in 4 games to secure their spot in the second round. The Hurricanes on the other hand, had to stretch their series against top-seeded Washington to get the upset. So will Carolina be able to upset another NHL betting titan? Let’s take a look at the sportsbook odds to find out.

Carolina Hurricanes vs. New York Islanders – Friday, April 26th     

When: 7:00 pm ET

Where: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York

TV: NBC

Stream: NBC Extra, NHL TV

Online NHL Betting Odds:

Team SP/RL TOTAL ML
Hurricanes +1½ (-235) 5½ (+120) +120
Islanders -1½ (+195) 5½ (-140) -140
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Carolina Hurricanes          

Jaccob Slavin - Carolina Hurricanes vs. New York IslandersThe Hurricanes delivered one of the craziest opening runs to the postseason we’ve seen. Despite the fact that Carolina dropped the first two games of the series on the road, they were able to keep things even by winning their two games at home. Afterwards, Carolina went 1-1 through games 5 and 6, picking up a home win and dropping yet another road loss to the Caps. Heading into Game 7, few online NHL betting sites thought Carolina could get the upset. After all, the team was winless on the road against Washington through that series. But in the end, it took Carolina a double overtime breathtaking performance to put the nail in Washington’s coffin. All things considered, it’s clear that the Hurricanes wanted it more than their favored counterparts. But will that be true on the ice this upcoming Friday night?

Players to Watch: Jaccob Slavin (0 G, 9 A, 9 PTS.), Jordan Staal (3 G, 3 A, 6 PTS.), and Dougie Hamilton (3 G, 3 A, 6 PTS.).

New York Islanders   

Jordan Eberle - Carolina Hurricanes vs. New York IslandersThe Islanders enter this contest with their heads held high after sweeping Pittsburgh in the opening round. Considering how difficult Carolina was to eliminate in their opening series, New York will undoubtedly want to take an early lead here. Fortunately for the club, they just happen to be 7-3 in their last 10 matchups against the Hurricanes. Additionally, Mew York posted a 26-13-4 record at home this season, so they know how to win here. Both teams are pretty banged up here however. At the present time the Hurricanes have 3 players listed as day-to-day while New York has two players listed as that as well. There’s no question that the Islanders strength lies in their defense as they let up fewer goals than any other club this season. Ultimately this should give them a sizable advantage over Carolina’s 16th rated offense.

Players to Watch: Jordan Eberle (4 G, 2 A, 6 PTS.), Matthew Barzal (0 G, 5 A, 5 PTS.), and Valtteri Filppula (0 G, 4 A, 4 PTS.).

Carolina Hurricanes vs. New York Islanders Betting Predictions

Trends

  • Carolina are 4-1 SU in their last 5 games against an opponent in the East conference
  • The TOTAL has gone OVER in 5 of Carolina’s last 6 games when playing on the road against NY Islanders.
  • Carolina is 42-27 ATS this season
  • The TOTAL has gone UNDER in 6 of NY Islanders’ last 7 games against an opponent in the East conference.
  • NY Islanders are 4-1 SU in their last 5 games at home.
  • NY Islanders are 23-20 ATS at home this season

Carolina Hurricanes vs. New York Islanders Betting Picks

So which side should legal betting fans take in this Carolina Hurricanes vs. New York Islanders matchup? All things considered, the Islanders are the way to go here. The Hurricanes had to give it their all to get this far so they should be pretty strung out. Sign up today to make your online betting prediction!

Score Prediction: 2-0 New York.