Boston Bruins vs. Colorado Avalanche Prediction, NHL Odds

Nik Kowalski | Updated Jan 25, 2022

The Colorado Avalanche offence is averaging an NHL-best 4.10 goals per game, which has led to a 16-game winning streak on home ice.

January 26, 2022, 10:00 PM ET
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Puckline +1.5 -146
Moneyline +167
Over / Under o +6.5


Betting Action


Puckline -1.5 +121
Moneyline -203
Over / Under u +6.5


Betting Action


The Colorado Avalanche have gone 13 games without a regulation loss, and that streak will get put to the test Wednesday night when the host the Boston Bruins, who are 10-3 in their last 13. The Avalanche have not lost a game to anyone but the Nashville Predators since December 4. This also includes a 10-game win streak at home. And now at 29-8-3, Colorado is atop the West, while Boston sits in the final wild-card playoff spot at 24-13-2.

Puck drop at Ball Arena goes at 10 p.m. EST. The Avalanche are -180 on the moneyline, while the over-under is set at six on the NHL odds.

Bruins vs. Avalanche NHL Betting Odds

Like most NHL teams, Colorado has been a handful for the Bruins as of late, with wins in seven of their last 10 versus Boston, while averaging 3.4 goals per outing.

It’s been a high scoring year for the Avalanche, as 13 of Colorado’s 21 home games have gone over and they are 25-11-4 to the over this season. Boston is 10-5-1 on the road in 2021–22, last playing on the road on January 10.

This is the first of two regular season bouts between these clubs — they meet again on February 21 in Boston.

Boston Bruins

Boston last took the ice on Monday, falling to Anaheim 5-3. The loss was Boston’s second of a seven-game homestand they just wrapped up. Tuukka Rask stopped 22 of 27 shots, bringing his save percentage to .844 and his goals against average to 4.28 in four starts this year.

On the plus side, David Pastrnak potted his team-leading 20th goal of the season and 12th in the month of January. Pastrnak’s 37 points this season ranks second on the Bruins, while Brad Marchand leads the team with 45.

Forward Nick Foligno exited the loss with an upper-body injury suffered during a fight, and will not travel with the Bruins on their upcoming road trip. Foligno has one goal in 26 games.

Colorado Avalanche

The scary thing about the Avalanche is while they lead the NHL in scoring, they’ve allowed just three total goals in their last four wins, and nine goals throughout their current seven-game win streak. Both goalies have gotten it done for the Avs during this run; Pavel Francouz has posted back-to-back shutouts in his last two starts, while Darcy Kuemper has averaged two goals-against per start in nine games this month. Combined, Francouz and Kuemper have a .916 save percentage and 25-6-1 record.

Nazem Kadri scored his 16th goal of the season in Colorado’s most recent outing, a 2-0 win versus Chicago. Kadri’s 52 points in 37 games leads the team.

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