Anaheim Ducks vs. Ottawa Senators Prediction, NHL Odds

Liam Gilks | Updated Jan 28, 2022

John Gibson, Ducks

The Anaheim Ducks enter the nation's capital on Saturday afternoon for a matinee matchup with the Senators.

Anaheim
31-37-9-5
AT
January 29, 2022, 12:30 PM ET
Canadian Tire Centre
Ottawa
33-42-5-2
Puckline -1.5 +190
Moneyline -160
Over / Under o +5.5

71%

Betting Action

29%

Puckline +1.5 -228
Moneyline +133
Over / Under u +5.5

71%

Betting Action

29%

The Senators are riding a four-game point streak where they have gone 2-0-2.

Ducks Rookie Trevor Zegras put on a show Thursday night in Montreal, scoring a goal of the year candidate then adding another.

Anaheim is a slight -112 favourite to win on the NHL odds with a total of 5.5.

Ducks vs. Senators NHL Betting Odds

This will be the second and final game of the Ottawa and Anaheim season series, with the Ducks taking a 4-0 win at home over the Senators on November 26th. Ducks goalie Anthony Stolarz stopped all 34 shots he faced while Rickard Rackell and Trevor Zegras each had two points in the victory.

Looking back to their past eight meetings, they played the Under in seven of them, with an even split in wins.

The Ducks have scored 18 goals in their past four games, playing the Over in three and bumping their O/U record to 22-23. Through 46 games they have covered the spread 30 times, more than any other team in the league.

Ottawa has put together an impressive stretch of hockey, helping them cover the spread in each of their past four games. They are now 20-17 ATS on the year.

Anaheim Ducks

The Ducks outscored the Canadiens 5-4 Thursday night, for their third win in their last four games. Rookie Trevor Zegras scored two and Troy Terry (1G, 2A) had a three point night leading the way offensively. Terry is leading the team with 40 points through 41 games and has been selected to partake in his first NHL All-Star game.

John Gibson will likely get his net back tonight after backup Anthony Stolarz got the win in Montreal.

The Ducks will make one last stop in Detroit on Monday before an 11 day All-Star break.

Ottawa Senators

The Senators could not get a goal in the shootout as they fell 3-2 to the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday night, snapping a two-game win streak. Nick Paul and Alex Formenton were the Sens’ goal scorers. Formenton has been the hot stick, picking up a point in each of his last five.

Ottawa is now without two of their top three scorers due to injuries, losing Drake Batherson and Josh Norris one after the other.

The Senators will wrap up their four-game home stand Monday when the Edmonton Oilers come to town.

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