The NHL world is in full swing, and there’s plenty of news to keep up with. We’ve compiled the latest updates from around the league, including trade rumours, betting odds for upcoming games, and picks from experts in the field. Whether you’re looking for a tip on which team to bet or just want a recap of everything that went on over the past week in hockey, this article has covered you!

Trade rumours, possible signings and more

  • The latest NHL news from the last week
  • Rumours about trades, signings and more
  • The latest Vegas Golden Knights and expansion draft news
  • News about the NHL Awards, including who won each award. Player of the year was Pekka Rinne of the Nashville Predators, while team of the year went to the Washington Capitals for their Stanley Cup run this past season.
  • News on what happened at this year’s NHL Draft.

NHL betting tips for every game

  • Check the odds of the game. The odds of a game are a pretty good indicator of which team is expected to win.
  • Check the lineups of both teams. A good way to determine who will win is by checking who plays in key positions on each team and whether they’re injured or not. You can also check how many goals each player has scored in his career or how many points he’s had for this season. You can get verified hockey picks and analysis for best NHL predictions. Check for player availability and Injuries.
  • Other important criteria are team’s form, coaching, location and team’s schedule.
  • Look at their history together (if any). Suppose it’s been more than once that these two teams have played each other before. In that case, it’s worth checking their previous matches so you can see which team has had more success over time when they come up against one another again!

Top NHL picks for the season

The NHL season is upon us, so it’s time to look at the best bets for each team—looking to bet on hockey? There are plenty of ways to do it online and in Vegas, but we prefer using our comprehensive NHL betting tips guide. This section will help you find all the information about who we like this season. If you want more information on how to bet or what odds mean, head over here for those guides!

With that said, let’s jump right in to our picks for every team:

Making a bet on New York Rangers? Make sure to check out our latest odds before placing your wager. The latest New York Rangers vs Colorado Avalanche odds are in, with game time at 9 p.m. ET on Tuesday, January 28 at Madison Square Garden. New York is 25-20-4 overall and 12-10-1 at home, while Colorado is 20-18-6 overall and 8-12-3 on the road. 1.5 points favor Colorado in the latest Rangers vs. Avalanche odds from William Hill Sportsbook, and the over-under is set at 6. Before entering any Avalanche vs. Rangers picks, you’ll want to see the NHL predictions from the advanced computer model at SportsLine.

Listed below are the latest NHL news and betting odds. Please note that all NHL picks are subject to change (and more often than not, they do). 

The New York Rangers have fallen in love with their current group of forwards, and it has shown in the standings. The Blueshirts are currently 12-4-3 over their past 19 games, with a 9-3-0 record at home during that stretch. They’ve also won three straight games since defeating the Sharks 2-1 on Thursday night as -130 road favorites. It was an impressive win for New York, considering it was playing its 28th game of 2019 — but now they’re set up nicely heading into Tuesday’s clash against Colorado at Madison Square Garden (9 p.m., ET).

The Avalanche had no problem beating Detroit 4-2 on Friday night as +120 road underdogs because they could capitalize when given prime opportunities by goaltender Pavel Francouz (26 saves). However, we should expect something different from this Avalanche team when facing off against a Rangers squad that has scored three goals or more in each of its last seven games (7-1 SU 5/5 6/6 O 4/5). This could lead us down another path where Colorado will struggle defensively as it did during Saturday’s loss against Washington -125 home favourite 6:05 PM ET, which dropped them back into third place behind Calgary.


This article summarizes some of this week’s most important NHL news, including upcoming games and teams that might be signing or trading players.

The latest NHL news includes the Blue Jackets adding another win to their unbeaten streak and the Blackhawks struggling to win games in their home arena. The latest picks include Pittsburgh beating Nashville in overtime thanks to a goal by Phil Kessel. He was traded from Toronto earlier this year.

Stay tuned for more NHL news as the season continues!