Toronto Maple Leafs vs Vancouver Canucks Betting Preview

Published on November 2nd, 2013 4:30 pm EST
The surprising Toronto Maple Leafs will travel to Vancouver to do battle with the Canucks on this week's edition of Hockey Night in Canada.

Maple Leafs/Canucks games are always special, but this contest has a bit of extra drama as long-time Vancouver Canuck, Pavel Bure, will finally be getting his jersey number retired by the team. Bure, who is already in the Hockey Hall of Fame, was one of the most prolific scorers in the history of the NHL, notching 60 goals a number of times over the course of his career.


The Vancouver Canucks enter this game as a slight favourite - let's take a look at the money line:

Toronto Maple Leafs, 2.30
Vancouver Canucks, 1.67

The Maple Leafs enter this contest on a three game winning streak and currently sit in a tie for first place in the Eastern Conference. The Canucks, on the other hand, sit in fourth place in the Pacific Division, behind the Sharks, Ducks and Coyotes.

The Maple Leafs are 10-4-0, while the Canucks are 9-5-1.

The "puck line" looks like this:

Toronto Maple Leafs, +1.5, 1.42
Vancouver Canucks, -1.5, 3.00

The over/under:

Under 5.5 Goals, 1.83
Over 5.5 Goals, 2.00

Here are the draw no bet odds, which means that your wager would be returned if the game happened to go to overtime:

Vancouver Canucks, 1.57
Toronto Maple Leafs, 2.25


Who will win this contest between two of Canada's biggest teams?

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