NHL Regular Season Weekly Preview: Week 27

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The NHL returns for the final week of the regular season, and it feels bittersweet for so many different reasons.

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Teams have made it this far and there are very few open spots for the playoffs heading into the final few days.

Clinches and other factors that will see some teams rest or take time off will be a crucial thing to monitor in this last week, and without a doubt there will be some key players missing in action.

Having said that, there are still multiple teams wanting to put themselves into the last few spots of the conferences.

This season has proved that anyone can win on any given day, and there will be more opportunities for the underdog to come through in this last week.

There are so many great storylines to love about today’s modern-day NHL and there are so many dramatic moments that have made this season one to remember.

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Boston Bruins versus Montreal Canadiens - Thursday, April 13th

The Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens will face off against the red-hot Boston Bruins to end their season on Thursday.

The Bruins are in the midst of a historic run into the NHL playoffs, which includes the most regular season wins in Franchise and NHL history.

Their play stems from star attacker David Pastrnak, who has been a rock in every sense of the word when the going gets tough for the Bruins.

One of the best shot-getters in the league, the Bruins have formed a team that is capable of winning it all once again.

Boston sports believes in this team and they have shown how dominant they can be throughout this whole NHL regular season.

Boston doesn’t believe the job is finished, though, and will want to end their season on a high note versus the Montreal Canadiens.

The Canadiens will not be getting the benefit of the doubt anymore, as their season comes to a close with a brutal matchup versus the Bruins this Thursday.

There has been little to no resistance when it comes to this Montreal defence, and they have paid for it in dear fashion this season.

Looking towards 2024, they have a chance to rebuild and make some key signings, all of which the front office should consider in helping turn this franchise around.

Betting Prediction - Over on total goals scored 6.5, Bruins to win the match by -1.5.

Colorado Avalanche versus Nashville Predators - Friday, April 14th

Colorado and their defending champion jerseys are making a return to the Stanley Cup Playoffs and are one of the, if not the favourite to win it all in the Western Conference.

Both these teams are going to be gearing up for a possible playoff run with hopeful expectations, and the Avalanche might be heading into their second Championship season.

Nathan Mackinnon and Mikko Rantanen are two of the game’s very best, and they are in tip top form heading into the playoffs, a scary sight for the rest of the league.

Prediction - Avalanche -1.5 and over on total goals.