The Senators and Rangers have played twice this season, and both games stayed under. Jaroslav Halak kept the Sens to just a single goal in Ottawa. He should limit them tonight, as the Sens only score an average of 2.71 on the road. Cam Talbot started both of these against the Rangers this season, only allowing two and three goals. I'd grade this play as more of a lean with Patrick Kane making his debut for the Rangers, but they're still on the second leg of a back to back. I'll take my chances tonight considering six or fewer goals have been scored in six straight and 10 of the last 11 games between these two teams. Consider a small play on the under.
Second of a back-to-back for the Blueshirts and Ottawa is solid, but we have to back New York at home as it should be electric at the Garden with Patrick Kane's New York debut. Originally thought he would debut Wednesday in Philly, and thankfully the Rangers rallied for an OT win without him as we backed them there as well (a rare positive NHL break in my direction of late). Ottawa is playing a third game in four nights.