2024 NHL Predictions: Flyers vs Blackhawks Odds, Line, Score for Feb 21 from Expert Computer Model

The Philadelphia Flyers, currently third in the Metropolitan Division, aim to end their three-game road trip on a high note against the struggling Chicago Blackhawks, the NHL’s worst team, with the Flyers favored to win in the upcoming match according to SportsLine’s model.

The Philadelphia Flyers are gearing up to conclude their three-game road stint. They’re heading to face the Chicago Blackhawks this Wednesday. Interestingly, the Blackhawks are currently the NHL’s bottom dwellers. Philly kicked off their journey last Thursday, but it wasn’t smooth sailing. They faced a tough overtime loss against Toronto. Following that, they stumbled in a 6-3 defeat to New Jersey. That game? It was part of the 2024 NHL Stadium Series, hosted at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ.

Chicago’s story isn’t too bright either. With a record of 15-38-3, they’re languishing at the bottom. Their recent form? Let’s just say it’s been rough. They’ve lost nine out of their last ten games. Their latest setback was a 6-3 loss to Carolina, just this Monday.

The puck drops at 7:30 p.m. ET at the United Center. The odds? They’re leaning heavily towards Philadelphia. They’re the -194 favorite, meaning you’d need to risk $194 to win a mere $100. And for those interested in the total goals? The over/under is set at 5.5.

Before you place any bets on the Blackhawks vs. Flyers game, there’s something you should check out. The NHL predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model. This model? It’s no joke. It simulates every NHL game 10,000 times. It considers a whole bunch of factors like current form, matchups, injuries, and trends.

As of now, the model has crunched the numbers for the Flyers vs. Blackhawks game. It’s made its picks. Curious? You can find them over at SportsLine. And just so you know, here are the odds and trends for this matchup:

– Flyers vs. Blackhawks money line: Philadelphia -194, Chicago +161
– Over/under: 5.5 goals
– Puck line: Philadelphia -1.5 (+130)

Some quick stats for you:
– PHI: They’ve been on a roll, scoring at least three goals in their last five games.
– CHI: Well, they’ve managed three or more goals in just four of their last 16.

Wondering who to back? The picks are waiting for you at SportsLine.

**Why you should back the Flyers**

The Flyers are hungry. They’re eyeing an end to their three-year playoff drought. Currently sitting third in the Metropolitan Division, they’re five points clear of New Jersey. Leading their charge is Travis Konecny. With 26 goals and 53 points, he’s on fire. Plus, he’s on a six-game point streak. Owen Tippett? He’s also shining, having hit the 20-goal mark for the second consecutive season.

**Why you should back the Blackhawks**

Despite their struggles, Chicago has some bright spots. Connor Bedard, only 18, is leading with 17 goals and 39 points. And he’s just returned from a broken jaw. Jason Dickinson and Philipp Kurashev are also having standout seasons. Nick Foligno, a veteran presence, has been making his mark on the scoresheet too.

**Making Flyers vs. Blackhawks Picks**

SportsLine’s model is hinting at a preference for the Under on total goals, predicting a combined 5.1. It also suggests one side of the money line holds significant value. But, you’ll only find out which side that is at SportsLine.

So, who’s going to come out on top in the Flyers vs. Blackhawks game? And which side of the money line is worth your bet? Head over to SportsLine now to see the picks from a model that’s simulated this matchup 10,000 times.

Alex Thompson
Alex Thompson
Alex Thompson is a Senior Writer for HockeyMonitor. With a background in Sports Media, Alex joined the team in 2022. He focuses on providing the latest hockey news, game scores, and fresh NHL trade rumors.

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