If you followed yesterday, we ourselves were out of luck with multiple people getting lost on the way to a pretty bad night.

We stick to the process and hope that the data will lead to better results. For NHL Wednesday, we’ll turn our attention to some points props.

With only three games to go tonight, but we saw some generous teams allow goals while some attacks were buzzing, it was a perfect goal-scoring goal.

Mika Zibanejad and Nick Suzuki clear the level (+154 CZR)

Mika Zibanejad, who recently owned the Flyers, has a point in 10 of his past 12 meetings. The hit rate is impressive, and the total points are noteworthy, quite high. 24 points.

He had 24 points in his final 12 games against Philadelphia.

Considering it was already a good game for Rangers’ goals, I’m confident Zibenajad will start the game.

Then there’s Nick Suzuki. Montreal have averaged 3.6 goals per game in their last ten away games and have scored more recently as a team. Columbus has a serious problem with goals, with 4.1 goals per game at home in his last ten games.

Suzuki has seven points and 13 points in its last ten away games.

Andre Burakovsky and​​Chris Kreider clear the level (+176 CZR)

Let’s hold on to Rangers for a second, I’m doing a double-check with Chris Kreider’s point of view.

I am confident in New York’s goals for several reasons. First, the trends: The Rangers are averaging 3.4 goals per game in their last five road games, while Philadelphia is averaging 4.0 goals per game in their last five home games.

The Flyers are also back-to-back, in which case they average 3.77 goals per game.

Philadelphia was demolished last night to allow Washington to score nine goals and their goalie Carter Hart was forced off with an injury.

Martin Jones and his 3.49 GAA this year are expected to be in goal difference.

Creed has 12 points in his last 15 games and eight in his last five away games.

We’re part of Colorado’s explosive top line with Burakovsky. Los Angeles has conceded 3.0 goals per game in its last 10 road games, while the Avalanche have scored 3 or more goals in both games this season.

I love the chance that Burakovsky gets to skate with Nathan MacKinnon and Mikko Rantanen. He has six points in his last five games.

Good luck tonight! Let’s get back on track with NHL betting.