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Bet on the NHLWith Ilya Bryzgalov performing magnificently in goal, there is no doubt about the fact that the Flyers are on a good run. However, suffering from a chipped fracture, Bryzgalov is not going to play tonight against Toronto.

In this month, Flyers had won ten matches out of 13, which is quite a brilliant record. With Bryzgalov not able to play, Sergei Bobrovsky is going to get a chance. Coming to the head to head between Flyers and Toronto, Flyers has won last eight matches out of nine. They have won four matches on the bounce in the Air Canada Centre.

Talking about Toronto, since winning against Edmonton on Feb. 6, Toronto has been on a dismal run. They are out of the playoff contention and have nothing to play for. The forward of Toronto Phil Kessel said in media that team lacks self-belief and confidence is the buzzword at this point of time.

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With just two matches left for Toronto to improve their performance, they need to show some intent and play with confidence otherwise things can get even worse. Flyers are also going to miss the services of Kimmo Timonen, who is suffering from an upper-body injury.

Coming to the betting market at the sportsbook, Philadelphia is 2.16 to win at regular time match odds. If you think that Toronto is going to bounce back in this game, you can back them at 3.25. On the other hand, the tie is available at the odds of 4.1. In the money line market (inclusive OT), Flyers is available at odds of 1.72. In the same market, you can back Toronto at 2.36.

In the handicap market, you can back Toronto with a two goals start at the odds of 1.43. If you are of the opinion that Flyers is going to cover this line, you can back them at 3.05. Taking into account, head to head between two teams, Flyers is a good bet.


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