Hurricanes vs. Jets Pick – NHL Predictions & Odds 3/14/23

Winnipeg Jets (38-26-3) vs. Carolina Hurricanes (43-14-8)
March 14, 2023 7:00 pm EDT
The Line: Carolina Hurricanes -220 / Winnipeg Jets +180; Over/Under: +6.5
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The Winnipeg Jets and the Carolina Hurricanes meet in NHL action from the PNC Arena on Tuesday night. Let’s dive into the odds, injuries, matchup history and make a prediction for this game.


Carolina is listed as a -220 home favorite and Winnipeg is a +180 road underdog. The total for this game is set at 5.5 goals.


For Winnipeg, Josh Morrissey, Kyle Capoblanco and Pierre-Luc Dubois are all questionable for this game. For Carolina, Andrei Svechnikov is out indefinitely while Antti Raanta is questionable and Ondrej Kase and Jalen Chatfield are also out as well.

Matchup History

Winnipeg’s 4-3 OT win back on November 21st, 2022, snapped Carolina’s four-game head-to-head win streak in this matchup.


Winnipeg is 3-7 in their last 10 games overall and 10-27 in their last 37 games against the Metropolitan division while the under is 21-8 in their last 29 road games. Carolina is 48-18 in their last 66 home games and 35-17 in their last 52 games overall while the under is 6-0-1 in their last 7 home games.


I’m backing Winnipeg here. It’s not a game I’m necessarily rushing to bet, but the Hurricanes haven’t looked good lately and have been shut out in back-to-back games. Winnipeg hasn’t been great themselves, but they’ve been decent on the road and the value to fade Carolina until they figure their stuff out is too good to pass on. Give me the Jets and the plus money here.

Chris Ruffolo's Free Pick: Winnipeg +180

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Chris Ruffolo

Chris joined the Sports Chat Place team in August 2016 and has a proven system that combines multiple analytical and situational statistics and trends to give out thousands of winning picks over the last three years with winning records across all of the top leagues, Follow Chris Ruffolo on Twitter @ruffthepickdawg

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