No CodeNeeded

Blackhawks vs. Flyers Odds: Betting Data, Trends, Popular Picks for Saturday’s Game

Blackhawks vs. Flyers Odds: Betting Data, Trends, Popular Picks for Saturday’s Game article feature image

PHILADELPHIA, PA – NOVEMBER 09: Patrick Kane #88 of the Chicago Blackhawks looks to toss a puck to the fans during warmups prior to his game against the Philadelphia Flyers on November 9, 2017 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Len Redkoles/NHLI via Getty Images)

The Chicago Blackhawks and Philadelphia Flyers square off in a non-conference matchup Saturday for the first time since October 2019.

We've already seen some movement on the betting odds, so let's get into all that and more.

Blackhawks-Flyers Betting Odds

Blackhawks Odds+100
Flyers Odds-120
DateSaturday, March 5
Time3 p.m. ET

*Odds via BetMGM, updated at 10 a.m. ET

The biggest mover's actually been the total number of goals, shifting from 5.5 to 6 during the early cycle.

We've tracked a whopping 94% of the public betting tickets on the over, the most of any total on Saturday's 10-game board.

Our projections probably would have signed off on the over at 5.5, but not 6 — it's exactly where we peg Saturday's number.

The other hot bet, meanwhile, is the Blackhawks +1.5 in the neighborhood of -230.

Although that's relatively expensive, 88% of the public's already locked in on the road team +1.5. That's the second-most popular spread bet of the day.

The must-have app for bettors

The best betting scoreboard

Free picks from proven pros

Live win probabilities for your bets

Blackhawks & Flyers Betting Records

While they don't own the worst overall record in the league, the Flyers — who are 16-38 straight-up entering the weekend — have been the biggest flop in the betting market.

Anyone wagering $100 on Philadelphia every game this season would be down -$1,912 total, the worst clip in hockey.

The Hawks, meanwhile, haven't been that much better.

Chicago's burned $1,315 down the drain, alongside an ugly -24.5% ROI this season for $100 bettors.

The franchise has struggled mightily in the underdog role, too.

Since the start of the 2019-20 season, the Blackhawks are 36-58 overall in this spot, with a -9.5% ROI.

Anyone betting $100 on Chicago in every game it wasn't the favorite over that span would be down -$895 (you can find more stats like these using Bet Labs).

How would you rate this article?

This site contains commercial content. We may be compensated for the links provided on this page. The content on this page is for informational purposes only. Action Network makes no representation or warranty as to the accuracy of the information given or the outcome of any game or event.