Panthers vs. Lightning NHL Odds, Predictions: Algorithm Picks for Game 4 (Monday, May 23)
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Florida Panthers vs. Tampa Bay Lightning Odds
|Date||Monday, May 23|
|Time||7 p.m. ET|
*Odds are according to FanDuel and are current as of Monday afternoon
Our NHL betting models have returned about 14% of value on investment since the second round started, and the algorithms have a play for tonight’s contest between the Panthers vs. Lightning.
Action Network’s algorithms administer value based on a variety of different proprietary factors. The models are targeting every aspect for tonight’s Game 4 — the total, moneyline and puck line.
A $100 bettor would have netted about $67 since the beginning of the conference semifinals for an ROI of 13.7%.
This is the only NHL game tonight with a betting model edge above a B grade.
For reference, we recommend an algorithm edge of at least a B in order to tail our picks.
Our models are player-level, so they factor in all of the injuries and COVID-related absences that have made handicapping NHL games so fickle this season.
Read further to see what the pick is and the theory behind our betting models.