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After playing a pair in the Steel City last week, the Pittsburgh Penguins travel to Manhattan to battle the New York Rangers on Saturday evening.

Let’s take a look at this Eastern Division tilt in our Penguins vs. Rangers betting preview with odds, picks and predictions for this January 30, 2021 matchup.

Penguins vs. Rangers Betting Pick

The New York Rangers snapped their four-game losing streak on Thursday night with a 3-2 overtime victory at Buffalo. No. 1 overall draft pick Alexis Lafreniere scored his first career goal to win it for the Rangers in the extra frame.

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Sniper Artemi Panarin also scored a goal and added an assist in the victory. The Penguins head into town off a 4-1 loss at Boston. The Pens could only muster 17 shots in that contest with the lone goal coming midway in the first period on a seeing-eye shot from the point by defenseman Cody Ceci.

Tristan Jarry made 16 saves, but allowed a couple of soft goals in the losing effort, bringing his record this season to 2-3-1.

Penguins vs. Rangers Odds

Here are the lines for Penguins vs. Rangers at DraftKings Sportsbook.

Spread: Rangers (-1.5 +235); Penguins (+1.5 -295)
Moneyline: Rangers (-108); Penguins (-108)
Over/Under: Over 6 (-117)/Under 6 (-105)

Bets We Like With an Penguins Win

Rangers Team Total UNDER 3 Goals (-114, DraftKings)

This Pittsburgh defense has been nothing short of brutal over its first eight games. The Penguins rank third in the league in high-danger goals allowed with 16, and have the eighth-worst penalty-killing unit in the league at 73%. In order for the Pens to win this game, they will have to slow down a Rangers offense that is due to heat up after their slow start to the season.

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Bets We Like With a Rangers Win

Pavel Buchnevich to Score a Goal Anytime (+235, DraftKings)

The 25-year old winger is second on the club with six points (two goals and four assists) in seven games played. Buchnevich has three goals and three assists in 13 career games versus Pittsburgh. At +235 to find the back of the net in this contest, he offers some solid wagering value.

Bets We Like Independent of the Outcome

Game to end in a Tie After Regulation (+310 at DraftKings)

NOTE: This play is listed under different names depending on your pportsbook of choice. Some call this a 60-minute line, others a three-way line or regulation rine.

Three of the last four contests between these clubs have gone past regulation, and the Rangers are coming off of an overtime win against Buffalo. Both of these teams seem to be evenly matched and I would take a shot here with this contest being tied after 60 minutes of play.

Penguins vs. Rangers Prediction

New York has the edge on defense in this matchup, as the Penguins continue to struggle with their rotation of blue-liners and spotty goaltending. They remember the Penguins getting lucky bounces in their previous two meetings. I like the Rangers to get revenge in a 4-3 overtime victory.

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Alex B. Smith has been a Sports Handicapper since 2011. Emerging as one of the top up-and-coming Handicappers in the business, Smith has been heavily featured in Print and Radio Media over the years, Doing various interviews with WagerTalk on SB Nation Radio, PreGame.com, SportsXRadio on the Yahoo Sports Radio Network and on ESPN 1100 Radio in Las Vegas, Nevada, KDWN 720 in Las Vegas, Nevada, 93.7 The Ticket FM in Lincoln, Nebraska along with interviews & articles published in the Las Vegas Review-Journal newspaper. In addition to currently co-hosting "The Box Seats" with Bob Sullivan on Tuesday nights on LateNightSportsRadio.com, Alex has also previously done some freelance writing with Bleacher Report during a brief stint as a Cutman's Assistant in Boxing.