When it comes to regularly putting up points, there is no doubting Mitch Marner’s consistency.
The Toronto Maple Leafs forward, who leads the team with 27 points, has landed on the scoresheet in each of the past 16 games. But during that span, he only has six multi-point games.
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In fact, he’s yet to have a three-point game this season.
That makes betting line heading into Monday night’s game against the Detroit Red Wings a difficult one to handicap.
Draft Kings has Marner as a +130 favourite to record two points, a feat he accomplished in Saturday night’s 4-1 win against the Pittsburgh Penguins. However, he went the three games prior with just one measly point.
Further complicating matters is that Detroit is coming off a four-game winning streak, where the Red Wings have allowed seven goals.
— Michael Traikos, Postmedia
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