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NHL Betting News

Hockey Betting: Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Ottawa Senators

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Monday, 18 February 2013 20:36

Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Ottawa Senators BettingThe online sports books know how intense the rivalry is between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Ottawa Senators. Both teams play in the province of Ontario and they just don’t like each other. In the past, the fact that both teams were in the Northeast Division did not mean a whole lot because it was rare that both teams were competitive in the same season. This season is one of those rare seasons where both teams are battling for a playoff spot and there is a lot more to play for than just provincial pride.

Both teams are getting surprisingly good seasons out of their respective goaltenders. The betting sites have seen the progression of Toronto goalie James Reimer, but it looked like Reimer feel out of his groove last season. Persistent injuries worked to undermine Reimer’s performance last season, but he is back on top of his game this year. The Senators had hoped that Craig Anderson would reach his potential in an Ottawa jersey, and it looks like Anderson is ready to backstop another successful season for Ottawa. Both of these teams play gritty games, which means that this game should be interesting to watch.

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How The Stanley Cup Affects The Potential Lockout

Written by Michael Gordon   
Monday, 11 June 2012 22:25

Stanley Cup Finals NewsThe Stanley Cup Finals have a direct sports betting impact on a potential lockout this offseason. With game six set for tonight, the 2012 Stanley Cup final is a complete 180 from the 2011 Finals. That is to say, last year, two of the biggest markets collided when Boston and Vancouver went to a thrilling seven game final. But this season, two of the smallest markets in Los Angeles and New Jersey are showing that there is more parity in the league then some might believe.

Despite entering the playoffs as an eighth seed, the LA Kings appeared to be an indestructible force, through the first 17 games of the playoffs. Up until the past two games, in which New Jersey won two to one in each contest, the Kings were the poster boys for everything positive about the NHL. It wasn’t like the old days, where betting online users could watch a free agent filled team go on a run. Instead, both the Kings and Devils have seemingly grown through the draft and trade market in order to reach their current levels of success.

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NHL Preview: The 2012 NHL MVP

Written by Matt Stevens   
Wednesday, 06 June 2012 06:03

2012 NHL Finals BettingOn June 20, the NHL will start handing out hardware to the players, coaches and executives that deserve individual recognition. The online sportsbooks love to follow the NHL awards and see how winning an award may affect a player or coach's performance in the following season.

The NHL awards show is always a star-studded event, but it is also significant in helping some players rise to the top of the NHL ranks and establish their dominance. As the best sports betting sites start to consider the favorites in all of the NHL awards categories, the biggest award still remains the league MVP award. Let's see who some of the favorites are to win this year's Hart Trophy and establish themselves as part of an elite group of NHL players.

Henrik Lundqvist – New York Rangers

Goalies cannot be on-ice captains for their teams and it is extremely difficult for a goalie to win the Hart Trophy. The last goalie to dominate the league MVP voting was Dominik Hasek of the Buffalo Sabres.

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NHL Playoff Preview: Are the Kings Really NHL Royalty?

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Tuesday, 29 May 2012 07:25

2012 Stanley Cup OddsThe sports betting experts had been writing off the Los Angeles Kings for the last few years because, no matter who the Kings put in the lineup with Anze Kopitar, the team could not score goals. Even the rise of goaltender Jonathan Quick did not do enough for people to take note of what was going on in Los Angeles. It is odd that a city like Los Angeles can be the place where stars are made in every medium except ice hockey. Now the legal online sports betting sites have taken notice of the Kings and have given Los Angeles an excellent chance to win the Stanley Cup. But are the Kings really ready to be NHL royalty?

On paper, the Los Angeles Kings should have a very potent offense. With players such as Jeff Carter, Mark Richards, Brad Richardson, Dustin Brown and Anze Kopitar, it is amazing that the Kings do not score four and five goals a game every single game. But the game is not played on paper, and the Kings struggled all season long.

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