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NHL 2012-2013 Preview: The Teams that are Prepared to Disappoint in 2012-2013

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Tuesday, 22 May 2012 09:14

NHL 2012-2013 PredictionsThe online sportsbooks have developed the habit of predicting winners and losers for the upcoming NHL season. The winners are the teams that fill their fans with hope and reach for that elusive Stanley Cup championship. The losers are the teams that have high expectations but will never live up to those expectations during the course of the season. The legal online sports betting sites are gearing up already for the 2012-2013 NHL season, and some of the fans in the league are not going to be happy when the season is over.

Vancouver Canucks
It is about time that the fans in Vancouver accept the fact that its team is built for regular season success but not to win it all in the playoffs. General manager Mike Gillis can try to pass off President's Trophies and Stanley Cup Finals failures as signs of encouragement and success, but they are really just signs that the Canucks have peaked and changes need to be made. Goalie Roberto Luongo has proven to be an unstable disappointment that was relieved of his starting duties during the playoffs. The run in Vancouver is over, but the Canucks management is still going to try and forge ahead with the same team in 2012-2013.

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NHL 2012 Playoffs Preview: Coyotes and Kings Keep Battling in Game 4

Written by Michael Gordon   
Tuesday, 15 May 2012 10:51

 Phoenix Coyotes vs. Los Angeles Kings  PicksSports Betting Overview
When the Los Angeles Kings won game one of the Western Conference Finals in Phoenix by a score of 4-2, a lot of people started to think that this series would be over quickly. But the online betting sites are not convinced that the Phoenix Coyotes are going to go down without a fight. When you look at how the playoffs have gone for the Coyotes and the Kings so far, then you start to realize that four goals in one game is a lot. The Kings are not going to be able to keep up that kind of pace as Phoenix goaltender Mike Smith will eventually get comfortable in this series and get back to his All-Star form. But the more this series goes on, the better the Kings will get as well.

Los Angeles goaltender Jonathan Quick is finally getting the attention he deserves as he has been the best kept secret in the NHL for years. But if Quick wants to be a Stanley Cup champion, then he is going to need to maintain his current play for the remainder of the playoffs.

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NHL Playoff Preview: Your Underdog Pick for the NHL Stanley Cup Championship

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Tuesday, 08 May 2012 07:55

NHL Stanley Cup OddsThe online sportsbooks review love underdogs because the underdogs always pay more when they come through. The ultimate underdog bet for these Stanley Cup playoffs prior to the playoffs starting would have been the Los Angeles Kings. The eighth seed in the Western Conference is now headed for the Western Conference finals and a possible berth in the Stanley Cup finals. The Kings look strong and look like they could be a contender for the Cup championship.

But the sports betting experts no longer have the Kings as an underdog pick in the Stanley Cup finals. Because of the Kings' play in the first two rounds of the playoffs, Los Angeles has become the favorite to win the Western Conference and represent the conference in the Stanley Cup finals. That means that everyone needs a new underdog. At this point in the playoffs, it can be hard to find an underdog team that can win it all. But there is one bet you can make which may pay off when the Stanley Cup is being handed out.

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NHL Playoff Preview: How Good is the Los Angeles Kings?

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Tuesday, 01 May 2012 09:48

Hockey Betting PlayoffsSports Betting Overview
When the Los Angeles Kings faced off in its quarterfinal series against the Vancouver Canucks, there were many experts who felt that the Kings had an excellent chance at beating the Canucks. The Kings had better goaltending and a stronger defense than Vancouver, but the Kings lacked the scoring punch to be intimidating against a high-scoring team like the Canucks. But still, the online betting sites were not completely surprised when the Kings bounced the Canucks in the first round, especially when Vancouver made a change at goaltender after the first two games of the series. There was no consistency in the Canucks' game, and the Los Angeles Kings took advantage of that.

St. Louis Blues goalie Jaroslav Halak was injured in the team's quarterfinal series and left the goaltending work to alternate starter Brian Elliott. For most teams, this would be a problem. But for the Blues, it was an easy transition. The price per head bookie experts were expecting a St. Louis win over the San Jose Sharks in the quarterfinal round of the Western Conference playoffs, but to do it in five games was making quite a statement. The Sharks were not ready for the playoffs, and it was obvious.

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