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NHL Playoff Preview: Second Round Team Preview – How Far Can Philly Go?

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Wednesday, 25 April 2012 08:03

NHL Playoffs PicksThe sports betting online experts are not really coming out and saying what happened to the Pittsburgh Penguins in the first round of the playoffs against the Philadelphia Flyers. As bad as the Philadelphia goaltending was in that series, the Pittsburgh goaltending was much worse. This is the second year in a row that Marc-Andre Fleury has disappointed Pittsburgh fans with his playoff performance. Now the Penguins have all summer to consider its next move.

The Philadelphia Flyers were a great story in the first round of the playoffs, but the online betting sites are wondering just how far the Flyers can really go in the playoffs. There are elements of the Philadelphia game that are solid, and then there are things about the Philadelphia game that will not serve the team well in the second round. The Flyers have a grudge against the Boston Bruins and the Pittsburgh Penguins. If Boston gets eliminated, then the Philadelphia Flyers will have no emotional inspiration left to use.

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Brawled Filled Playoffs Have Fans Media Craving Different Results

Written by Matt Stevens   
Monday, 16 April 2012 22:04

Hockey OddsOver the past week, the NHL has gone from the coolest game on earth, to a scene from A Clockwork Orange. The chaos in five of the eight-playoff series to open round one of the Bovada playoffs, has fans and medias on opposite sides of the fighting in hockey debate. Where the media looks to outlaw fighting, the fans are hoping this current brawl filled round, is only a sign of things to come. Today we wonder, if the NHL Disciplinary Panel increased the odds of bloodshed due to a double standard to begin the playoffs a week ago?

For all intents and purposes, the NHL is not a violent league. Despite what we have seen from five of the eight series this past week, and in particular over the last 48 hours, fighting has actually diminished statistically from this year, compared to previous seasons. But if this is truly the case, why are bookie software agents setting the lines for fights per game? Essentially, to open up the playoffs last Wednesday, Shea Weber of the Nashville Predators in the heat of the moment slammed Henrik Zetterberg’s face into the boards in a move similar to a head bash in professional wrestling.

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NHL Playoff Preview: Eastern Conference Quarterfinals Game 2 – Ottawa Senators @ New York Rangers

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Wednesday, 11 April 2012 07:39

NHL Playoff bettingOnline Sportsbook Overview
In the minds of many sports betting online experts, the Stanley Cup is all but ready to be displayed at Madison Square Garden this year. The Rangers have it all when it comes to championship components. It has great goaltending from Henrik Lundqvist, balanced scoring and a tenacious defense. The Rangers also have fate on its side. The last time that the New York Rangers finished first in the Eastern Conference was in the 1993-1994 season. That also happened to be the year that captain Mark Messier lead the Rangers to its last Stanley Cup championship.

The Ottawa Senators have had a checkered playoff past since the team was resurrected for the 1992-1993 season. The Senators franchise knows what it is like to finish first in the Eastern Conference, and many of the current Senators’ players were on that team which last won the conference in 2005-2006. The Senators have also played the role of the eighth seed that went in and took a series from the top team in the Eastern Conference. But most topbetting lines sports experts do not see any of those winning qualities in this version of the Ottawa Senators.

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Will The Stanley Cup Champion Come Out Of Pennsylvania?

Written by Michel Gordon   
Wednesday, 04 April 2012 07:48

Hockey betting oddsOver the last five years, fans betting on baseball and the NHL have seen the battle of Pennsylvania upgrade its intensity on the ice. While the Philadelphia Phillies and Pittsburgh Pirates are never mentioned in the same conversation, you can’t help but compare the Flyers and Penguins. With good reason too, as the league’s two Pennsylvania franchises have made it to the Stanley Cup Finals in three of the past five seasons. Today, we will examine why the first round matchup between the two state rivals, could lead to the winner having the best betting odds at winning the Stanley Cup.

Ever since both Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin entered the NHL, it has been considered by the majority of our colleagues, as a right of passage for a team to defeat the Penguins. This season, that couldn’t be more the case for the new look Flyers, as after being embarrassed by the Boston Bruins in last year’s playoffs, the Flyers underwent a quick retool in the offseason. Gone are Mike Richards and Jeff Carter, and in are Brayden Schenn, Jaromir Jagr, and the emergence of Claude Giroux and Scott Hartnell.

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