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NHL Game Preview: Buffalo Sabres vs. New York Islanders

Written by Michael Gordon   
Tuesday, 31 January 2012 08:25

Buffalo Sabres vs. New York Islanders PicksBetting Sites Overview
There is a three-way tie for worst team in the Eastern Conference of the NHL that includes the Buffalo Sabres, Carolina Hurricanes and New York Islanders. The team that should be most likely to pull out of the basement is the Carolina Hurricanes, so long as Carolina learns how to play defense. But the Buffalo Sabres and New York Islanders have a lot of things that need to be fixed before either team can move forward. The Islanders and Sabres are very similar teams in that a lot of money was spent to put these teams together but both teams are severe underachievers. The sports fans in New York are paying a lot more attention to the Superbowl betting than they are either of these two hockey teams.

The Islanders signed goaltender Rick DiPietro to one of the longest and most lucrative contracts in NHL history, and DiPietro has spent most of his time since signing that contract injured or benched.

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NHL Game Preview for Saturday December 3, 2011: Chicago Blackhawks vs. St. Louis Blues

Written by Gaby Varji   
Thursday, 01 December 2011 07:06

Chicago Blackhawks vs. St. Louis Blues LinesOnline Betting Overview
St. Louis head coach Ken Hitchcock had been away from the NHL for a little while before taking the St. Louis job 10 games ago. In that time, he lost some weight and sharpened his coaching skills. The Blues are 7-1-2 in the last 10 games including a four-game winning streak. Whatever Hitchcock worked on in his time off, it took immediate effect on his new team. The Blues skate harder and play to the whistle now. There is enthusiasm in St. Louis and that is a problem for other Western Conference teams such as the Chicago Blackhawks. The Blues have begun a steady climb up the standings since Hitchcock arrived and are trying to muscle in on Chicago’s spot at the top of the Central Division.

The price per head fans in Chicago have to be pleased with the way that the Blackhawks have performed this season. Last season, it looked like the Blackhawks were the victims of the Stanley Cup hangover.

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NHL Game for Saturday November 19, 2011: New Jersey Devils vs. Tampa Bay Lightning

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Wednesday, 16 November 2011 20:32

2011 New Jersey Devils vs. Tampa Bay Lightning LinesOnline Betting Overview
All eyes in the NHL will be on Tampa Bay this Saturday as the New Jersey Devils take on the Tampa Bay Rays. One of the reasons why all eyes will be on this game is because the Devils are in a position to fight for a playoff spot as it is only two points out of playoff contention. This is a significant improvement over last season where the Devils had done so much damage to their season that by Christmas, the team had put itself completely out of playoff contention. Even with one of the best second half of the season records in NHL history last season, the Devils still missed the playoffs because of the start it had.

The other price per head reason that all NHL eyes will be on this game is because both of these teams are known for playing the 1-3-1 style, also known as the trap. It is a system where one forward forechecks, three players line up at the center ice red line and the fifth player monitors the defensive end of the ice. Many players and coaches think the 1-3-1 is killing hockey.

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What The Heck Has Happened To The Chicago Blackhawks?

Written by OGB   
Wednesday, 09 November 2011 21:58

2011 Chicago Blackhawks OddsOne of the most storied franchises in the NHL’s illustrious sports betting history, the Chicago Blackhawks appear to still be feeling the effects of the Stanley Cup hangover, two seasons after breaking a near half-century curse. Currently owning the price per head worst power play in the league, the Blackhawks are making the so called ‘experts’ scratch their heads. On paper, this is a team that despite trading away many pieces of their lone championship squad should still be running the table in the Western Conference. Today for your bookie software pleasure, we’ll try to figure out why the Hawks are struggling.

Earlier this week, Chicago rival St. Louis hit the panic button on their season, by firing Head Coach Davis Payne and replacing him with former Stanley Cup winning coach Ken Hitchcock. The main reason the Blues evicted Payne, was because their special teams in particular their power play was a pain in the team’s success. Now, St. Louis is a team with the 29th power play, and Chicago owns the 30th ranked power play. Suggesting, if the Blackhawks continue to struggle, could we see Joel Quenneville get the axe soon too?

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