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NHL Power Ranking Offer Same Old Same Old Feel

Written by Michael Gordon   
Thursday, 03 November 2011 09:34

NHL Power Ranking October brought many surprises for Breeders Cup betting enthusiasts gambling on hockey in North America. For example, two of the most prolific teams in the NHL, whom have struggled over the last three seasons, the Toronto Maple Leafs and Edmonton Oilers, started off the season, atop the power rankings. Both Canadian clubs jumped out to fast starts, before slowly losing momentum as the price per head month came to a close. With November arriving yesterday, it is time to look at the updated power rankings.

As we open up November, the NHL power rankings are offering bettors the same old feel of the last few years. That is to say, the teams that built through the draft either before or at the start of the lockout eight years ago remain on top, while teams that didn’t remain in the middle of the pack and the basement. Today’s bookie software power rankings should come as no surprise to any diehard hockey handicappers.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 November 2011 21:55
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First Quarter NHL All Stars

Written by OGB   
Thursday, 27 October 2011 06:04

2011 NHL All Stars Game PicksThe first month of the Breeders Cup betting NHL season is almost over, and already several players are making early runs at an All Star spot. For the second year in a row, the NHL will be using the bush league approach of having the players pick the teams, with one unfortunate player being picked last and embarrassed on national television. However, for most price per head service users, it is believed that if Toronto Maple Leafs forward Phil Kessel is picked last again, it won’t be that big of a deal. With the NHL All Star Draft still four months away, here is a look at a few possible line combinations.

Western Conference Team:

Goalies – The Western Conference has historically been a tougher conference then the East both in terms of skill level and grit. With that being the case, in order to award a goalie the All Star position, the votes are based more on who has worked the hardest, instead of a simple popularity contest.

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Does The NHL Need To Realign To Keep Everyone Happy?

Written by OGB   
Thursday, 13 October 2011 06:09

Hockey odds, news and the best predictionsWith the return of the Winnipeg Jets to the NHL, fans and analysts alike are wondering if the world’s greatest hockey league will realign its divisions so that teams in the Southeast division, do not have to make the long trek to Winnipeg for years to come. Since the NHL divided its 30 teams into two 15 team conferences at the end of the 1990s, fans and franchises have each complained about how difficult the sports betting schedule is. The best example of annoying the fans came in 2007, when the Ottawa Senators took on the Anaheim Ducks in the Stanley Cup finals. The team’s averaged nearly 15 hours of price per head services to switch from each location. Today we will look at why the NHL needs realignment.

Last night on twitter, TSN hockey expert Bob Mackenzie suggested to his followers, that the Detroit Red Wings instead of the Columbus Blue Jackets, would move to the Southeast division next season, in a swap with the aforementioned Winnipeg Jets. As one can imagine, the idea that the Red Wings and not the Blue Jackets would move back to the East next season, was confusing on a few different levels.

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Stanley Cup Finals Game Four: Vancouver Canucks vs. Boston Bruins Picks

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Tuesday, 07 June 2011 07:41

Vancouver Canucks vs. Boston Bruins Free PicksOnline Sports Betting Overview

As the 2011 Belmont Stakes betting keeps rolling along, it is becoming increasingly evident that the Vancouver Canucks hold their destiny in their own hands. The NHL news does not have any Mark Messier type characters on the Boston Bruins to report on. No one in the Boston locker room is guaranteeing a playoff win. The price per head ghosts that haunt the loss by the Canucks to the New York Rangers in the 1994 Stanley Cup finals are not there this time. The Bruins do not have that emotional leader that can push them over the top and defeat the Canucks. Vancouver has come to realize that this Stanley Cup is now there for the taking.

The Boston Bruins are far from defeated. The Bruins are a hard-nosed bunch led by unorthodox goaltender Tim Thomas that has been ready for this moment for the last three years. Game four is when a series can turn in a team’s favor or come very close to ending.

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