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NHL Betting: Five Things That The Bruins Need To Do To Win It All in 2011

Written by Gaby Varji   
Wednesday, 01 June 2011 22:13

2011 Stanley Cup Odds and PredictionsThe Boston Bruins survived their rival Montreal Canadiens in the opening round of the playoffs with three overtime wins, including the decisive game seven in which Nathan Horton began his incredible run to the finals. After taking down the defending Eastern conference champion Philadelphia Flyers and the Tampa Bay Lightning to get to the Stanley Cup finals, the Bruins will now have to face their toughest test yet with a battle against the Presidents trophy-winning Vancouver Canucks. Here are the five sports betting keys to the Bruins winning the 2011 Stanley Cup:

Use Size To Wear Down The Canucks

While Vancouver did well against the Predators and Sharks, no team tested them harder than the Blackhawks when they made a commitment to using their sports betting bonus size and strength to wear them down and steal three straight games to push the Canucks to the brink with a decisive game seven.

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NHL Playoff Betting: Western Conference Finals Game Five: Sharks vs. Canucks

Written by Matt Stevens   
Tuesday, 24 May 2011 07:32

NHL Playoff Betting Odds and NewsOnline Sports Betting Overview

What happened to the San Jose Sharks in the wake of the 2011 Preakness Stakes betting seemed like a nightmare from which San Jose fans could not wake up. The NHL highlights from game four of this series showed the Vancouver Canucks scoring on almost 33 percent of their shots. San Jose goaltender Antti Niemi looked out of position and seemed like he was fighting the puck. At the other end, the Sharks were peppering Vancouver goaltender Roberto Luongo with shots but nothing was going in. The pay per head Sharks fans in the building that night could not believe what they were seeing.

The Vancouver Canucks, on the other hand, played the same game plan that they have had for the entire playoffs. The difference in game four was that Roberto Luongo came through in goal. The Canucks had almost no defense to speak of in game four because they spent most of their time on the attack.

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NHL Betting Eastern Conference Finals Game One: Lightning vs. Bruins

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Tuesday, 10 May 2011 07:40

Eastern Conference Finals Game One: Tampa Bay Lightning at Boston BruinsOnline Sports Betting Overview

The Tampa Bay Lightning should not have beaten the Washington Capitals, and the Lightning knows it. Online casino bettors watched yet another playoffs where the Washington Capitals played as a group of individuals rather than a team, and lost to an inferior team in the playoffs. The worst part is that the Lightning swept the Capitals, which means that no one will ever believe that the Capitals were the better team. But Washington was the better team, and they lost. The Bruins are the better team in this series, and Boston won’t make the same mistakes that the Capitals did.

The Boston Bruins make NHL news headlines with their physical play and outstanding goaltending. The Philadelphia Flyers did not have a full-time goaltender, and the Bruins exploited that to win the series in a four-game sweep. The Lighting does have a good goaltender, but it is difficult to imagine Dwayne Roloson matching up with Tim Thomas.

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NHL Playoff Betting:Western Conference Semifinals Game Three: Canucks vs. Predators

Written by Gaby Varji   
Monday, 02 May 2011 21:38

NHL Semifinal OddsBetting Online Preview

As the bet Kentucky Derby online advertising rolled on each year, it became pretty easy to predict what the Vancouver Canucks would do in the playoffs. The NHL hockey news would report lopsided losses by the Canucks in the playoffs that could always be pointed back to goaltender Roberto Luongo. A 5dimes review of the Canucks’ Western Conference quarterfinals series against the Chicago Blackhawks showed that everything was headed in that direction again. Luongo was replaced for game six by Corey Schneider, and it looked bad for Vancouver. But Schneider was injured and Luongo was back in. Ever since then, Roberto Luongo has looked like a champion. His team, on the other hand, has not.

The Nashville Predators leave no mystery as to how they play hockey. They crash the other team’s net, bring the defensemen up into the rush and leave goaltender Pekka Rinne out to dry. Last year, Rinne held his ground as well as he could but the Predators still lost early in the playoffs.

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