|Date||Match Up||Rating||Score||Result||Profit||Lead Time||Analysis|
|12-08-11||Phoenix Coyotes v. Detroit Red Wings OVER 5.5||2-5||Win||116||9 h 45 m||Show|
3-unit Play Take Phoenix Coyotes/Detroit Red Wings OVER (7:35pm EST) When these two teams met in the playoffs last season, the Red Wings won in a sweep. But the games were certainly fun to watch as all four games went over the total and the teams combined for 28 goals in the short series. I expect tonight to be much of the same story as Detroit leads the league in shots per game and Phoenix is in the top half of the league. That's not good news for the goaltenders Jimmy Howard and Mike Smith. Both of them have put up unbelievable numbers thus far on the season, but I look for some regression and think that some pucks will definitely get by them tonight. The Over is 5-2 in the Red Wings last seven games as favorites and the Over is 16-6-4 in the Coyotes last 26 games as underdogs. Things seem to be lining up perfectly for another shootout tonight, so play the Over 5.5 goals.
Best of Luck - Doc's Sports
|12-05-11||Boston Bruins v. Pittsburgh Penguins UNDER 5.5||3-1||Win||100||8 h 17 m||Show|
3-unit Play Take Boston Bruins/Pittsburgh Penguins UNDER 5.5 (7:05pm EST) Tonight we have a matchup of two of the hottest teams in the NHL as the Boston Bruins hit the ice against the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Bruins have won 13 of their last 14 games and have been brilliant on both ends of the ice. Most impressively, the goalie combination of Tukka Rusk and Tim Thomas has not allowed more than three goals in a game since before Halloween. After shaking off the Stanley Cup hangover, this Bruins team has played near perfect fundamentally and especially so on the defensive end. The Penguins come in riding a high ever since the return of Sidney Crosby. They're 5-2 since he returned, but the unsung hero of the Pittsburgh team is goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury. He is 14-4-1 and has a 2.11 goals against average and a 0.923 save percentage on the season. Pittsburgh hasn't played as well on defense as they would have liked recently, but I expect them to turn it up a notch against a red hot Bruins squad. Take the Under tonight as I don't envision too many getting past these top tier goalies.
|11-27-11||Toronto Maple Leafs v. Anaheim Ducks OVER 5.5||5-2||Win||100||10 h 49 m||Show|
3-unit Play Take Toronto Maple Leafs/Anaheim Ducks OVER (9:05pm ET) Many reasons to play the Over in tonight's matchup between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Anaheim Ducks. First off, Toronto just doesn't know how to play low-scoring games. Only once all season has a Toronto game totaled less than five goals, and that was the season opener. The Over is 14-9 in Toronto's games this season and they are an aggressive offensive unit that likes to move it up and down the ice and take their shots when they can. The Leafs go up against a struggling goaltender tonight in Jonas Hiller of the Ducks. He has given up 14 goals in his last three games and is having the worst season of his career with a save percentage below 90% on the season. The Ducks have been struggling to score goals this season but their offense has been a little better of late and their last four games have all gone over. They also get the benefit of going up against a weak goalie tonight as they face Jonas Gustavsson of Toronto. Gustavsson has a save percentage below 90% as well and never should have been given a starting job this season. In his 12 starts in the net this season, 11 of them have gone over. These teams are going to try and get as many shots on goal as they can tonight as I fully expect a classic shootout. Everything clearly points to the Over tonight.
Best of Luck - Doc's Sports
|11-23-11||Columbus Blue Jackets v. New Jersey Devils OVER 5||1-2||Loss||-135||8 h 21 m||Show|
3-unit Play Take Columbus Blue Jackets/New Jersey Devils OVER (7:05pm EST) We've been looking for opportunities to fade an aging Martin Brodeur of the New Jersey Devils wherever we can lately. Tonight gives us the chance to do that by playing the Over. The Columbus Blue Jackets have scored four goals in each of their last two games and have actually played well recently. Teeing off against future hall of famer Brodeur almost seems unfair as he comes in with a putrid 0.888 save percentage on the season. Some say that this is only a bad stretch for him and that he'll pick it up, but honestly he's probably done and should have hung it up a couple of season ago. Curtis Sanford should be in goal for the Blue Jackets and he has been superb in the net since getting his chance to start. He has a 1.46 goals against average and a 0.943 save percentage in his four starts. These are great numbers but don't expect them to last, as Sanford wasn't a starting goaltender in the NHL for a reason. I expect the Devils to get a few past him tonight and bring him back to reality. The Over is the play tonight.
|11-19-11||New Jersey Devils v. Tampa Bay Lightning OVER 5.5||4-2||Win||125||9 h 47 m||Show|
3-unit Play Take New Jersey Devils/Tampa Bay Lightning OVER (7:05pm EST) You'd be hard-pressed to find a matchup that featured two more overrated goalies than this one. The New Jersey Devils send 39-year old Martin Brodeur to the net while the Tampa Bay Lightning go with 42-year Dwayne Roloson. Brodeur was an excellent goaltender for a long time but he should have hung it up a couple of years ago. He comes in with a hefty 3.02 goals against average and weak 0.885 save percentage so far this season. Cleary he has lost his edge. Roloson is even older and is definitely past his prime, if he ever really had one. His numbers are equally as bad with a 3.07 goals against average and a 0.902 save percentage. Tampa likes to move the puck around and get up and down the ice pretty quickly, while the Devils like to slow it down usually. However, with these goalies in net, I have a feeling this will turn into a good ole shootout. Take the Over knowing that these goaltenders aren't going to be able to stop them all.
|11-18-11||Chicago Blackhawks v. Calgary Flames OVER 5.5||2-5||Win||108||10 h 4 m||Show|
3-unit Play Take Chicago Blackhawks/Calgary Flames OVER (9:05pm EST) The Chicago Blackhawks are third in the NHL in shots per game at 33.4 and fourth in goals per game at 3.42. They love to get up and down the ice and take advantage of their talented youngsters. The Calgary Flames are near the bottom of the charts in shots per game and scoring goals but they recently brought up talent from their minor league system to shake things up a bit. They're hell bent on putting the puck in the net more often and I think you'll see some changes on offense to make that happen. They go against somewhat of a cold goaltender in Corey Crawford of the Hawks. Crawford has surrendered 22 goals in his last 6 games and has looked out of sorts after a strong start to the season. Finally, when these teams hook up, there usually are some fireworks. In the last 9 meetings between these teams, the average score has totaled 6.89 goals per game. No reason to expect anything differently here tonight, as the Over is the play.
Best of Luck - Doc's Sports
|11-15-11||New York Rangers v. NY Islanders OVER 5||4-2||Win||100||8 h 4 m||Show|
4-unit Play Take New York Rangers/New York Islanders OVER (7:05pm EST) You can expect to see some fireworks when these two fierce rivals square off in the battle of New York. These teams love to go up and down the ice when they hook and the statistics back it up. The total has gone Over in 7 of the last 8 meetings between these two teams. In those games, the average goals scored is an amazing 7.75 per contest. The Rangers have won six straight games and have done a good job of preventing shots on goal and pucks in the net during that stretch. However, you can throw all of that out the window when these teams get together. The Islanders have struggled on the defensive side of the ice and have problems figuring out who their starting goaltender is going to be on a nightly basis. It looks like they'll be going with Rick DiPietro in the net tonight, who is the worst of the bunch. Hard to imagine us not getting over the posted total of 5 goals in tonight's matchup with everything pointing up.
|11-13-11||Edmonton Oilers v. Chicago Blackhawks OVER 5.5||3-6||Win||118||2 h 28 m||Show|
3-unit Play Take Edmonton Oilers/Chicago Blackhawks OVER 5.5 (7:05pm EST) Today's matchup between the Edmonton Oilers and the Chicago Blackhawks will be all about style of play and which team can impose their will on the other. The Blackhawks like to get up and down the ice and possess the puck for long periods of time while firing away as many shots as they can. As a result, the Hawks are third in the league in shots on goal per game at 33.6, but they also surrender 29.7 shots per game. Their young guns thrive on the aggressiveness and they take advantage of the offensive talent that they possess. The Oilers, on the other hand, play a little bit slower and not nearly as aggressive. They average only 25.4 shots per game and allow 29.0 per contest. With the game in Chicago and the Hawks playing better hockey of late, I expect the Hawks style to prevail tonight. If Edmonton trails early they'll be forced to be on the offensive and that shoot lead to enough goals to get us over the hump in this one. Play the Over 5 goals in tonight's matchup.
|11-10-11||NY Islanders v. Colorado Avalanche OVER 5.5||3-4||Win||100||11 h 39 m||Show|
4-unit Play Take New York Islanders/Colorado Avalanche OVER (9:05pm EST) This game screams Over for one main reason - poor goaltenders in the net tonight. Rick DiPietro goes for the New York Islanders and he has only 3 starts this year due to early injuries. He was awful in net last year yielding 3.44 goals per game and doesn't deserve to be in the NHL quite honestly. Colorado counters with the ageless Jean-Sebastien Giguere. Once a dominant netminder, Giguere has regressed significantly from a skills standpoint. Don't let his 2011 numbers fool you as he hasn't played enough games to demonstrate just how much he has lost from his game. In keeping a close eye on all of the goalies in the NHL, I can safely say that these are two of the worst ones in the NHL of the ones who actually get decent playing time. On top of the poor goaltending, neither one of these team's defenses do them any favors as both teams allow over 30 shots per contest. With 60+ shots likely on net tonight, it's hard to imagine not seeing 6 or 7 in the back of the net. Take the Over here.
|10-24-11||Florida Panthers v. Montreal Canadiens OVER 5||2-1||Loss||-135||9 h 42 m||Show|
4-unit Play Take Florida Panthers/Montreal Canadiens OVER (7:35pm EST) The Montreal Canadiens have been an absolute mess on the ice ever since they were plagued by injuries a couple of games into the season. The injury list includes 3 of their top 6 six defensemen, which has led to absolutely dismal results on the defensive end of the ice for Montreal. Over their last five games, the Canadiens have surrendered 21 goals and the damage could have been much worse if goaltender Carey Price hadn't stepped up his game. However, Montreal is going with backup goalie Peter Budaj tonight, so who knows what kind of effort they will get. With their top defensemen still on the sidelines and the backup goaltender in net, there doesn't seem to be any relief on the way. Florida just made a trade with Vancouver to shake things up on the offensive end and it paid off as the Panthers put in four goals in their last game. This team has potential on offense and I think they step it up against a weak Montreal defense. On the other end of the ice, Florida will also be going with a backup goaltender in Jacob Markstrom tonight, which is a step down in talent. I expect him to let in at least two or three goals against a Montreal offense that has been clicking of late. Play the Over tonight in this one as it is set fairly low at 5.
|10-20-11||Toronto Maple Leafs v. Boston Bruins OVER 5||2-6||Win||100||8 h 57 m||Show|
5-unit Play Take Toronto Maple Leafs/Boston Bruins OVER (7:05pm EST) There are several indications that we are going to see some goal-scoring tonight in this matchup between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Boston Bruins. First and foremost, the Bruins have been struggling on offense this season and head coach Claude Julien has made it a point recently to focus on this in practice. They are long overdue for a breakout game and they have a great chance to do it tonight against the backup goalie for Toronto, Jonas Gustavsson, who is one of the weaker backup netminders in the NHL. Toronto has gotten off to a great start offensively, led by leading scorer Phil Kessel, and are 6th in the NHL in goals per game. They will likely go up against Tim Thomas, who is one of the best goaltenders in the NHL if not the best. However, there is no way he can repeat the numbers he had last season and I expect significant regression. Finally, these teams played four times last season and they scored seven goals in each of the last three meetings. The Over is the easy choice in this game and that's why this is my Game of the Week.
|10-15-11||Detroit Red Wings v. Minnesota Wild OVER 5.5||3-2||Loss||-110||5 h 15 m||Show|
6-Unit Play. Take Over (5.5) Detroit at Minnesota (8 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 15)
Weak number, Detroit always has a talented offensive team but this year they have focused on the defensive end and on the surface it looks good posting shutouts in two of their first four games with the last coming on Thursday night in 2-0 home win vs Vancouver. Detroit came out flat offensively in that one after having four day's off in between games, Vancouver who is still without high scoring Ryan Kessler was in a tough spot playing their first three games in four night's of the season after losing 5-4 the night before in Philadelphia. Vancouver only put five shots on goal in the third period at Detroit, not to take anything away from the Red Wings but I think the Canucks didn't have their full legs. Detroit will get a Minnesota team that bumped up their skill level at the forward position in the off season and a Wild team themselves that had a slow start being out shot in the first period 12-9 vs the Oilers before ending the game with a 35 to 22 shot advantage for the Wild in front of a 15,000 plus home crowd which is small for Minnesota. Expect a full house tonight with plenty of emotion, I think this pace will be a track meet,the Wild will also have Josh Harding in the net for the first time in 19 months after returning from a hip injury, now Harding is a good backup goalie but he isn't Nick Backstrom. I think this total should be 6 with under money attached but here we get to go over 5.5 at basically even money, great value !
|10-13-11||Colorado Avalanche v. Ottawa Senators UNDER 5.5||7-1||Loss||-105||9 h 35 m||Show|
10-unit Play Take Colorado Avalanche/Ottawa Senators UNDER 5.5 (7:35pm ET) The Colorado Avalanche visit the Ottawa Senators in a game where goals look like they will be hard to come by. The Senators made several additions to improve their paper thin defense. They added goalie Craig Anderson, from Colorado, earlier this year in a move that instantly reduced their goals against average. They also brought in a new head coach in the offseason, Paul MacLean, who has vowed to tighten up the defense and change the overall mentality of the team. Colorado also upgraded at goaltender when they traded for Semyon Varlamov in a move that the organization was very excited about. The Avalanche had a host of injuries to its blueliners last season, which was devastating to the team's defense. They're healthy right now and I expect a grittier performance on both ends of the ice. They played in tight one last night where they trailed 2-1 up until the last minute of regulation, eventually winning by a goal in a shootout. Both of these teams should be playing better fundamental hockey this season, which should lead to a tight low scoring affair in this one as well.
|10-07-11||Nashville Predators v. Columbus Blue Jackets OVER 5||3-2||Push||0||8 h 18 m||Show|
3-unit Play Take Nashville Predators/Columbus Blue Jackets OVER (7:05pm ET) When the Nashville Predators take on the Columbus Blue Jackets, you don't normally envision a game where the teams are lighting up the lamp all night long. However, there are some indications that things could be changing this season. The Blue Jackets brought on center Jeff Carter and defenseman James Wisniewski this offseason, which will definitely give a jolt to a previously inept power play. Wisniewski (unavailable for tonight due to a suspension) is a power play specialist and Carter is gifted at creating chances. Add them into the mix with All-Star center Rick Nash, and you have the makings of a decent offense for this team. That should be music to the ears of Columbus fans, as the team ranked 24th in goals scored last season.
As for Nashville, they've made a living off playing great defense and being conservative on offense in the past. The trio of defenseman Shea Weber and Ryan Suter and goaltender Pekka Rinne has been the backbone of the team and turned in a stellar campaign again last season. However, once you get past the stud defenders, there are some glaring holes on the backend. Strapped for cash with a smaller budget to work with, Nashville wasn't able to address any of these weaknesses in the offseason. And Nashville would also be hard-pressed to get a better performance from Rinne this season. Rinne had an outstanding .930 save percentage last season, which will be very difficult to repeat at that level so you can forgive him if a few more get past him this season. The Nashville offense will need to step it up if that's the case and break away from their conservative style. Take the Over in this one as these teams are going to be playing some higher scoring games this season.
Best of Luck - Doc's Sports
|03-04-11||Pittsburgh Penguins v. New Jersey Devils UNDER 5||1-2||Win||100||8 h 40 m||Show|
4 Unit Play Take New Jersey and Pittsburgh UNDER (7 pm ET) We hardly ever play totals, but this one really stands out. In their last 11 games the Devils have gone under this total seven times and hit it right on four times. That means, of course, that they haven't gone over it at all. They are getting two things that have defined this team for years - great defensive play and great goaltending. They are also offensively challenged, and that helps here. Pittsburgh is struggling badly - losers of nine of 12. Against this total they would have been 3-3-6 over that stretch, so they are certainly capable of keeping the score low. There is a good chance that this one will be a low scoring affair - especially since Pittsburgh is in the heart of a long road trip that isn't going great.
|11-04-10||Vancouver Canucks v. Colorado Avalanche OVER 6||3-1||Loss||-110||10 h 36 m||Show|
4-Unit Play. #59 Take Over 6 Goals Vancouver vs Colorado (Thursday @ 9:00pm est).
Corey Snyder gets the start in net for the Canucks as they visit the Avs tonight. He has been stellar at home in his previous 2 starts with a 1 GAA. Different game on the road. The Avs will be looking for revenge after loosing a heartbreaker in Vancouver earlier this year. The home dog will set a brisk pace to try to get to Snyder early in the game. The Avs are scoring in bunches averaging a solid 4.25 in their last four games. Peter Budaj will start for the Avs. He has been inconsistent between the pipes to say the least. He did have a nice one goal outing on Saturday. The previous three games he has a 5 GAA. That's not going to change tonight. Corey Snyders first start on the road along with Budaj's generous netminding will make this one fly over the total. Over is 5-0 in the last 5 meetings. We're looking to make that 6-0. Play the over.
|10-12-10||Atlanta Thrashers v. Los Angeles Kings UNDER 6||Top||1-3||Win||100||11 h 13 m||Show|
2 Unit Play Take Atlanta/Los Angeles Under (10:30 pm ET) The Kings are a team with strong defensive play, and very strong goaltending. Combine that with an Atlanta team that lacks offensive depth and explosiveness and you could easily see a low scoring total for the Thrashers. The Kings have only scored three times in their first two games, so they aren't flying offensively, either. They are also facing Chris Mason, a guy who is very talented, and who played in the West before so he has faced the Kings. This number is very attractive in this situation.
|05-21-10||San Jose Sharks v. Chicago Blackhawks UNDER 5.5||2-3||Win||105||9 h 30 m||Show|
1 Unit Play Take Chicago and San Jose under (8 pm ET) Both of these teams are strong defensive units that are going to be well rested thanks to an extra day off. That means that we should see solid defense and solid goaltending by both teams. Chicago will be playing with defensive intensity because they are looking to maintain the advantage they have established in the series. San Jose will be disciplined to try to get back into the series. Both teams need this game, so they will be focused and on task. That should lead to a close, exciting, low scoring game.
|05-06-10||San Jose Sharks v. Detroit Red Wings UNDER 5.5||Top||1-7||Loss||-100||8 h 42 m||Show|
4 Unit Play Take Detroit and San Jose under (7:30 pm ET) Detroit has their backs against the walls after losing three in a row by identical 4-3 scores. Because of that, I expect two things from the Red Wings - increased defensive intensity, and a strong game from Jimmy Howard. Those both lead to a lower likely score from San Jose. Evgeni Nabokov has been solid enough in the playoffs that I don't expect him to get beat often. That all points to an under. Detroit has gone under in 46 of their 87 games this year - 53 percent - yet they have gone over in five in a row. That's well above expectations, so I expect a correction. Similarly, San Jose has been 44-43 O/U on the season, yet has gone over in their last four.
|05-05-10||Boston Bruins v. Philadelphia Flyers UNDER 5||4-1||Push||0||7 h 28 m||Show|
6 Unit Play Take Philadelphia and Boston under (7 pm ET) Series often tighten up when there is a change of venue, and that could certainly be the case here. There is a lot to point to the under - Boston has gone under in 15 of their last 21 against the Atlantic, and Philly has gone under in nine of their last 15 at home, for example. Philadelphia is coming off two tough road losses, so they are going to be playing tight and tough to try to get the edge here in a game they just can't afford to lose. Boston is going to be tight as well - this is the biggest game they have played so far in these playoffs. This game has the feel of a potential goaltending duel, and five points is a lot in a game like that.
|06-04-09||Detroit Red Wings v. Pittsburgh Penguins UNDER 5.5||Top||2-4||Loss||-100||9 h 20 m||Show|
2 Unit Play. #8 Take Under in Detroit @ Pittsburgh (8:05 pm Versus) The Penguins will try and even up this series at one game apiece tonight at Mellon Arena. Two of the first three games have gone under and I suspect that the scoring will be less and less as this series moves deeper. Only 2 goals was scored in the last two periods on Tuesday (1 was an empty net) and it seems that Fleury is finally starting to play towards his capabilities. We will not worry who wins game four tonight and just collect with the under.
|05-26-09||Pittsburgh Penguins v. Carolina Hurricanes UNDER 5.5||Top||4-1||Win||105||33 h 56 m||Show|
2 Unit Play. #16 Take Under in Pittsburgh @ Carolina (7:35 pm Versus) The Hurricanes have looked awful this far and now face a must win game tonight at the RBC Center. The fourth game is always the toughest to win and expect this to be a low scoring battle, talk about a perfect spot to step in with the under.
|05-12-09||Detroit Red Wings v. Anaheim Ducks OVER 5.5||Top||1-2||Loss||-100||11 h 58 m||Show|
3 Unit Pick Over (5.5) Detroit at Anaheim (Tuesday May 12th, 10:05) The Red Wing's come to Anaheim leading the series (3-2) and if it wasn't for Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller this series would be over. In the five games played in this series Detroit has held a shot advantage in every game (game 1 37-24, game 2 62-46, game 3 46-23, game 4 39-28 and game 5 37-17 totaling 221-138) a huge shot advantage in five games and while game two went to triple overtime the offense has ruled the series. Every game has been fast pace and I believe that will be the case here tonight in game six, even dating back to the regular season where these two teams went over the total three out of four games, this is just the style when these two get together. I look for this total to get up and over here tonight.
|05-03-09||Anaheim Ducks v. Detroit Red Wings OVER 5.5||4-3||Win||115||3 h 13 m||Show|
3 Unit Pick. Take Over in Anaheim at Detroit (2:05 pm NBC) These two teams combined for 61 shots and 11 power play's in a 3-2 Red Wings game one win. I think these two teams will play a up tempo game in game two, in the four times they meet in the regular season they combined for 26 goal's in 12 periods of hockey. The game on Friday had every chance to go over and should have. Some teams tighten up in the playoffs, but for the most part these are two veteran hockey teams and I expect a loose fast paced game today.
|04-23-09||San Jose Sharks v. Anaheim Ducks UNDER 5||Top||0-4||Win||103||12 h 59 m||Show|
4 Unit Pick. Take Under in San Jose at Anaheim (10:35 pm) San Jose gets back in the series with a 4-3 win on Tuesday and now trail the under dog Duck's 2-1. This sets up a important game 4 after a sloppy played game 3. Sixty five shots went on net in game 3 for a combined 7 goal's. Both goalies weren't on top of their game and Nabokov let in a real bad goal, I don't think game 4 will play out like that. I think the defense will be tight, and I expect this game to be played with both teams not wanting to make a mistake. Under 5 has some value
|04-21-09||Detroit Red Wings v. Columbus Blue Jackets OVER 5||Top||4-1||Push||0||8 h 58 m||Show|
5 Unit Pick. #10 Take Over 5 in Detroit at Columbus (7:05 pm) Columbus comes home down 2-0 to the mighty Red Wings looking for some offense after putting up one goal in the two games. This will be the ninth time these two teams meet this year with the under going 2-6. After routing Detroit on March 15 8-2 the Blue Jackets have put up just one goal in nine periods of hockey vs the Red Wings. The odds maker makes a adjustment after listing all eight totals this year at 5.5 has moved the total down to 5, in two of the under's this year in the series the total landed on 5. In game one Detroit out shot Columbus 34-21 in game two that shot total raised to the Red Wings out shooting Columbus 39-25.To me this adjustment makes little sense and I think this will be a fast paced full of emotion type game and I look to take advantage of the adjustment and I think this total will easily get over the 5.
|04-18-09||Montreal Canadiens v. Boston Bruins UNDER 5.5||Top||1-5||Loss||-120||10 h 38 m||Show|
6 Unit Pick. #80 Take Under Montreal at Boston (April 18, 8:05 pm) Game two goes tonight after a 4-2 win by the Bruins in game one. As expect a couple of little fights broke out at the end of the game on Thursday as these two hate each other. In the first game the total did go over the 5.5 goals and while Boston did get the win they were out shot by ten 38-28. I don't think that will happen tonight, teams will make adjustments over the course of a series and I think Boston does just that tonight. I think the Bruins will try to slow the game down here and on the heels of what happen with the fights the other night usually the referee will crack down something the players and coaches will be told a head of time, just too important of a game for either team to be giving the other a power play advantage, shorten scoring chances. Under holds some value here.
|04-16-09||Montreal Canadiens v. Boston Bruins OVER 5.5||Top||2-4||Win||105||8 h 50 m||Show|
6 Unit Pick #60 Take Over in Montreal at Boston (April 16th 7:05 pm) Hockey excitement is back in Boston with the Eastern Conference points leader Boston Bruins take on the hated Montreal Canadians. Most game ones of a playoff series are usually played, but I don't think that is what we will be facing tonight as these two know and hate each other. Both teams can put the puck in the net and both during times this year especial Montreal has struggled in the net. I think this game tonight could get chippy and give us some power play chances, I think we will get over this total easy tonight
Best of Luck
|03-14-09||Carolina Hurricanes v. Washington Capitals OVER 6||4-5||Win||105||8 h 33 m||Show|
2 Unit Play. #68 Take Over 6 in Carolina/Washington (7:05 pm NHL Center Ice) Both teams coming off low scoring one goal games, both teams like the fast paced offense style which I think will happen tonight. These teams have meet four times this year with the total going over once, under twice and pushing on six the fourth time. I
|03-10-09||Dallas Stars v. St. Louis Blues OVER 5.5||2-5||Win||110||9 h 21 m||Show|
3 Unit Play. #70 Take Over 5.5 in Dallas @ St. Louis (8:35 Eastern NHL Center Ice) These two teams hooked up a couple week's ago in 3-1 blues win at Dallas. Both teams
|03-05-09||Calgary Flames v. Philadelphia Flyers OVER 5.5||5-1||Win||100||7 h 22 m||Show|
8 Unit Play. #2 Take Over in Calgary @ Philadelphia (7:05 pm NHL Center Ice) NHL Game of the Year. Two playoff teams are set to do battle this evening at the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia, PA. Calgary has won five straight road games and scored six goals in their victory over Ottawa on Tuesday. The Flames have scored 23 combined goals in their last two games and have reinvented themselves this season from a defensive powerful to a team that can score goals at will. Also they have just picked up Olli Jokinen and his 21 goals will only increase their offensive production. The Flyers are coming off an impressive performance in a victory over Boston and have a couple of the top goal scores in the league in Jeff Carter and Simone Gagne.
|02-03-09||Los Angeles Kings v. Ottawa Senators OVER 5.5||1-0||Loss||-100||9 h 40 m||Show|
4 Unit Play. #14 Take Over 5 ½ in Los Angeles @ Ottawa (7:35 pm NHL Center Ice) The Senators did not look sharp on Sunday giving up seven goals to the Washington Capitals and have made a coaching chance during the off day. The Kings are on a cross country road trip and did not fare well in the first leg giving up four goals in a loss to Montreal. Their last four games have gone way over the posted number and we will ride that wave into Tuesday night and expect a big winner with the over.
|01-31-09||Minnesota Wild v. Vancouver Canucks OVER 5||4-3||Win||100||11 h 38 m||Show|
4 Unit Play. #72 Take Over 5 in Minnesota @ Vancouver (10:05 pm NHL Network) Vancouver enters this game off of 7 straight losses and they now see themselves on the outside looking in when it comes to the playoffs. In their last 10 games, a gambler would have lost just one time with this posted number this evening and thus it presents great value. Minnesota gave up three goals last night to Edmonton and if they do that tonight, we will collect with this proposition.
|01-19-09||New Jersey Devils v. Nashville Predators OVER 5||3-1||Loss||-127||9 h 49 m||Show|
4 Unit Play. #64 Take Over 5 in New Jersey @ Nashville (8:05 pm NHL Center Ice)
In both of these games we will again ride the two goal meaning that if each of these teams scores at least two goals we cannot lose these bets. We nailed two of these last week and expect more of the same on Monday.
|01-19-09||Minnesota Wild v. Chicago Blackhawks OVER 5||4-1||Push||0||9 h 49 m||Show|
4 Unit Play. #62 Take Over 5 in Minnesota @ Chicago (8:05 pm NHL Center Ice)
In both of these games we will again ride the two goal meaning that if each of these teams scores at least two goals we cannot lose these bets. We nailed two of these last week and expect more of the same on Monday.
|01-16-09||Philadelphia Flyers v. Florida Panthers OVER 5.5||3-2||Loss||-114||6 h 30 m||Show|
6 Unit Play. #8 Take Over 5 ½ in Philadelphia @ Florida (7:35 pm NHL Center Ice) The Panthers have been on an offensive tear of late having scored at least four games in each of their last five games (27 total goals), talk about a perfect situation for the over. The Flyers have some outstanding weapons on offense and usually win games by outscoring their opponents since their goaltending is shaky. We will not worry about who wins this game and just collect with the over.
|01-15-09||Edmonton Oilers v. Minnesota Wild OVER 5||1-5||Win||100||9 h 43 m||Show|
5 Unit Play. #60 Take Over in Edmonton @ Minnesota (8:05 pm NHL Center Ice) If you have been with us, you will realize that not much analysis is needed as to why we are making this selection. We will again ride the two goal theory and attack the total of five. We easily collect with a 5 the last time Minnesota plays, as they combined for 9 goals. We will not worry about who wins this 4-2 game and just collect with the over.
|01-13-09||Phoenix Coyotes v. Minnesota Wild OVER 5||3-6||Win||100||9 h 54 m||Show|
4 Unit Play. #66 Take Over 5 in Phoenix @ Minnesota (8:05 pm NHL Center Ice) Both teams do not score many goals but we will again apply the two goal theory on Tuesday night at the Xcel Energy Center. Both teams need to pick up the scoring pace if they have visions on making the playoffs and this will be a 4-2 game and we will not worry about who comes out on top and just collect with the over.
|01-10-09||New Jersey Devils v. Los Angeles Kings OVER 5||5-1||Win||100||12 h 31 m||Show|
4 Unit Play. #24 Take Over 5 in New Jersey at Los Angeles (10:35 pm NHL Center Ice) We pounded the total of 5 in the Kings last game and easily won and expect more of the same tonight when the Kings welcome in the New Jersey Devils. We just need two goals each and we cannot lose.
|01-08-09||Anaheim Ducks v. Los Angeles Kings OVER 5||3-4||Win||100||11 h 59 m||Show|
4 Unit Play. #22 Take Over in Anaheim @ Los Angeles (10:35 pm NHL Center Ice) Very seldom do we find totals plays at 5 in the NHL, but we will bite on this one Thursday and if both teams score two goals we cannot lose this wager. The Ducks have went over this posted total five times in their last eight games and we will not worry about who wins this game and just collect with the over.
|01-04-09||Dallas Stars v. Vancouver Canucks UNDER 5.5||3-2||Win||100||10 h 28 m||Show|
4 Unit Play. #14 Take Under 5 ½ in Dallas @ Vancouver (10:05 pm NHL Center Ice)
|12-23-08||Ottawa Senators v. Philadelphia Flyers OVER 5.5||4-6||Win||100||7 h 16 m||Show|
4 Unit Play. #2 Take Over in Ottawa @ Philadelphia (7:05 pm NHL Center Ice) the Flyers scored nine goals over the weekend and we expect another high scoring game tonight when they welcome in the Ottawa Senators. The Flyers have been scoring 38% on the power play and giving up 23% on penalty kills. Talk about a perfect situation for the over.