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Author: [Pro Hockey] Topic: Ottawa at St. Louis (02/04/2014)
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Posted: 2/2/2014 11:26:42 PM

Away: Ottawa [24-21 SU]
Home: St. Louis [37-12 SU]

Game Time: 8:00 PM
Stadium: Scottrade Center

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Team Leaders:

Ottawa:
Goals: Bobby Ryan 20
Assists: Erik Karlsson 38
Goals Against: Robin Lehner 2.71

St. Louis:
Goals: Alexander Steen 27
Assists: Alex Pietrangelo 32
Goals Against: Brian Elliott 2.10

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Posted: 2/4/2014 7:25:53 AM
Jaroslav Halak is the starting goalie for St.Louis.
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Posted: 2/4/2014 1:39:55 PM

Blackballer you're wasting your time posting goalies bro, we all have access

http://www2.dailyfaceoff.com/starting-goalies/

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Posted: 2/4/2014 3:26:01 PM
It gets the post count up fast, posting the goalies. And then I don't have to go hunting, so I can dig the goalie posts.
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Posted: 2/4/2014 3:29:35 PM
Yeah almost everyone knows dailyfaceoff.com but someone has to start the topic and starting goalies is the best way to go, in my oppinion. Not ONLY factor to determine the game but one of the more important factors. Sometimes I post the goalie's stats vs their opponent as well. Just feel free to start the conversation. Thanks anyway for the note.
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Posted: 2/4/2014 3:36:29 PM
I go with St.Louis here. Robin Lehner gets the start for Ottawa. He should be rusty after 9 days not beeing in the crease. Coming back to play the Blues is not a ideal matchup.

St.Louis moneyline or maybe even -1.5
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Posted: 2/4/2014 7:33:17 PM
I appreciate BlackBaller saving me the time of clicking over to dailyfaceoff. His post are always as accurate as the dailyfaceoff site. It would only be a pain if his info was inaccurate. Thanks for your consistency Blackballer. I agree with your pick in this one too although I usually wager regulation instead of -1.5 this is a good one for a blow out. Sens take retarded penalties on the best of nights. I can just imagine the mistakes they will make playing on tired legs against a physical and highly talented Blues team. They need every point they can get and probably realize beating the Blues is a stretch so they will play on their heels as long as it's a tie game or they are ahead. They will play with the goal of taking the game to OT and sneaking away with 1pt (just like yesterday). That to them is a win. They got away with it in Pits last night but I feel Pits has been a little off recently, and they got a big game out of Anderson. I figure the Blues snipers should be good for at least 2 and should get 3 or 4. Anyway BOLTY
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