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#1
Posted: 1/19/2013 3:03:05 PM
There is always gonna be talk about a hangover for a team that one the championship. But with the extended layoff I think that may be tempered a bit. I also like the fact that the KINGS are at home and emotions should be high with the fans having their first chance to thank the KINGS for bringing home Lord Stanely's Mug.

If I could get 5.5 at a reasonable price I would be on that too,but 5 is no go.


NHL: Unfortunately o.t & shootout included

(1)LAK ML -120 to win a half uint


Also looking at DAL,STL and VAN this evening. BOL  & enjoy the games boys
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Posted: 1/19/2013 6:20:49 PM

The BOLTZ will have an upgrade in goal by not starting a baby boomer for tonights game. And they return a ton of firepower and should be able to put the biscuit in the basket as well as any team in the league.

Last year the CAPS had their fair share of unders but I expect some serious changes this year with new head coach Adam Oates. From what I'm reading he wants to use their speed and skill and lay and uptempo game. This should keep start players like Ovie and Backstrom happy and hopefully also over backers. I also like the acquisition of Mike Robeiro as a play-maker which should do well under the tutelage of Oates,one of the best setup men to ever lace them up.

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With no real preseason or exhibition games it may hurt teams that have made significant changes over their first week or two but tonight I have to take Big-D as I really like what they've done. The departure of Ribeiro could hurt but they have also added some key players one of which will face his former team tongiht. Ray Whitney had a huge season last year and the PHX loss is a DAL gain,one I don't see PHX easily overcoming. They won with defense but you have to put at least one in the net if you want to win and losing the Wizard's 24 goals and 53 assists will be tough for an already offensively challenged team. Give me the STARS on home ice at a decent price.

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STL is my favorite play of the day. They had a great regular season last year but took a fairly early exit from the playoffs in the second round last season. And they had extra time to stew over their disappointing stanley cup run with the lockout and I'm sure they're as hungry a team as any to get out on the ice and start another drive towards the cup and put last years falter behind them. DET will be starting their season without mainstay and hall of famer Nicky Lidstrom which should be a near impossible gap to fill,especially in the short term. And to make things worse they will also likely be without veterans Bertuzzi and Helm. STL starts this year right with a home win over the rival Red-Wangs

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The NUCKS are another team that should be chomping at the bit to actually get on the ice and know at least for 3 or so hours they won't have to answer the same questions over and over in front of cameras and reporters.

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NHL:

(1)WASH/TB O 6 -110 to win a half unit

(2)DAL ML -120 to win a half unit

(3)STL ML -135 to win 1 unit

(4)STL ML -135 to VAN ML -150 = +190 risking a half unit

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Posted: 1/19/2013 7:49:40 PM
hey buddy!  Back again, eh?  lol    yeah, had they cancelled the whole season, I'd be thinking darn you pricks, but saving us a winter of hockey post-NFL, well, I'll forgive.     I was hot on TB and STL tonite too ... looks like you had rough start picking the Kings, they really laid a loaf on the ice today ... let's go Leafs!   Be curious to see these crazy young Oilers, lots of talent on those two lines ...
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Posted: 1/20/2013 6:37:16 AM

Loving the PHLYERS at +$ tomorrow in BUF. The SABRES should be solid this year but with the limited preseason and no true exhibition games I would think PHI having played a regular season game at full speed against a top shelf PITTY squad already is a huge advantage for them and B2B games to open the season shouldn't be a factor.



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Posted: 1/20/2013 6:41:58 AM
Holy Yukie-Travs Batman,long time no type,I hope all is well.

Any thoughts on the PHLYERS/SWORDS game?? 
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Posted: 1/20/2013 6:51:58 AM

It's almost 5 in the a.m and I may or may not have had a few pops. Sticking with last nights theory that PHILLY having a regular season game under their belt,albeit in a B2B will have an advantage against a BUF team playing their first game of the year.

NHL: Both include o.t & s.o

(1)PHI ML +100 risking a half unit

(2)PHI -1 +160 risking a half unit (o.t or s.o win is a push)

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Posted: 1/20/2013 5:58:53 PM
Or not,PHILLY got thumped.

No writeups with NFL playoffs on but I do like SJ this afternoon. CAL is week up the middle and Tanguay is gonna need some time to adjust.

Also like the RAGS at home to the PENS at even money. Vokun is still pretty solid but he's no M.A.F


NHL: Both include o.t & s.o....unfortunately 

(1)SJ -1 +155 risking a half unit (o.t/s.o win is a push)

(2)NYR ML -110 to win a half unit
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Posted: 1/20/2013 8:55:47 PM
NHL:

(1)VAN ML -135 to win a half unit

(2)EDM/VAN O 5.5 +105 risking a half unit

(3)VAN to win by exactly 2 goals +500 risking 0.2 units

(4)CHI -1 (o.t/s.o win a push) +160 risking a half unit

(5)CHI ML -115 to to win a half unit
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Posted: 1/21/2013 1:01:28 PM
The price is a lil steep on the ML so I'm going with the BRUINS -1 this afternoon. The JETS do have some good players but their team D is suspect and when they don't have that insanely motivating home crowd to give them the edge I think they will have issues winning on the road. Going with BOS -1 and not -1.5 so if WIN does find a way to send it to o.t or a shootout a BOS win is still a push and not a loss.


NHL:

(1)BOS -1 -120 to win 1 unit

(2)BOS to win by exactly 2 goals +230 risking 0.25 units

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Posted: 1/21/2013 1:27:44 PM
good luck this yr dd. 
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Posted: 1/21/2013 1:56:23 PM
Thanx Teef back at ya
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Posted: 1/21/2013 6:00:30 PM

STL was my p.o.d on Saturday and they played great and destroyed the Red-Wangs 6 nil and were up 2-0 after out shooting them 18-2 heading into the first intermission. I don't expect that type of garbage-kicking again today in NASH but I do like them to get the win. NASH is coming off a disappointing shootout loss to the lowly Blue Jackets on Saturday so they should come out hungry tonight,the problem is they're still learning how to play with Ryan Suter and asked a kid in his second year to log the most time on the ice for the entire team which is not typically a recipe for success.


STL very well could have the best record in the league when the playoffs start in a few months. Last year they led the league in goals allowed and their D looks to be in gear getting a shutout to open this campaign and whats even better for their backers is the offense is already clicking outta the gate. I'll take arguably the best team in the league in this one at a reasonable price of -120.

And I also think the U 5 is worth a look as both teams are typically defense first especially when they play each other. In the last 10 meetings H2H they've played just a single over and only pushed once and that was with the total at 5 flat for the last 9 meetings. And the average goals scored over those 10 games was only 3.6 per game.



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(1)STL ML -120 to win a half unit

(2)STL/NASH U 5 -105 to win a half unit

(3)STL to win by exactly 2 goals +550 risking 0.2 units




Still working on BUF/TO O 5.5,OTT and ANA

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Posted: 1/21/2013 7:11:20 PM

The SENS always seem to play the PANTHERS tough especially at home and are 9-1 overall in the L10 meetings. And much of that is due to the fact that former PANTHER Craig Anderson is a lights out 6-0 with a 1.82 gaa in his last 7 games against them. Not a ton of stats to base a pick on this early in the season. Just going with my gut a bit here and taking a team that plays well at home with a goalie who seems to be at his best against his former team

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When the LEAFS face the SABRES they usually play to more overs than unders. That may be due in part to the fact that both teams have a mutual hate for each other. The games often get chippy early which can lead to some extra penalties and chances on the power play. The LEAFS PP got off to a good start potting two goals in MON on the weekend so hopefully that continues tonight and we see a bunch in the back of the net.

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Last year despite a ton of talent the DUCKS were a pretty bad team and went on an awful skid after starting the season with wins in 4 of the first 5 they went on to lose something like 25 of 30 games which cost their coach his jobe. The DUCKS turned it around a bit and came flying outta the gate with a 7-3 beatdown of the NUCKS in VAN on Saturday.

Yesterday I played the SHARKS but it was actually more a fade of the FLAMES,something I plan on doing a ton this year if their as bad I suspect they may be.



NHL:

(1)BUF/YO O 5.5 +105 risking a half unit

(2)OTT -1 +125 risking a half unit

(3)OTT by 2 goals exactly +500 risking 0.2 units



MIXED SPORT:

(1)OTT +1 -250 to ANA +1 -200 to S.A-SPURS ML -260 = +190 risking a half unit

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Posted: 1/21/2013 8:21:05 PM

Best of luck this year............

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Posted: 1/21/2013 9:04:32 PM

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(1)ANA ML -120 to win a half unit

(2)ANA to win by exactly 2 goals +550 risking 0.2 units

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Posted: 1/21/2013 11:41:21 PM
Same to 
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Posted: 1/22/2013 9:00:31 PM

I was leaning KINGS all day and one of the main reasons I backed off was because I kept thinking that their offense may struggle without their big star centre. Even with Anze out there was no way I was ready to play COL cuz LA is still good enough to grind out a 2-1 win in o.t or something but it got me thinking about the under. If LA is already missing their best offensive player AND they let in a few softies in their opener they will likely try to get back to what won them the Cup last year and thats defense first hockey. I also think COL is a young enough team that LA can "suck" them into playing their game. Both teams have solid tenders (advantage LA) and I expect we may just see a tight low scoring game.

While I'm talking tight games one thing to watch this year is o.t games. Something like 13.6% games go to o.t but it happens nearly twice as often in inter-conference games since both teams want that single point just for getting o.t so bad they play a defensive game and then they battle it out in o.t for the extra point. This year all we have is inter-conference games so we should expect the o.t games to be up considerably.

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(1)LAK/COL U 5 +105 risking a half unit

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Posted: 1/22/2013 9:01:00 PM
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