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Posted: 12/20/2013 1:32:44 AM

Away: Colorado [23-10 SU]
Home: Los Angeles [24-8 SU]

Game Time: 4:00 PM
Stadium: Staples Center

Recent Meetings:
11/23/13 - COL 1 vs. LA 0

Team Leaders:

Colorado:
Goals: Matt Duchene 16
Assists: Matt Duchene 15
Goals Against: Jean-Sebastien Giguere 1.96

Los Angeles:
Goals: Anze Kopitar 11
Assists: Mike Richards 21
Goals Against: Martin Jones 0.85

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Posted: 12/21/2013 3:26:40 AM
Los Angeles Over Colorado!

100% of the experts (4-0) are with Colorado here!  Scares me a bit!  But Avalanche 0-4 putting together back-to-back wins recently...and LA certainly no Edmonton! 

Los Angeles now 8-1 vs. ML in their last 9 games, and 4-0 at home during that run!  Will look for Kings to avenge recent 1-0 loss to Colorado in overtime at LA.

Home team 4-1 last 5 meetings!

"Under" is 4-0-2 last 6 meetings in Los Angeles!

Los Angeles Over Colorado!  2 Unit Wager! 

Under 5 Goals!  2 Unit Wager! 

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Posted: 12/21/2013 9:23:59 AM
The only reason I see to take the Avs is a 2.45 ML but I expect there's a good reason that the line is set that way. Avs are 3-11 in 4 in 6 situation. LA is really tough right now. They show up to play every night. 
 They're looking like they can trade a back up goalie to get whatever piece they feel they need for a playoff run. (provided they stay healthy and the hockey gods keep smiling on them). I'm not sure if there is any team I would take to beat LA in their own building, and there surely  isn't one that could be called a "lock"
At 1.59 LA would it be best to parlay a LA ML pick with say Bruins ML or is it better to keep them seperated? 1.59 just doesn't  feel like there's enough juice in that. I think parlay favorites and single bet the under dogs is the way to go but am unsure

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Posted: 12/21/2013 2:28:34 PM
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Posted: 12/21/2013 3:32:48 PM
La has a goalie starting that goal average is .85 in his season starts so la and the under!!!
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