Montreal at Philadelphia (01/08/2014)

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Posted: 1/7/2014 12:15:32 AM

Away: Montreal [25-14 SU]
Home: Philadelphia [22-17 SU]

Game Time: 7:30 PM
Stadium: Wells Fargo Center

Recent Meetings:
12/12/13 - MON 1 vs. PHI 2
10/05/13 - PHI 1 vs. MON 4

Team Leaders:

Montreal:
Goals: Max Pacioretty 19
Assists: P.K Subban 26
Goals Against: Peter Budaj 2.05

Philadelphia:
Goals: Wayne Simmonds 14
Assists: Claude Giroux 26
Goals Against: Steve Mason 2.39

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Posted: 1/8/2014 9:24:04 AM
This season home teams playing with no rest have gone 42-29 (59.2%), and excluding pushes, they’ve seen 43 of 76-games go under the total set by sportsbooks in that exact scenario. If the home team is a money line underdog they’ve gone 15-10, and as a favorite 27-19. Home teams playing with no rest, and with a total of 5.0, have gone an extremely profitable 19-7 (73.1%) this year.


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Posted: 1/8/2014 9:43:38 AM

Montreal Canadiens @ Philadelphia Flyers

I’ve been backing the Flyers for the last couple of weeks but Wednesday is a spot where I’ll bet against them with my NHL picks. The reason for that is they’re in a tough spot with a tight turnaround. Tuesday’s stop in New Jersey was their last of a six-game road trip and now they have a tight back-to-back, playing host to Montreal on Wednesday. Based on the fatigue factor, I’ll take a shot with the Habs.


Lol. I just found this at the same place as the post above. The sites own expert picks against his own trend???

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Posted: 1/8/2014 10:39:46 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by JDaggz:

This season home teams playing with no rest have gone 42-29 (59.2%), and excluding pushes, they’ve seen 43 of 76-games go under the total set by sportsbooks in that exact scenario. If the home team is a money line underdog they’ve gone 15-10, and as a favorite 27-19. Home teams playing with no rest, and with a total of 5.0, have gone an extremely profitable 19-7 (73.1%) this year.

Thats excellent JDaggz. Where did you pull this from if I may ask? I was leaning PHI before but now even more. 


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Posted: 1/8/2014 12:21:47 PM
The UNDER when one team is playing with no rest is a great trend. I play someting very close to that. 

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Posted: 1/8/2014 1:42:26 PM
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