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Posted: 1/11/2014 1:42:42 AM

Away: Minnesota [24-18 SU]
Home: Nashville [19-20 SU]

Game Time: 7:00 PM
Stadium: Bridgestone Arena

Recent Meetings:
10/22/13 - NAS 0 vs. MIN 2
10/08/13 - MIN 2 vs. NAS 3

Team Leaders:

Minnesota:
Goals: Jason Pominville 18
Assists: Mikko Koivu 27
Goals Against: Josh Harding 1.66

Nashville:
Goals: Craig Smith 13
Assists: David Legwand 21
Goals Against: Pekka Rinne 2.31

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Posted: 1/12/2014 10:53:43 AM
There are 3 games that all fall into the same situation but only this one has a ML worth looking at. Taking the home team on the second night of double headers has a really high chance of winning. Add in the fact that this game's total is set at 5 and the chance grow to approx 70%. The same trend is also true of the o/u.I got this info from Pucking Hockey and was skeptical but tried it last week in the Philly home game that met these criteria and it worked well. By the logic of this trend the Preds have a 70% chance at a win and the total has a 70% chance of an under. The other games would be Ducks and Hawks but the total being set at 5.5 lowers the chance to 59% or so.
I hate to say this but I'm unable to find the original post on Pucking Hockey site. 
Personally Im taking the Preds and under 5 and also thinking about a Ducks + Hawks + Preds parlay. Problem is at 59-70% one is probably a miss just hope its not this one. 
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Posted: 1/12/2014 10:56:33 AM
Found it
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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