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    Preview: Tampa Bay at Pittsburgh

    When: 12:30 PM ET, Saturday, February 20, 2016
    Where: Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

    The Pittsburgh Penguins have feasted on home cooking over the last two months, posting a 9-1-2 mark at Consol Energy Center to climb back into the postseason picture. The Penguins look to continue that good fortune and extend their regular-season home winning streak over the Tampa Bay Lightning to 10 games when the teams meet on Saturday afternoon.

    Marc-Andre Fleury has played an integral role in that success and improved to 8-1-1 in his last 10 home starts by turning aside 35 shots in Pittsburgh’s 6-3 victory over Detroit on Thursday. The 31-year-old Quebec native wasn’t as fortunate in the first two meetings with Tampa Bay, yielding nine goals on 39 shots as the Lightning skated to a 5-4 overtime win on Jan. 15 and a 6-3 triumph on Feb. 5. Tampa Bay continued its offensive surge with a 6-5 shootout victory over Winnipeg on Thursday, but the players on the team took issue with its third-period collapse before notching its second win in six outings. “I don’t think we can walk out of here and be proud of our performance,” forward Steven Stamkos told the team’s website. “… Sometimes you win games and you can’t, as a team, collectively look in the mirror and be happy with that effort. It’s just unacceptable.”

    TV: 12:30 p.m. ET, SN, TVA, SUN (Tampa Bay), ROOT (Pittsburgh)

    ABOUT THE LIGHTNING (31-22-4): Nikita Kucherov is riding quite the hot streak with three goals in his last four outings – including the tying tally with 4:56 to play on Thursday. The 22-year-old Russian leads the team with 24 goals, but showed his ability to create offense with three assists in the first two meetings with the Penguins. Andrei Vasilevskiy has rebounded from a disastrous start to win seven of his last eight decisions – with a 36-save performance versus Pittsburgh on Jan. 15 included in the mix.

    ABOUT THE PENGUINS (29-19-8): Phil Kessel initially struggled when paired with captain Sidney Crosby to begin the season, but the former picked it up after being reunited with the two-time Hart Trophy winner on Thursday. Kessel recorded his fourth multi-goal performance of the season and has three goals in as many games. As for Kessel’s former linemate in Evgeni Malkin (lower body), he’ll see his consecutive games missed total reach nine by sitting out both Saturday’s contest and Sunday’s tilt at Buffalo.


    1. Tampa Bay C Vladislav Namestnikov, who recorded his first career hat trick versus Pittsburgh on Jan. 15, practiced on Friday after missing two games with an upper-body injury.

    2. The Penguins have killed off 14 consecutive power plays by their opponents while the Lightning are 1-for-19 with the man advantage in the last six contests.

    3. Pittsburgh RW Patric Hornqvist scored in each encounter versus Tampa Bay this season.

    PREDICTION: Penguins 3, Lightning 2


    Preview: Philadelphia at Toronto

    When: 7:00 PM ET, Saturday, February 20, 2016
    Where: Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario

    The Philadelphia Flyers continue their quest for a postseason berth – as well as their season high-tying five-game road trip – when they visit the basement-dwelling Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday. Philadelphia suffered a shootout loss at Montreal on Friday to fall to 1-1-1 on its trek but earned a point to climb within five of Tampa Bay for the second wild-card spot in the Eastern Conference.

    Shayne Gostisbehere notched an assist for the Flyers in a losing cause to run his NHL-record point streak for a rookie defenseman to 14 games, which also is the longest run by any league blue-liner since Brian Leetch’s 14-gamer from Oct.30-Dec. 1, 1996. Toronto ranks last in the league with 49 points, one behind Edmonton and six in back of Buffalo in the Atlantic Division. The Maple Leafs have lost five of their last six contests, including the opener of their four-game homestand against the New York Rangers on Thursday. Toronto took the opener of the three-game season series at Philadelphia on Jan. 19, when defenseman Matt Hunwick snapped a 2-2 tie with eight seconds remaining in the third period.

    TV: 7 p.m. ET, CSN Philadelphia, CBC (Toronto)

    ABOUT THE FLYERS (25-21-11): Captain Claude Giroux is on the verge of a milestone as his next point will be the 500th of his NHL career. It also will be the team-leading 50th of 2015-16 for the 28-year-old, who reached that plateau each of the previous two campaigns and four times in his first seven full seasons. Brayden Schenn has scored three goals in his last five games and needs three more to match his career high of 20 set in 2013-14.

    ABOUT THE MAPLE LEAFS (20-27-9): Things got even worse for Toronto on Friday as leading scorer Leo Komarov received a three-game suspension from the league for elbowing Rangers captain Ryan McDonagh in the head. The 29-year-old Komarov tops the Maple Leafs in goals (18) and points (35). Toronto went 0-for-5 on the power play Thursday and rank last in the NHL at 14.4 percent.


    1. Gostisbehere has collected four goals and 13 assists during his point streak.

    2. Toronto RW PA Parenteau has reached the 15-goal plateau for the fourth time in his career and first since scoring 18 with Colorado in 2012-13.

    3. Philadelphia’s Steve Mason likely will be in net as fellow G Michal Neuvirth has started two straight contests and three of four since returning from a lower-body injury.

    PREDICTION: Maple Leafs 3, Flyers 2


    Preview: Detroit at Ottawa

    When: 7:00 PM ET, Saturday, February 20, 2016
    Where: Canadian Tire Centre, Ottawa, Ontario

    The Detroit Red Wings are giving up goals at an alarming rate, but they get a chance to patch up their defensive holes against one of their favorite opponents when they visit the Ottawa Senators on Saturday. Detroit has yielded 10 tallies over the first two contests of its four-game road trip and has dropped four straight away from home.

    “We cannot play that way and have long-term success,” Detroit coach Jeff Blashill told reporters following Thursday’s 6-3 loss at Pittsburgh. The Red Wings have won three straight against the Senators and three in a row in Ottawa, including two this season. A 3-1 loss at Detroit started a three-game skid for the Senators, but they have rebounded with back-to-back victories over Buffalo and Carolina. Ottawa, which is six points out of the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, is seeking its first three-game winning streak since a four-game run from Nov. 19-25.

    TV: 7 p.m. ET, FSN Detroit, TVA, CITY (Ottawa)

    ABOUT THE RED WINGS (29-20-9): After allowing 15 goals in its last three games overall and 19 tallies in the four straight road losses, Detroit held a team meeting prior to Friday’s practice in Ottawa. “Just showing some stuff that we need to improve on,” forward Justin Abdelkader said. “Obviously, giving up five goals (per game) is not the style and the type of play that we want. That’s gonna move us forward here. We’ve got to be better, with some better attention to detail.” Petr Mrazek will get the start despite permitting five goals in each of his last two contests.

    ABOUT THE SENATORS (27-26-6): Craig Anderson made 30 saves to extend his home winning streak to four games, a span in which he’s allowed only five goals, but he surrendered nine tallies to Detroit in both losses at Canadian Tire Centre this season. While Alex Chiasson ended his 12-game goal-scoring drought, Zack Smith scored for the fourth time in seven games Thursday to boost his season total to 13 tallies – one shy of his career high set in 2011-12. Captain Erik Karlsson set up a pair of goals to increase his league-leading assist total to 54.


    1. Detroit C Dylan Larkin needs one goal to become the club’s first rookie to score 20 in a season since captain Henrik Zetterberg (2002-03).

    2. Karlsson has collected 15 points in 14 career games versus the Red Wings.

    3. Detroit RW Gustav Nyquist has notched five goals and six assists in 11 games against Ottawa and is riding a seven-game point streak in the series.

    PREDICTION: Senators 4, Red Wings 3


    Preview: Winnipeg at Florida

    When: 7:00 PM ET, Saturday, February 20, 2016
    Where: BB&T Center, Sunrise, Florida

    The focus for the Florida Panthers is to hold serve atop the Atlantic Division until several key injured players return to the ice, and that mindset is working as they enter Saturday’s home contest against the Winnipeg Jets hoping to earn points for the third consecutive game. Despite a rash of injuries that has sidelined several important performers, the Panthers won in a shootout Monday against Pittsburgh before earning a point in a shootout loss Thursday against San Jose.

    “I would have loved to have won the game in overtime or the shootout, but we got a big point tonight,” Florida coach Gerard Gallant told reporters after the game, in which 44-year-old Jaromir Jagr joined Gordie Howe as the only forwards that old to score in an NHL game. The Jets had a forgettable experience on the other side of the Sunshine State Thursday, scoring four unanswered goals in a dizzying third period at Tampa Bay before falling in a shootout 6-5. “I love the way we competed,” Winnipeg coach Paul Maurice – who only saw the first two periods before being ejected – told the media afterward. “I challenged them, and they responded.” The Jets are 3-2-1 in their past six games but sit 10 points out of the final Western Conference playoff spot.

    TV: 7 p.m. ET, Sportsnet (Winnipeg), FSN Florida (Florida)

    ABOUT THE JETS (25-28-4): Winnipeg was leveled by three goals in the final 4:22 of the first period Thursday and trailed 4-1 early in the third before forward Andrew Ladd led the rally with two goals – including a short-handed tally – and center Mark Scheifele picked up a goal and an assist as the Jets scored four times in 8:39. Goaltender Ondrej Pavelec made 21 saves in his third consecutive start since missing three months with a knee injury after surrendering only three goals total in his first two games. Center Bryan Little left the game late in the second period after a hit to the head and Maurice drew a bench minor for arguing before being tossed just before the start of the third.

    ABOUT THE PANTHERS (33-18-7): Jagr continues to lead Florida’s charge to the top of the division and second place in the Eastern Conference, moving within one goal of Brett Hull for third place on the NHL’s all-time list with his 740th career tally (18th this season). Injuries are the biggest concern at the moment as Florida placed center Brandon Pirri on injured reserve Thursday with an ankle injury while center Aleksander Barkov (upper-body injury) and defenseman Erik Gudbranson (concussion) missed their seventh and fifth consecutive games, respectively. Goaltender Al Montoya has made back-to-back starts for the first time all season, recording 17 saves Thursday – including three in overtime.


    1. Ladd’s second goal Thursday marked the 200th of his NHL career and the Jets’ captain is fourth on the franchise’s all-time goals list with 137.

    2. The Panthers recalled D Michael Matheson and F Kyle Rau from Portland of the AHL Friday, sending down F John McFarland and D Brent Regner.

    3. Winnipeg plays three of its next four away from home before opening a five-game homestand March 1 against the Panthers.

    PREDICTION: Panthers 3, Jets 1


    Preview: New Jersey at Washington

    When: 7:00 PM ET, Saturday, February 20, 2016
    Where: Verizon Center, Washington, District Of Columbia

    The Washington Capitals look to add to the best home record in the league when they host their Metropolitan Division-rival New Jersey Devils on Saturday. The Capitals have the most points in the NHL (88) and boast a 21-4-2 mark on home ice after knocking off Los Angeles on Tuesday as part of a 7-1-0 overall surge.

    Captain Alex Ovechkin has scored nine goals in his last eight games and has notched 41 points in 39 career contests against New Jersey. While the Capitals are cruising toward the postseason, the Devils have lost two in a row to drop just out of a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. New Jersey fell to the New York Islanders 1-0 despite a strong effort on Friday and sit one point behind Tampa Bay for the second wild card, but the teams just above the Devils have games in hand. New Jersey has earned points in four of its last six road games (3-2-1).

    TV: 7 p.m. ET, MSG Plus (New Jersey), CSN-DC (Washington)

    ABOUT THE DEVILS (29-23-7): Lee Stempniak tops the team in scoring (40 points) despite coming up empty in four consecutive games while Mike Cammalleri (38) could return soon from an hand injury. Kyle Palmieri scored his team-high 21st goal in the 6-3 loss to Philadelphia on Tuesday and Adam Henrique has 19, including three in his last seven games. Cory Schneider (25 wins) made 23 saves Friday, and coach John Hynes told reporters he was uncertain whether his No. 1 netminder would play on Saturday.

    ABOUT THE CAPITALS (42-10-4): While Ovechkin is closing in on his eighth 40-goal season, Evgeny Kuznetzov and Nicklas Backstrom also are having tremendous offensive seasons. Kuznetsov has recorded a team-high 58 points and Backstrom 54 – three more than Ovechkin – while the duo is a combined plus-46. Veteran Justin Williams has experienced a rebirth since signing as a free agent, sitting one away from his fifth 20-goal season and first since 2011-12 with Los Angeles.


    1. The Devils are 10-for-28 on the power play in nine games this month.

    2. Washington D Taylor Chorney, who is a plus-11 in 45 games, signed a two-year contract extension on Friday.

    3. The Capitals have won five straight in the series, including a 3-2 shootout triumph on Feb. 6.

    PREDICTION: Capitals 4, Devils 1


    Preview: Los Angeles at Nashville

    When: 8:00 PM ET, Saturday, February 20, 2016
    Where: Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, Tennessee

    After beginning their season-high seven-game road trip with a bang, the Los Angeles Kings are looking to avoid ending it with a whimper on Saturday as they visit the Nashville Predators. Los Angeles erupted for nine goals in the trip’s opener and added seven more in its next two contests before tallying just twice during its three-game losing skid (0-2-1).

    Tyler Toffoli scored in the Kings’ 2-1 overtime loss to St. Louis on Thursday to push his season total to a career-high 24 goals – with two coming in a 4-3 OT victory over Nashville on Oct. 31. While the Kings reside atop the Pacific Division, the Predators are jockeying for one of the two wild-card spots in the Western Conference. Pekka Rinne turned aside all 29 shots he faced to present Nashville with its second shutout in three games in a 2-0 victory over Boston on Tuesday. “We’ve struggled at home a little bit, so that’s a big win. That’s the way we have to play down the stretch,” said the 33-year-old Rinne, who is 14-9-3 at Bridgestone Arena this season.

    TV: 8 p.m. ET, FSN West (Los Angeles), FSN Tennessee (Nashville)

    ABOUT THE KINGS (33-20-4): To add injury to insult, leading scorer Anze Kopitar (lower body) left Thursday’s game in the first period and is considered day-to-day. “I mean, he’s our best player, so it’s a big loss for us. And saying that, it’s a big opportunity for other guys to elevate, and for other guys to step into the lineup and have an impact,” captain Dustin Brown told “That’s the good thing about a team sport, you have other guys that you can rely on.”

    ABOUT THE PREDATORS (27-21-10): Filip Forsberg scored and set up a goal on Thursday to extend his point total to nine (six goals, three assists) in his last six games. The 21-year-old Swede set up two goals in his last meeting with Los Angeles, but was limited to just one assist in his previous five encounters with the Kings. Mike Ribeiro has recorded his fair share of points versus Los Angeles (44 in 53 career meetings) and has eight assists in his last seven contests overall.


    1. Nashville RW Craig Smith has scored two goals and set up another in the last two contests after mustering just one assist in the previous six.

    2. Los Angeles has permitted six power-play goals in the last seven games.

    3. The Predators are 10-for-10 on the penalty kill after yielding five power-play tallies in their previous four contests.

    PREDICTION: Kings 2, Predators 1


    Preview: Boston at Dallas

    When: 8:00 PM ET, Saturday, February 20, 2016
    Where: American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas

    The Boston Bruins have struggled to find the net in their last two outings after erupting for 15 goals in the first three contests of their season-high six-game road trip. The Bruins vie for their fourth win of the trek on Saturday when they visit a Dallas Stars team that has dropped two in a row after winning seven of its previous eight.

    Tyler Seguin scorched the club that selected him with the second overall pick in the 2010 draft by recording a hat trick in Dallas’ 5-3 victory over Boston on Nov. 13. The 24-year-old’s scoring surge hasn’t waned as he tallied for the sixth time in nine outings in the Stars’ 6-3 setback to Pacific Division-rival Arizona on Thursday. Forward Loui Eriksson, who was acquired in the blockbuster deal for Seguin in July 2013, also has been enjoying a strong offensive run with five goals in six outings before the Bruins were shut out in a 2-0 loss to Nashville on Thursday. The 30-year-old Swede tallied twice in the previous meeting with Dallas, which selected him in the second round of the 2003 draft.

    TV: 8 p.m. ET, NESN (Boston), FSN Southwest (Dallas), NHL Network, NHL.TV

    ABOUT THE BRUINS (31-21-6): Boston’s pronounced power-play problems accompanied the team on the trip, as it has failed on all 19 opportunites with the man advantage in the last five games and is 3-for-51 in the last 16 contests. “We’re going to need the power play to score if we’re going to win games on this road trip,” defenseman Torey Krug told The Boston Globe. “Nobody’s been disappointed with the way we’ve been moving the puck. Now it’s about the finish. Maybe we have to get a little bit dirtier around the net.”

    ABOUT THE STARS (37-16-6): With nine points (five goals, four assists) in his last 14 games, Ales Hemsky was elevated to the top line with Seguin and captain Jamie Benn during Friday’s practice. “I like where he is at because it adds depth in the lineup, but I think it’s an opportunity in a game to put him there to create something that is real dynamic or if we need a goal,” coach Lindy Ruff said of Hemsky, who has scored twice during Dallas’ three-game road trip. Benn, who tallied on Thursday to reach the 30-goal plateau for the third straight season, joined fellow forward Jason Spezza and defenseman John Klingberg by notching a pair of assists in his last meeting with Boston.


    1. Boston G Tuukka Rask has been hot and cold of late, yielding two goals or fewer in five of his last seven contests while getting blitzed for five tallies in the other two.

    2. Spezza has recorded 51 points (18 goals, 33 assists) in 55 career meetings with the Bruins.

    3. Krug, who had two assists in the first meeting against Dallas, has been limited to just 15 points in his last 46 contests.

    PREDICTION: Stars 4, Bruins 2


    Preview: St. Louis at Arizona

    When: 9:00 PM ET, Saturday, February 20, 2016
    Where: Gila River Arena, Glendale, Arizona

    The surging St. Louis Blues have dominated opponents from the Pacific Division this season and look to continue that trend when they pay a visit to the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday. The Blues extended their winning streak to four games with a 2-1 victory over Los Angeles on Thursday to improve to 9-2-1 against Pacific foes.

    Brian Elliott has been magnificent for St. Louis since starter Jake Allen was injured early last month, posting three straight 2-1 victories while making 16 consecutive starts. Elliott is 11-3-2 in that span and riding a six-game point streak (5-0-1) for the Blues, who are only four points behind Central Division-leading Chicago. The Coyotes attempt to wrap up a perfect three-game homestand behind a revitalized offense that has produced six goals in back-to-back victories over Dallas and Montreal. Arizona has been unable to solve the Blues, losing six straight meetings while scoring a total of six goals.

    TV: 9 p.m. ET; FSN Midwest (St. Louis), FSN Arizona

    ABOUT THE BLUES (34-17-9): St. Louis is undefeated since the return of Jaden Schwartz, who provided a nice boost to the offense by scoring in three of four contests since returning from a 49-game absence due to a broken ankle. Schwartz, who set career highs with 28 goals and 63 points last season, netted the game-winning tally on a breakaway in overtime Thursday and looks to build on his success at a venue where he has registered four goals and nine points in five contests. Rookie Robby Fabbri has matched Schwartz with three goals in four games and has points in five of his last six.

    ABOUT THE COYOTES (27-24-6): Arizona also is getting a lift from its young legs as rookies Max Domi and Anthony Duclair combined with Martin Hanzal to amass nine points in Thursday’s 6-3 victory over Dallas. Domi ended a 14-game goal-scoring drought by tallying twice and setting up another goal to move into second place on the team with 39 points, while Duclair collected three assists to give him four goals and nine points over his last nine games. Hanzal has been hotter than both of his rookie linemates, scoring in three straight games and putting together back-to-back three-point performances.


    1. The Coyotes are 10-for-30 on the power play over their last seven games.

    2. Elliott is 5-2-0 with a 1.71 goals-against average and two shutouts versus Arizona.

    3. Coyotes G Mike Smith, sidelined since undergoing abdominal surgery in December, is expected to join the team on its upcoming five-game road trip.

    PREDICTION: Blues 3, Coyotes 1


    Preview: Colorado at Edmonton

    When: 10:00 PM ET, Saturday, February 20, 2016
    Where: Rexall Place, Edmonton, Alberta

    The Colorado Avalanche attempt to maintain their hold on a playoff berth in the Western Conference when they visit the last-place Edmonton Oilers on Saturday. Colorado, which has won three of its last four contests, is clinging to the second wild-card spot as it sits two points ahead of Minnesota and four in front of Arizona.

    Matt Duchene leads the Avalanche with 25 goals but has recorded only one in his last five games and two in the last eight. Edmonton is bringing up the rear in the West with 50 points – three behind Calgary and just one ahead of Toronto for last overall in the league. The Oilers’ play this month has not helped their cause, as they enter Saturday’s contest having lost three in a row and six of their last seven. Colorado won the opener of the three-game season series at home on Dec. 19, with defenseman Tyson Barrie registering a power-play goal and an assist.

    TV: 10 p.m. ET, Altitude (Colorado), CBC, Sportsnet (Edmonton)

    ABOUT THE AVALANCHE (30-26-4): Jarome Iginla leads the team with 10 power-play goals, which also tie him for eighth overall in the NHL. The 38-year-old’s next man-advantage tally will be the 188th of his career, tying him with Hall-of-Famer Ron Francis for 21st place on the all-time list. Reto Berra, who has not played since Dec. 9 due to an ankle injury, was sent to San Antonio of the American Hockey League for a two-week conditioning assignment.

    ABOUT THE OILERS (22-31-6): Connor McDavid has come back with a vengeance, registering five goals and nine assists in nine games since returning from a three-month absence due to a fractured clavicle. The 19-year-old rookie, who is tied for third on the team with two game-winning tallies, netted his 10th tally in Thursday’s loss to Minnesota to become the sixth member of the team to reach double digits. Taylor Hall leads the club in goals, needing one to reach 20 for the fourth time in his six NHL seasons.


    1. Calvin Pickard is expected to start against Edmonton, with fellow G Semyon Varlamov slated to be in net versus Vancouver on Sunday.

    2. Edmonton G Cam Talbot has started nine of the team’s last 11 contests.

    3. Colorado assigned D Nate Guenin, who failed to notch a point in 29 games, to San Antonio.

    PREDICTION: Avalanche 4, Oilers 2


    Hot teams
    — Pittsburgh won seven of its last ten games.
    — Washington won seven of its last eight games.
    — Senators won four of their last five home games.
    — Bruins won five of their last eight games.
    — St Louis won five of its last six games. Arizona won three of its last four.
    — Colorado won three of its last four games.

    Cold teams
    — Lightning lost four of their last six games.
    — Flyers lost six of their last eight games. Toronto lost five of its last six.
    — New Jersey is 3-5 in its last eight games.
    — Winnipeg lost three of its last four games. Florida lost five of its last seven games.
    — Detroit lost three of its last four games.
    — Los Angeles lost four of its last five games. Nashville lost four of last six at home.
    — Dallas lost last two games after winning seven of previous eight.
    — Edmonton lost six of its last seven games.

    Series records
    — Lightning won three of last four games with Pittsburgh.
    — Toronto is 6-4 in its last ten games with Philadelphia.
    — Devils lost their last five games with Washington.
    — Winnipeg won four of its last six games with Florida.
    — Red Wings won their last three games with Ottawa.
    — Kings lost five of their last six games with Nashville.
    — Road team won last five Boston-Dallas games.
    — Blues won their last six games with Arizona.
    — Avalanche won four of last six games with Edmonton.

    — Nine of last ten Tampa Bay-Pittsburgh games went over.
    — Last six Toronto games went over the total.
    — Five of last six New Jersey games stayed under.
    — Six of last nine Winnipeg games went over the total.
    — Seven of last nine Ottawa games went over the total.
    — Over is 4-1-1 in last six Los Angeles-Nashville games.
    — Seven of last nine Dallas games went over the total.
    — Under is 8-1-1 in last ten St Louis games.
    — Seven of last nine Edmonton games went over.

    — Flyers are 2-5 if they played the night before.
    — New Jersey won last three times they played night before.


    Grand Salami – February
    By VI News

    The Grand Salami in pro hockey is decided by adding up all the goals scored in every game scheduled for that particular day. You can wager on ‘over’ or ‘under’ the Grand Salami total. The total is set by adding up all listed ‘over/under’ odds for each game on that particular day.

    Note: The Grand Salami will have no action if any game is suspended or cancelled before the regulation time of three twenty minute periods. Also, regardless of the number of goals scored during the shoot out portion of the overtime, the final scored recorded for the game will give the winning team on more goal than its opponent based on the score at the end of regulation time.

    *The majority of sportsbooks do not put out a total on the Grand Salami when there is only one game on the card. For tracking purposes, we will continue to show the ‘over/under’ for goals and combined goals scored on days with just one game.


    Date No. of Games Total Goals Combined Goals Scored Result

    2/1 No games scheduled – – –
    2/2 12 64.5 75 OVER
    2/3 3 16 15 UNDER
    2/4 12 64.5 77 OVER
    2/5 4 21 27 OVER
    2/6 12 62 67 OVER
    2/7 3 16.5 17 OVER
    2/8 4 20 20 PUSH
    2/9 12 64.5 72 OVER
    2/10 3 16.5 10 UNDER
    2/11 9 49.5 66 OVER
    2/12 7 35.5 47 OVER
    2/13 10 52 56 OVER
    2/14 5 25 24 UNDER
    2/15 7 38.5 47 OVER
    2/16 8 43.5 39 UNDER
    2/17 3 16.5 21 OVER
    2/18 11 60.5 68 OVER
    2/19 5 26.5 24 UNDER
    2/20 9 –


    New World Insiders

    Edmonton Oilers -110


    Hockey Crusher

    Winnipeg Jets + Florida Panthers – OVER 5
    (System Record: 48-4, won last 2 games)
    Overall Record: 48-59-17

    Dallas Stars -140 over Boston Bruins

    St Louis Blues -136 over Arizona

    Los Angeles Kings -102 over Nashville Predators



    Play Florida -150 over Winnipeg



    500* Play Saint Louis -130 over Arizona

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