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    Preview: Philadelphia at Buffalo

    When: 7:00 PM ET, Friday, October 30, 2015

    Where: First Niagara Center, Buffalo, New York

    The Buffalo Sabres are no longer the lowest-scoring team in the league, and converting more of their abundant chances is the next objective for the young squad. The Sabres look to continue their progress and post a second victory in four days over the Philadelphia Flyers when the Eastern Conference rivals meet in Buffalo on Friday.

    The Sabres recorded a season-high 53 shots on goal – the sixth time in the last eight games they have had at least 30 – in a 4-3 loss at Pittsburgh on Thursday after edging the Flyers 4-3 in overtime 48 hours earlier. Philadelphia gave up 40 shots in the loss to Buffalo and followed that with a 4-1 defeat at home against New Jersey on Thursday. Michal Neuvirth is expected to be in net for Friday’s contest after Steve Mason started the last three for the Flyers. Philadelphia must improve on the penalty kill, which has allowed five goals in the last four games and nine overall this season – one shy of the league high.

    TV: 7 p.m. ET, TCN (Philadelphia), MSG (Buffalo)

    ABOUT THE FLYERS (4-3-2): Philadelphia, which starts a five-game road trip in Buffalo that continues on to Western Canada, could get back center Sean Couturier from a concussion that has sidelined him for three contests. The Flyers still are waiting for production from Jakub Voracek, who has managed just three assists in nine games after posting 22 goals and 81 points in 82 contests last season. Brayden Schenn and defenseman Mark Streit lead the team with six points apiece while captain Claude Giroux has five.

    ABOUT THE SABRES (3-7-0): Buffalo is averaging 2.2 goals and 33.6 shots – second in the league behind the Flyers (34.1) – after finishing the 2014-15 campaign at 1.87 and 24.2, respectively. Newcomer Ryan O’Reilly has keyed the offense with 10 points while second-overall draft pick Jack Eichel has matched him with three goals but owns a minus-7 rating. Tyler Ennis (three goals, two assists) sat out Thursday’s contest with a lower-body injury and is considered day-to-day.


    1. After Buffalo G Chad Johnson made 25 saves on Thursday, rookie Linus Ullmark could make his second career start against the Flyers.

    2. Phialdelphia C Vincent Lecavalier notched an assist and logged 7:16 of ice time in his season debut Thursday after being a healthy scratch for the team’s first eight games.

    3. The Sabres are converting at 23.7 percent on the power play to place in the top 10 but are last in the NHL on the penalty kill (66.7 percent).

    PREDICTION: Flyers 4, Sabres 2


    Preview: Toronto at NY Rangers

    When: 7:00 PM ET, Friday, October 30, 2015

    Where: Madison Square Garden, New York, New York

    The New York Rangers look to extend their point streak to six contests on Friday when they continue their three-game homestand against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Although New York cruised to a 4-1 victory over Calgary on Sunday to improve to 3-0-2 in its last five contests, coach Alain Vigneault isn’t convinced he’s receiving all that he can out of his charges.

    “If you would go through our whole group and ask them to rate themselves from one to 10, other than both goaltenders, maybe (defenseman Kevin Klein) and (center Derek Stepan) to some extent, there’d be a lot of people that would be hovering on getting a talk from their mother about their marks on their first report card,” Vigneault told the New York Daily News. If that’s the case, imagine the conversations being held for the mothers of the Maple Leafs, who have dropped four in a row (0-3-1). Like New York, Toronto has had plenty of time in between games as it suffered a 4-3 home setback to Arizona on Monday. Defenseman Morgan Rielly has scored in consecutive games and tallied twice in his last meeting with the Rangers.

    TV: 7 p.m. ET, RSNO (Toronto), MSG (New York)

    ABOUT THE MAPLE LEAFS (1-5-2): Coach Mike Babcock could see the returns of forward Tyler Bozak and blue-liner Jake Gardiner, who are both nursing back injuries. “Hopefully we can get some chemistry and help the guys win (Friday),” Bozak told the team’s website. “I’m feeling really good now and just excited to get back out there.” Jonathan Bernier is searching for his first win this season (0-4-1), but is 2-1-2 in his career versus the Rangers.

    ABOUT THE RANGERS (6-2-2): With just one goal and two assists, Rick Nash hasn’t gotten out of the blocks the way he would’ve liked, but a date with Toronto could be just what the doctor ordered. The top-line forward notched three assists in his last meeting and collected five points in the teams’ three-game series in 2014-15. Rookie Oscar Lindberg is enjoying a scintillating start with a team-leading five goals and seven points.


    1. New York G Henrik Lundqvist, who has been confirmed to start on Friday, has dropped five of his last eight decisions (3-4-1) versus Toronto.

    2. The Maple Leafs signed Rich Clune to a contract on Thursday and placed fellow F Marc Arcobello on waivers.

    3. Toronto took two of three from its Original Six rival last season, with the teams combining for 27 goals.

    PREDICTION: Rangers 5, Maple Leafs 3


    Preview: Columbus at Washington

    When: 7:00 PM ET, Friday, October 30, 2015

    Where: Verizon Center, Washington, District Of Columbia

    The Columbus Blue Jackets have answered a franchise-worst start by winning two straight contests heading into the finale of their four-game road trip versus the Washington Capitals on Friday. All-Star forward Ryan Johansen missed both victories due to an undisclosed illness, but returned to practice on Thursday and declared himself set to play versus Washington.

    “I feel good,” Johansen told the Columbus Dispatch. “I just had some things I’m not used to and I wanted to do some digging and figure out what’s going on. I’m happy that I can come back out here and get back on the ice (Thursday) and know that I’m 100 percent now.” While the Blue Jackets are enjoying a modest winning streak, the Capitals saw their five-game victorious stretch come to an end with a 3-1 setback to Pittsburgh on Wednesday. NHL First Star of the Week Evgeny Kuznetsov had his team’s lone tally to extend point streak to four games, during which he has collected four goals and six assists.

    TV: 7 p.m. ET, FSN Ohio (Columbus), CSMA (Washington)

    ABOUT THE BLUE JACKETS (2-8-0): Columbus has won two out of three games under the direction of fiery coach John Tortorella, who took the “blame” for his team’s performance following Tuesday’s 3-1 victory over New Jersey. “We didn’t play that well, and that’s on me,” Tortorella said after his team mustered just 14 shots. “We looked tired (Tuesday), and it’s me not knowing the club right now.” Boone Jenner tallied versus the Devils and has three of his team-leading six goals in the last two games, but has failed to score in six career meetings with Washington.

    ABOUT THE CAPITALS (6-2-0): Captain Alex Ovechkin saw his season-opening six-game point streak come to an end versus Pittsburgh, but a date with Columbus always seems to get him back on track. The three-time Hart Trophy winner has scored 12 times in 17 career meetings, including a pair of two-goal performances last season. Ovechkin matched T.J. Oshie with a club-best five shots on goal Wednesday, although the latter has struggled mightily from the faceoff circle (7-for-21) in 2015-16.


    1. Columbus LW Brandon Saad missed Thursday’s practice with a stomach flu and did not accompany the team to the nation’s capital.

    2. Washington is just 2-for-12 on the power play in the last four games after going 5-for-13 in the previous four.

    3. The Capitals are playing the second of eight straight games versus Eastern Conference foes.

    PREDICTION: Capitals 3, Blue Jackets 2


    Preview: Colorado at Carolina

    When: 7:00 PM ET, Friday, October 30, 2015

    Where: PNC Arena, Raleigh, North Carolina

    Two teams looking to build off inspiring victories meet when the Colorado Avalanche visit the Carolina Hurricanes on Friday. The Avalanche halted a four-game winless streak with a hard-working 2-1 win at Tampa Bay on Thursday, while Carolina rallied for a 3-2 overtime triumph, capped by defenseman Ron Hainsey’s goal, against the New York Islanders.

    Colorado still is struggling offensively with seven goals in its last five games and is just 2-for-29 on the power play in the past six, but it may feel better after Thursday’s effort. “We have to continue to play with that same urgency,” Avalanche forward Alex Tanguay told reporters. “We have to want the puck and want to make plays with it, and hopefully, bounces will come our way.” The Hurricanes edged Colorado 1-0 in overtime on Oct. 21 and also defeated talented Detroit twice during a solid 4-3-0 road trip. Carolina needs to get its offense going as well after averaging two goals in the first 10 games and ranking last in the league on the power play (3-for-37).

    TV: 7 p.m. ET, Altitude2 (Colorado), FSN Carolinas

    ABOUT THE AVALANCHE (3-5-1): The new line of Tanguay, Nathan MacKinnon and Jarome Iginla combined for 12 shots on goal and six points on Thursday. “We all can score, it’s a good mix, we seem to mesh pretty well,” MacKinnon told reporters. “I thought we controlled the play and were good defensively.” Semyon Varlamov is expected to start for the second straight night after turning aside 34 shots to end a three-game winless streak and emerge victorious for the second time in six contests.

    ABOUT THE HURRICANES (4-6-0): Center Jordan Staal notched his first two points of the season Thursday, including an assist on the winning goal. The Hurricanes need Jeff Skinner and Elias Lindholm, who each have recorded just one goal, to warm up while captain Eric Staal and defenseman Justin Faulk have recorded six points apiece to lead the team. Coach Bill Peters told reporters 18-year-old defenseman Noah Hanifin would play his 10th game and remain with the team to burn the first season of his three-year, entry-level contract.


    1. Iginla notched two assists Thursday to give him 1,233 career points, passing Phil Housley (1,232) for 38th place on the all-time list.

    2. Carolina’s Eddie Lack posted his first victory with the Hurricanes on Thursday while fellow G Cam Ward has stopped 83-of-87 shots in his last four games.

    3. Eight of the last nine games in the series have been decided by a goal while four of the last seven have ended in overtime or a shootout.

    PREDICTION: Avalanche 4, Hurricanes 2


    Preview: Ottawa at Detroit

    When: 7:30 PM ET, Friday, October 30, 2015

    Where: Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Michigan

    The Detroit Red Wings have won only once since opening the season with three consecutive victories and are mired in an offensive tailspin as they get set to host the Ottawa Senators on Friday night in the first leg of a home-and-home set. Detroit is 1-4-1 over its last six games and has produced a total of 11 goals in that span.

    “We know we have more in here, and we need more,” Red Wings defenseman Niklas Kronwall said. “We need more out of everybody. I’ve got to be better, and we’ve all got to be better as a team.” Ottawa halted a four-game skid with a 5-4 shootout victory over Calgary on Wednesday night for its first home win of the season. Unlike Detroit, offense has not been an issue for the Senators, but they have struggled at the other end of the ice – allowing 15 goals in the past four games. The teams split four meetings last season, with the final three decided by one goal.

    TV: 7:30 p.m. ET, RDS, TSN5 (Ottawa), FSN Detroit

    ABOUT THE SENATORS (4-3-2): Bobby Ryan’s only non-shootout goal through eight games was into an empty net but he finally ended the drought with a second-period tally against the Flames. “Like I said many times over the past 20-something games, it’s daunting and weighing on you when you’re not contributing, so you hope that’s a stepping stone to being in the right direction,” Ryan said. Forward Mike Hoffman, who has four goals and four assists, will miss his third straight game with a lower-body injury but could return for Saturday’s matchup.

    ABOUT THE RED WINGS (4-4-1): Searching for a way to jump-start his offense, Detroit coach Jeff Blashill shuffled his lines at Thursday’s practice, elevating rookie Dylan Larkin back alongside captain Henrik Zetterberg and Justin Abdelkader. Riley Sheahan moved back between Tomas Tatar and Gustav Nyquist while Darren Helm and Luke Glendening centered the third and fourth lines, respectively. “We’re trying to get back on the horse,” Tatar said. “This might be the change that will work for us. Obviously, we are trying to make some chemistry in the lines.”


    1. The Senators have allowed the opening goal in seven straight games.

    2. Red Wings G Jimmy Howard takes a 5-3-0 record and 3.15 goals-against average versus Ottawa into Friday’s matchup.

    3. Senators captain Erik Karlsson has two goals and 11 points in 10 career games versus Detroit.

    PREDICTION: Red Wings 4, Senators 3


    Preview: Boston at Florida

    When: 7:30 PM ET, Friday, October 30, 2015

    Where: BB&T Center, Sunrise, Florida

    The Boston Bruins appear to have put a disastrous start to the season behind them and look to extend their point streak to six games when they visit the Florida Panthers on Friday night in the opening of a two-game trek through the Sunshine State. The Bruins earned their first home victory with a 6-0 drubbing of Arizona on Tuesday to improve to 4-0-1 in their last five contests.

    Boston was outscored 16-7 during a season-opening three-game skid and had permitted 21 goals in its first four home games before shutting down the Coyotes. “Our thinking is defense first. We take a lot of pride in our battles,” Bruins captain Zdeno Chara said. “We’re still working on our goals-against improvements. We’re getting better goaltending lately. It’s a reflection of being better than we started.” Florida rolled to its second straight lopsided victory by drubbing Colorado behind three power-play goals and a short-handed tally. “(Special teams) are huge, it’s a big part of the game now. It gets the momentum going,” said Vincent Trocheck, who scored twice and added an assist.

    TV: 7:30 p.m. ET, NESN (Boston), FSN Florida

    ABOUT THE BRUINS (4-3-1): David Krejci continued his torrid start for Boston by scoring twice in Tuesday’s rout, extending his season-opening point streak to eight games and boosting his team-leading totals to seven goals and 14 points. “It’s really nice when the puck goes into the net, but it’s nice we’ve won four of the last five games,” Krejci said. Forward Jimmy Hayes, acquired from the Panthers in an offseason trade in exchange for Reilly Smith, had a goal and a pair of assists versus Arizona.

    ABOUT THE PANTHERS (5-3-1): Jaromir Jagr, who leads the team in goals (six) and points (10), left Tuesday’s game due to a lower-body injury and is questionable after skating for part of Thursday’s practice. “I was feeling good early, then it got sore. Every 24 hours makes a huge difference,” said the 43-year-old Jagr, who is also dealing with sore ribs that makes it hard for him to breathe. I want to play every game but I have to be able to play. I’ll go in morning skate and see what happens.”


    1. The teams split four meetings last season, with the home club prevailing in each.

    2. Krejci needs one assist to reach 300 for his career.

    3. Florida recalled F Logan Shaw from Portland of the American Hockey League on Thursday.

    PREDICTION: Panthers 3, Bruins 2


    Preview: Chicago at Minnesota

    When: 8:00 PM ET, Friday, October 30, 2015

    Where: Xcel Energy Center, Saint Paul, Minnesota

    Chicago visits Minnesota on Friday in their first matchup since the Blackhawks swept the Wild in the Western Conference semifinals last season en route to their third Stanley Cup title in the last six years. Minnesota improved to 4-0-0 at home this season with a 4-3 victory over Edmonton on Wednesday, while Chicago had its four-game winning streak snapped with a 3-1 loss in Winnipeg on Thursday.

    “We’re winning different ways,” coach Mike Yeo told reporters after the Wild erased a third-period deficit Wednesday with goals 43 seconds apart from defenseman Ryan Suter and Charlie Coyle. “We’re not perfect, but I think every game there’s been something different.” The Blackhawks haven’t scored a 5-on-5 goal in 235 minutes, 8 seconds – or since Artem Anisimov’s tally 4:02 into a 3-2 victory over Florida on Oct. 22. Chicago prevailed 1-0 in overtime in back-to-back contests prior to Thursday’s setback, which featured a power-play goal by Patrick Kane 1:26 into the contest. Minnesota plays its fourth game in six days, while Chicago endures back-to-back contests for the third time this season.

    TV: 8 p.m. ET, CSN Chicago, FSN North (Minnesota)

    ABOUT THE BLACKHAWKS (6-4-0): Scott Darling (1-1-0, 2.51 goals-against average, .906 save percentage) is expected to face Minnesota for the first time after Corey Crawford made his fifth consecutive start Thursday. Coach Joel Quenneville tried to jump-start his club’s offense as Tanner Kero, who scored five goals in six games with Rockford of the American Hockey League, centered the third line in his NHL debut Thursday. Kero, though, was a minus-1 while taking four shots in 11:40 of ice time.

    ABOUT THE WILD (6-2-1): Suter scored twice Wednesday – matching his goal total from last season. “I’m happy to see him get rewarded because I feel that his play has been very strong all year,” Yeo told reporters after Suter recorded the third multi-goal performance of his career. Devan Dubnyk (2.37, .902) improved to 6-2-0 following Minnesota’s 4-3 victory over Edmonton on Wednesday in his first game since an MRI on his left knee revealed “a little inflammation,” and is 4-6-0 with a 3.54 GAA and .902 save percentage in 12 contests (11 starts) versus Chicago.


    1. The Wild have allowed an NHL-high 11 goals in the first period, but the Blackhawks have scored only five times in the opening session.

    2. Minnesota has scored a power-play goal in two straight games and boasts a 23.3 percent success rate, while Chicago has killed 85.7 percent of its penalties.

    3. Chicago is 1-1-0 in the second contest of back-to-back games, defeating the New York Islanders 4-1 on Oct. 10 and losing in Washington by the same score five days later.

    PREDICTION: Wild 3, Blackhawks 2


    Preview: Montreal at Calgary

    When: 9:00 PM ET, Friday, October 30, 2015

    Where: Scotiabank Saddledome, Calgary, Alberta

    The Montreal Canadiens look to salvage the finale of their three-game road trip when they visit the struggling Calgary Flames on Friday. Montreal began the season with a nine-game winning streak before opening its trek Tuesday with a 5-1 loss at Vancouver.

    The Canadiens appeared well on their way to bouncing back as they built a 3-0 lead at Edmonton after one period Thursday before allowing four unanswered goals, including the game-winner with 62 seconds remaining in the third. Calgary returns home following a three-game road trip during which it earned one point (0-2-1). The Flames haven’t fared much better at Scotiabank Saddledome, losing their first four in their own building before posting a 3-2 overtime victory over Detroit on Oct. 23. Calgary went 1-0-1 against Montreal last season, limiting the Canadiens to two goals in each meeting.

    TV: 9 p.m. ET, RSN, RDS, CITY (Montreal)

    ABOUT THE CANADIENS (9-2-0): Despite the disappointing loss Thursday, Montreal received an encouraging sign in the form of Alex Galchenyuk. The 21-year-old ended his nine-game goal-scoring drought, tallying for the first time since netting the game-winner at Toronto in the season opener. Defenseman Andrei Markov is expected to play in his 858th game for the Canadiens, which would move him past Tom Johnson for 14th place on the franchise list.

    ABOUT THE FLAMES (2-7-1): Jonas Hiller left Wednesday’s shootout loss at Ottawa in the third period with a lower-body injury, prompting Calgary to recall Karri Ramo from Stockton of the American Hockey League on Thursday. The 29-year-old Finn went 0-3-0 with a 4.37 goals-against average before being assigned to the Heat after clearing waivers last week. Hiller, whose is listed as day-to-day, is 2-3-0 with a 3.67 GAA.


    1. Montreal C Torrey Mitchell has scored four goals in his last five games after netting just one in his first six contests.

    2. Former Flame C Paul Byron made his debut for Montreal on Thursday, recording one hit in 9:46 of ice time.

    3. Calgary assigned D Jakub Nakladal to Stockton on Thursday.

    PREDICTION: Canadiens 5, Flames 2


    Preview: Vancouver at Arizona

    When: 10:00 PM ET, Friday, October 30, 2015

    Where: Gila River Arena, Glendale, Arizona

    The Vancouver Canucks attempt to extend their point streak to four games when they visit the Arizona Coyotes on Friday. Vancouver enters the matchup against its Pacific Division rival with a 1-0-2 record over its last three contests after dropping a 4-3 overtime decision at Dallas on Thursday.

    The Canucks owned a 3-1 lead midway through the third period before falling to 3-0-1 on the road this season. Arizona looks to avoid a third straight loss at Gila River Arena after winning its home opener Oct. 10. The Coyotes also hope to rediscover their offense following a 6-0 setback at Boston on Tuesday. Vancouver went 3-1-1 against Arizona last season, allowing a total of two goals in its victories and four in the last four meetings after suffering a 5-0 loss in the initial matchup.

    TV: 10 p.m. ET, RSN (Vancouver), FSN Plus Arizona

    ABOUT THE CANUCKS (4-2-4): Brendan Gaunce on Thursday became the fourth Canuck to make his NHL debut this season. The 21-year-old center recorded one shot on goal and a minus-1 rating while winning his only faceoff in 10:47 of ice time. Daniel Sedin notched a pair of assists Thursday to raise his point total to eight, overtaking Brandon Sutter for the team lead.

    ABOUT THE COYOTES (5-4-1): Arizona’s offense could receive a boost by the returns of Martin Hanzal and Antoine Vermette from lower-body injuries. Hanzal, who shares the team scoring lead with 10 points (all assists), sat out Tuesday’s loss, while Vermette, who has yet to record a point in seven contests, has missed three games. Defenseman Connor Murphy, also dealing with a lower-body injury, definitely will be in the lineup Friday, according to coach Dave Tippett.


    1. Canucks RW Radim Vrbata has recorded three goals in his last four games after failing to tally in his first six contests.

    2. Hanzal is tied for the Coyotes’ scoring lead with rookie LW Max Domi, who has recorded four goals and six assists in 10 games.

    3. Vancouver is 0-4 in games that have ended in overtime this season.

    PREDICTION: Coyotes 4, Canucks 2


    NHL knowledge

    Hot teams

    — Rangers won three of their last four games.

    — Washington won five of its last six games. Columbus won last two games, after starting season 0-8.

    — Hurricanes won last two games, allowing three goals.

    — Bruins won four of their last five games. Florida won last two games, scoring ten goals.

    — Blackhawks won four of their last five games. Minnesota won three of last four.

    Cold teams

    — Buffalo lost five of last seven games. Flyers lost last two games, 4-1/4-3ot?

    — Maple Leafs lost their last four games, three by one goal.

    — Colorado lost four of its last five games.

    — Senators lost four of their last five games. Detroit lost five of its last six.

    — Montreal lost last two games, after starting out 8-0. Flames lost seven of their last eight.

    — Vancouver lost five of its last six games. Arizona lost five of its last seven

    Series records

    — Flyers won five of last seven games with Buffalo.

    — Rangers lost three of last four games with Toronto.

    — Blue Jackets lost three of last four visits to Washington.

    — Avalanche lost three of last four games with Carolina.

    — Red Wings won four of last six games with Ottawa.

    — Bruins won eight of their last ten games with Florida.

    — Blackhawks won four in row, eight of last ten vs Minnesota.

    — Flames won seven of last ten games with Montreal.

    — Canucks won three of last four games with Arizona.


    — Last four Buffalo games went over the total.

    — Four of last five Toronto-Ranger games went over.

    — Seven of last eight Columbus-Washington games went over.

    — Five of last six Colorado games stayed under.

    — Over is 7-2-1 in last ten Detroit-Ottawa games.

    — All eight Boston games went over the total.

    — Under is 8-0-1 in last nine Chicago games.

    — Last four Montreal games went over the total.

    — Five of last six Vancouver-Arizona games stayed under.


    Grand Salami – October
    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

    10/7 4 21.5 21 UNDER
    10/8 7 38.5 36 UNDER
    10/9 5 26.5 24 UNDER
    10/10 14 74.5 81 OVER
    10/11 1 5.5 4 UNDER
    10/12 5 27.5 25 UNDER
    10/13 9 48.5 44 UNDER
    10/14 4 22.5 25 OVER
    10/15 8 43.5 43 UNDER
    10/16 7 36.5 37 OVER
    10/17 10 53.5 58 OVER
    10/18 5 25.5 20 UNDER
    10/19 1 5 4 UNDER
    10/20 7 38.5 37 UNDER
    10/21 4 22.5 17 UNDER
    10/22 8 42.5 45 OVER
    10/23 6 33.5 45 OVER
    10/24 12 62 64 OVER
    10/25 3 16 19 OVER
    10/26 3 16 12 UNDER
    10/27 10 53.5 53 UNDER
    10/28 3 16.5 16 UNDER
    10/29 8 42.5 41 UNDER
    10/30 9 –


    StatFox Super Situations™ – FoxSheets

    Play On – Any team against the money line (NY ISLANDERS) off a home win where they shut out their opponent, with a winning record on the season playing a losing team in the first half of the season
    46-6 over the last 5 seasons. ( 88.5% | 35.2 units )
    5-1 this year. ( 83.3% | 3.9 units )

    Play On – Any team against the money line (ST LOUIS) off a home win where they shut out their opponent, with a winning record on the season playing a losing team in the first half of the season
    46-6 over the last 5 seasons. ( 88.5% | 35.2 units )
    5-1 this year. ( 83.3% | 3.9 units )

    Play On – Any team against the money line (ST LOUIS) off a home win where they shut out their opponent, with a winning record in the first half of the season
    84-26 over the last 5 seasons. ( 76.4% | 48.8 units )
    8-2 this year. ( 80.0% | 5.9 units )


    ‘Under’ bets keep cashing in Blackhawks games

    Another game, another scoreline that resulted in cashed under bets in Chicago Blackhawks games. The defending Stanley Cup champions were defeated 3-1 by the Winnipeg Jets Thursday evening, moving their Over/Under record to 0-8 in their opening 10 games.

    Chicago has tallied just 20 goals through those 10 games, but has allowed a paltry 19. More specifically, over their previous three games, the Hawks have managed just three goals.

    The Blackhawks are right back at it with a visit to the Minnesota Wild Friday evening. Oddsmakers have a total of 5 on the board for this game.



    Hockey Crusher
    Toronto Maple Leafs + New York Rangers – OVER 5

    (System Record: 10-0, won last game)
    Overall Record: 10-9-3

    Colorado Avalanche + Carolina Hurricanes – OVER 5

    Ottawa Senators + Detroit Red Wings – UNDER 5.5

    Columbus Blue Jackets + Washington Capitals – OVER 5.5



    Steam Rot#: 61 Team: Boston +110

    Steam Rot#: 55 Team: Toronto PL-1.5 -170

    Steam Rot#: 51 Team: Colorado +115

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