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    Boston Bruins + New York Islanders – OVER 5

    (System Record: 13-0, lost last 2 games)
    Overall Record: 13-14-4

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    Dallas Stars -105 over Detroit Red Wings


    Preview: Dallas at Detroit

    When: 3:00 PM ET, Sunday, November 8, 2015

    Where: Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Michigan

    The Detroit Red Wings try their hand at slowing down the scoring duo of Tyler Seguin and captain Jamie Benn when they host the Western Conference-leading Dallas Stars on Sunday afternoon. Seguin tops the league in points (21) with at least one in seven straight games and Benn was the only player in the NHL with double figures in goals (10) entering Saturday’s contests.

    Seguin has totaled 11 points during his streak, including a hat trick at Boston on Tuesday, and the Stars have won five of their last six – including two of three on their four-game road trip. Detroit has won three straight after suffering through a 1-5-1 stretch and has allowed one goal in each of its last two contests. Captain Henrik Zetterberg leads the Red Wings with 15 points after notching the 300th goal of his career in a 2-1 overtime triumph at Toronto on Friday. Detroit has gained at least one point in six consecutive games (5-0-1) against Dallas, including a wild 7-6 overtime triumph in the most recent meeting in February.

    TV: 3 p.m. ET, RSN, FSN Southwest (Dallas), FSN Detroit

    ABOUT THE STARS (11-3-0): Coach Lindy Ruff continues to shuffle his goaltenders with success as Kari Lehtonen responded with victories in the last two games after Antti Niemi suffered only his second loss in eight decisions at Toronto. Lehtonen, who could get his third straight start against the Red Wings, has stopped 66-of-70 shots this month. Antoine Roussel (upper body) is expected to return to the lineup while fellow forward Patrick Sharp (undisclosed) missed practice Saturday and is questionable.

    ABOUT THE RED WINGS (7-5-1): Detroit continues to search for consistent offense without Pavel Datsyuk (ankle), who is closing in on his season debut. Rookie Dylan Larkin has picked up some of the slack with four goals and 10 points in his first 13 NHL games while posting an impressive plus-12 rating, and Gustav Nyquist has netted a team-high five tallies. Defenseman Mike Green (shoulder) is questionable after missing the last six games while Landon Ferraro left Friday’s contest with a lower-body injury.


    1. Red Wings G Jimmy Howard, who is off to a solid start with a .934 save percentage, needs 50 minutes to reach 20,000 in his career.

    2. Dallas D John Klingberg has recorded six of his 13 points on the power play, where the Stars rank second in the league at 28.9 percent.

    3. Detroit LW Justin Abdelkader has notched an assist in each of his last two games after going nine contests without a point.

    PREDICTION: Red Wings 4, Stars 3


    Preview: Vancouver at New Jersey

    When: 5:00 PM ET, Sunday, November 8, 2015

    Where: Prudential Center, Newark, New Jersey

    After getting off to a disappointing start to their season-high seven-game road trip, the Vancouver Canucks look to bounce back when they visit the New Jersey Devils on Sunday. Vancouver kicked off its lengthy trek Saturday with a 3-2 loss at Buffalo, marking the first time this campaign it failed to earn at least one point on the road (4-1-1).

    The Canucks battled back from a two-goal deficit before former Sabre Ryan Miller allowed the winning goal with 17 seconds remaining in the third period Saturday. New Jersey continues its three-game homestand that began Friday with a 4-2 triumph over reigning Stanley Cup champion Chicago. It was the third win in four home games for the Devils, who have scored four goals in four of their last seven overall contests. Vancouver and New Jersey split their two meetings last season, with each club winning at home.

    TV: 5 p.m. ET, SNET-Pacific (Vancouver), MSG-Plus 2 (New Jersey)

    ABOUT THE CANUCKS (6-4-4): It took Chris Higgins only two games to record his first goal of the season. The 32-year-old left wing missed Vancouver’s first 12 contests with a fractured foot, which he suffered during the preseason. Captain Henrik Sedin is riding a five-game point streak after scoring his first goal in seven contests on Saturday.

    ABOUT THE DEVILS (7-5-1): Cory Schneider could be watching his former team from the bench Sunday after making 10 consecutive starts (7-2-1). If Keith Kinkaid gets the call, it would be his third start of the season and first since falling to Nashville on Oct. 13. Jiri Tlusty returned to action Friday after missing two games with a shoulder injury, recording two shots and a plus-1 rating in 14:46 of ice time.


    1. Devils RW Kyle Palmieri has notched eight of his 10 points this season over his last seven contests.

    2. Vancouver is 0-for-7 on the power play over its last three games.

    3. New Jersey C Travis Zajac has recorded at least one point in six of his last eight contests after beginning the season with a four-game drought.

    PREDICTION: Canucks 4, Devils 2


    Preview: Boston at NY Islanders

    When: 5:00 PM ET, Sunday, November 8, 2015

    Where: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York

    The Boston Bruins attempt to salvage the finale of their three-game road trip when they visit the New York Islanders on Sunday. Boston won its first five road games of the season but has struggled on its current trek, getting outscored 8-3 in losses at Washington and Montreal.

    The Bruins were 20 minutes away from victory on Saturday, but the Canadiens rallied for three goals in the third period – including the go-ahead tally with 1:08 remaining and an empty-netter 20 seconds later. New York also is coming off a setback at Montreal – a 4-1 defeat on Thursday in which the Canadiens also staged a three-goal rally in the third period. The Islanders have struggled offensively of late, scoring fewer than three goals in each of their last five contests (1-2-2). Boston is looking to clinch the three-game season series against New York after handing the Islanders their first regulation loss at Barclays Center on Oct. 23.

    TV: 5 p.m. ET, NESN (Boston), MSG Plus (New York)

    ABOUT THE BRUINS (6-6-1): Frank Vatrano had a nice NHL debut Saturday, recording a goal, a plus-1 rating and four of Boston’s 42 hits. The 21-year-old native of East Longmeadow, Mass. was recalled a day earlier from Providence, where he netted 10 tallies in 10 games to lead the American Hockey League. Matt Beleskey piled up a team-high seven hits in Saturday’s loss while Loui Eriksson and defenseman Torey Krug were the only members of the Bruins who failed to register at least one.

    ABOUT THE ISLANDERS (7-4-3): A five-game point drought has led to a demotion for Ryan Strome, who was sent to Bridgeport of the AHL on Friday. “It’s just another obstacle,” Strome told the Connecticut Post. “There seems to be a couple of hurdles for me to get over in my career, and this is another. I’m looking forward to the opportunity to prove myself.” The 22-year-old, who recorded 17 goals and 50 points in 81 contests last season, hasn’t tallied since Oct. 12 and has only five points in 12 games.


    1. Islanders captain John Tavares returned from a three-game absence due to an illness and recorded a team-high five shots in Thursday’s loss.

    2. Boston Cs Ryan Spooner and Joonas Kemppainen each notched a goal and an assist in the victory on Oct. 23.

    3. New York has failed to earn a point in only two of its first nine games in its new home in Brooklyn (5-2-2).

    PREDICTION: Islanders 3, Bruins 2


    Preview: Edmonton at Chicago

    When: 8:00 PM ET, Sunday, November 8, 2015

    Where: United Center, Chicago, Illinois

    The defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks need a boost as they return home Sunday to take on the Edmonton Oilers. The Blackhawks have dropped two in a row and own just one victory in their last five contests, but they could get back veteran right wing Marian Hossa from a three-game absence due to a lower-body injury.

    Patrick Kane is among the league leaders with 19 points after recording at least one in nine straight games for Chicago, which is 6-1-1 in eight home contests. “There’s no panic at all,” Blackhawks defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson told reporters after a 4-2 loss at New Jersey on Friday. “But the league is so even nowadays. … we can’t get too far behind.” The Oilers dropped a 2-1 decision to Pittsburgh in their first game since rookie Connor McDavid suffered a broken collarbone that will keep him out a few months. Chicago still will have to deal with Taylor Hall, who has recorded 12 points in his last seven contests.

    TV: 8 p.m. ET, NHLN, RSN (Edmonton), WGN (Chicago)

    ABOUT THE OILERS (5-9-0): The loss of McDavid will give 2014 first-round pick Leon Draisaitl an opportunity to earn more minutes, and the center has produced seven points in his first four games since being recalled. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins also has raised his game of late, registering nine points in his last seven contests after a slow start. Anders Nilsson has stopped 51-of-55 shots in the last two games after Cam Talbot surrendered five goals – including a soft one with 8.7 seconds left – in the loss to Calgary on Oct. 31.

    ABOUT THE BLACKHAWKS (7-6-1): Kane has totaled six goals, including one in each of the last three games, during his point streak while rookie Artemi Panarin continues to shine with 12 points in his first 14 NHL contests. Captain Jonathan Toews has scored five goals in his last seven games after being blanked in his first seven contests of the campaign. While Hossa may return to the lineup, center Artem Anisimov is day-to-day after leaving Friday’s game with a lower-body injury.


    1. Chicago F Teuvo Teravainen has posted four points in his last three games after being shut out in four straight.

    2. Edmonton RW Jordan Eberle registered one shot in his 2015-16 season debut on Friday after missing time with a shoulder injury.

    3. The Blackhawks are 6-1-0 in their last seven meetings with the Oilers, but Edmonton took points in two of three last season (1-1-1).

    PREDICTION: Blackhawks 5, Oilers 2



    Hot teams
    — Dallas Stars won five of their last six games. Detroit won its last three, allowing five goals.

    — Devils won seven of their last nine games.

    Cold teams
    — Vancouver lost seven of its last ten games.

    — Bruins lost their last three games, scoring six goals.
    Islanders lost four of their last five.

    — Edmonton lost five of its last seven games. Chicago lost four of its last five.

    Series records

    — Red Wings won four of last five games with Dallas.

    — Canucks won six of last seven games with New Jersey.

    — Islanders lost four of last five games with Boston.

    — Oilers lost six of last seven games with Chicago.

    — Last four Dallas-Detroit games went over total; last one was 7-6.

    — Under is 4-1-1 in last six Vancouver-New Jersey games.

    — Over is 10-2-1 in last thirteen Boston games.

    — Five of last six Edmonton-Chicago games went over.


    Grand Salami – November
    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

    11/1 5 26.5 29 OVER
    11/2 3 15.5 16 OVER
    11/3 9 48.5 49 OVER
    11/4 4 21.5 27 OVER
    11/5 9 49.5 46 UNDER
    11/6 6 31.5 26 UNDER
    11/7 11 58 47 UNDER
    11/8 4 –


    StatFox Super Situations™ – FoxSheets

    Play On – Home teams against the money line (DETROIT) off a win against a division rival against opponent off 2 or more consecutive road wins
    38-10 over the last 5 seasons. ( 79.2% | 27.9 units )
    1-2 this year. ( 33.3% | -1.4 units )

    Play On – A favorite against the money line (DETROIT) off a win against a division rival against opponent off 2 or more consecutive road wins
    37-7 over the last 5 seasons. ( 84.1% | 28.0 units )
    1-2 this year. ( 33.3% | -1.4 units )


    NHL Hockey Betting Trends – Sunday – Nov, 8

    Dallas at Detroit, 3:05 PM ET
    Dallas: 16-7 SU in road games in non-conference games
    Detroit: 32-39 SU as a home favorite

    Vancouver at New Jersey, 5:05 PM ET
    Vancouver: N/A
    New Jersey: N/A

    Boston at NY Islanders, 5:05 PM ET
    Boston: 18-8 SU in a road game where where the total is 5.5
    New York: 33-40 SU in a home game where where the total is 5.5

    Edmonton at Chicago, 8:05 PM ET
    Edmonton: 13-39 SU first half of the season
    Chicago: 15-4 SU after 2 or more consecutive overs



    Dallas Stars vs Detroit Red Wings – OVER 5.5


    Johnny Goodtimes

    New York Islander [-145-150] 2 Units


    H&H Sports

    Double Dime
    New York Islanders -145

    NHL (48-31 ytd +1625)



    Steam Rot#: 5 Team: Boston PL+1.5 -186

    Steam Rot#: 5 Team: Boston/NY Islanders – OVER 5



    Steam Rot#: 5 Team: Boston PL+1.5 -186

    Steam Rot#: 5 Team: Boston/NY Islanders – OVER 5

    Steam Rot#: 3 Team: Vancouver -110


    (13-2 this Season)

    3* Blackhawks (regulation)

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