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Preview: Dallas at Boston
When: 7:00 PM ET, Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Where: TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts
The Stars will be out for all to see when Boston hosts Dallas on Tuesday, but the Bruins have a few bright spots of their own. Dallas captain Jamie Benn, who leads the league with 10 goals and 18 points, and Boston’s David Krejci were named the NHL’s First and Third Stars, respectively, of the Month of October, while the Bruins’ Brad Marchand claimed First Star of the Week honors after recording four goals and two assists while Boston went 3-0-0.
Krejci has collected seven goals and 15 assists and is a big reason why the Bruins, who have outscored opponents 17-3 during their four-game winning streak, rebounded from an 0-3-0 start by going 6-0-1 in their last seven contests. The 29-year-old center also has notched two goals and five assists on Boston’s power play, which leads the league by a wide margin at 35.3 percent (12-for-34). The Stars had their three-game winning streak snapped with a 4-1 loss in Toronto on Monday, but their 18 points still are second in the NHL to Montreal (22). Dallas’ Tyler Seguin, who played his first three seasons with the Bruins, is second in the league in points with 17 and centers a powerful line with Benn and left wing Patrick Sharp (four goals, nine points).
TV: 7 p.m. ET, FSN Plus Southwest (Dallas), NESN (Boston)
ABOUT THE STARS (9-3-0): Dallas recalled Devin Shore from Texas of the American Hockey League after the 21-year-old defenseman scored eight goals in nine games, and while it’s unclear when he’ll make his NHL debut, he could not be any happier. “I’ve never been more excited to be a healthy scratch in my entire life,” Shore told reporters Monday. “I am thrilled to be here and the stars aligned for my first road trip in the NHL to be 30 minutes from my house. I’ll be out of the lineup (Monday), but I will be in that building tonight as part of the Dallas Stars as they take on the Toronto Maple Leafs. It’s a pretty incredible feeling for me.” Antti Niemi has made seven straight starts and could give way to Kari Lehtonen, who is 8-7-0 with a 2.53 goals-against average and .917 save percentage in 15 games (14 starts) versus Boston.
ABOUT THE BRUINS (6-3-1): While Krejci and Marchand received the accolades, Patrice Bergeron has recorded four goals – all on the power play – and 10 points, while former Star Loui Eriksson (seven assists) and Jimmy Hayes (three goals) join Marchand (five goals) with nine points apiece. “… I think that’s a lot harder to play against, when (opponents) don’t know who to check,” coach Claude Julien told reporters. “So I like the fact that we have our scoring spread around.” Tuukka Rask (.889 save percentage) has yielded one goal in winning his last two games after allowing 14 in his first three starts (1-1-1).
1. Dallas is 10-for-40 on the power play – third in the NHL – with Benn scoring four times with the man advantage, and Seguin and Sharp once apiece.
2. Benn has registered four goals and two assists in six games versus the Bruins.
3. The teams split four meetings over the last two seasons, with the road team winning each contest.
PREDICTION: Stars 3, Bruins 2November 3, 2015 at 9:37 am #12191
Preview: New Jersey at NY Islanders
When: 7:00 PM ET, Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Where: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York
The New Jersey Devils vie for their third straight win and seventh in eight outings on Tuesday when they visit Barclays Center to face the suddenly skidding New York Islanders. The Devils’ unlikely ascent in the Metropolitan Division has been aided by Saturday’s 3-2 shootout win over New York that snapped a six-game losing streak in the series.
Mike Cammalleri (team-leading eight assists and 11 points) tallied in the fourth round of the bonus format, but the veteran forward has been held off the scoresheet in each of the last three games. Islanders captain John Tavares missed that contest and is expected to be a bystander for the third straight game as he deals with an undisclosed illness. After winning six of its first nine contests (6-1-2), New York suffered its third straight setback (0-2-1) after dropping a 2-1 decision to Buffalo on Sunday. Thomas Greiss is expected to receive his second straight start, coach Jack Capuano confirmed to reporters following Monday’s practice.
TV: 7 p.m. ET, MSG-Plus2 (New Jersey), MSG-Plus (New York)
ABOUT THE DEVILS (6-4-1): After missing the first meeting with a right shoulder injury, Jiri Tlusty appears to be on pace to return to the lineup on Tuesday. “It looks that way now,” coach John Hynes said. “He made it through practice and seems real good, but I won’t know for sure until (Tuesday).” Bobby Farnham replaced Tlusty in the lineup on Saturday and collected his first career NHL goal to go along with an assist.
ABOUT THE ISLANDERS (6-3-3): A lack of offense has been the primary reason for New York’s winless skid, as it has mustered just five goals in that stretch. Frans Nielsen was held off the scoresheet on Sunday, but recorded four goals and two assists in his previous five games. The 31-year-old Dane tallied versus the Devils on Saturday for his fifth goal of the season, tying him with Tavares for the team lead.
1. New York has killed off all 26 short-handed situations over the last nine contests.
2. New Jersey G Cory Schneider will start his ninth consecutive game on Tuesday.
3. The Islanders will debut their black-and-white third jerseys for this contest.
PREDICTION: Islanders 3, Devils 2November 3, 2015 at 9:38 am #12192
Preview: Washington at NY Rangers
When: 7:00 PM ET, Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Where: Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
The Washington Capitals look to set a franchise record by winning their fifth consecutive road game to start a season on Tuesday when they visit the Metropolitan Division-rival New York Rangers. It certainly won’t be easy against the Rangers, who won three of four regular-season meetings in 2014-15 before outlasting the Capitals in seven one-goal games during their second-round playoff series.
New York, which has yielded seven goals during its 4-0-2 stretch, has won four in a row at Madison Square Garden heading into the finale of its three-game homestand. “It’s going to be a real good game for us to see where our game is at right now,” Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said. “With Washington coming in here, playing the way they are right now with their record, should catch everyone’s attention.” Evgeny Kuznetsov has done precisely that with five goals and six assists in his last six contests, highlighted by his overtime tally in the Capitals’ 2-1 triumph over Florida on Saturday.
TV: 7 p.m. ET, TVA, CSMA (Washington), MSG (New York)
ABOUT THE CAPITALS (8-2-0): Washington coach Barry Trotz has seen his team win back-to-back one-goal games and expects nothing less than little margin for error on Tuesday. “It probably is a good idea that we’ve had a couple of those (close games),” Trotz said. “Obviously they’re a good hockey team, and there are a lot of good hockey teams, but we’ve typically had real tight games with them.” Captain Alex Ovechkin, whose five goals matches Kuznetsov for the team lead, has recorded at least one point in all but one game this season.
ABOUT THE RANGERS (7-2-2): Mats Zuccarello recorded his first career hat trick in New York’s 3-1 victory over Toronto on Friday. The 28-year-old Norwegian has scored five of his team-leading seven goals at home, but has yet to tally in 10 career regular-season meetings with Washington. Henrik Lundqvist has proven to be a Capitals killer in his career, winning seven of his last 10 meetings and posting an 18-8-3 mark with four shutouts during the regular season.
1. Washington is 0-for-7 on the power play in the last three games and has failed to convert with the man advantage in five of its last six contests.
2. New York has killed off all 17 short-handed situations over the past seven games.
3. Capitals G Braden Holtby has permitted two goals or fewer in each of his last six starts, but is just 3-6-1 in 11 career regular-season appearances versus the Rangers.
PREDICTION: Capitals 3, Rangers 1November 3, 2015 at 9:39 am #12193
Preview: Ottawa at Montreal
When: 7:30 PM ET, Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Where: Bell Centre, Montreal, Quebec
The Montreal Canadiens have yet to lose at home, a streak that could be in jeopardy with star goaltender Carey Price expected to be sidelined for a week with a lower-body injury sustained in a loss at Edmonton on Thursday. Montreal looks to improve to 6-0-0 at the Bell Centre when it hosts the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night in the second contest of a four-game road trip.
The Canadiens learned of Price’s injury on Sunday but their offense more than compensated with a 5-1 rout of Winnipeg that night, giving the team 11 goals in the last two games. “We’ve got a lot of offense this year,” Montreal forward Dale Weise said. “I think we’re a different team than in years past.” Ottawa has lost five of its last seven games (2-3-2) after dropping the back end of a home-and-home with the Detroit Red Wings over the weekend. The Senators will be without leading scorer Mark Stone, who was suspended two games by the NHL on Monday.
TV: 7:30 p.m. ET, RDS, TSN5 (Ottawa), City, RSNE (Montreal)
ABOUT THE SENATORS (5-4-2): Stone, who has collected 13 points in 11 games, was punished by the league for an illegal check to the head of Detroit’s Landon Ferraro during Saturday’s game. Ottawa will receive some reinforcements to help offset the absence of Stone as forwards Mike Hoffman (lower body) and Curtis Lazar (concussion) return to the lineup after missing four and three games, respectively. Hoffman, who scored 27 goals last season, was on a hot streak with four tallies in four games before his injury.
ABOUT THE CANADIENS (11-2-0): With reigning Hart and Vezina Trophy winner Price out, unbeaten rookie Mike Condon will make his third straight start and fifth overall. Condon beat Ottawa 3-1 in his NHL debut on Oct. 11 and has been backed by tons off offensive support in his last three appearances, with Montreal scoring 18 goals in that span. “Any goalie isn’t going to complain about the team scoring goals,” Condon said. “We play good defensively and that translates into offense. I’m very fortunate for that and it’s very fun to watch.”
1. The Canadiens have seven players with at least four goals and seven with at least 10 points.
2. Ottawa is 1-for-24 on the power play over the past seven games and has been torched for eight tallies on its last 24 short-handed situations.
3. The away team has won four of the past five meetings.
PREDICTION: Canadiens 4, Senators 2November 3, 2015 at 9:39 am #12194
Preview: Tampa Bay at Detroit
When: 7:30 PM ET, Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Where: Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Michigan
Two teams that opened the season with three straight victories before struggling for the rest of October attempt to build off wins in their last game as the Tampa Bay Lightning visit the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday. The Lightning snapped a four-game winless streak with a 4-3 triumph at Carolina on Sunday while Detroit won at Ottawa on Saturday after a befuddling 1-5-1 stretch.
Tampa Bay, which led the league in scoring a season ago before beating the Red Wings in the first round of the playoffs, managed only two goals during its 0-3-1 slump. “You could feel our swag coming back during the game,” Lightning coach Jon Cooper told reporters after Sunday’s victory. “It was really good to see. We kind of lost that a little bit in the last week and a half.” Detroit, which beat Tampa Bay 3-1 on Oct. 13, looks to end a three-game losing streak on home ice – where it will play four of the next five contests. Captain Henrik Zetterberg has notched at least one point in nine of his 11 games this season for the injury-plagued Red Wings.
TV: 7:30 p.m. ET, Sun Sports (Tampa Bay), FSN Detroit
ABOUT THE LIGHTNING (6-5-2): Cooper moved Ondrej Palat to a line with captain Steven Stamkos and Ryan Callahan to start the second period Monday, and the trio immediately produced a goal. Alex Killorn took Palat’s spot on the line with Nikita Kucherov and Tyler Johnson, who netted his first goal of the season in the third period. Forwards Cedric Paquette (foot) and Jonathan Drouin (lower body) remain questionable, but both aren’t expected to be out long term, while power forward Tye McGinn took a spot in the lineup against Carolina.
ABOUT THE RED WINGS (5-5-1): Zetterberg reached 800 points and 500 assists (now 501) in his career Saturday, and his next goal will be No. 300. Gustav Nyquist (six points in six games) and Tomas Tatar (three goals in six games) have picked up their production of late, but fellow forward Justin Abelkader has gone nine contests without a point after collecting five in his first two games. Defensemen Mike Green and Kyle Quincey could return soon, while the team hopes to get back forwards Brad Richards and Pavel Datsyuk from injuries later this month.
1. Detroit’s 19-year-old rookie C Dylan Larkin has recorded eight points and leads the team with a plus-9 rating in the first 11 games.
2. The Lightning have recorded a power-play goal in three consecutive games for the first time this season.
3. Red Wings LW Drew Miller is slated to play his 500th NHL game Tuesday – including 14 with Tampa Bay in 2009-10.
PREDICTION: Lightning 4, Red Wings 2November 3, 2015 at 9:40 am #12195
Preview: Los Angeles at St. Louis
When: 8:30 PM ET, Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Where: Scottrade Center, St. Louis, Missouri
One night after having their winning streak halted, the Los Angeles Kings attempt to stop the Blues’ three-game run when the clubs face off in St. Louis on Tuesday. Los Angeles was 20 minutes away from its eighth consecutive victory Monday but allowed three third-period goals in Chicago and dropped a 4-2 decision to the reigning Stanley Cup champion Blackhawks.
The loss was the Kings’ first since they were shut out 3-0 by Vancouver on Oct. 13. In addition to a lack of rest, Los Angeles will have to contend with young star Vladimir Tarasenko, who is expected to return to St. Louis’ lineup after missing one game with a lower-body injury. The Blues are coming off their third straight win, a 3-2 overtime triumph over Minnesota on Saturday that improved them to 3-0-1 on their five-game homestand. Los Angeles won two of its three meetings with the Blues last season, with its loss coming in St. Louis.
TV: 8:30 p.m. ET, NBCSN
ABOUT THE KINGS (7-4-0): Marian Gaborik, Anze Kopitar and Jeff Carter likely are looking forward to facing the Blues after their performances in the 2014-15 season series. Gaborik recorded four goals and an assist while playing in only two of the contests, Kopitar notched a tally and five assists, and Carter scored one goal and set up four others. Defenseman Christian Ehrhoff was in the lineup against Chicago after leaving Saturday’s overtime win over Nashville with an upper-body injury but finished with a minus-3 rating.
ABOUT THE BLUES (8-2-1): Tarasenko, who leads St. Louis in goals (six) and points (10), participated in Monday’s practice and was declared fit to return to the lineup by coach Ken Hitchcock. The 23-year-old Russian hopes to continue his recent success against Los Angeles after notching three goals and two assists in their final two contests last season. Jake Allen was named the NHL’s Second Star of the Week after going 3-0-0 with one shutout, a 0.98 goals-against average and a .963 save percentage.
1. The Kings took it to Chicago physically on Monday, outhitting the Blackhawks 49-19.
2. Allen is expected to be in net for the Blues while Jhonas Enroth likely will make his second start of the season for the Kings.
3. Los Angeles LW Milan Lucic was kept off the scoresheet Monday, ending his five-game point streak, while Kopitar pulled even with Charlie Simmer for seventh place on the franchise list with his 222nd goal.
PREDICTION: Blues 3, Kings 1November 3, 2015 at 9:41 am #12196
Preview: Calgary at Colorado
When: 9:00 PM ET, Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Where: Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado
Mired in their second straight sluggish start to begin a season, the Colorado Avalanche look to snap a five-game home losing skid when they welcome the Calgary Flames on Tuesday. Former Flame icon Jarome Iginla scored in Colorado’s 4-3 setback to San Jose on Sunday, but the Avalanche fell victim to their sixth one-goal loss on the young season.
“We don’t have the results to support what we are doing, and that’s all that is missing right now,” coach Patrick Roy said following the team’s second straight loss and sixth in seven outings. “For 57 minutes, we were very solid. It’s just a frustrating situation right now. We’re doing a lot of good things right now, but we just can’t get rewarded for it.” While the Avalanche reside in the cellar of the ultra-competitive Central Division, Calgary received a rare ray of light in its last outing – courtesy of Michael Frolik’s first career hat trick in Saturday’s 5-4 win over rival Edmonton. The Flames have yet to string consecutive victories together in 2015-16 after providing the league’s feel-good story with a 20-point jump in the standings last season.
TV: 9 p.m. ET, ALT (Colorado)
ABOUT THE FLAMES (3-8-1): Karri Ramo returned from his brief demotion to Stockton of the American Hockey League and turned aside 19 shots to defeat the Oilers. The 29-year-old Finn is expected to receive his second straight start to face the Avalanche, against whom he has won three of his last four meetings. Johnny Gaudreau leads the team with 11 assists, but mustered just one for his lone point in three encounters with Colorado during his rookie season.
ABOUT THE AVALANCHE (3-7-1): Captain Gabriel Landeskog has recorded an assist in each of his last two games overall and has netted four of his team-leading five goals at home. Despite his solid play, Landeskog isn’t thrilled seeing his team fritter away opportunities to move up in the standings. “At the end of the day, we don’t come away with any points and that is what matters,” the 22-year-old Swede said. “It’s a business of winning, and you have to win or else you’re not doing your job.” Semyon Varlamov, who is expected to start on Tuesday, has dropped five of his last six decisions (1-4-1).
1. Calgary LW Brandon Bollig recorded his first point with his first goal of the season on Saturday, but has yet to tally in 10 career meetings with Colorado.
2. The Avalanche had been 1-for-24 on the power play in a five-game stretch before converting two of their four opportunities on Sunday.
3. Flames RW Jiri Hudler has a team-leading four goals this season and tallied twice in his last meeting with the Colorado.
PREDICTION: Flames 5, Avalanche 4November 3, 2015 at 9:41 am #12197
Preview: Philadelphia at Edmonton
When: 9:00 PM ET, Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Where: Rexall Place, Edmonton, Alberta
The Philadelphia Flyers look to break out of their offensive funk and halt their four-game slide when they continue their five-game road trip against the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday. Philadelphia fell to 0-3-1 in its last four overall contests and 0-2-0 on its trek by dropping a 4-1 decision at Vancouver on Monday.
The Flyers have been limited to one goal in each of their last three games and two or fewer in eight of their 11 contests this season. Edmonton, which has split the first two contests of its four-game homestand, has scored four goals three times during its last five games but is just 1-4-0 in that stretch. One of those contests took place Saturday, when the Oilers were edged 5-4 by Calgary on a tally by Michael Frolik with nine seconds remaining in the third period. Philadelphia went 1-0-1 versus Edmonton last season, scoring four goals in each contest.
TV: 9 p.m. ET, CSN Philadelphia, RSN West (Edmonton)
ABOUT THE FLYERS (4-5-2): Evgeny Medvedev was a healthy scratch Monday after appearing in each of Philadelphia’s first 10 games. The 33-year-old defenseman, who has notched one assist, still is going through an adjustment period in his first season in the NHL after coming over from Russia. “It’s a different game and I think he’s doing a really good job of adjusting,” coach Dave Hakstol told reporters before the game. “Without the puck, there’s a lot of things that happen quick and things that he’s working at and improving at.”
ABOUT THE OILERS (4-8-0): Taylor Hall was named the NHL’s Third Star of the Week after recording three multi-point performances. The 23-year-old registered two points against both Minnesota and Montreal before notching three versus Calgary. Connor McDavid, the first overall pick in this year’s draft, received Rookie of the Month honors after collecting five goals and seven assists in 12 games.
1. McDavid was kept off the scoresheet against Calgary on Saturday, ending his seven-game point streak.
2. Philadelphia is 0-for-13 on the power play over its last five games.
3. Hall and McDavid share the team lead with five goals apiece.
PREDICTION: Flyers 3, Oilers 2November 3, 2015 at 9:42 am #12198
Preview: Columbus at San Jose
When: 10:30 PM ET, Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Where: SAP Center at San Jose, San Jose, California
Getting away from home may not be a bad thing for the struggling Columbus Blue Jackets, who kick off a three-game California road trip with a visit to the San Jose Sharks on Tuesday night. The Blue Jackets, who opened the season with eight consecutive defeats, are coming off a 3-2 loss to Winnipeg on Saturday night that dropped the club to 0-5-0 at home.
“We have to try to dig out of this,” said Columbus coach John Tortorella, who took over after the Blue Jackets lost their first seven games. “We’ll get to California and see if we can keep our wits about ourselves and go about our business.” The Sharks had dropped five of six games before squeezing out a 4-3 victory at Colorado on Sunday and hope to carry the momentum into a four-game homestand. “A big two points, as big as two points can get 10 games into the season,” San Jose coach Peter DeBoer said. “We needed them.”
TV: 10:30 p.m. ET, FSN Ohio (Columbus), CSN California (San Jose)
ABOUT THE BLUE JACKETS (2-10-0): Following back-to-back strong performances against New Jersey and Washington, Sergei Bobrovsky was yanked after allowing three first-period goals versus Winnipeg that pushed his goals-against average to a woeful 3.97. “He’s still trying to find himself,” Tortorella said of the former Vezina Trophy winner. “Just like everybody else, he’s got to fight it mentally. Have some mental toughness to him and find his consistency.” Columbus is 0-for-11 on the power play over the past three games.
ABOUT THE SHARKS (6-5-0): Captain Joe Pavelski, who extended his goal-scoring streak to four games with an empty-net tally against Colorado, tallied three times in a pair of one-goal losses to the Blue Jackets last season. San Jose has dropped six of its last eight meetings against Columbus, which is why its not looking past Tuesday’s matchup. “For me, a real dangerous team,” DeBoer said. “They’re the story of two seasons: their start and then their last three or four games. They’re playing better.”
1. Sharks C Patrick Marleau is four points shy of 1,000 for his career.
2. Columbus has won five straight against Pacific Division opponents.
3. The Sharks have yielded six power-play goals in the past five games.
PREDICTION: Sharks 4, Blue Jackets 3November 3, 2015 at 9:43 am #12199
— Dallas Stars won eight of their last nine games; Bruins won six of their last seven.
— Devils won six of their last seven games.
— Washington won seven of its last eight games. Rangers won four of last five.
— Canadiens won ten of their first twelve games.
— Kings won seven of their last eight games. Blues won seven of their last nine.
— Islanders lost last three games, scoring five goals.
— Senators lost five of their last seven games.
— Lightning lost four of their last five games. Detroit lost six of its last eight.
— Calgary lost four of its last five games. Colorado lost six of its last seven.
— Philly lost last four games, scoring six goals. Edmonton lost four its last five.
— Blue Jackets lost ten of their first twelve games. Sharks lost five of their last seven.
— Dallas Stars won three of last five visits to Boston.
— Islanders won six of last seven games with New Jersey.
— Rangers won their last three games with Washington.
— Canadiens won five of last seven games with Ottawa.
— Lightning-Red Wings split their last ten meetings.
— Kings won eight of last ten games with St Louis.
— Flames won three of last four games with Colorado.
— Flyers won three of last four games with Edmonton.
— Blue Jackets won six of last eight games with San Jose.
— Over is 4-1-1 in last six Dallas-Boston games.
— Under is 4-0-3 in last seven Devil-Islander games.
— Under is 5-1-1 in last seven Ranger-Washington games.
— Four of last five Ottawa-Montreal games stayed under.
— Under is 7-2-1 in last ten Tampa Bay-Detroit games.
— Under is 4-0-1 in last five St Louis games.
— Last three Calgary games went over the total.
— Over is 4-0-1 in last five Edmonton games.
— Six of last nine Columbus-San Jose games went over.November 3, 2015 at 9:46 am #12204
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NHL | OTTAWA at MONTREAL
Play On – Any team against the money line (MONTREAL) after 6 or more consecutive overs, excellent defensive team – allowing <=2.4 goals/game on the season 34-7 since 1997. ( 82.9% | 27.3 units )November 3, 2015 at 9:46 am #12205
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NHL | CALGARY at COLORADO
Play On – Home Teams when the money line is -100 to -150 (COLORADO) after having lost 4 of their last 5 games, in a game involving two terrible teams (<=30%) in the first half of the season 26-2 since 1997. ( 92.9% | 23.1 units ) 1-0 this year. ( 100.0% | 1.0 units )November 3, 2015 at 9:46 am #12206
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NHL | PHILADELPHIA at EDMONTON
Play On – Any team against the money line (PHILADELPHIA) after scoring 2 goals or less in 3 straight games against opponent after scoring 4 goals or more in 2 straight games
54-27 over the last 5 seasons. ( 66.7% | 37.8 units )
3-1 this year. ( 75.0% | 2.0 units )November 3, 2015 at 9:47 am #12207
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.
NHL GRAND SALAMI
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 –November 3, 2015 at 9:59 am #12217
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