After the Penguins vs. Senators and Kings vs. Sharks second round NHL playoff series opened with a bang last night, the third of four best-of-seven semifinal battles opens with the Blackhawks vs. Red Wings contest. We’ll be soaring with the Hawks here!
Fresh off our monster winning exacta prediction during the Run for the Roses at the Kentucky Derby on Saturday, we turn our attention to the National Hockey League Stanley Cup Playoffs. Taking pucks and parlay betting is a recipe for success today!
After a trio of Western Conference games opened the 2013 National Hockey League Stanley Cup chase last night, four teams kick off the Eastern Conference action tonight. Toronto vs. Boston and New York vs. Pittsburgh are the feature games on May 1, 2013.
In our opinion, the National Hockey Playoffs are a postseason like no other. While teams tend to coast at teams during the regular season – it’s all out once the chase for Stanley begins. Today we take a look at the odds to win the Western Conference Championship.
National Hockey League action brings us a game that means everything to the home team and nothing but pride for the visitors tonight. When Detroit hosts the Phoenix Coyotes, on Monday April 22, 2013, Detroit will be fighting for their playoff lives.
Being as many of the teams in Major League Baseball will trot out their fourth or fifth stater during Friday MLB action, our focus is on the National Hockey League today. The two contests that will play out on frozen ponds in California caught our eye.
National Hockey League puck betting fans have just four games to choose from on the Friday night NHL schedule. Out of those four contests, we have focused in on the Anaheim Ducks vs. Detroit Red Wings match-up in California as the game of the night.
Back to our winning ways, after the Clippers crushed the Pistons on Sunday, today we turn to the NHL and puck betting action featuring the Chicago Blackhawks vs. Columbus Blue Jackets. We like the Hawks to get back to winning ways in the Buckeye State.
Wow! There are eleven contests on the National Hockey League schedule tonight. While we’re moderated excited over the Oilers chances versus the Blue Jackets, our focus is on the New York Islanders vs Montréal Canadiens Eastern Conference action.
Bringing back the Madness on Madison, the Chicago Blackhawks put their National Hockey League season opening record of 19-0-3 on the line against the Columbus Blue Jackets. Don’t think for a minute that the players don’t want to that number to hit 20!