Hawks Playoff Game 6: Been here – done this
Dating back to their Stanley Cup clinching win over Boston in 2013, Chicago has now won seven straight Game Six playoff contests. This will be the Hawks eighth different opponent as they previously won versus DET, BOS, STL, MIN, LAK, NAS and ANA by a 27-15 margin. The total goals is slightly misleading as 5-1 (Blues '14) and 5-2 (Ducks '15) wins are sprinkled in with five one-goal games. This is a classic “been there – done that” scenario as Chicago's core group has played in most of those matches - including goaltender Corey Crawford who has a sparkling 8-1 record in Game Six battles.
Tampa Bay: Bruised Bolts are in tough at the Madhouse on Madison
During Game Six 2015 NHL postseason action, Tampa Bay won 5-2 in Detroit during quarterfinal action, took out the Canadians 4-1 in Montreal during the East semifinal series and then lost 7-3 on their home pond to New York in the Conference final. Despite a strange undisclosed injury, Lightning goaltender Ben Bishop is expected to start tonight. Tyler Johnson and Nikita Kucherov are also less than 100% but they are expected to start as well. While all of those injuries are concerning, Johnson's hand injury hinders the Bolts in the faceoff circle where the Hawks hold a huge 172-123 advantage over the first five games of the NHL Championship series. Though the Bolts have battled hard....
Chicago vs Tampa Bay 2015 NHL Stanley Cup Game Six Call: A funny thing happened 77 years ago on April 10, 1938. Being as the Black Hawks (not the Blackhawks) were huge underdogs versus the Maple Leafs, the Stanley Cup wasn’t even shipped from Toronto to Chicago for the Hawks Cup clinching win. Lord Stanley’s Mug is in the Madhouse tonight and we fully expect to see it skated around the raucous United Center by Hawks Captain Jonathan Towes & Crew. Bucking a major trend, the first five games of this series were all decided by one goal, we are backing Chicago with a 500 unit wager on the puck line price posted at the TopBet online sportsbook. Celebrate Safely Chicago!
TopBet NHL Stanley Cup Game 6 Odds - Tampa Bay Lightning vs Chicago Blackhawks
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We're into the business end of the NFL season now as the NFC reaches its semi-finals stage as four teams remain in the division. We are giving you free betting picks for the NFL Playoffs 2022.
After a dominant Wildcard weekend win over Dallas, the San Francisco 49ers take a trip to face off against the Green Bay Packers for the right to feature in the NFC Championship game.
There the winner will take on the winner of the other semi-final, between the defending champions Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Los Angeles Rams after they both survived the Wildcard weekend too.
We'll take a look at the best betting picks for these two games and see if we can earn you some extra cash this weekend.
The UFC is back for 2022 and the first numbered card of the year is headlined by the top two heavyweights in the world as undisputed champion Francis Ngannou takes on interim champion Ciryl Gane.
Live from the Honda Centre in Anaheim, California on January 20th, the two most feared men in the organization will go head-to-head in a five-round war to crown the undisputed best heavyweight in the world right now.
We'll take a look at the betting odds for the bout and see what picks we can find to earn you some bonus cash for the new year.
The United States Men's National Team returns to World Cup qualifying duty at the end of the month for a triple-header of games in which they hope to secure their path to Qatar for November.
The States currently sit in second place in the qualifying table, with 15 points from eight games so far and a point behind their rivals Canada in the top spot.
They'll take on El Salvador, Canada, and Honduras in their three games, where nine points will surely boost their chances of being at the World Cup finals.
We'll take a look at the best betting tips for the three games and see if we can earn you some extra cash in the process.
The first Grand Slam tournament of 2022 is upon us and without the world's number one Novak Djokovic, it's a wide-open field for the men's game.
It's also the first Grand Slam for Naomi Osaka since her troubles last year, and with no Serena Williams either all the women will feel they have a chance to secure the first major of the season.
We'll take a look at the best bets for the Australian Open tournament that ends next weekend and see if we can earn you some extra cash from the tournament.