National Hockey League Puck Betting Parlay Advice
Congratulations to the San Francisco Giants and Madison Bumgarner as their 2014 MLB World Series Championship run was highly entertaining. Being as Halloween Weekend can be somewhat scary in the National Football League, not to mention that some of the lines are monster-like, we take our first look at the National Hockey League today. We'll jump right in as we like Detroit and Chicago in their games versus Buffalo and Winnipeg on November 2, 2014. Welcome back to NHL puck betting action!
Sabres host the Red Wings at First Niagara Center
Think of this NHL contest as an NFL match-up featuring Oakland hosting Kansas City in AFC West action. The Raiders stink while the Chiefs have played some fairly decent football recently. That’s the case here as the Sabres stink while the Red Wings are on a solid early season roll. Detroit (6-2-2) shuffles into Buffalo following a day off that was proceeded by a 4-2 road win in Washington and a 5-2 victory on home ice against Los Angeles. Consecutively, over the last 12 days, the Sabres have played three games in California, one in Toronto, one in Buffalo and one in Pittsburgh. The toothless Sabres were out-shot by a 110-211 margin and went 1-4-1 in those six games including the 5-0 pounding they took in Pittsburgh last night. Soar with the Red Wings as they continue their winning ways tonight.
Jets visit the Blackhawks at the always raucous Madhouse on Madison
Close contests have been the norm for Chicago and Winnipeg lately - though with vastly different results. The Blackhawks have gone 2-4-0 in six straight games that were all decided by one puck while the Jets have posted a 3-0-1 mark in four straight one-goal games. Despite a 47-27 shot advantage, the Hawks dropped a 3-2 decision in Toronto last night. Though they were out-shot 38-25 in New York yesterday, Winnipeg escaped the Big Apple with a 1-0 shootout win over the Rangers. The Jets are playing their fourth road game in six nights and one has to wonder if they might be running a little low on fuel. That’s especially true when it comes to goaltender Ondrej Pavelec as he has started eight straight games over the last 16 days. Cruise with Chicago at the loud and proud United Center.
Parlay Puck Betting Advice: Though not something we do on a regular basis, we are including a visitor on our parlay ticket today. The Red Wings expect to have Johan “The Mule” Franzen back in the line up after he missed the last six games with a groin tweak. Franzen, who has five points in four games, is a huge key at both ends of the rink. The veteran Hawks, looking to break out of a slump and facing a road weary Winnipeg squad, are a solid bet at home. Tie Detroit and Chicago together with a 200 unit two-team parlay using the money lines posted at the BetOnline sports wagering website.
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