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Bruins skate north to face Sens

The Boston Bruins have managed to pick up the victory in eight of their last 10 games against the Ottawa Senators as those teams hit the ice together on Friday night.

The Senators, though, won the last meeting between these two teams back on April 28, picking up a 4-2 road victory at +168 on the NHL betting odds. The OVER/UNDER has gone 4-4-2 in their past 10 matchups.

The Bruins will try to spoil to the party on Friday; they are 12-5-1 this season, while the Senators are 7-7-4. Boston is 2-10-6 on the totals; Ottawa is 9-9.

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NFL Betting: Week 11 Injury Updates

Whether it can get any worse for the Green Bay Packers remains to be seen, but for the second week in a row they'll take the field with yet another quarterback.

Last week at home, against the Philadelphia Eagles, they sent in Seneca Wallace in place of starter Aaron Rodgers, who is out due to a broken collarbone.

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NFL Week 11 Odds: Mismatch Outlook

While there is just one major mismatch highlighting the NFL card for Week 11, according to this week's OddsShark.com Power Rankings, there are several others with significant enough disparity to mention.

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Greece vs. Romania World Cup Odds

Greece is the favorite in this first leg in Athens and can the Romanians score on the masters of the clean sheet?

Greece is known for their defense and in their last seven qualifying matches they have six wins and one draw and have not conceded one goal.

Midweek Bet365 has Greece as the home favorite at +100 with Romania at +350 and a draw line at +230.

Greece finished their group with the same point amount on Bosnia, but came in second on goal differential.

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First NBA Coach to be Fired Prop

The Washington Wizards were supposed to be playoff contenders. They haven’t looked that way so far, and their coach is now on the hot seat.

Wizards coach Randy Wittman, at 2/1, is the favorite to be the first NBA coach fired this season, according to odds released by Bovada on Thursday.

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Rob Ford Odds: Will TO mayor quit?

Toronto's embattled Mayor Rob Ford has pledged to remain in office in the wake of a drug scandal, but one sportsbook isn't so sure that he won't change his mind. What will the mayor, who admitted to smoking crack cocaine after denying it for many months, do before Dec. 31? Online sportsbook Bovada made it a 9/4 payout (a little better than 2/1 odds) that he will resign.

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Thunder on road at Golden State

Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder are 5-1-1 ATS in their past seven games against the Golden State Warriors as those teams meet in NBA betting action on Thursday night.

Overall the Thunder are 8-2 SU and 5-4-1 ATS in their 10 most recent games against the Warriors, with the OVER/UNDER going 7-3 for bettors on the NBA odds at the books.

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Arizona takes on San Diego State

The Arizona Wildcats will be looking to turn around a college basketball betting trend on Thursday night as they take on the San Diego State Aztecs down in San Diego.

The Wildcats are 0-3 ATS in their last three games against the Aztecs dating back to 2009, going 3-2 SU and 2-3 ATS in the five most recent games between the two teams.

The OVER/UNDER is 0-4-1 in their five most recent matchups.

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Blues play host to the Avalanche

The OVER has only paid out three times in the past 10 games between the St. Louis Blues and the Colorado Avalanche as those clubs meet in NHL betting action Thursday.

The OVER/UNDER is 3-4-3 in the past 10 games between the Blues and the Avalanche dating back to early 2011, with just one OVER result in their past eight meetings.

The Avs are 6-4 in their 10 most recent games against the Blues.

This season the Blues are 11-2-3 overall while the Avalanche are 14-3-0. As for the totals, St. Louis is 7-8-1 on the OU, and Colorado is 7-10.

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NFL Betting: Jags highlight upsets

The Jacksonville Jaguars knocked off the Tennessee Titans as 11.5-point road underdogs last week. It was the first win of the season for the Jaguars, and the largest upset of the season, spread-wise, so far.

The Indianapolis Colts previously owned the biggest upset of the season, as they beat the San Francisco 49ers as 10.5-point road dogs in Week 3. That result doesn't look so shocking months later. However, the Colts' loss last week is an absolute head-scratcher. The St. Louis Rams’ 38-8 rout of the Colts was one of the most surprising results of the season to this point.

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