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Sens Open as Underdogs for Ninth Straight Game

The New York Rangers will look to grab a road win when they take on the Senators in Ottawa at Canadian Tire Centre on Saturday in NHL betting odds action.

The Ottawa Senators are 50-31-11 so far on the season. The New York Rangers, meanwhile, are 54-30-8. OVER/UNDER betting fans have seen Ottawa go 35-50-7 and the Rangers go 42-41-9 on the totals.

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789453
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Gibson Has Been the Difference in Ducks-Oilers Series

The Anaheim Ducks will try to be nasty hosts on Friday when the Edmonton Oilers pay a visit to Honda Center.

The Anaheim Ducks bring a 52-25-13 record to the battle against the 53-28-11 Oilers. OVER/UNDER bettors have seen Anaheim go 32-38-20 so far and the Oilers go 37-46-9.

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789443
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Blues look to Stay Alive in All-Important Fifth Game

The visiting Nashville Predators hope for a solid performance on Friday as they look to steal a win at Scottrade Center against the St. Louis Blues.

The St. Louis Blues currently sport a record of 51-33-7. The Nashville Predators are 48-30-12. Betting totals have seen the Blues post a 36-41-14 OVER/UNDER record this season, while the Predators have gone 42-38-10 against the number.

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789448
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Sens Look to Rebound After a Flat Performance in Game 4

Madison Square Garden hosts an NHL battle on the odds menu between the New York Rangers and the visiting Ottawa Senators on Thursday.

New York will face the 50-30-11 Senators. In totals betting, the Rangers are 42-41-8 in over under betting so far this season while the Ottawa Senators are 35-50-6.

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789438
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What Is The Best Player In The NHL Worth To The Betting Odds?

"Oh no. Another concussion?" 

Almost everyone watching was thinking it in Game 3 when Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby tried to sit up, a grimacing wince of pain on his face, after Capitals defenseman Matt Niskanen cross-checked him in the head. 

The fears were confirmed on Tuesday. Crosby suffered the fourth diagnosed concussion of his NHL career and it will leave him out of Game 4 Wednesday night in Pittsburgh. 

Big blow for the Pens. And for hockey fans. 

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Game 4 Result Between Ducks and Oilers is in Talbot's Hands

It took two separate three-goal outbursts but the Ducks managed to get back in their series with the Oilers in Game 3 and now have an opportunity to send the best-of-seven back to Anaheim tonight tied at two wins each. The Oilers, the favorites tonight, will have something to say about that, though, as they’ve been excellent on home ice the last two months.

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789433
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Pens Deemed Home Dogs With Crosby Ruled Out for Game 4

By now, it’s likely you’ve heard the news – Sidney Crosby is concussed and will miss Game 4 (at least). This is a devastating blow for the Penguins and for hockey fans everywhere but what does it mean for bettors? For tonight’s game, it means the Pens will be moneyline underdogs at home in the postseason for just the first time since Game 4 of last year’s playoff series with the Caps.

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789428
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Our Super Computer is Cleaning up in the Stanley Cup Playoffs

In a sport like hockey, where variance is extremely high and results are difficult to predict, finding a model to make picks for you with none of your own biases is absolutely imperative to a healthy bottom line for bettors. Well, look no further.

Our super computer has been making moneyline selections throughout the playoffs and after Monday night’s game between the Capitals and Penguins, the computer’s straight-up record is 31-20-2 (60.1 percent).

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Blues are Massive Underdogs Tonight After Being Outmatched in Game 3

The Nashville Predators will try to be nasty hosts on Tuesday when the St. Louis Blues pay a visit to Bridgestone Arena.

Nashville will face the 51-32-7 Blues. In totals betting, the Predators are 42-37-10 in over under betting so far this season while the St. Louis Blues are 36-40-14.

Game ID: 
789423
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Underdog Status Has Not Fazed the Senators

Coming back down to earth – hard – Henrik Lundqvist was awful for the Rangers in Game 2, stopping just 28 of the Senators’ 34 shots and it’s become abundantly clear that when Handsome Hank doesn’t perform, the Rangers don’t win. They’ll return to New York for Game 3 tonight looking to avoid a three-game hole but given some of the trends – the Sens may have the edge.

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789418
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