Bet on hockey payoffs on Dallas and Calgary have not been consistent lately as both teams have been in a tough NHL wagering stretch. While the Dallas Stars held the 8th and final playoff spot in the western conference they were in the midst of a bad run that has burned those who have bet on hockey with them and left them in a perilous position to maintain their hopes of making the NHL wagering post season.
From February 21 through March 12 Dallas paid off those who bet on hockey with them just 3 times out of 11 games. Dallas had an overall mark of 32-28-4-4 straight up and 29-39 against the hockey lines. Dallas had an overall ranking of 15th on offense while ranking 23rd on defense.
In the last meeting between these two teams on February 3 from Dallas the Stars got a payoff for those who bet on hockey with them in a 3-1 victory that went under the total of 5.5. Center Mike Ribeiro was a major bet on hockey asset as he led the Stars in scoring with 19 goals and 45 assists.
If Dallas is to come through for everyone that will bet on hockey with them they must get better production from their defense. The Calgary Flames have been the top team in the northwest division for most of the season but have hit a bit of a bet on hockey bump recently as from March 6 through March 12 they got the cash in just 1 out of 4 games.
Calgary had an overall NHL wagering mark of 40-22-4-2 straight up and a break even 34-34 against the hockey lines. Calgary’s main asset to bet on hockey with has been their 4th ranked offense while their defense has been much more suspect and ranked 22nd.
Calgary has been a solid “over” team to bet on hockey with as they had a mark of just 28 games under out of 68 played. From February 27 through March 12 they went under the bet on hockey total just 1 out of 8 games.
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