Bet on hockey handicappers have had a bit of a tough read on the Atlanta Thrashers to begin the hockey wagering season. Atlanta began the bet on hockey campaign with a record of 7-9-2-0 straight up but a surprisingly strong 12-6 against the hockey betting odds.
Atlanta’s bet on hockey value is a great demonstration on how fickle the public can be and how you can often get extra bargains with lightly regarded teams. Atlanta got the cash for those who bet on hockey 5 straight games from November 2-14 before finally cooling off against the board with 2 straight failures after that.
In bet on hockey over/under action Atlanta was 11-7 over including 6 out of 9 games over the total in road action. The bet on hockey stat charts had Atlanta ranked 14th overall on offense and a weak 29th overall on defense.
Those who bet on hockey have been impressed with Atlanta’s Bryan Little, who led the Thrashers in scoring with 17-points. Slava Kozlov led Atlanta in goals with 11 while Ilya Kovalchuk led in assists with 11. Few teams in hockey wagering are as frustrating as the Toronto Maple Leafs.
The Leafs have a bet on hockey tradition of constantly underperforming although perhaps the public has finally had enough as Toronto has offered decent bet on hockey value to start the season as the Leafs opened 7-8-1-3 straight up but 11-8 against the hockey betting odds.
In over/under bet on hockey action Toronto started off 12-7 over with 5 of their first 9 games going over the total. The bet on hockey stat charts had Toronto ranked 9th overall on offense and 28th on defense. Toronto was on a terrible bet on hockey pace from November 2-17 when they covered the odds just 2 out of 8 games.
Matt Stajan was the Leafs’ leading scorer with 17-points this bet on hockey season. Mikhail Grabovski led in goals with 9. Goaltender Vesa Toskala had a subpar 3.23 Goals against average.
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