Bet on hockey value on the Calgary Flames has been below par so far this season. The Flames had a hockey wagering record of 13-9-1-0 straight up and just 9-14 against the hockey gambling lines. Calgary had an over/under bet on hockey mark of 13-10 over the total.
In road bet on hockey action Calgary was 5-6 straight up with 6 out of 11 games going under the total. From November 18 through November 27 Calgary went on a bet on hockey run in which they covered the spread in 4 out of 5 games.
From November 9 through November 27 the Flames went on an over/under bet on hockey run in which they went over the total in 6 out of 8 games. Calgary was a strong 9th overall on offense but just 25th overall on defense. They were ranked in the upper third of the bet on hockey stat charts for both power plays and penalty kills.
Jarome Iginla was the Flames leading scorer with 29 points. He led Calgary in goals with 12 and assists with 16 demonstrating true “franchise player” status. Miikka Kiprusoff was a work horse in goal and was inconsistent with a .893 save percentage and a 3.14 goals against average.
The New York Rangers had a hockey wagering mark of a strong 16-7-1-1 mark straight up but just 10-15 against the hockey gambling lines. The general public loves to bet on hockey with the Rangers, especially when they are successful, which drives down their board value as a result.
The Broadway Blue Shirts had a home bet on hockey mark of 10-4-0-1. New York had a bet on hockey over/under mark of 8 overs, 13 unders, and 4 pushes. From November 8 through November 26 the Rangers went on a bet on hockey run of just 2 over the total in 9 games.
The Rangers were ranked just 24th overall on offense while ranking 3rd overall on defense. Nikolai Zherdev led in scoring while Henrik Lundqvist was strong in goal.
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