Bet on hockey fans have been burned badly by the Flames so far this hockey wagering season. Calgary started off a decent 11-8-1-0 straight up but was a bankroll busting 7-13 against the hockey betting odds. Calgary was subpar in road play with a bet on hockey mark of 4-6 when traveling.
In bet on hockey over/under action Calgary was an even 10-10 split with 6 of 10 road games going under the total. The bet on hockey stat charts had Calgary ranked 16th on offense and a weak 23rd on defense. Jerome Iginla, as expected, led Calgary at the start of the bet on hockey campaign with 11 goals, 12 assists, and 23 points!
Miikka Kiprusoff was off and on in goal for Calgary with a 3.17 goals against average and a save percentage of .892. Bet on hockey fans know head coach Mike Keenan is not a patient man and if Calgary does not soon kick into high gear changes will most certainly be coming.
The Vancouver Canucks began the hockey wagering season as one of the league’s best teams. Vancouver was 12-6-0-2 straight up and retained decent value with a 12-8 mark against the hockey betting odds. In home bet on hockey action Vancouver was 6-2-0-1.
In over under bet on hockey play the Canucks were 11-8-1 over but went under the bet on hockey total in 6 out of 9 home games. The bet on hockey stat charts had the Canucks ranked 8th overall on offense while ranking a strong 4th overall on defense. From November 4-20 the Canucks went 6-2 against the bet on hockey number.
Henrik Sedin led Vancouver in scoring to start the bet on hockey season with 18-points and 15 assists. Daniel Sedin led Vancouver in goals with 8. Roberto Luongo was superb in goal for Vancouver with a 2.18 goals against average and a save percentage of .928! Luongo has been a major reason for the Canucks success.
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