Bet on hockey with Chicago has meant winning much more than losing so far this hockey wagering season. The Blackhawks had a bet on hockey record of 10-4-2-4 straight up and 13-7 against the hockey gambling lines. Chicago had an over/under bet on hockey record of 13-6-1 over the total.
Chicago had an away bet on hockey mark of 4-3-1-1 with an away over/under mark of 6-2-1 over the total. From November 1 through November 26 Chicago was on a bet on hockey run in which 7 of 10 games went over the total. The high powered Blackhawks were ranked 2nd overall on offense while ranking 11th overall on defense.
Chicago ranked 4th overall on power plays while ranking 13th in penalty killing. Patrick Kane led Chicago in scoring with 26 points and in assists with 15. Patrick Sharp led the Hawks in goals with 12.
Goaltender Nikolai Khabibulin was let go on waivers only to return and has been phenomenal ever since as he had a goals against average of 2.46 and a save percentage of .923 which goes a long way towards explaining Chicago’s bet on hockey success.
Detroit had a hockey wagering record of 14-3-4 straight up but was just 5-16 against the hockey gambling lines demonstrating that far too many gamblers want to bet on hockey with Detroit. Detroit had a home bet on hockey record of 4-2-2-0. The Red Wings over/under bet on hockey mark was 12-9 over the total with an even 4-4 split at home.
From November 14 through November 26 Detroit was on a bet on hockey run in which 4 of their 6 games went over the total. Detroit was ranked 3rd overall on offense while ranking 21st overall on the bet on hockey defensive stat charts. Marian Hossa led Detroit in scoring with 24 points.
He also led in goals with 11. Brian Rafalski led in assists with 13. Chris Osgood and Ty Conklin split time in goal as Osgood struggled.
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