Bet on hockey value on both teams has been poor recently and Anaheim has fallen into danger of missing the NHL wagering post season. The Anaheim Ducks had what seemed to be a solid standing to make the bet on hockey post season but they have been an inconsistent NHL wagering commodity as of late.
The Ducks got the cash in just 6 out of 14 games to bet on hockey with from February 15 through March 19. Anaheim had an overall bet on hockey record of 34-31-4-2 straight up and 32-38 against the hockey lines.
From March 11 through March 19 the Ducks were a bit better team to bet on hockey with as they earned 3 payoffs in 4 games. Anaheim ranked just 19th overall on offense and 17th overall on defense.
Their defense was playing well until the past month and that has been the main reason for their loss of value to bet on hockey with. From January 13 through March 19 the Colorado Avalanche have been one of the worst teams in the NHL to bet on hockey with.
During that stretch the Avalanche went into a catastrophic NHL wagering slump in which they got the cash in just 9 out of 29 games, which essentially made them a team to forget as far as making a bet on hockey for the post season.
Colorado had an overall bet on hockey mark of 31-39-0-2 straight up and 33-39 against the hockey lines. The Avalanche were a weak team on both ends of the ice to bet on hockey with as they ranked 27th overall on offense and 27th overall on defense.
A great example of Colorado’s weakness as a team is that their leading scorer, Ryan Smith, had rather bland numbers of 26 goals and 32 assists. Milan Hejduk was second with 25 goals and 28 assists. Both goaltenders Peter Budaj and Andrew Raycroft had save percentages below .900.
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