Bet on hockey handicappers have seen the Lightning fall upon hard times while the Canes have found their NHL wagering playoff grove. Tampa Bay has not been as bad of a bet on hockey commodity as one might expect at first glance.
The great advantage that the Lightning enjoy when it comes to NHL wagering is that hardly anybody that likes to bet on hockey wants anything to do with them, which means that they command bargain prices on the NHL wagering board and that they offer huge payoffs whenever they score a win.
Tampa Bay had an overall bet on hockey record of 19-25-4-7 straight up while going a relatively break even 28-27 against the hockey odds. Lately, however, not even their enhanced bet on hockey odds have been able to stave of a gush of red ink.
From January 29 through February 12 the Lightning went on a bad bet on hockey stretch in which they got the cash in just two out of seven games. The Lightning have won just 9 out of 28 road games this season and rank a poor 24th on offense and 23rd on defense.
The Carolina Hurricanes took a while to get going under new/old coach Paul Maurice who took the team over for his second tenure after they got off to a slow start. Carolina has been on a solid bet on hockey stretch from January 19 through February 12 as they got the cash in six out of nine games.
The Canes had an overall bet on hockey record of 27-23-2-3 straight up and 26-29 against the hockey odds. Carolina has been an incredibly strong bet on hockey “under” team at home with just 9 out of their 26 games as a host having gone over the total. Carolina beat Tampa Bay 3-2 on January 29 at the RBC Center in Raleigh.
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