Bet on hockey action from Madison Square Garden, NY will feature the Toronto Maple Leafs against the NHL wagering enigma known as the New York Rangers. For those who bet on hockey, the poor and inconsistent play of the Toronto Maple Leafs is one of the great NHL wagering mysteries that you can study.
Toronto would seem to have all of the advantages that would make for a powerhouse franchise as they have a great facility, loaded ownership, and as big of a fan base as there is in the NHL and yet they consistently fail those who bet on hockey games with them.
While many NHL wagering experts expect that new front office boss Brian Burke will eventually make Toronto a team that will make a ton of money for those who bet on hockey, that time is a long way away.
Burke was the architect for the Anaheim Ducks 2007 Stanley Cup title team and just took over the Leafs in December so it will be a while before his blueprint is implemented. In the meantime Toronto has been mired in yet another bet on hockey slump as they had an overall record of 20-25-5-5 straight up.
The Maple Leafs had a bet on hockey mark of 27-28 against the hockey odds and from January 19 through February 12 they paid off gamblers in just three out of ten games. Toronto had a strong mark, however, of 20-10 over the total in road games. They ranked 11th overall on offense while ranking 30th overall on defense.
The New York Rangers had an overall bet on hockey record of 30-20-2-3 straight up but were just 22-33 against the hockey odds.
From January 28 through February 11 the Rangers went on a bad run in which they won for those who bet on hockey just once in six tries. The Rangers were 17-8-1-2 in home bet on hockey action and posted just 9 overs in those games.
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