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Hockey Bet on Caps vs. Lightning at Sports Gambling

Hockey bet action Saturday offers a first or worst option from Tampa Bay as the Caps and Lightning have a bet on hockey matchup.

Hockey bet fans have a good profit on Washington while the Lightning have offered surprising bet on hockey value.  The Washington Capitals had an overall hockey bet record of 33-16-2-2 straight up and 29-24 against the hockey odds.  The Caps have been in first place in the southeast division for most of the season.

From January 14 through February 5 Washington went on a nice hockey bet stretch in which they got the cash in six out of nine games.  Washington has been something of a reliable bet on hockey “over” team as well with just 22 unders in a total of 52 games.

Washington has had their best hockey bet success at home as they were just 12-12-2-1 in bet on hockey road action.  The Capitals hockey bet strength has been their 5th ranked offense while their defense was ranked 18th.  Superstar Alex Ovechkin led Washington in scoring with 37 goals and 31 assists for 68 points.

Brent Johnson and Jose Theodore have been reliable goaltenders.  Despite all of their bad publicity the Tampa Bay Lightning have actually operated in the black this hockey bet season.

Their pathetic reputation has actually served to enhance their hockey bet value as the odds makers are having to offer added and enhanced value in order to attract money towards the Bolts.  Tampa Bay had an overall hockey bet record of 17-24-4-7 straight up and 27-25 against the hockey odds.

After a decent stretch the Lightning went back into their old hockey bet ways, however, as they lost four consecutive games from January 29 through February 4.  Tampa Bay was ranked 23rd overall on offense while ranking 24th overall on defense.

Martin St. Louis and Vincent Lecavalier have led the Bolts in scoring while Mike Smith has emerged as a hockey bet asset in goal with a .916 save percentage and 2.62 goals against average.  Tampa Bay lost at Washington 4-7 in their last meeting on New Year’s Day.

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