Hockey bet fans have not gotten much value from first place Calgary while the Kings have offered surprising bet on hockey profits. While the Calgary Flames have led the northwest division for most of the hockey bet season that has not translated into profits.
Calgary had an overall hockey bet record of 30-17-3-1 straight up but was just 22-29 against the hockey odds. The reason for this bet on hockey disparity is because the Flames have been consistently big favorites for most of the season, making a loss quite expensive.
And from January 17 through February 5 the Flames suffered more hockey bet losses than normal as they had a bad stretch in which they got the cash in just three out of five games, harming bet on hockey bankrolls everywhere in the process. Calgary has been something of an “over” hockey bet team as they posted just 22 unders in 51 games.
Calgary ranked 7th overall on offense while ranking 21st overall on defense. Jarome Iginla has been a hockey bet star as he has led the Flames in scoring with 20 goals and 38 assists. Michael Cammalleri led the team in goals with 26. Goaltender Miikka Kiprusoff had a hockey bet mark of a 2.82 goals against average and save percentage of .904.
The Los Angeles Kings have quietly operated in the black despite a lackluster season. Los Angeles had an overall hockey bet mark of 22-21-2-5 straight up and 28-22 against the hockey odds. LA went on a nice hockey bet run from January 20 through February 5 in which they got the cash in five out of six games.
The Kings hockey bet strength has been their 10th ranked defense. Their offense ranked 22nd. Anze Kopitar led LA in scoring with 41 points based on 14 goals and 27 assists. Goalie Erik Ersberg had a 2.44 goals against average and .901 save percentage.
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