Hockey betting on Vancouver has been one of the better board values so far this season. Vancouver had an overall hockey bet record of 15-10-0-2 straight up and 17-10 against the hockey lines. Vancouver had an over under hockey betting mark of an even 13-13-1 split.
The Canucks had a road hockey betting mark of 8-7-0-1 straight up and 9-6-1 over the total. From November 27 through December 5 Vancouver went on a hockey betting stretch in which they covered just one out of five games against the line.
From November 17 through December 5 the Canucks went on an over under hockey betting run in which they went over the total just 3 times. Vancouver’s blistering pace both straight up and against the board was slowed down somewhat by the injury to ace goaltender Roberto Luongo, who appears to be out of action for the next month or so.
Henrik Sedin led the Canucks in scoring with 26 points. Kyle Wellwood led in goals with 11 and Sedin led in assists with 22. Curtis Sanford has done most of the subbing for Luongo and he had a 3.14 goals against average and .900 save percentage. Hockey betting on the Edmonton Oilers has been an up and down proposition so far this season.
Edmonton had an overall hockey bet mark of 12-11-1-1 straight up and was 12-13 against the hockey lines. In over under hockey betting action Edmonton was 12-13 under the total. Edmonton had a home hockey betting mark of 3-3-1-1 with 5 of the 8 games going under the total.
From November 29 through December 5 the Oilers went on a hockey betting stretch in which they got the cash in 3 out of 4 games. From November 18 through December 5 the Oilers went on a strong over under hockey betting run that saw them go over the total 6 out of 7 games.
Edmonton was led in scoring by Ales Hemsky who had 27 points and led the Oilers in both goals (8) and assists (19).
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