Hockey wagering on Vancouver has been like printing cash as of late while Anaheim has not been a strong hockey bet most of this year. Since the return of goaltender Roberto Luongo the Vancouver Canucks have been one of the top teams in all of hockey wagering.
Since February, in fact, there have been few teams that have been a better hockey bet. The Canucks went on a hockey wagering run in which they got the cash in 11 out of 13 games against the hockey odds from February 2 through March 3.
This has propelled the Canucks into a solid standing in the western conference for the hockey wagering post season where that was once no sure thing for them. Vancouver is one of the more balanced teams in hockey wagering as they ranked 10th overall on offense and 10th overall on defense.
Daniel Sedin led the Canucks in scoring with 61 points while his twin brother Henrik Sedin was right behind him with 60. Luongo had a 2.44 goals against average and a save percentage of .916 while posting a record of 22 wins against just 8 defeats. The Anaheim Ducks have not been a good hockey bet value lately.
From February 15 through March 3 the Ducks went on a hockey wagering stretch in which they beat the hockey odds just 2 out of 7 times. Anaheim had an overall hockey wagering record of 31-28-4-2 straight up and just 30-34 against the board.
Anaheim has been bouncing in and out of the eighth and final hockey wagering playoff spot in the western conference. Ryan Getzlaf has been a strong hockey wagering asset for the Ducks as he led the team in scoring with 20 goals and 50 assists for 70 points.
Goaltender Jonas Hiller has also made a strong hockey wagering contribution with a 2.33 goals against average and a save percentage of .920 as he has outplayed his all star teammate Jean-Sebastien Giguere.
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