NHL wagering fans have seen both teams have their recent share of problems as they try and stay alive for the bet on hockey post season. The Anaheim Devils have had their NHL wagering fortunes turn for the worse recently as they were in and out of the 8th and final playoff spot in the western conference.
From February 4 through February 18 the Ducks killed those who bet on hockey with them by losing 4 out of 6 games. Anaheim had an overall NHL wagering record of 28-26-3-2 straight up and 27-32 against the hockey lines.
The Ducks were a break even NHL wagering proposition on the road with a mark of 13-13-2 and an over/under mark of 13-13-2 as well. As you might expect with Anaheim they rank right in the middle of the NHL for both offense and defense.
Jonas Hiller has been a major NHL wagering asset in goal for the Ducks as he had a stellar save percentage of .922 and a goals against average of 2.27. Hiller was clearly outplaying all star Jean-Sebastien Giguere.
The Ducks also had some NHL wagering balance on offense as Ryan Getzlaf, Corey Perry, Bobby Ryan, Teemu Selanne, and Chris Kunitz each had at least 15 goals.
The Buffalo Sabres have also harmed those who have bet on hockey with them recently as from February 7 through February 19 they went on a NHL wagering stretch in which they lost 4 out of 6 games. Buffalo had an overall NHL wagering record of 30-23-3-3 straight up and 27-32 against the hockey lines.
From January 31 through February 19 the Sabres went on an over/under NHL wagering stretch in which they posted 8 unders in 10 games. The Sabres NHL wagering strength was their 10th ranked defense as goaltender Ryan Miller had a 2.54 goals against average and .917 save percentage.
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