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NHL Wagering: Anaheim Ducks vs. San Jose Sharks

NHL wagering features a Western Conference matchup as the Ducks travel to San Jose to face the Sharks in a hockey betting handicap of Pacific Division rivals.

NHL wagering on the Anaheim Ducks has been a poor value so far this season.  Anaheim had a hockey betting record of 14-10-2-1 straight up and 11-16 against the hockey odds.  The Ducks had an over under NHL wagering mark of 11-14-2 under the total.

In road NHL wagering action Anaheim was 7-4-1-0 with an over under mark of 4-6-2 under the total.

From November 22 through November 30 Anaheim went on a NHL wagering stretch in which they won and covered 4 consecutive games only to lose their next 2 both straight up and against the board, which is indicative of their up and down season.

From November 21 through December 3 the Ducks were on an over under NHL wagering stretch of 6 out of 7 games going under the number.  Anaheim was ranked 16th overall on offense while ranking 14th overall on defense.  Ryan Getzlaf led the Ducks in scoring with 32 points and 22 assists.

Teemu Selanne led in goals with 14.  The goaltending has been solid with both Jean Sebastian Giguere and Jonas Hiller performing with save percentages well over .910 and goals against averages under 3.00.  NHL wagering on the San Jose Sharks has been a little above break even so far this season.

The Sharks had an overall hockey betting mark of 22-3-1-0 straight up but just 14-12 against the hockey odds.  San Jose had a over under NHL wagering record of 14-11-1 over the total.  In home NHL wagering action the Sharks were 14-0-1-0 and 8-6-1 over the total.

From November 13 through December 4 San Jose was on a phenomenal NHL wagering run in which they went 9-0 both straight up and against the board.  NHL wagering on the Sharks can be expensive but lately they have been getting the cash no matter the odds.  Joe Thornton has led the Sharks in scoring with 32 points and 24 assists.

Devin Setoguchi led in goal scoring with 13.  Evgeni Nabokov led in goaltending with a .902 save percentage and 2.51 goals against average.  Brian Boucher had even better numbers as his backup.  San Jose was way out in front in the Pacific Division and in strong position to claim home ice advantage for the post season. is your NHL wagering home.

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