NHL wagering handicappers are alarmed at the Rangers lack of offense while Toronto has been a bad team to bet on hockey with in February. The New York Rangers are beginning to suffer the NHL wagering consequences of being a one dimensional team that cannot generate a serious offensive threat.
The Rangers have treated those who bet on hockey with them by having an 8th ranked defense. Their 29th ranked offense, however, is becoming a NHL wagering albatross. New York had an overall NHL wagering record of 31-22-2-4 straight up and a poor 25-34 against the hockey lines.
From January 28 through February 18 the Rangers went on a horrific NHL wagering stretch in which they got the cash in just 2 out of 10 games as they scored 3 or more goals just twice in that 10 game span! As you might expect the Rangers have been a strong NHL wagering “under” team as just 20 of their 59 games went over the total.
The Rangers were performing near the top of the eastern conference standings at the start of the NHL wagering season but have been falling towards the “danger zone” in the standings since the start of the New Year.
Goaltender Henrik Lundqvist has been the NHL wagering rock that the Rangers have relied upon as he had a .914 save percentage and a 2.53 goals against average. The Rangers lack of scoring is clearly starting to wear Lundqvist down, however.
The Toronto Maple Leafs were a surprising value to bet on hockey with until recently as they have also been in the midst of a poor NHL wagering stretch. From February 3 through February 19 Toronto got the cash in just 2 out of 8 games.
They had an overall NHL wagering record of 21-26-5-6 straight up and 29-29 against the hockey lines. Toronto won just 10 out of 28 home games.
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