NHL wagering fans will give the Penguins a second look since they have changed coaches in the hope of starting a win streak for those who bet on hockey with them. The Pittsburgh Penguins have been the most disappointing team in the NHL wagering season so far.
Last year’s eastern conference champions would not make the playoffs if the season ended now and they have badly burned those who have bet on hockey with them. Pittsburgh had an overall NHL wagering record of 28-25-2-4 straight up and just 25-34 against the hockey lines.
New coach Dan Bylsma was hired to give the Penguins a much needed jolt for the NHL wagering stretch run towards the playoffs. The Penguins split his first two games as coach. Pittsburgh has been a reliable NHL wagering “over” team on the road as they went under the total in just 11 out of 28 games away from home.
The Penguins ranked 11th overall on offense while ranking 22nd overall on defense. It is hoped that Sidney Crosby will finally live up to his NHL wagering reputation as a major asset and return to his MVP form down the stretch.
The Dallas Stars have been one of the strongest teams in NHL wagering after a poor start that burned many of those who bet on hockey with them early in the season. Dallas had an overall NHL wagering record of 29-21-3-4 straight up and 26-31 against the hockey lines.
But from January 21 through February 19 the Stars were one of the hottest commodities in NHL wagering as they got the cash in 10 out of 13 games. Dallas was ranked 12th overall on offense while ranking 23rd overall on defense.
The Stars were a strong NHL wagering “over” team at home as they posted just 7 unders in 28 games as a host. Dallas has a suspect defense that was ranked 23rd as goaltender Marty Turco has been inconsistent.
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