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Newly minted Eastern Conference rivals will meet on the NBC Sports Network on Wednesday night on the NHL betting docket, as the Detroit Red Wings host the Philadelphia Flyers at Joe Louis Arena.
Very possible playoff contenders are set to meet in NHL betting action as a part of a jam packed Wednesday night on the ice, as the Detroit Red Wings host the Boston Bruins.
Anyone can easily look up who the best teams are in terms of wins and losses in the NHL, but the really successful NHL betting fans are the ones who analyze every aspect of the game. Today, we’re going to look at the puck-lines for the hottest and the coldest teams in the NHL through games completed on 11/19/13.
For the very first time in their history, the Detroit Red Wings will be playing in an NHL betting battle as members of the Eastern Conference. The first foe on tap is the Buffalo Sabres, who know that this could legitimately be one of the more frustrating seasons in their team history.
You’re always going to want to make sure that you have a team on your side that is going to have a goalie you can trust. These were some of the best goalies in our estimation last season that you are going to want to be on the lookout for in NHL betting action this year!
The Chicago Blackhawks have staved off elimination once, but now, they have their toughest test of the season, winning Game 6 on the road with their season on the line against the hated Detroit Red Wings.
The Chicago Blackhawks are officially on the brink of elimination, and they are going to have to win on Saturday night in NHL betting action against the Detroit Red Wings if they are going to extend their season. Detroit holds the 3-1 series lead after four games, and though that isn’t a completely insurmountable deficit, it will definitely provide a huge challenge for the Presidents’ Trophy holders.
The Chicago Blackhawks are officially on the ropes. The Presidents Trophy holders are down 2-1 in their best-of-seven NHL betting series against the Detroit Red Wings, and if they don’t win on Thursday night on the ice, they’ll be behind 3-1 heading back to the Windy City this weekend.
Chicago came into this season’s Stanley Cup Playoffs as a heavy favorite to win the Western Conference. After eliminating Minnesota in five games in the opening round followed by a dominating 4-1 victory in Game 1 of this series as a 191 home favorite, it appeared that it was well on its way fulfilling that prediction. That may have all changed after Saturday night’s 4-1 loss in Game 2 as a 196 favorite at home.
The Detroit Red Wings did the job over the course of their first two games of the Western Conference Semifinals, earning a split at the United Center against the Chicago Blackhawks. Now, these two teams are going to meet on Monday night in Game 3 in NHL betting action, as these two teams try to break a 1-1 series deadlock.