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The Ottawa Senators stunned the hockey world as the No. 7 seed in the Eastern Conference with a relative easy 4-1 opening round series victory over No. 2 Montreal. It outscored the Canadiens 20-9 with an average of four goals a game after averaging just 2.3 goals in the regular season. Kyle Turris was the leading scorer for the Senators this year with just 12 goals, but he tallied three more in the series against Montreal.
The second round of the NHL playoffs are about to begin, and here at Bang the Book, we are analyzing the NHL betting odds for the first game of the series between the Ottawa Senators and the Pittsburgh Penguins.
You’re only going to go as far as your goalie takes you in the playoffs. Today, we’re looking at the second week of NHL betting action in the postseason and analyzing which goalies have been the best and which have been the worst in the second season to help you handicap the NHL playoff odds for the second halves of all of these great series.
With a 2-1 series lead in tote, the Ottawa Senators look to push the Montreal Canadiens to the brink of elimination on Tuesday night at Scotia Bank Place for NHL betting action in what could be a brutal game.
The No. 1 seed in the East, the New York Rangers will look to salvage their season in this crucial Game 7 in NHL betting action on Thursday night, as they take on the upstart Ottawa Senators. Looking for the …
Monday, April 23rd’s crucial NHL betting battle pits the No. 1 New York Rangers against the No. 8 Ottawa Senators, with the top seed trying to avoid the embarrassment of being the second No. 1 to get bounced out of …
The New York Rangers are the top seed in the Eastern Conference, and they are going to try to make that stick against the Ottawa Senators in Game 1 of in NHL playoff betting action in the East. The BTB …
Today in the Daily Sports Roundup: The Thunder rumble with the Lakers, the Cardinals take on the Giants and the Senators try to stay alive against the Penguins.
A look at how the Pittsburgh Penguins and Ottawa Senators stack up against each other in their first round hockey playoff betting duel.
The Phoenix Coyotes get a chance to bounce back from their first loss of the season as they travel to Ottawa to face the Senators on Friday. Phoenix was beaten 4-1 on Wednesday at Chicago. “We played too easy of a game,” head coach Wayne Gretzky said. “After a period and a half, we started to cheat a little bit. If you cheat, you’re going to get beat at this level.” Friday’s game will be the first real test of the season for the young Coyotes.