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  • Handicapper Records 2009

      W L P Units
      NFL 44 30 0 +31.49
      NHL 16 10 0 +20.87
      NCAA-F 10 8 1 +2.77
      NFL 12 8 0 +8.73


2* Selection: OVER 6

Just about every hockey fan knows that the Penguins have one of the elite offenses in the NHL. The Pens have been hot as of late, scoring 13 goals in their last 2 contests. The fact that Colorado’s number 1 netminder, Craig Anderson, is out gives us more than enough reason to believe that Pittsburgh should be able to light up the scoreboard relatively easily.

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3* Selection: St. Louis +115

We are getting great value on the Blues as the road underdog in this contest. The Blue Jackets have lost 5 in a row and have allowed a total of 20 goals to the opposition in that stretch. St. Louis on the other hand has played relatively well as of late winning 4 of its last 6.

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3* Selection: Nashville +115

We cannot ignore the value that we are given on the Preds in this matchup. Colorado has one of the best home records at 7-2 but the Avs have struggled as of late winning only 2 of their last 7. The root of Colorado’s struggles has been its inability to stop the opposition.

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ryan getzlaf3* Selection: Florida +106

The Pens travel to Miami to face one of the hottest teams in the NHL. The Panthers are 5-1 in their last 6 and 6-1 in their last 7 in the fourth game of a 4 in 6 situation. I really like the Panthers in this one because the Penguins have the injury bug and are missing 3 key defencemen including Jay McKee, Alex Goligoski and Kris Letang.

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ryan getzlaf3* Selection: Nashville -105

The Preds are one of the hottest teams in the league winning 5 in a row and 6 of their last 7. One of the reasons why the Preds have attained this level of success is because they are almost a completely healthy team.

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2* Selection: Washington -1.5 +155

The Habs head to Washington fresh off a 3-2 shootout win versus Carolina. Each team has key players sidelined with injuries. The Caps are missing Mike Knuble and Alexander Semin but they got a huge boost earlier this week as Alex Ovechkin was back in the lineup. The Canadiens have been without Andrei Markov all year but now they have lost Brian Gionta indefinitely.

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3* Selection: UNDER 5.5 -115

The Sabres are leading the Northeast Division and one of the main reasons they have been this successful is based on Ryan Miller’s performance. He has been absolutely phenomenal this season with a 1.77 G.A.A., 0.939 save percentage and 2 shutouts.

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mike richards3* Selection: Philly -110

There is a high probability that a lot of bettors would jump on the Kings as a home underdog without thinking twice. After analyzing both teams recent performances it is quite evident that the Flyers are clearly in a better position to win this one. The Kings are playing their first game at home following a 5 game road trip.

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3* Selection: Washington -102

We’re getting a great price to play the Caps considering the fact that Alex Ovechkin is expected to be back in the lineup. Prior to his injury, Ovechkin had 14 goals and 9 assists in only 14 games. Another reason I really like the Caps in this one is because goaltender Jose Theodore is doubtful which means that Semyon Varlamov will likely get the start.

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3* Selection: New Jersey +129

The Devils are again listed as a road underdog despite the fact that they have won all 9 of their road contests this season. The Flyers are 7-4 at home but New Jersey has been red hot as of late going 8-0 in their last 8 overall. They have been outscoring their opponents by an average margin of 2 goals in their last 5.

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mike richards3* Selection: Philly -1.5 +190

We cannot ignore the value that we are getting on the Flyers to cover the number in this one. Philly is currently riding a 5 game winning streak and they have completely dominated their opponents in the process, outscoring them by a margin of 24-7. Four of those wins were by at least 3 goals.
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ryan getzlaf3* Selection: UNDER 5.5 +105

We are getting a lot of value in playing the UNDER here since oddsmakers are giving us positive odds. Both teams have experienced goaltending issues in the beginning of the season but at this point it looks like goaltending is no longer an issue for either club. Detroit’s backup goaltender will likely get the start since Osgood is out with the flu but he’s been almost perfect in his last two contests stopping 56/58 shots.
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