Article posted on Thursday 14 December
Article posted on Thursday 14 December - 16:57 EST
Winnipeg and Chicago clash in Manitoba for a key Central Division matchup, as the Blackhawks attempt to climb back into playoff contention. A busy Thursday night features a total of five Canadian teams, including the Maple Leafs, Canadiens and the Oilers, creating some of the best NHL picks and puckline opportunities for December 14th. Keep your eyes peeled for high-powered squads like Nashville on the road, increasing the payout for great hockey teams.
On Saturday December 16th, the 2017 college football Bowl season officially begins as there are five great games spread out throughout the day for football fans and bettors to breakdown, consume, and hopefully add a few units to their bankrolls. This article will look at a few of those games that kick things off and outline some of the better value plays on the betting board.
Article posted on Thursday 14 December
Everyone loves a happy ending. That's why fans continue to speculate and even debate whether Toronto Raptors' legend Vince Carter returning and retiring as a Raptor. The 40-year-old has hung around the league and done decently as the elder statesman of Western Conference teams but statistics show he has little to offer outside veteran advice. We look at the pros and cons of a potential Toronto reunion.
After an incredible season capped off with an MLS Cup win by Toronto FC, Canadian sports fans turn their attention to the mid-season hockey in the NHL, along with the Toronto Raptors in the NBA. Fans of The North will be pleased by an upcoming rout of the Brooklyn Nets, while Vancouver and Ottawa hockey fans will feel disappointment in the five must-bet Canadian games of the week.
An exciting season of Canadian Football League betting action has drawn to a close. A journey that began when Montreal hosted Saskatchewan, on June 22, 2017, ended on Grey Cup Sunday in Ottawa. Congratulations to the Toronto Argonauts who weathered the storm to claim the 105th CFL Championship with a victory over the Calgary Stampeders. Here we review the season that was.
NHL picks and pucklines on December 13th feature the Vancouver Canucks and the Ottawa Senators at the crossroads of difficult situations. Vancouver’s dropped into a three-game losing streak because of serious injury issues, while Ottawa continues a long losing trend without putting up much of a fight. Both teams face irrelevancy if they’re not able to turn it around over the next couple of weeks, beginning with their matchups against the Predators and the Rangers.
Article posted on Wednesday 13 December
Australia have shot out to a 2-0 series lead in this year's Ashes Series against England, and will reclaim the trophy with a win in the third test in Perth. We preview the match in detail and discuss the options in the head to head market.
The top five must-see NHL plays of the week include forwards who could end up sweeping the Hart, Art Ross and Calder trophies at the end of the season. Barzal, Stamkos and Kucherov show why they're unstoppable, while John Gibson and Devan Dubnyk victimize the Vegas Golden Knights with absurd saves which ended up preventing the expansion team from collecting additional points against the Ducks and Wild.
St. Louis could’ve taken a day off last week and no one would think twice. Instead, they ripped off four straight wins under the power of Brayden Schenn and Jake Allen. The Flyers received a much-needed goaltending boost from Brian Elliott, who backstopped Philly from the brink with three straight gems. Our honorary Canuck NHL stars of the week contribute to the success of the Jets, Flames and Maple Leafs during tough stretches of the schedule.
Hockey returns to full tilt on Tuesday, December 12th, with a total of nine games on the schedule, including four Canadian teams facing American rivals. The best NHL picks and pucklines for tonight include positive moneylines for Toronto against Philadelphia, Buffalo hosting Ottawa and a puckline opportunity for the Capitals welcoming the Avalanche to Washington. Calgary and Edmonton face tough challenges against the Wild and the Blue Jackets, two of the toughest teams in the United States.
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