The Pens, Hawks or Caps? They are the big 3 this year, according to oddsmakers and NHL experts. But bettors may not be sold. You may be more interested in a sleeper pick like the Mighty Ducks, or the Los Angeles Kings. Both of these teams have championship-level talent and rosters, without championship-level expectations. Either have the potential to make bettors very happy.
2017 Stanley Cup Odds
Will the Penguins Repeat? While the defending champions Pittsburgh Penguins are looking for a dynasty, they’re actually more fit for a bounty. They’re going to work even harder this year because a) Everyone is now gunning for them, and b) Everyone is getting better. We thought they would string together a few Cups back in 2009, but they came up short. And I don’t feel next year’s team is as deep as they were back in 09.
Stanley Cup Winner Prediction
BET The The Anaheim Mighty Ducks (+1600) | William Hill
Yes, you read that correctly. I’m backing the quack. They have a new/old coach behind the bench, and this should breathe in a breath of fresh air, while simultaneously bringing in the familiarity of an old feeling. That feeling is winning. If the Ducks get off to a fast start, they can really be dangerous. They’re experienced enough to outsmart the young teams, and still young enough to compete with young and fast legs.
What the World Cup of Hockey Means for the Ducks. They are sending 8 players to compete for their respective countries in Toronto at the World Cup of hockey. That means these guys are going to presumably hit the ice in mid-season form, by the time the puck drops on the NHL regular season. But that could also mean they have less left in the tank when it comes to the NHL playoffs. And it also could mean a crucial player picks up a nagging injury before the season even starts.
2017 Stanley Cup Live Odds
Trust Experts When Placing Bets… Not Fans. The advantage to living in Hockey Nation is that there is a full docket of games on every night. The downside is everyone claims to be an expert, and many can fool you into thinking they are. Remember, just because someone is an expert on the NHL, does not mean they’re an expert on betting. A super-fan can talk a good game, but their judgement is often clouded by their personal bias and loyalty.
So when looking for advice, trust bettors. They’re emotionally indifferent and only care about the numbers. See what our experts have to say by browsing the righthand side of the page. You can also check out the standing below throughout the regular season.
Category : NFL News
With the NFL in full swing, football fans all over the world love seeing great touchdowns, awesome interceptions, hard hits and brilliant finishes being showcased on their television sets. But, if you're an NFL fan north of the border, there's always one main question on your mind, and that's how to watch the NFL in Canada?
Fortunately for you, we have the answer to that in this piece, as we break down the multiple different options you have out there to not miss any of the action weeks in and week out for the biggest games on the NFL schedule.
The Stanley Cup is the traditional sporting event that Canadians gravitate toward but the Super Bowl is also a major Canadian sports betting event. Estimates are the Canadians wager more than $150 millon on the NFL's big game each year. There are some Canadians who do more than watch the Super Bowl from the sideline. Several Canadians have participated in the Super Bowl and have achieved some unique moments in the game's lore.
The NFL is the biggest league among the major North American leagues, as such, it garners more bets than any other. This means that the Super Bowl is one of the most bet on sporting events in the world - and it all takes place within 4 hours!
The amount of money bet on the Super Bowl is outrageous. With so many bettors playing the odds there was over $154 million spent at the Super Bowl LIV, making it the second-most all-time amount wagered.
The Super Bowl commercial breaks are always much-anticipated aspects of the whole spectacle, with some memorable ads that will stick with football fans for life. Though, sometimes, these ads stick with viewers for the wrong reasons.
With the average cost of a 30-second in-game ad estimated to be $5.25 million, it’s something these advertising companies need to be getting right. But, for those that do get it wrong, it’s fun to chuckle at just how bad these things have been.
Within this article we’ll take a look at some of the worst Super Bowl commercials of all time, addressing the finer details of what really didn’t click. Stay tuned for the very worst top-10!