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Last night’s bet of the night was a solid choice and almost panned out were it not for overtime and an inexperienced goalie between the pipes. Why couldn’t the Devils just play Cory Schneider the entire game?

It certainly would have helped me out. My Bet of the Night for September 20th was the New Jersey Devils to beat crosstown rivals the New York Rangers at +165. The game ended 4-3 in OT after a swashbuckling second period where the two teams traded four goals.

DET (+170) 5 @ 6 PIT (-205)
NJD (+160) 3 @ 4 NYR (-200)
TBL (-115) 4 @ 3 CAR (-105)
WSH (-110) 4 @ 2 MTL (-110)
CBJ (+115) 2 @ 3 STL (-140)
EDM (-105) 4 @ 1 WPG (-115)
VAN 5 (+165) @ 3 CGY (-195)
ARI 5 (+165) @ 1 ANA (-195)

Take your pick over what was the actual best bet last night. Because both Vancouver and Arizona at +165 won. This is likely going to be my play all year and bet Vancouver. They’re going to be bad. But they still have to win games.

September 21st Lines:
NJD (+130) @MTL (-160)
PHI (+105) @BOS (-125)
WPG (+115) @MIN (-140) Bet of the Night
DET (+135) @CHI (-165)
DAL (-125) @COL (+105)
VGK (+115) @SJS (-140)

*LAK@VAN going down in China

Winnipeg isn’t a bad team. They don’t have a great goalie in Steve Mason (even though he won a Calder Trophy). But this team isn’t bad. Nor is Minnesota for that fact, but Winnipeg shouldn’t be overlooked.

At +115 the return isn’t fantastic, but I don’t trust Detroit or New Jersey to get it done on a back to back. But hey it’s preseason.


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