We’re on a role with our NHL gambling selections. Last night made it three in a row for us. We think we found the winner, but it’s hard to pick with just two games on the schedule.
With last nights NHL gambling, we moved into some sound success rate area with a 66% success rate. By the law of the land we aren’t going to win them all. And tonight kind of feels like one of those nights.
I’m just being honest with you. I feel like I’d like to know when I could lose some money, just as well as I’d like to know when I’m going to win some. And with only two games on the schedule, it might just be one of those nights.
Ottawa at a +190 is tempting, but the Senators have been a tire fire recently, and we don’t want to go anywhere near that just now. So we’re settling on the Minnesota/Chicago game.
Bet Of The Night
[EVEN] Record: 21-16-4, Road Record: 81-3-1, Form (Last 5):
|MIN 0-3 NAS||MIN 5-1 FLA||MIN 6-2 BUF||MIN 2-7 COL||MIN 2-3 CGY|
[-120] Record : 21-15-6, Home Record : 11-6-2, Form (Last 5) :
|CHI 3-4 CGY||CHI 5-2 NYR||CHI 4-5 VGK||CHI 4-1 EDM||CHI 8-2 OTT|
Thankfully when I went to bet on the game Minnesota had moved to a +110 rather than even. Nothing is worse than betting on a game you aren’t 100% sure on and have it be an EVEN dog.
Why don’t we believe in this? Well, Chicago has their scoring boots on scoring an average 4.8 goals for a game in their last five games. That’s scary for a team like Minnesota who haven’t exactly found their goaltending footing.
Narrative. They came back late against Calgary to earn a single point. Now they face a divisional rival in Chicago, one they can leapfrog into the final playoff spot in the west with the two points.
Both teams played last night and after a tough loss, Minnesota has something to prove.
Stats To Date (4/6) – 66%
Last nights win, puts us over our goal of 60% and almost into guarantee land where we can start being “call-our-parents” proud of ourselves.
As we keep saying though, this has been a small sample size. The goal now is to maintain this run. A loss tonight wouldn’t be disastrous, dropping us to 58%.
So why not just skip tonight if you think you might lose? Cause it’s a “Bet Of The Night” we do these every night, and this is probably the best chance at a win tonight. Does anyone think Ottawa can beat Toronto at home? No. It can certainly happen, Ottawa should be better than they are. It just won’t happen. So Minnesota it is!