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NHL Gambling: Sportsbooks post Stanley Cup Playoff first round series odds

04.29.2013     12:37 PM     Printer Friendly
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Here are the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs first round series prices according to 5Dimes. On tomorrow's Sportsmemo Podcast we'll be breaking down every Eastern and Western Conference series with handicappers Sammy P and Ian Cameron.

Eastern Conference
No. 1 Pittsburgh -440
No. 8 NY Islanders +350

No. 2 Montreal -160
No. 7 Ottawa +140

No. 3 Washington -110
No. 6 NY Rangers -110

No. 4 Boston -200
No. 5 Toronto +170

Western Conference
No. 1 Chicago -425
No. 8 Minnesota +340

No. 2 Anaheim -140
No. 7 Detroit +120

No. 3 Vancouver -135
No. 6 San Jose +115

No. 4 St. Louis -110
No. 5 Los Angeles -110





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NHL Handicapper Free Play: Los Angeles Kings at Minnesota Wild

04.23.2013     09:54 AM     Sammy P Sports     Printer Friendly
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Los Angeles -115 at Minnesota O/U 5
Recommendation: Los Angeles


Rarely do you get one of the hottest and best teams in the NHL playing at this short of a price, but that’s what we get tonight when the Kings travel to Minnesota to face a reeling Wild club.  Minnesota has lost eight of its last 11 games and they have been unable to consistently find the back of the net during this time (1.7 goals per game).  Scoring has always been a major problem for the Wild and facing a tough Kings defense tonight is not what the doctor ordered to break them out of their slump.  This is a Kings team starting to get healthier at the right time with the addition of Matt Greene off of the IR.  Don't let the "must win" talk for Minnesota tonight fool you as Los Angeles is just as focused to lock up home ice advantage for the playoffs.  Los Angeles has been winning games of late (4-0-1) with timely scoring, stellar defense, and depth.  They've scored at least one PP goal in eight straight games.  Look for the Kings to continue this push into the playoffs and wear down the Wild tonight at the short Read more



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NHL Handicapper Free Play: Vancouver Canucks at St. Louis Blues

04.16.2013     10:26 AM     Sammy P Sports     Printer Friendly
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Vancouver at St. Louis -135 O/U 5
Recommendation: Under


This game is juiced to the Under and deservedly so. St. Louis has shown nothing of late to prove it can score goals on a consistent basis, but still they are able to keep the puck out of the net and that makes them a very lucrative Under team.  The Blues have lost two straight games where they scored just one goal, and before that during their six win streak they scored just 14 goals.  In their last 15 games they've gone Over a total of 5 just twice.  Vancouver comes into town after a solid win in Nashville last night – a back-to-back situation tonight and third game in four nights.  Vancouver has played in six back-to-back situations and only one of those went Over 5.  I expect the Canucks to play a very disciplined road hockey game tonight and limit the Blues’ chances while being patient about their own chances.  This has all the markings of a 2-1 type contest.

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NHL Handicapping: The Eastern Conference playoff race heats up

04.10.2013     07:35 AM     Sammy P Sports     Printer Friendly
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We're down to the last 7-10 games in the regular season for most teams and like everyone expected the standings are a logjam. A lot can happen here in the next two weeks from top to bottom.

Pittsburgh, Boston, and Montreal look to have the No. 1, No. 2, and No. 4 seeds locked up. Pittsburgh will more than likely claim the top spot with Montreal and Boston fighting over the No. 2 and No. 4 seeds. In my mind, with two games in hand and just one point back, the Bruins look to have the inside track as the second spot.

The No. 3 seed goes to the Southeast Division winner – a race this is completely up for grabs despite Washington’s current run. The Capitals are 9-1-1 in their last 11 games, but despite the two-point lead and game in hand they hold over Winnipeg, this race is far from over. In fact Winnipeg's schedule is so easy down the stretch that they may be able to slide into the eighth spot if they are unable to win the Southeast. Washington ends the season playing competition (not counting the game versus Winnipeg) with a combined record of 143-129 (.526) while Winnipeg faces a majority of home games versus subpar teams that combine for a record of Read more



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NHL Handicapper Free Play: St. Louis Blues at Nashville Predators

04.09.2013     10:11 AM     Sammy P Sports     Printer Friendly
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St. Louis -125 at Nashville O/U 5
Recommendation: St. Louis


The Blues come into Nashville tonight riding a four-game winning streak and are in sole possession of the seventh playoff spot in the Western Conference.  They’ve finally buckled down and played solid defensive hockey which was the key ingredient in last season’s success.  Forward Patrik Berglund said, "The way we're back winning these close games, we're back to playing the way we were last season."  That could spell major trouble for other Western Conference teams. St. Louis has given up just 20 goals in its last 12 games which led to an 8-4 record.  Nashville on the other hand has taken itself out of the playoff race by losing six of its last seven games.  Scoring has been a big problem for the Predators all season long, netting just 2.4 goals a game which ranks 27th in the NHL.  Big edge tonight to the Blues who should get plenty of offensive chances on their PP attempts as their #6th ranked power play looks to feast on the #27th ranked Nashville PK.  St. Louis has found a way to win these tight games, and I expect another one this Read more



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NHL Handicapper Free Play: Buffalo Sabres at Pittsburgh Penguins

04.02.2013     09:32 AM     Sammy P Sports     Printer Friendly
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Buffalo at Pittsburgh -240 O/U 5.5
Recommendation: Under


Pittsburgh has won an incredible 15 straight games and they are doing it on the defensive end.  A team that has always had the offensive firepower to dominate the opposition, the Penguins are finding ways to win defensively as well.  They have recorded three straight shutouts and have gone Under the total nine of their last ten games.  Despite their ability to plug anyone into the lineup and get the same results, the recent injury to Sidney Crosby (broken jaw and out indefinitely) could prove costly.  The trades for Jarome Iginla and Brenden Morrow up front last week will undoubtedly help offensively and defensively (both are solid two-way players), but I don't expect much chemistry between them and their new teammates right off the bat.  Buffalo comes into Pittsburgh losing its last four games and with a big "for sale" sign on their roster.  I'd be surprised if the Sabres didn't move more players before the 3pm EST Wednesday trade deadline.  That being said, this is still a team with a ton of pride and a lot to play for.  I generally like to Read more



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Sportsmemo Handicappers react to Pittsburgh's trade for Jarome Iginla

03.28.2013     11:06 AM     Printer Friendly
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Sportsmemo Handicappers Ian Cameron and Sammy P weigh in Pittsburgh acquiring Calgary's Jarome Iginla.

Ian Cameron’s take…


This COULD be the trade that puts Pittsburgh over the top. Hard not to think of them as the team to beat for the Stanley Cup after landing Iginla. It was hilarious watching all the TSN Hockey Insiders last night go on and on about Iginla going to Boston only for Calgary GM Jay Feaster to pull the rug out from under everyone and ship him off to Pittsburgh.

Calgary got a couple blue chip prospects and Pittsburgh's 1st round pick in 2013 but this move proves it's Cup or bust for the Penguins. Dan Bylsma has some tough choices to make in regards to where they put Iginla. You would assume he'd go on their top line but Sidney Crosby, Pascal Dupuis and Chris Kunitz have developed great chemistry and have been dominant. Bylsma may not wish to upset the apple cart there so Iginla may actually be slotted on their second line with Brenden Morrow (and eventually Evgeni Malkin when he comes back from injury) but then where do you put James Neal who is your third right winger after Dupuis and Iginla? All part

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NHL Handicapper Free Pick: Calgary Flames at Chicago Blackhawks

03.26.2013     11:03 AM     Sammy P Sports     Printer Friendly
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Calgary at Chicago -185 O/U 5.5
Recommendation: Under


As a bettor, I put a ton of stock into watching games and seeing trends develop in their infancy.  There is no substitute for understanding the intricacies of a sport and getting ahead of the betting markets.  In a game tonight where a lot of the public and trends point towards the over, I see plenty of value and reason to look the other way.  Chicago is coming off of a tough 5-4 loss last night against Los Angeles and will certainly be looking to shore up the defense against offensively challenged Calgary.  This will be the sixth time this season Chicago will be playing a back-to-back with four of the previous five games going under the total.  Note also that these two teams played a 3-2 shootout game earlier in the season.  I liked what I saw defensively from Calgary last game, and I'm willing to step out and beat the marketplace going forward.  Look for Calgary to do enough in goal and on the back end tonight to keep this number under 5.5 on the road.

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NHL Gambling: Los Angeles Kings continue to trend OVER the total

03.18.2013     03:12 PM     Sammy P Sports     Printer Friendly
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Phoenix at Los Angeles -175 O/U 5

A week ago on the Sportsmemo Podcast and in some free play analysis I mentioned the tremendous over-the-total run the Los Angeles Kings were having.  For the month of March, the Kings have scored 34 goals and surrendered 29 goals – that comes out to 63 goals in 9 games for an average of 7 goals per game. All nine games were lined with totals of 5 (with minimal juice) and all but one went over the total. We see the same "asleep at the wheel" posting tonight as they face the Phoenix Coyotes with most sportsbooks offering 5ov-120.  Oddsmakers have yet to catch on but it’s only a matter of time before they start offering 5.5.

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NHL Handicapper Free Play: Los Angeles Kings at Phoenix Coyotes

03.12.2013     09:56 AM     Sammy P Sports     Printer Friendly
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Los Angeles at Phoenix -120 O/U 5
Recommendation: Over


Los Angeles comes into Phoenix tonight playing tremendous hockey.  They are starting to display the same winning qualities that won them the Stanley Cup last season.  They've gone 9-2 in their last 11 games and have climbed back into the Western Conference playoff race.  They have been getting the job done offensively getting contributions all throughout their lineup which has led to a major shift towards the Over for this club.  Five of their last six games have gone Over the total.  Phoenix has seen similar Over trends lately as well as they've gone 6-2 to the Over in the past eight games.  These teams played a 4-2 game earlier in the season and I expect more of the same tonight.  Los Angeles is playing the back end of a back-to-back situation here after a grueling 3-1 win on its home ice last night versus the Flames.  I see no reason for either of these teams to slow down tonight.  It may be only a matter of time before we see some 5.5 totals pop up in Kings games, and I feel very comfortable with this lined at 5 with minimal juice in a situation Read more



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