|Written by Jerry Santiago|
|Sunday, 08 February 2009 00:00|
Hockey wagering handicappers have been impressed with Dallas’ resurgence while the Predators are falling from bet on hockey post season contention. The Nashville Predators have not had much hockey wagering success as of late.
From January 15 through January 30 the Predators went on a bad bet on hockey stretch in which they got the cash in just one out of five games. The Predators had an overall hockey wagering mark of 21-24-0-3 straight up and 23-25 against the hockey lines. Nashville had an away hockey wagering mark of 9-15-0-2.
The Predators main hockey wagering weakness was their 29th ranked offense. Their defense was middle of the pack with a 17th place ranking. Nashville was something of a hockey wagering under team with a mark of 19-29 under the total in all of their games. JP Dumont led Nashville in points with 36 and assists with 26.
Jason Arnott led Nashville in goals with 16. Pekka Rinne was solid in goal for the Predators as he had a .914 save percentage and a 2.40 goals against average. The Dallas Stars had a terrible start to the bet on hockey season and found themselves in the basement of the western conference for most of the season’s first half.
Dallas had an overall hockey wagering record of 23-18-3-4 straight up and 21-27 against the hockey lines. The Stars went on a nice hockey wagering surge from January 21 through January 31 as they got the cash in four consecutive games.
Dallas was a good hockey wagering “over” team at home as they went over the total 14 out of 22 games as a host. The Stars hockey wagering weakness has been their defense which was ranked 27th overall in the league. Mike Ribeiro led Dallas in points with 43 and assists with 32.
Loui Eriksson led Dallas in goals with 24. Marty Turco has struggled in goal with a 2.98 goals against average and a save percentage of .889.
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