October 15th Selections


Boston(-105) – Bees are the better team, Leafs need better work from G Andersen

Ottawa(-120) – Habs face better opposition and are still without Price

Tampa Bay(-175) – going with the Bolts as NJ trying to figure things out with new coach and system

Florida(-145) – going with Panthers at home as Det needs to fix PK unit

Pittsburgh(-155) – going to ride the Pens for now at home as Anaheim readjusts to Carlyle again

Washington(-175) – line is a little overblown, but Caps had the Isles number last season

San Jose(-140) – San Jose the better team and young Jackets trying to figure it out

Minnesota(-150) – line is overblown, but I like the Wild to bounce back at home

NY Rangers(+115) – coin flip game, Stl switching goalies is a wild card and NY is fresher as Blues play 3rd game in 4 nights

Nashville(+115) – you would think Chi would get off the snide here, but going to stay away until I see it

Dallas(-125) – Col is a wild card with new coach/system, so I will ride the Stars here

Philadelphia(-110) – I like the Flyers to keep their momentum going as Phoenix going really young this year

Vancouver(-120) – Calgary proably the better team, but playing third game in four days v a team playing its first game, Van has to be favoured

Last Night: 1-2 and down 1.2 units
Season: 9-7 and up 1.3 units

Enjoy the games everybody!

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About Ian C Gower

I am 45 years old an a resident of Guelph, Ontario Canada. I am a certified sports junkie but i am liable to comment on anything at any time.
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