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The NHL Playoffs are a betting favorite, the pinnacle of hockey betting is the NHL Playoffs and what makes them the much more interesting for betting on, Each NHL series is played in a 2–2–1–1–1 format series price odds combined with the nature of the NHL home-ice advantage there is always value to be found.

NHL Playoffs are a 7 game series between 16 teams across the two Eastern and Western conferences, the higher ranked team starts off by playing the first two games at home, then the next 2 are home games for the lower teams, then the series will swing back and forth between cities for the final three games. This order is also used for the Stanley Cup Playoffs which is the last game which decides the NHL Stanley Cup winner each year.

NHL Updates of the Week – September 16th Edition

The NHL Preseason gets under way in earnest this week with games almost every day until the start of the regular season on Oct. 2, the NHLPA decided to make their decision on the new collective bargaining agreement on Monday, Sep. 15. Also, some players news happened this past week. Check out our NHL Update for Sep. 16! And be sure to check out the latest Stanley Cup odds for the upcoming season!

NHL Updates of the Week – September 16th Edition

NHLPA Pushes Decision to Monday, September 16, 2019

The National Hockey League Players Association decided to push back the decision to reopen the collective bargaining agreement to Monday. As of early on Monday, a decision has yet to be made.

Just as a reminder, if the players decide to opt out of the current agreement after this season, players could strike. Although it’s unlikely that happens, negotiations have dragged on for some time. The first deadline was on Sunday, Sep. 15. Because the players decided to utilize the one business day rider in the current CBA agreement to get the deal done, it means they couldn’t reach consensus on Sunday.

More than likely, players decide to reup until 2022. Then again, if the lone holdouts get their way, we could be in store for a drama filled NHL Season that has nothing to do with play on the ice.

NHL Preseason Starts with Golden Knights Dominating Coyotes

One of the favorites to win the Stanley Cup this season, the Vegas Golden Knights took it to the Arizona Coyotes in the first preseason game of the year on Sunday. Vegas scored 6 goals against the Coyotes. They only yielded 2 goals on defense.

Preseason doesn’t mean a lot, but it does mean something. Vegas had a disappointing second season after shocking the hockey world with a march to the Stanley Cup Playoffs in their inaugural season.

The Golden Knights want to get on the winning track and stay there in the 2019-2020 NHL Season. They looked good even if the game was meaningless while the Coyotes struggled. Remember, the NHL Preseason is short. The first NHL game is on Oct. 2, so, these preseason games mean more than they might in the NFL or NBA.

Bruins Lock Up McAvoy for 3-years, Wild Lock Up Spurgeon for 7-years

This past Sunday, the Boston Bruins signed defenseman Charlie McAvoy to a 3-year, $14.7 million deal. At only 21-years-old, McAvoy has the potential to be a top defenseman in NHL. He scored 7 goals and had 21 assists last season. This is a good move for a Stanley Cup contender.

The Minnesota Wild gave one of their top players a 7-year $53 million extension. Jared Spurgeon played in all 82 games last season. The 29-year-old had career highs in goals, 14, and assists, 29.

Bothe McAvoy and Spurgeon are essential to their teams’ success in 2019-2020. Boston and Minnesota made a couple of great moves over the weekend.

Evgeny Lands a Suspension

On September 14, the NHL handed down a 3-game suspension to Washington Capitals’ forward Evgeny Kuznetsov for inappropriate conduct. Kuznetsov tested positive for cocaine at the 2019 IIHF World Championships in May.

Kuznetsov is one of Washington’s most important players. He’s got a ton of talent. Hopefully, the suspension is a wake up call. He’s also only 27-years old, which means the 3-game suspension could help him mature some.

Let’s think glass full with Evgeny Kuznetsov. This isn’t the 1980’s. No judging here.

Have a great week while watching those NHL Preseason games!

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NHL Updates of the Week – September 9th Edition

The 2019 NHL Preseason starts this Sunday on September 15. Doesn’t seem like much time passed between St. Louis’s stunning Stanley Cup victory over the Boston Bruins and the beginning of preseason, right? Because hockey is just about to start, we had better keep up to date on what’s happening in the league where they play games on ice. NHL Read More

NHL Updates of the Week – Sep. 2nd Edition

Sounds crazy, but in about a month the 2019-2020 NHL Season gets underway. It feels like the St. Louis Blues just beat the Boston Bruins for the Stanley Cup. That’s what happens when you’ve got a short offseason. Check out an update on the upcoming NHL Season! NHL Updates of the Week – Sep. 2nd Edition NHL Preseason Starts On Read More

NHL Updates of the Week – August 20th Edition

The NHL Season starts on October 2. That’s less than 30 days after the first NFL Regular Season game between the Bears and Packers on Sep. 5. The NHL Preseason starts on Sep. 15. That’s less than a month from now. It’s time for us to start paying attention to the National Hockey League! NHL Updated of the Week – Read More

Avalanche, Panthers, and Devils Look to Make Free Agency Splash

The NHL is already gearing up for the up coming season. Check out what happened this week, and a look ahead to next week, in the National Hockey League! And be sure to checking out the latest NHL odds for the upcoming season! NHL Updates of the Week – June 28 Edition NHL Free Agency begins on July 1 NHL Read More

2019 NHL Draft Betting Predictions & Preview

The 2019 NHL Draft is this Friday, June 21 to this Saturday, June 22. Teams will look to draft those couple of players that will help them leap into Stanley Cup contention. Check out our predictions for the Top 10 players in Round 1 of the 2019 NHL Draft! Also, check out the 2020 Stanley Cup odds, which should be Read More

2020 Stanley Cup Odds – June 17th Edition

It has been a surprising year in the world of sports, especially in the NBA and the NHL, where we have seen a pair of very unlikely champions crowned. This was particularly true in the NHL, especially when you consider that the St. Louis Blues were, at one point in the season, sitting dead last in the Western Conference. Their Read More

Blues at Bruins Reddit Stream, Game 7 NHL Stanley Cup Final Reddit Live Stream

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Blues vs Bruins 2019 Stanley Cup Finals Game 7 Odds & Pick

The St. Louis Blues battle the Boston Bruins in Game 7 of the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs on Wednesday, June 12. The Bruins beat St. Louis in Game 6. Will Boston take Game 7 at home and win the Cup? Or, will the Blues win their first ever Stanley Cup? See below for Stanley Cup Game 7 odds, analysis, and Read More

Blues vs Bruins NHL Stanley Cup Finals Game 5 Odds, Preview, and Pick

The St. Louis Blues and Boston Bruins battle it out in Game 5 on Thursday, June 6. After four matches, the two Stanley Cup participants are tied at 2-2. Which squad will take the all important 3-2 series lead? Check out the Stanley Cup Finals odds, analysis, and a free pick for Blues-Bruins Game 5! Blues vs Bruins NHL Stanley Read More

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