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What do you really need in order to be successful betting the NHL? That’s a good question, because beating any kind of sport is so difficult to begin with. Hockey is a game that is not unlike that of baseball, because of the way the basic proposition itself is laid out. That is to say, there is a price on each team to win the game itself, along with a total goals proposition, and a “puck line,” in which one team lays a goal and a half, with the other taking a goal and a half. So there are a few ways the hockey enthusiast can go when they are looking to bet on hockey.
Friedman: Oilers, Hurricanes, Coyotes unlikely to accept Lindros-like package trade for No. 1 pick
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As the Chicago Blackhawks build for the next NHL campaign the franchise have been given the boost with the news that both Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane have put pen to paper on new long-term deals.
Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press writes … Detroit Red Wings trade talk: Defenseman Keith Yandle would command hefty price.
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Gallagher on why they might pursue Rangers’ Boyle, the refreshing candour of Lundqvist, and Vigneault’s fast starts.
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For anyone asking about Ilya Kovalchuk. For him to return to the NHL next season, ALL 30 NHL teams must OK it.
— Tom Gulitti (@TGfireandice) June 9, 2014
Pat Hickey thinks that it “It’s time for Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin to get a deal done with his most valuable defenceman.”
Sabres to retire Dominik Hasek’s number next season
— Nick Kypreos (@RealKyper) March 28, 2014