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Betway Bets of the Day: Calgary Flames at Dallas Stars
1 year ago
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Calgary is coming off one of their best overall performances as a team, but it came against a roster with some AHL talent playing due to injuries. Dallas boasts one of the best young players in the league and a goaltender still doing the same things now as he was doing back to Calgary in the first round of the playoffs. You have got to find a way around Dallas skilled young defenceman to get dangerous shots on Oettinger and even that is a struggle to score. The value here for Calgary is going to be in attacking their bottom 6 forward group – if they can take advantage while they are on the ice they’ll have a chance to win.
Primary Bet – Dallas Stars Puckline +1.5 (-334)
Not the highest payout but sticks with the theme that the Flames will play a one goal game. Calgary winning by 2 or more would make this bet a loss any other outcome and it pays out. Not much, but we aren’t trying to get rich quick here we are just trying to guess whats happening and have a good time doing it.
Secondary Bet – DAL to score a power play goal (-110)
If you give Jason Robertson and Joe Pavelski (and Heiskanen for what its worth) time with extra space they’ll burn you. Robertson is better than people are giving him credit for – he drives this whole thing even if Hintz is missing.
Tertiary Bet – Andrew Mangiapane to get 1+ points (+120)
I’m going to stick with him but I’ll defer to the point rather than the goals. He aggressively hit 2 crossbars in the last game against St. Louis. As long as he’s next to Backlund he has the ability to pot a goal every second night – lets see if he can work any magic this afternoon.
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