Betway Bets of the Day: Calgary Flames at New Jersey Devils
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1 year ago
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New Jersey came exactly as advertised in the game last Thursday, there’s no reason to believe they’ll be even less of a problem for Calgary on home ice. They are going to possess the puck a bunch and get a bunch of quality chances on the Flames. Hanifin and Andersson haven’t been able to defend anyone for two weeks now and they’ll be leaned on with more ice time than they are used to with Tanev and Stone out.
Jack Hughes, Jesper Bratt, and Nico Hischier remain top betting targets for Devils players as they continue to grow.
Primary Bet – New Jersey Devils Moneyline (-138)
The losing has to stop for the Flames – eventually – I just don’t think its coming on the road against the hottest team with the best overall metrics in the NHL. If they can pull this one off believe my I’ll be cheering, but if they lose again there’ll be more money in my pocket.
Secondary Bet – Jack Hughes to get 1+ assists (-110)
I know this is going on a Flames website but if you haven’t heard the word on Jack Hughes yet you will be the years end. When everything finally clicks for young Jack – and it appears it may finally have – think top 20 NHL scorer for the next 5-10 years. Betting on him to produce is never a truly bad investment.
Tertiary Bet – Calgary Flames 32+ shots on goal (-118)
They may not be able to score more than 3 a night but they at least get their shots in. Calgary had 32 shots in the first 5 minutes of the third period against the Islanders. Usually the cutoff is like 35 and the Flames either get past it or come within two shots – with it down at only 32 i’m on that one.
As usual, bet safe and enjoy the game!
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