Betway Bets of the Day: Calgary Flames vs Nashville Predators
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Can the Calgary Flames win more than one game in a row? Can the Flames stop the Predators youth from speeding all around them? Can they even find enough dangerous shots to beat the athleticism and determination of Juuse Saros? According to the pre-match-up analysis at HockeyViz.com – the answer to all of that should be yes. They are significantly better in their own zone which will help a bunch. The offence just needs to keep their momentum going – the kids aren’t going to score every night to spark them, it’s on the veterans to see if they can get up and play hard on a Tuesday in November.
Primary Bet – Calgary Flames Moneyline & Over 5.5 total Goals (+195)
A $1 bet pays out $2.95 – Calgary’s projection to win is a bit more heavy than I anticipated, pairing it with some goals is dangerous because of the goaltender skill, but the league leans offence now.
Secondary Bet – MacKenzie Weegar to get 1+ points (+110)
A $1 bet pays out $2.10 – Weegar is the Flames player that will see the ice the most with a plus odds in doing so. He gets picked over the likes of Adam Ruzicka whose ice time will be unknown coming back from injury.
Tertiary Bet – Nashville Predators over 30 shots on goal (-110)
A $1 bet pays out $1.90 – If the Predators end up trailing I’ll feel extra confident around this one. Calgary doesn’t get stuck in their own zone often but when they do they stay for 2-3 minutes. They’re defence is sort of back and healthy so maybe I’m being naive and they’ll go back to a more structured defensive zone.
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