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2018 NHL Playoffs Update


2018 NHL Playoffs UpdateSo far, the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs has been full of NHL action and mayhem.  The online sportsbooks are taking in the wagers while bettors are crying and smiling in anticipation. In our 2018 NHL Playoffs Update we will recap of last night’s games and follow up with tonight’s schedule.

One matchup that has the bookies scratching their heads is the Pittsburgh and the Flyers series. So far, they have been completely unpredictable with some back and forth action. In addition, some key players were injured which could mean for some teams the end of their NHL Playoffs run.

One of them is Leo Komarov who was injured last Saturday due to an apparent lower-body injury.  It is unlikely that he will return for game three against the Bruins because of his collision with Kevan Miller.



Last Sunday’s line up and Results

Pittsburgh Penguins 5, Philadelphia Flyers 1

As mentioned earlier, the Penguins re-asserted themselves with a 5-1 win over the Philadelphia Flyers during the second period.

 Minnesota Wild 6, Winnipeg Jets 2

According to the sports betting software, the Wild looked great during last night’s matchup against the Winnipeg Jets.  On the other hand, they had to make a statement after being dominated by them in their last two games.

BetAnySportsColumbus Blue Jackets 5, Washington Capitals 4 (OT)

The Sportsbook Pay Per Head Reviews are scratching their heads about the Washington Capitals.  This is because they once again managed to lose the games after an early domination of the match. The Capitals had a huge short margin of 58-30 over the Blue Jackets.  Yet, they still managed to lose the game in overtime.

 Vegas Golden Knights 3, Los Angeles Kings 2

Is this the end for the Los Angeles Kings?  Sports betting software operators are wondering after their third loss in a row the Vegas Golden Knights.  In addition, the King’s have been playing a defensive battle throughout the entire series leaving them close to elimination.

Tonight, they are 4 more games on the roster and the sports handicappers are hoping to make some money. 

Here is the line up for tonight:

Boston Bruins at Toronto Maple Leafs, 7 p.m., NBCSN. Boston leads the series 2-0.

Tampa Bay Lightning at New Jersey Devils, 7:30 p.m., CNBC, Tampa Bay leads the series 2-0.

Nashville Predators at Colorado Avalanche, 10 p.m., NBCSN. Nashville leads the series 2-0.

Anaheim Ducks at San Jose Sharks, 10:30 p.m., CNBC, San Jose leads the series 2-0.


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