Los Angeles Kings vs. New York Rangers
Betting Prediction: Kings +126 odds (June 11th 2014)
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I’m recommending a play on the L.A. Kings on Wednesday night. Los Angeles has a chance to close out the series with the sweep, which would give them their second Stanley Cup win in three seasons. The Kings have shown they’re simply too big and too physical for the NY Rangers. They’re also a well-oiled machine with Darryl Sutter calling the shots. Sutter is the master line manipulator and has proven time-and-time again through the first three games to make the correct adjustments, virtually on the fly. The Rangers will be game at the start, but the Kings have been a fierce penalty killing team in the Finals, holding the Rangers to 1-of-14 chances with the extra man. Their “special teams” play, along with their physical advantage and Sutter’s matchup adjustments will prove too much for the Rangers. I’m recommending a play on the underdog Kings on Wednesday night. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.
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Chicago Blackhawks vs. Los Angeles Kings
Game 7 Betting Pick: Over 5 goals -110 odds (June 1st 2014)
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This series has been an extremely high scoring one. The last 5 match ups have seen total scores of 7, 9, 7, 7 and 8. We don’t see any reason why this one doesn’t go OVER again.
The total has gone OVER in 5 of Los Angeles’s last 5 games when playing Chicago. The total has gone OVER in 4 of Los Angeles’s last 5 games on the road. The total has gone OVER in 5 of Los Angeles’s last 5 games. The total has gone OVER in 5 of Chicago’s last 5 games.
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Los Angeles Kings vs. Chicago Blackhawks
Prediction: Chicago +119 betting line (May 30th 2014)
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The defending champs took care of business in Game 5 and I expect them to force a Game 7. Chicago would prevail despite goaltender Corey Crawford’s struggles. Twice the Blackhawks had two goal leads only to see them evaporate within minutes. The Kings actually held a lead in Game 5 before the Hawks made a push in the third period. I think Crawford can bounce back on the road tonight. Chicago has yet to win a road game in this series, which is hard to believe considering the talent up and down the line-up. Also a great sign for the Hawks was the play of newly formed line mates Andrew Shaw (two assists), Brandon Saad (one goal, two assists) and Patrick Kane (four assists) in Game 5. Chicago head coach Joel Queneville made some savvy adjustments and I think will have something up his sleeve once again for Game 6. This won’t be an easy game for either team but I think momentum will be carried by the Hawks just like it was by the Kings after a surprising Game 2 victory. Most analysts say they don’t believe in momentum but I do in certain key situations. Maybe we should also think about the former two time Houston Rockets head coach Rudy Tomjonavich’s famous lines after winning a championship back in the mid 90’s. “Don’t ever underestimate the heart of a champion.” I won’t underestimate Chicago here. Getting the Hawks as the underdogs on the road is nice as well. Montreal was unable to force Game 7 yesterday, but I think Crawford and the Hawks show more heart and find a way. Check out Bob Harvey’s take on the Kings vs. Blackhawks game here.