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02/03/2012 06:12 PM

Friday’s betting tips: Cavaliers keep covering

Who’s hot

NBA: Cleveland has covered in four of its last five overall and in five of its last six road games.

NBA: Dallas is 8-3 against the number in its last 11 home games.

NHL: The under is 7-1-1 in Ottawa’s last nine.

NHL: St. Louis is 21-6 in its last 27 home games.

NCAAB: Rider is 9-1-1 against the spread in its last 11 overall.

Who’s not

NBA: Miami is 1-6 against the spread in its last seven overall.

NBA: New Jersey is 3-13 against the spread in its last 16 vs. Minnesota.

NHL: Columbus has lost six straight.

NHL: Calgary is 8-20 in its last 28 meetings with Chicago.

NCAAB: The over is 1-5 in Harvard’s last six.

Key stat

23 – The No. 23 Harvard Crimson have won 23 straight games at home heading into Friday’s date with Cornell. The last time the Crimson lost at home was back on Feb. 19, 2010. However, they are just 1-3 against the spread at home this season. Oddsmakers have Harvard set as a 15.5-point favorite Friday.

Injury that shouldn’t be overlooked

Rajon Rondo, Boston Celtics – Rondo is again listed as questionable for Friday’s game against the New York Knicks. Rondo hasn’t played since hurting his wrist on Jan. 18, but coach Doc Rivers said Thursday that he hopes the shifty point guard will play Friday. “Without him,” Rivers said, “you’re pretty basic offensively, and I think you’re very easy to guard down the stretch of games. I think that’s hurt us.”

Game of the day

Miami Heat at Philadelphia 76ers (2, 193)

Notable quotable

“He did react to pressure that didn’t exist, and he was just throwing the ball places where there wasn’t even a receiver there. Imagine us getting there even faster and actually doing our jobs and getting hits on him.” – New York Giants defensive lineman Jason Pierre-Paul on how Tom Brady reacted to pressure in the Week 9 meeting between the two teams.

Notes and tips

The Columbus Blue Jackets have activated Jeff Carter from injured reserve and he’s expected to play Friday against Anaheim. Carter, who has heard his name in some trade rumors recently as the trade deadline nears, suffered a separated shoulder on Jan. 8. Despite missing 20 games due to injury this year, he leads the team in power play goals (five) and sits second in total goals (10). The Blue Jackets are set as big +190 underdogs.

According to a report in the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the Indiana Pacers could be one of the leading candidates to land center Chris Kaman. The Pacers are said to be looking someone to back up Roy Hibbert. Kaman is in the final year of his contract with the New Orleans Hornets and has garnered some interest from a few different teams. The 7-foot center is averaging 9.2 points and 6.6 rebounds per game.

Ryan Palmer shot a 7-under-par 64 to move atop the leaderboard before play was suspended in the first round of the Phoenix Open at Scottsdale, Ariz. More than 40 players were still on the course when play was halted due to darkness Thursday. The opening round started an hour late due to a frost delay. Palmer was 8-under through his first 15 holes before his lone bogey left him one shot ahead of Webb Simpson, who had six birdies in a seven-hole stretch in his round of 65. Simpson is the tourney favorite at +500 while Palmer sits at +1600.

Always remember the 3 G's Girls,Golf, Gambling not in any particular order......:2thumbs:
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02/03/2012 06:13 PM

Armadillo: Friday's six-pack

-- Wild game out west in Berkeley, where Cal star Gutierrez almost got into a scuffle with an Arizona assistant coach. Down 22-8 at one point, Arizona stormed back to upset the Cal Bears, 78-74.

-- Manhattan is now 17-7 this season, a great turnaround after it went 17-45 the last two seasons combined.

-- Tennessee Tech's Kevin Murphy scored 33 points in a 94-88 win at Austin Peay, giving him 83 points in his last two games.

-- South Dakota State beat Oral Roberts 75-60, handing the Titan their first Summit League loss after 12 wins.

-- BYU beat Gonzaaga 83-73, a surprisingly easy win for the Cougars.

-- UCLA is now 0-5 in Pac-12 games outside of LA; Bruins blew their 10-point lead late, lost by a hoop in a sloppy game at Washington.


Armadillo: Friday's List of 13: Doing some thinking out loud.........

13) If your favorite team is playing in the Super Bowl, this is one damn exciting week; the anticipation builds as Sunday slowly approaches, as the outcome of a six-month long season boils down to one last 3-hour game. But if your team got beat in the playoffs (or worse yet, went, say, 2-14) this week is intolerable, filled with hype and an oversaturation of media. Either way, Sunday night can’t get here soon enough.

12) The week of buildup is especially hideous when the two teams are playing that have been here before; the chance of some ridiculous mistake (say, a starting DB getting caught with a transvestite hooker or getting into a bar brawl the night before the game) happening are far less.

Having the game in Indianapolis rather than New Orleans/Miami lessen the chances of nightclub-related hijinks. In short, this must be a great place for a Super Bowl if you’re one of the coaches. Way fewer worries.

11) David Woodley-Rex Grossman-Tony Eason and Neil O’Donnell all started a Super Bowl. Dan Fouts never did. Go figure.

10) Read an interesting piece this week showing the numerical parallel between the careers of Hall of Famer Marv Levy and Tom Coughlin- their numbers are almost identical, other than Levy has been in two more Super Bowls, but Coughlin has won one. Makes it look good for the Giant coach being inducted in Canton some day.

9) Bill Parcells and Mike Holmgren are the only head coaches to win a Super Bowl, then get back to the Super Bowl coaching another team; neither won with the second team. Dick Vermeil/Dan Reeves lost Super Bowls, then returned with different teams; Reeves lost with his second team too, but Vermeil won Super Bowl XXXIV with the Rams.

8) Two years from now, the Super Bowl is in Swamp Stadium, in New Jersey. In February. At night. An unspeakably dumb idea.

How would you like to shell out over $1,000 for a ticket to a game on a February night in New Jersey? If it was hockey, you could understand the cold, but not football. The championship game should be played in optimum conditions, if at all possible.

7) Lot of media carped about the Super Bowl being in Jacksonville, but remember this about Jacksonville; its in freakin’ Florida, albeit north Florida. Given a choice between being in northern New Jersey and northern Florida at night in February, the choice should always be Florida.

6) Four teams have never played in a Super Bowl: Browns-Texans-Jaguars-Lions. Three of those four are expansion teams. The other was once run by Matt Millen.

5) Jets/Chiefs won Super Bowls III and IV; neither has been back since. None of the players in Sunday’s game were alive when Hank Stram’s Chiefs upset Minnesota in Super Bowl IV.

4) Rather than putting a Super Bowl in London, NFL should consider putting the game in Las Vegas; who has done for the popularity of pro football than gamblers? The Las Vegas Hotel’s PDF file on gambling propositions for Sunday’s game is 44 freakin’ pages. This would work.

3) In a perfect world, where I decided everything, four cities would rotate hosting the Super Bowl, with a “wild card” city getting in there every fifth year. The four regulars would be Miami-San Diego-New Orleans and Tampa. The wild card cities would be anywhere with warm weather or a dome, with Las Vegas thrown in there once.

2) 11 years ago, a Super Bowl ticket was $350; now, tickets are over $1,000. The NFL sold 7,500 tickets to Media Day this year. Amazing.

1) The best Super Bowl-related commercial ever was after the Saints won; don’t even remember what it was for, but there was video of a house party with all Saints fans as New Orleans picked off that last Peyton Manning pass and ran it in for the clinching TD.

No narrator, just people hugging. Total joy and chaos. Good stuff.

Someone is going to feel like that Sunday night, but there is no joy like that feeling the first time you win a title. That’s part of what made the Saints’ title so special, having been a doormat for years and years before becoming World Champs. There's nothing like it.

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02/03/2012 06:14 PM


Pennsylvania at Yale
The Bulldogs look to build on their 4-1 ATS record in their last 5 games as a favorite of 1 to 4 1/2 points. Yale is the pick (-1 1/2) according to Dunkel, which has the Bulldogs favored by 3. Dunkel Pick: Yale (-1 1/2). Here are all of today's picks.


Game 821-822: Pennsylvania at Yale (7:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Pennsylvania 52.849; Yale 55.982
Dunkel Line: Yale by 3; 138
Vegas Line: Yale by 1 1/2; 135 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Yale (-1 1/2); Over

Game 823-824: Princeton at Brown (7:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Princeton 51.948; Brown 48.874
Dunkel Line: Princeton by 3; 120
Vegas Line: Princeton by 7 1/2; 125 1/2
Dunkel Pick Brown (+7 1/2); Under

Game 825-826: Cornell at Harvard (7:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Cornell 51.258; Harvard 68.940
Dunkel Line: Harvard by 17 1/2; 127
Vegas Line: Harvard by 16; 123 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Harvard (-16); Over

Game 827-828: Columbia at Dartmouth (7:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Columbia 50.724; Dartmouth 46.268
Dunkel Line: Columbia by 4 1/2; 108
Vegas Line: Columbia by 3; 112
Dunkel Pick: Columbia (-3); Under

Game 829-830: Cleveland State at Loyola-Chicago (9:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Cleveland State 63.476; Loyola-Chicago 49.012
Dunkel Line: Cleveland State by 14 1/2; 109
Vegas Line: Cleveland State by 11; 114
Dunkel Pick: Cleveland State (-11); Under

Game 831-832: St. Peter's at Siena (7:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: St. Peter's 44.392; Siena 50.910
Dunkel Line: Siena by 6 1/2; 129
Vegas Line: Siena by 8; 125
Dunkel Pick: St. Peter's (+8); Over

Game 833-834: Rider at Loyola-MD (7:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Rider 50.737; Loyola-MD 60.910
Dunkel Line: Loyola-MD by 10; 139
Vegas Line: Loyola-MD by 8; 143 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Loyola-MD (-8); Under

Game 835-836: Niagara at Fairfield (7:30 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Niagara 49.446; Fairfield 59.487
Dunkel Line: Fairfield by 10; 141
Vegas Line: Fairfield by 11 1/2; 136
Dunkel Pick: Niagara (+11 1/2); Over

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02/03/2012 06:16 PM

Armadillo's Write-Up

Friday, February 3

Penn Quakers beat Princeton Tuesday, a rare Ivy mid-week game; they are 3-0 in Ivy, winning by 2-12-15 points, with wins at both Columbia, Cornell. Quakers are 8-1 vs teams ranked lower than #150, losing by 2 to James Madison. Yale is 3-1 in Ivy, winning by 4-13-10 points, losing to Harvard; Bulldogs lost three in row, seven of last nine games with Penn, with Quakers winning three of last four visits here. Ivy League home teams are 5-3 vs spread if number is less than 4 points.

Princeton is playing its 11th straight road game vs D-I teams; they beat a D-III team at home Jan 8. Tigers won four of their last five games with Brown, beating Bruins by 10-18 points in LY's games. Tigers lost four of last five visits here, with losses by 15-7-18-10 points. Brown is 1-3 in Ivy, losing by 4-13-9 points; they're 0-8 vs teams ranked in top 200, with six of the eight losses by 9+ points. Ivy League home underdogs are 2-3 against the spread. Princeton

Cornell had best team in Ivy two years ago, but those kids graduated, so Big Red lost twice to Harvard LY, by 21-13 points. Cornell split its first four Ivy games this year, losing by 12-5 points. Crimson is 4-0 in Ivy games, with three wins by 16+ points; Harvard won its last six games, allowing 47.6 ppg. Ivy League double digit underdogs are 1-4 vs spread, 0-3 at home. Cornell is 1-4 vs top 100 teams, with St Bonaventure's win in season opener (79-58) only loss by more than nine points.

Home side won five of last six Columbia-Dartmouth games, with Lions losing two of last three visits here, losing by 14-4 points. Columbia lost three of first four league games, with all five games decided by 5 or less points; Lions are 5-2 vs teams ranked lower than #200; their last three wins are by 7-5-5 points. Dartmouth is 0-4 in Ivy, scoring just 49 ppg, with three of four losses by 10+ points. Ivy League single digit favorites are 6-4, 2-1 on the road.

Cleveland State shot 57% from floor, 10-17 from arc in 69-48 (-14) win over Loyola Jan 7; Vikings won six of last seven games, taking last three by 10-26-20 points. CSU is 4-1 on Horizon road, 5-1-1 as favorite, 2-1 on road, winning away games by 2-5-7-20 points. Loyola lost all 11 of its league games; they're 3-7 as Horizon dog, losing home games by 16-11-21-6 points. Horizon League home underdogs are 9-5 against spread. Four of Ramblers' last seven losses were by 7 or less points.

St Peter's lost 14 of 16 games since beating Siena 51-44 at home (-5.5) on Dec 1; Peacocks held Siena to 34% that day, 3-18 from arc, but Peacocks are a bad team-- their last six losses are all by 11+ points. MAAC aingle digit home favorites are 14-8-1 against the spread. Siena is 5-3 in its last eight games, winning its last five home games, by 13-12-4-3-11 points-- they're 2-0-1 this season as a MAAC home favorite. St Peter's is 2-4 as MAAC road dog, losing away games by 26-4-12-11-35 points.

Rider is 8-6 in its last 14 games after a 1-10 start; Broncs won their last three games by 24-35-11 points- they're 3-3 as MAAC road dog, losing road games by 20-4-9-20 points, with wins at Manhattan/St Peter's, but they're still just 1-11 vs teams ranked in top 150, nine of 11 losses by 8+ points. Loyola Md won four in row, seven of last eight games; they are 2-4 as MAAC home favorite, winning home games by 13-1-15-11-11 points. MAAC aingle digit home favorites are 14-8-1 against the spread.

Niagara (+7) lost 79-75 at home to Fairfield Dec 2, despite 35 points for Green; Purple Eagles lost last three games, by 7-12-17 points- they are 3-1 as MAAC road dog, losing away games by 12-12-7 points, winning at Loyola/Canisius. MAAC double digit home favorites are 3-8 against the spread. Fairfield won three of its last four games; they're 2-2 as home favorite, winning by 18-9-29 points, with losses to Iona/Loyola. Stags are 10-1 this season against teams ranked lower than #200.

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02/03/2012 06:18 PM

Short Sheet

Friday's Top College Basketball Trends

PRINCETON is 15-2 ATS (+12.8 Units) after a game where they failed to cover the spread (vs Brown)

RIDER is 12-1 ATS (+10.9 Units) off a home win (vs Loyola-MD)

LOYOLA-IL is 1-10 ATS (-10 Units) after playing 2 consecutive road games (vs Cleveland St)

SIENA is 3-14 ATS (-12.4 Units) as a favorite (vs St Peters)

DARTMOUTH is 7-0 UNDER (+7 Units) after playing a road game (vs Columbia)

NIAGARA is 7-0 UNDER (+7 Units) in road games (vs Fairfield)

PENNSYLVANIA is 12-2 OVER (+9.8 Units) after playing a game as favorite (vs Yale)

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02/03/2012 06:20 PM

Armadillo's Write-Up

Friday, February 3

Hot Teams
-- 76ers won 12 of their 14 home games (11-3 vs spread).
-- Cavaliers covered five of their last six road games.
-- Bucks won six of their last eight games (7-1 vs spread).
-- Minnesota covered seven of its nine road games. Nets are 5-4 in their last nine games (1-4 as home dog).
-- Thunder won their last five home games (4-1 vs spread).
-- Boston won/covered three of its last four home games.
-- Rockets won nine of their twelve home games (4-3-1 as HF).
-- Dallas won six of its last eight games (7-3 last 10 as home favorite). Pacers won five of their last six road games.
-- Nuggets won seven of their last nine games.

Cold Teams
-- Miami lost four of its last five road games.
-- Wizards are 2-6-1 vs spread as a road underdog. Toronto lost three of last four games, losing last game 100-64.
-- Orlando lost four of last five games (1-5 in last six as home favorite).
-- Pistons lost their last seven games, but covered last three at home.
-- Grizzlies are 3-6 vs spread as a road underdog.
-- Knicks lost ten of their last twelve road games (1-5 as road dog).
-- Suns lost nine of their last thirteen games.
-- Lakers are 2-6 away from the Staples Center.

Wear and Tear
-- Heat: 4th game/6 nites. 76ers: 3rd game/5 nites.
-- Wizards: 3rd game/5 nites. Raptors: 4th game/6 nites.
-- Cavaliers: Had last two nites off. Magic: 6th game/9 nites.
-- Bucks: 3rd game/5 nites. Pistons: 6th game/8 nites.
-- Wolves: 4th game/6 nites. Nets: 4th game/6 nites.
-- Grizzlies: 5th game/7 nites. Thunder: 3rd game/5 nites.
-- Knicks: 3rd game/4 nites. Celtics: 4th game/6 nites.
-- Suns: 3rd game/5 nites. Rockets: 3rd game/5 nites.
-- Pacers: 4th game/6 nites. Mavericks: 4th game/6 nites.
-- Lakers: Had last two nites off. Nuggets: 4th game/6 nites.

-- Eight of ten Miami games went over the total. Five of Philly's last six games stayed under.
-- Four of last five Washington road games went over the total.
-- Seven of last ten Cleveland games went over the total.
-- Last six Milwaukee games went over the total.
-- Seven of last eight Minnesota games went over the total.
-- Last six Memphis road games stayed under the total.
-- 10 of 11 New York road games stayed under the total.
-- Seven of last nine Phoenix road games stayed under total.
-- Last five Indiana road games went over the total.
-- Four of last five Laker games went over the total.

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02/03/2012 06:21 PM


Friday, February 3

Pick 'n' roll: Friday's best NBA bets

Indiana Pacers at Dallas Mavericks (N/A)

Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle knows exactly what his team is up against Friday night. Considering he was behind the Pacers bench from 2003-2007, he’d better.

The Pacers had some success when he was drawing up the plays, but now it looks like they’re ready to take it to the next level.

"They've got all the ingredients of championship teams - they've got athleticism, length, skill and size," Carlisle told the Pacers' official website. "They're going to be a major factor."

Danny Granger has been a big part of the club’s success. He went off for 36 points in 109-99 upset of the Timberwolves and is averaging a team-high 18.3 points per game.

Right now Dallas could only dream of that type of production from Dirk Nowitzki. He is shooting just 28.2 percent in three games since his conditioning stint.

Sooner or later, Dallas is going to need him to get it going.

Pick: Pacers

Phoenix Suns at Houston Rockets (-6.5, 198)

For a two-time MVP, Steve Nash is probably never going to get as much credit as he deserves. He keeps getting it done even though he turns 38 on Tuesday.

Nash put up 30 points and 10 assists in a 120-103 blowout of New Orleans and became the franchise’s all-time leader in assists with one of those dimes.

"Obviously, when Steve (Nash) is going like that we're pretty good. He was real aggressive offensively and shot the ball well,” coach Alvin Gentry told reporters. “I thought we did a good job in our spin and roll offense of rolling and getting some more easy baskets."

The Suns needed a strong effort after getting blown out by Dallas, but easy buckets might not be as easy to come by in this matchup.

Both teams have been a solid under bet this season and Houston has played below the total in 11 of its last 15 home games.

Pick: Under

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02/03/2012 06:23 PM


LA Lakers at Denver
The Lakers look to take advantage of a Denver team that is 1-4 ATS in its last 5 games as a home favorite. LA is the pick (+4) according to Dunkel, which has the Nuggets favored by only 1 1/2. Dunkel Pick: LA Lakers (+4). Here are all of today's picks


Game 801-802: Miami at Philadelphia (7:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Miami 123.409; Philadelphia 120.427
Dunkel Line & Total: Miami by 3; 198
Vegas Line & Total: Miami by 1 1/2; 194
Dunkel Pick: Miami (-1 1/2); Over

Game 803-804: Washington at Toronto (7:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Washington 109.474; Toronto 115.796
Dunkel Line & Total: Toronto by 6 1/2; 180
Vegas Line & Total: Toronto by 4 1/2; 184
Dunkel Pick: Toronto (-4 1/2); Under

Game 805-806: Cleveland at Orlando (7:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Cleveland 114.212; Orlando 118.377
Dunkel Line & Total: Orlando by 4; 186
Vegas Line & Total: Orlando by 7 1/2; 184
Dunkel Pick: Cleveland (+7 1/2); Over

Game 807-808: Milwaukee at Detroit (7:30 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Milwaukee 117.150; Detroit 115.441
Dunkel Line & Total: Milwaukee by 1 1/2; 181
Vegas Line & Total: Milwaukee by 4 1/2; 184
Dunkel Pick: Detroit (+4 1/2); Under

Game 809-810: Minnesota at New Jersey (7:30 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Minnesota 119.457; New Jersey 115.738
Dunkel Line & Total: Minnesota by 3 1/2; 191
Vegas Line & Total: Minnesota by 5; 196
Dunkel Pick: New Jersey (+5); Under

Game 811-812: Memphis at Oklahoma City (8:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Memphis 117.369; Oklahoma City 128.754
Dunkel Line & Total: Oklahoma City by 11 1/2; 199
Vegas Line & Total: Oklahoma City by 9; 192 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Oklahoma City (-9); Over

Game 813-814: New York at Boston (8:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: New York 115.056; Boston 120.165
Dunkel Line & Total: Boston by 5; 187
Vegas Line & Total: Boston by 6 1/2; 181 1/2
Dunkel Pick: New York (+6 1/2); Over

Game 815-816: Phoenix at Houston (8:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Phoenix 114.423; Houston 122.196
Dunkel Line & Total: Houston by 8; 193
Vegas Line & Total: Houston by 6 1/2; 199 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Houston (-6 1/2); Under

Game 817-818: Indiana at Dallas (8:30 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Indiana 121.520; Dallas 124.953
Dunkel Line & Total: Dallas by 3 1/2; 192
Vegas Line & Total: Dallas by 4 1/2; 188
Dunkel Pick: Indiana (+4 1/2); Over

Game 819-820: LA Lakers at Denver (10:30 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: LA Lakers 123.220; Denver 124.667
Dunkel Line & Total: Denver by 1 1/2; 193
Vegas Line & Total: Denver by 4; 197 1/2
Dunkel Pick: LA Lakers (+4); Under

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02/03/2012 06:24 PM

Short Sheet

Friday, February 3

MIAMI: 2-7 ATS as road favorite
PHILADELPHIA: 11-3 ATS in home games

WASHINGTON: 0-10 ATS as a road underdog of 3.5 to 6 points
TORONTO: 7-0 Under w/ revenge for loss of 10+

CLEVELAND: 12-17 ATS at Orlando
ORLANDO: 9-0 Under if home favorite last game

MILWAUKEE: 22-9 ATS after scoring 105+
DETROIT: 1-6 ATS vs. division

MINNESOTA: 23-11 Under off home loss
NEW JERSEY: 13-4 ATS at home vs. Western Conf

MEMPHIS: 20-4 ATS playing on back to back days
OKLAHOMA CITY: 6-1 Over at home vs. Memphis

NEW YORK: 1-5 ATS playing on back to back days
BOSTON: 11-2 Under in home games

PHOENIX: 10-1 Under when the total is 190 to 199.5
HOUSTON: 9-0 Under off a loss

INDIANA: 12-4 Under off double digit outright win as a dog
DALLAS: 7-1 ATS off ATS loss

LA LAKERS: 23-11 Under as road underdog
DENVER: 25-12 ATS playing 3rd game in 4 days

** (TC) Denotes Time Change

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02/03/2012 06:24 PM

Short Sheet

Friday, February 3

NY ISLANDERS: 10-37 SU Away playing only 2nd game in 5 days
OTTAWA: 27-14 SU playing w/ 2 days rest

WINNIPEG: 5-2 SU at Florida
FLORIDA: 3-14 SU off division win

LOS ANGELES: 18-39-5 SU at St. Louis
ST LOUIS: 14-1 SU at home off home game

CHICAGO: 30-36 SU off road game
CALGARY: 22-15 SU off loss by 2+ goals

COLUMBUS: 0-9 SU off 3+ road losses
ANAHEIM: 3-17 SU after having lost 2 of their last 3 games

** (TC) Denotes Time Change

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