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04/25/2013 06:54 PM

Thursday, April 25

Game Score Status Pick Amount

NY Islanders 0 0th NY Islanders +119 500 POD # 3
Philadelphia 0 Under 6 500

Ottawa 0 0th Washington -117 500
Washington 0 Over 5 500

NY Rangers 0 0th Carolina +148 500
Carolina 0

Pittsburgh - 7:30 PM ET New Jersey +114 500
New Jersey - Over 5.5 500

Toronto - 7:30 PM ET Toronto -155 500
Florida - Over 5.5 500

Nashville - 7:30 PM ET Detroit -235 500
Detroit - Over 5 500

Tampa Bay - 7:30 PM ET Tampa Bay +207 500
Boston - Over 5.5 500

Montreal - 8:00 PM ET Montreal -107 500
Winnipeg - Under 5.5 500

Calgary - 8:00 PM ET Calgary +206 500 POD # 1
St. Louis - Under 5 500

Columbus - 8:30 PM ET Columbus +108 500 POD # 2
Dallas - Under 5 500

Anaheim - 10:00 PM ET Anaheim +157 500 POD # 4
Vancouver - Under 5 500

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04/25/2013 06:57 PM


Thursday, April 25

Around the rink: Thursday's NHL betting notes

New York Islanders at Philadelphia Flyers (-116, 6)

Probable starting goaltenders: Kevin Poulin (NYI), Ilya Bryzgalov (PHI)

The Islanders are 8-0-3 in April and have lost only once in regulation in their last 15 games (11-1-3) to move within one point of fifth-place Toronto. The Flyers have already been eliminated from playoff contention but appear intent on finishing strong, winning four of their last five games and scoring 21 goals in the four victories. The over is 4-0 in the Islanders’ last four overall.

Ottawa Senators at Washington Capitals (-118, 5)

Probable starting goaltenders: Craig Anderson (OTT), Michal Neuvirth (WSH)

Washington has won its last six contests at the Verizon Center, including a 5-3 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Tuesday to clinch its fifth division title in six seasons and ensure home-ice advantage in the opening round of the playoffs. Washington is 10-1-0 in April and 14-2-1 since March 21. Ottawa has been held to two goals or fewer in all of its losses in April and has not scored more than three since March 23. The Senators can clinch a playoff spot with a win and will get a boost from the return of reigning Norris Trophy winner Erik Karlsson (Achilles). The under is 8-2 in the last 10 meetings.

New York Rangers at Carolina Hurricanes (+142, 5.5)

Probable starting goaltenders: Henrik Lundqvist (NYR), Dan Ellis (CAR)

The eighth-place Rangers, who hold a one-point lead over Winnipeg, are vying for a season sweep of the Hurricanes. New York has won seven straight over Carolina - including a 2-1 home triumph on March 18 and a 4-1 road victory on April 6. The Rangers can clinch a playoff berth with a win or a regulation loss by Winnipeg.

Pittsburgh Penguins at New Jersey Devils (+111, 5.5)

Probable starting goaltenders: Marc-Andre Fleury (PIT), Johan Hedberg (NJ)

New Jersey posted a pair of 3-1 victories to claim a home-and-home set from the Pittsburgh on Feb. 9-10. Penguins G Marc-Andre Fleury is expected to play in the team's final two games before the playoffs. Fleury is just 15-19-4 lifetime versus New Jersey. The Devils are 12-3 in their last 15 Thursday games.

Toronto Maple Leafs at Florida Panthers (+140, 5.5)

Probable starting goaltenders: Ben Scrivens (TOR), Jacob Markstrom (FLA)

The Maple Leafs may have clinched their first playoff berth since 2004 in a victory last Saturday, but that is the only win in their last four games. Toronto owns a 3-0 road victory over Florida on Feb. 18. The Maple Leafs, who also defeated Florida 3-2 at home on March 26, look for their first sweep of the Panthers since the 2005-06 season. The Maple Leafs are 1-5 in the last six meetings in Florida.

Nashville Predators at Detroit Red Wings (-215, 5)

Probable starting goaltenders: Chris Mason (NSH), Jimmy Howard (DET)

The Predators had playoff aspirations a few weeks ago but have gone 1-7-1 over the last nine games to fall off the pace. Detroit is trying to avoid missing the playoffs for the first time since 1990 and has picked up back-to-back wins to move one point above Columbus for the eighth and final playoff spot in the West. The under is 7-0-2 in Detroit's last nine games.

Tampa Bay Lightning at Boston Bruins (-222, 5.5)

Probable starting goaltenders: Anders Lindback (TB), Tuukka Rask (BOS)

Boston has managed only 12 goals the last six games, losing to three teams that will not be in the playoffs. The Bruins, who have a game in hand, are even in points with Montreal for first place in the Northeast Division. The under is 3-0-1 in Boston’s last four home games.

Montreal Canadiens at Winnipeg Jets (+104, 5.5)

Probable starting goaltenders: Carey Price (MTL), Ondrej Pavelec (WPG)

The Jets sit one point behind a pair of teams for a playoff spot heading into Thursday's pivotal game against the visiting Montreal Canadiens. While Montreal has punched its ticket to the playoffs, it certainly hasn't resembled a top-tier team lately. The Canadiens dropped a 3-2 decision to New Jersey on Tuesday for their fifth loss in six games. Montreal remains even in points with Original Six-rival Boston atop the Northeast Division, but the Bruins have a game in hand. The Habs have taken the last four meetings.

Calgary Flames at St. Louis Blues (-210, 5.5)

Probable starting goaltenders: Joey MacDonald (CGY), Brian Elliott (STL)

The Blues, who enter Thursday's home matchup with the Calgary Flames in sixth place in the Western Conference, trail Los Angeles and San Jose by one point with a game in hand. St. Louis posted a 3-1 triumph over Colorado on Tuesday to improve to 10-3-0 in April. The under is 4-1 in the last five meetings.

Columbus Blue Jackets at Dallas Stars (-125, 5)

Probable starting goaltenders: Sergei Bobrovsky (CBJ), Kari Lehtonen (DAL)

Columbus has won six of seven and nine of 12, led by Vezina Trophy candidate Sergei Bobrovsky and an opportunistic offense. The Blue Jackets stand one point behind eighth-place Detroit in the Western Conference. A victory by Columbus would knock Dallas out of playoff contention. After winning five straight, the Stars have gone 1-3-1 - including a 3-2 defeat at San Jose on Tuesday. The road team is 4-1 in the last five meetings.

Anaheim Ducks at Vancouver Canucks (-150, 5)

Probable starting goaltenders: Jonas Hiller (ANA), Roberto Luongo (VAN)

The Ducks and Canucks have not met since splitting two games in January during the first week of the lockout-shortened season. Roberto Luongo will make his 17th start of the season for Vancouver and first since posting a 5-2 victory over the Nashville Predators on April 15. Both teams have locked up their respective divisions and the over is 5-1 in the last six meetings. Ducks C Ryan Getzlaf (rest) and RW Bobby Ryan (illness) won't play.

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04/25/2013 06:58 PM

Short Sheet

Thursday, April 25

NY Rangers at Carolina, 7:05 ET
NY Rangers: 21-5 SU off a loss by 1 goal
Carolina: 16-33 SU off a home win

Ottawa at Washington, 7:05 ET TSN
Ottawa: 0-7 SU off 6+ Unders
Washington: 8-0 SU after winning 6 or 7 of their last 8 games

NY Islanders at Philadelphia, 7:05 ET
NY Islanders: 9-4 SU away off a road game
Philadelphia: 4-9 SU at home off a home win by 3+ goals

Toronto at Florida, 7:35 ET
Toronto: 9-3 SU away off a loss by 3+ goals
Florida: 3-12 SU at home with a total of 5.5 goals

Pittsburgh at New Jersey, 7:35 ET NBCSN
Pittsburgh: 9-0 SU away revenging a loss as a favorite
New Jersey: 6-14 SU off an Over

Nashville at Detroit, 7:35 ET
Nashville: 7-0 SU off 4+ games allowing 3+ goals
Detroit: 2-9 SU off BB home games

Montreal at Winnipeg, 8:05 ET RDS
Montreal: 16-6 SU off a road loss by 1 goal
Winnipeg: 3-12 SU after winning 5 or 6 of their last 7 games

Calgary at St. Louis, 8:05 ET
Calgary: 0-10 SU away off a road game scoring and allowing 3+ goals
St. Louis: 18-3 SU at home off a home win

Columbus at Dallas, 8:35 ET
Columbus: 6-2 SU away after winning 2 of their last 3 games
Dallas: 4-13 SU at home off a loss by 1 goal

Anaheim at Vancouver, 10:05 ET NHL
Anaheim: 8-20 SU away with a total of 5 runs or less
Vancouver: 11-1 SU at home off an Under

Write-In Game:

Tampa Bay at Boston, 7:35 ET
Tampa Bay: 1-10 SU away playing with same-season revenge
Boston: 31-9 SU after losing 4 or 5 of their last 6 games
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04/26/2013 01:50 PM

Preview: Islanders (0-0) at Sabres (0-0)

Date: April 26, 2013 7:00 PM EDT

Though the New York Islanders have ensured the end of their playoff drought, they don't exactly appear to be heading into the postseason on a roll.

They'll get once more chance to pick up some momentum Friday night as they finish a five-game road trip against the Buffalo Sabres in both teams' regular-season finale.

New York has fared well recently in Buffalo, winning four of the last five meetings there, including a 4-0 victory Feb. 23.

The Islanders (24-17-6) played excellent hockey for most of the last month, going 11-1-2 from March 24-April 20 to punch their ticket to the playoffs for the first time since 2007. But some may wonder if they're getting complacent with the last two games ending in defeats against non-playoff teams.

New York followed a shootout loss at Carolina on Tuesday with a 2-1 defeat at Philadelphia on Thursday. John Tavares was perhaps the lone positive for the Islanders, scoring his fourth goal in four games and 28th of the season.

Thursday was the first time since March 30 the Islanders failed to record a point.

"We came out flat again," forward Colin McDonald said. "It's just not good enough. We need to be better. It really doesn't matter that we clinched the playoffs. It doesn't really mean anything. We want to be going into the playoffs playing good hockey, so we have one game left to kind of correct it and head into the playoffs with a good feeling."

Though the Sabres (20-21-6) are already guaranteed to miss the playoffs for a second straight season, they've won four of six and are coming off Tuesday's 4-2 victory at Pittsburgh. Buffalo has accounted for two of the defeats by the Eastern Conference's top seed during the Penguins' current 22-3-0 run.

"Obviously we wanted to be in the playoffs, but that's not going to happen. But guys want to make sure they finish strong," coach Ron Rolston said.

The Sabres' power play has clicked well recently, scoring six times on its last 14 chances - a 42.9 percent success rate compared to 14.4 on the season.

Should Ryan Miller start in goal, it would be his 500th career appearance, and speculation has swirled that it could be his last with Buffalo. Miller has one year remaining on his contract but is one of the most enviable assets on a team that may be in rebuilding mode moving forward.

"There's been a lot of could-be last games as a Sabre the last few years," said Miller, whose 2.87 goals-against average is his worst since becoming Buffalo's No. 1 netminder in 2005-06. "I'm just trying to enjoy the moment. I'll approach it the same way I've approached the other 499 - just put the pads on and try to do your best.

"I don't know which way it's going to go, so I'm not going to talk like I'm gone."

Miller stopped 41 shots as Buffalo won the season's first meeting, 3-2 on Feb. 9 on Long Island.

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04/26/2013 01:51 PM

Preview: Oilers (0-0) at Wild (0-0)

Date: April 26, 2013 8:00 PM EDT

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - The Minnesota Wild looked like they were going to miss the postseason for the fifth straight year following a terrible start to April.

A clutch win over the defending Stanley Cup champions, though, has Minnesota on the verge of returning to the playoffs.

The Wild only need to beat Edmonton at home Friday night or win at Colorado on Saturday to secure a playoff berth, and the Oilers enter this matchup playing even worse than Minnesota this month.

The Wild (25-18-3) lost eight of their first 11 in April, including a couple at home when they dominated most of the night only to lose a critical contest.

On Tuesday, they were able to match Los Angeles' intensity.

The time on the scoreboard was ticking toward zero and the Wild were clinging to a one-goal lead the Kings weren't ready to give up on.

Kings defenseman Slava Voynov signaled to a teammate on the other side he was open, corralled a perfect through-the-slot pass at the far edge of the right circle and wound up for the potential tying shot. Wild goalie Niklas Backstrom lunged to block the puck with the middle of his right leg and smothered it in the crease with help from defenseman Ryan Suter with 11 seconds left.

Almost everyone in the arena exhaled, and the Wild won 2-1 to avoid a third straight loss.

"You just have to stick with it. We talked before: There's going to be ups and downs," captain Mikko Koivu said.

After signing Suter and Zach Parise to mega contracts last summer, this lockout-shortened season took on a playoffs-or-bust vibe. In January and March, the Wild's first postseason appearance since 2008 looked like a mere formality. In February and April, not so much.

They lost 6-1 at San Jose last Thursday and 4-1 at home to Calgary on Sunday, heightening the tension and pressure to the point where a team meeting was held before Monday's practice. The clear-the-air session apparently did some good.

"It's just every game we're trying to do the same things that we're supposed to do, and a lot of that is mental right now getting toward the end of the season," Koivu said. "Your mind has to be in it each and every shift. It's not about effort. It's about making the right plays."

They did that against the Kings.

"The last game could've unraveled us, too, and it didn't. That's how you respond," coach Mike Yeo said.

Minnesota hasn't come undone in its meetings with the Oilers (17-22-7) over the past few seasons. The Wild have won all three matchups this year, outscoring Edmonton 12-6, to improve to 13-2-0 in the series since the start of the 2010-11 season.

Matt Cullen has two goals and two assists against the Oilers this season, while Charlie Coyle and Kyle Brodziak have each scored twice. Backstrom has been in net for all three games, and he's 11-1-0 with a 1.96 goals-against average in his last 12 starts versus Edmonton.

That doesn't bode well for an Oilers team that has totaled two goals during a three-game skid. Edmonton lost 4-1 to Chicago at home on Wednesday night, dropping to 1-9-0 in its last 10.

"The individual errors are just killing us at the moment," said coach Ralph Krueger, whose team finishes the season Saturday with a visit from Vancouver. "We need to be very cognizant about the importance of reacting to this. The results are less important than the way we are playing and executing right now.

"We're being tested right now in the severest of ways with the losing month like this. We should all expect more from each other."

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04/26/2013 01:53 PM

Preview: Flames (0-0) at Blackhawks (0-0)

Date: April 26, 2013 8:30 PM EDT

Though the Chicago Blackhawks already secured their first Presidents' Trophy in 22 years, they expect to use the final two regular-season games as a chance to build more momentum heading into the playoffs.

The Blackhawks won't take it easy when they look to continue their home dominance over the Calgary Flames on Friday night.

Chicago (35-6-5) opened this shortened season by earning at least one point in an NHL-record 24 straight games, then remained consistent en route to earning the league's best record and Presidents' Trophy for the first time since 1990-91.

"To have the start to the season that we had and to keep playing consistently is an amazing thing for our team,' said captain Jonathan Toews, who had a goal in Wednesday's 4-1 win at Edmonton. "We've shown a lot of character, we've definitely learned from our mistakes the last few years, and we've grown. I think everyone has matured as players in this locker room.

"We have to use that experience and use that confidence from being the No. 1 team all year and carry it into the playoffs.'

Though the Blackhawks will have home-ice advantage throughout the playoffs, they understand there's plenty of work to be done. The 2008 Detroit Red Wings were the last Presidents' Trophy winner to raise the Stanley Cup. When Chicago recorded the most points in the NHL in 1991, it was upset in the first round by the Minnesota North Stars.

Coach Joel Quenneville and his players are aware of that history and expect to take the same businesslike approach they've had all season into Friday's contest and again Saturday at St. Louis, before shifting the focus to the playoffs.

"I congratulate the guys, they deserve what they got," said Quenneville, whose team is 17-3-3 at home and riding a seven-game point streak (5-0-2) at the United Center.

"Everybody had a hand in it, everybody contributed. It was a real, good team effort across the board. But I don't think we want to get too excited, we have some serious work to do still."

That work continues versus Calgary (19-24-4), which has been outscored 52-23 while dropping 12 straight regular season and playoff games at Chicago.

Toews has been held without a point in three straight games against the Flames, but teammate Patrick Kane has four goals and five assists in his last eight versus Calgary.

Chicago netminder Ray Emery earned victories in both 2013 meetings with the Flames, but is day to day after he apparently re-aggravated a lower-body injury Wednesday.

Corey Crawford, who stopped all 14 shots in relief, is 2-2-0 with a 3.26 goals-against average versus Calgary.

The Flames conclude their fourth straight season without a playoff appearance looking to avoid a third consecutive defeat. Finishing with a four-game trip, Calgary had won three in a row before losing 4-3 at Nashville on Tuesday and 4-1 to playoff-bound St. Louis on Thursday.

"There was a big difference in the two teams (Thursday)," defenseman Chris Butler told the Flames' official website. "You look at the way they played and the way we played and there's a reason why they are where they are in the standings and why we are where we are."

Sven Baertschi scored against the Blues to extend his point streak to seven games (three goals and six assists). The winger's three goals in 20 games this season match his total in five contests as a rookie in 2011-12.

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04/26/2013 01:55 PM

Preview: Avalanche (0-0) at Coyotes (0-0)

Date: April 26, 2013 10:00 PM EDT

The Phoenix Coyotes are officially eliminated from playoff contention, but they still want to finish the season on a positive note.

Hosting the Western Conference-worst Colorado Avalanche could help the Coyotes do that.

Phoenix will try to win its fifth straight in this series and extend its home point streak over the Avs to 12 on Friday night in its final game at Arena this season.

With Minnesota defeating Los Angeles 2-1 on Tuesday, the Coyotes (20-18-8) were officially knocked out of playoff contention for the first time in four seasons. It was a disappointing result for a club that advanced to its first conference finals a year ago, but that didn't stop the Coyotes from giving their best on Wednesday when they defeated playoff-bound San Jose 2-1.

Captain Shane Doan picked up his first points in eight games by setting up first-period goals by Michael Stone and Keith Yandle.

"I know everybody's disappointed and that room is as disappointed as everybody else, but I know the leadership that Shane Doan has and he's not going to let this team back off," said coach Dave Tippett, whose team closes at Anaheim on Saturday.

"I wasn't worried about our commitment to playing hard tonight or whether we were going to go through the motions.'

Coyotes goaltender Mike Smith plans on giving it his all the final two games.

"... we don't like to be in the situation we're in, but there's two ways to look at it: go out there and feel sorry for yourself and just get through a game or you could show some pride and play like we did tonight," he said.

"It was a nice way to get a win.'

Having Smith in net could help the Coyotes extend their 9-0-2 run at home against the Avs (15-24-7). After making a season-high 41 saves in a 3-2 overtime victory in Denver on Feb. 11, Smith returned from a six-game injury absence on April 6 to make 24 saves in a 4-0 home win. He is 8-1-1 with a 1.41 goals-against average against the Avs, and the Coyotes have won four straight at home in this series.

That doesn't bode well for an Avalanche team that's a league-worst 3-16-4 on the road. Colorado, loser of 16 of 17 outside Denver following Tuesday's 3-1 defeat at St. Louis, will miss the playoffs for a third straight season, but it will likely avoid finishing with the league's worst record. Florida would have to win its final two games and the Avs lose their last two in regulation in order for Colorado to have the best odds of securing the first overall pick in Monday's draft lottery.

Avs left wing Cody McLeod probably wishes this season wasn't coming to an end. Five of his eight goals have come in the last five games, and he has a chance to find the back of the net in a career-best three straight.

"I got bumped up to (Ryan) O'Reilly's line,' McLeod said, explaining his recent surge. "I guess you're going to get more chances playing with them, and I've just been going to the net and kind of getting rewarded.'

Doan, who has team bests with three goals and five points in the season series, has 12 points in his last 10 home games versus Colorado.

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04/26/2013 01:57 PM

Armadillo's Write-Up

Friday, April 26

Hot teams
-- Sabres are 7-4 in their last eleven games.
-- Blackhawks won eight of their last ten games.

Cold teams
-- Islanders lost last two games, after winning 11 of previous 14.
-- Oilers lost nine of their last ten games. Minnesota lost eight of last 12.
-- Flames lost their last two games 4-3/4-1.
-- Colorado lost 17 of its last 22 games. Coyotes are 3-5 in their last eight.

-- Four of last five Islander games went over the total.
-- Under is 6-1-1 in last eight Edmonton games.
-- Last three Calgary-Chicago games stayed under the total.
-- Under is 7-0-2 in last nine Phoenix games.

Series records
-- Islanders lost three of last four games with Buffalo.
-- Minnesota won 13 of its last 15 games with Edmonton.
-- Blackhawks won five of last seven games with Calgary.
-- Coyotes won ten of last twelve games with Colorado.

-- Islanders are 1-5 if they played the night before.
-- Flames are 0-4 on the road if they played the night before.


Friday, April 26

Trend Report

7:00 PM
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of the NY Islanders last 6 games when playing Buffalo
NY Islanders are 8-4 SU in their last 12 games on the road
The total has gone OVER in 8 of Buffalo's last 12 games when playing at home against NY Islanders
Buffalo is 4-2 SU in its last 6 games

8:00 PM
Edmonton is 1-9 SU in its last 10 games
Edmonton is 2-13 SU in its last 15 games when playing Minnesota
Minnesota is 1-5 SU in its last 6 games at home
Minnesota is 13-2 SU in its last 15 games when playing Edmonton

8:30 PM
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Calgary's last 6 games when playing Chicago
Calgary is 0-5 SU in its last 5 games when playing on the road against Chicago
Chicago is 5-0 SU in its last 5 games when playing at home against Calgary
Chicago is 8-2 SU in its last 10 games

10:00 PM
The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Colorado's last 6 games on the road
Colorado is 5-17 SU in its last 22 games
Phoenix is 8-1 SU in its last 9 games when playing at home against Colorado
Phoenix is 2-4 SU in its last 6 games

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04/26/2013 01:58 PM

Long Sheet

Friday, April 26


NY ISLANDERS (24-16-0-6, 54 pts.) at BUFFALO (20-21-0-6, 46 pts.) - 4/26/2013, 7:05 PM
There are no Top Trends with records of significance that apply to this game.

Head-to-Head Series History
NY ISLANDERS is 6-4 (+3.8 Units) against the spread versus BUFFALO over the last 3 seasons
NY ISLANDERS is 6-4-0 straight up against BUFFALO over the last 3 seasons
6 of 10 games in this series have gone OVER THE TOTAL over the last 3 seasons . (Over=+1.8 Units)


EDMONTON (17-22-0-7, 41 pts.) at MINNESOTA (25-18-0-3, 53 pts.) - 4/26/2013, 8:05 PM
There are no Top Trends with records of significance that apply to this game.

Head-to-Head Series History
MINNESOTA is 13-2 (+10.7 Units) against the spread versus EDMONTON over the last 3 seasons
MINNESOTA is 13-2-0 straight up against EDMONTON over the last 3 seasons
7 of 12 games in this series have gone OVER THE TOTAL over the last 3 seasons . (Over=+1.4 Units)


CALGARY (19-23-0-4, 42 pts.) at CHICAGO (35-6-0-5, 75 pts.) - 4/26/2013, 8:35 PM
There are no Top Trends with records of significance that apply to this game.

Head-to-Head Series History
CHICAGO is 6-4 (+0.8 Units) against the spread versus CALGARY over the last 3 seasons
CHICAGO is 6-4-0 straight up against CALGARY over the last 3 seasons
5 of 10 games in this series have gone OVER THE TOTAL over the last 3 seasons . (Over=-0.1 Units, Under=-0.8 Units)


COLORADO (15-24-0-7, 37 pts.) at PHOENIX (20-18-0-8, 48 pts.) - 4/26/2013, 10:05 PM
Top Trends for this game.
COLORADO is 15-31 ATS (+52.5 Units) in all games this season.
COLORADO is 15-31 ATS (+52.5 Units) second half of the season this season.
COLORADO is 2-11 ATS (+17.0 Units) in road games when playing against a team with a losing record this season.
PHOENIX is 15-7 ATS (+5.8 Units) in April games over the last 2 seasons.
PHOENIX is 68-70 ATS (-51.5 Units) in home games when playing against a team with a losing record in the second half of the season since 1996.

Head-to-Head Series History
PHOENIX is 8-2 (+4.8 Units) against the spread versus COLORADO over the last 3 seasons
PHOENIX is 8-2-0 straight up against COLORADO over the last 3 seasons
5 of 8 games in this series have gone UNDER THE TOTAL over the last 3 seasons . (Under=+1.9 Units)

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04/26/2013 06:42 PM

Friday, April 26

Game Score Status Pick Amount

NY Islanders - 7:00 PM ET Buffalo -104 500
Buffalo - Under 5.5 500

Edmonton - 8:00 PM ET Edmonton +210 500 POD # 3
Minnesota - Over 5 500

Calgary - 8:30 PM ET Calgary +225 500 POD # 2
Chicago - Under 5.5 500

Colorado - 10:00 PM ET Colorado +147 500 POD # 1
Phoenix - Under 5.5 500

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