NHL Lines and Odds – Hockey Playoff Betting

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NHL Lines and Odds at RealBet.euNHL lines and odds are even more value now with less than five games remaining for every team in the NHL. The push for the NHL playoffs is officially on. Let’s take a look at the top storylines heading into the last week or so of the regular season and see what they might mean for your betting bankroll.

NHL Playoff Betting – Will The Red Wings Extend Their Playoff Streak?

Twenty-four years and counting. It’s the longest active streak in professional sports and it’s perilously close to coming to an end. As it sits today, the Detroit Red Wings have limped into a playoff spot. The Wings have been up and down in the second half of the season and haven’t looked like a playoff team during stretches of February and March. But they are the Red Wings and they’ve been in this position before. If the Wings are going to make the playoffs they’ll need to make the most of their remaining games, which include a date with the Bruins who sit right behind Detroit in the playoff hunt.

Hockey Wagering – Will Alexander Ovechkin Hit 50 Goals?

He’s the only one who has a shot to do it. He’s at 47 goals but the Caps only have a few games remaining. The Caps also have everything locked up, so they may sit Ovie late in the year. If Ovie doesn’t hit 50, it’ll be the first time since the 2005 Lockout where no player hit the 50 goal mark. As it stands, there may only be 2-3 players that crack 40 goals. It’s tough to score in today’s NHL.

NHL Futures – What’s Up With Chicago?

The Chicago Blackhawks have sputtered since the deadline, which is odd since they were the team that beefed up the most. Their biggest acquisition, Andrew Ladd, has been good but the team overall has lacked consistency and is falling behind in the race for the Central Division. Going on the road to win the Stanley Cup hasn’t been an issue for the Hawks in years’ past, but they appear to be set for a first round date with either the Dallas Stars or the St. Louis Blues which will be tough.

NHL Lines and Odds – Will Kane Hit 110 Points?

At 102 points, Patrick Kane could hit the 110 mark. He’s most likely the only one who will break 100 points so its a pretty astounding result already. Kane’s pace has fallen off since his torrid start, but he’s having a career year and is just a couple of months away from taking home every major NHL Award. Nobody has been more dominant than Kane all year, and he’s 8 points away from putting an emphatic statement on a spectacular year.

Keep your eyes on these intriguing storylines as teams across the continent battle it out to claim their spot in hockey’s second season. Nothing gets us fired up more at RealBet than some good old fashioned hockey playoffs, and keep checking back for the latest in NHL lines and odds.

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