The Avalanche have been one of the early season bet on hockey surprises so far, even though they have played most of their games on the road.
Hockey betting has the Hurricanes playing the third game of a four-game road trip and the first of a back-to-back as they are at Minnesota on Saturday. This is the first hockey betting game on a brief two-game homestand for the Avalanche. Colorado hosts Detroit tomorrow night in hockey betting. Those that bet on hockey have seen Colorado play a lot of road games. In fact, after the November 1st game at Vancouver, the Avalanche will have played 11 of their first 15 games on the road. It is extremely rare for a team to play so many road games early in the season but considering Colorado’s success it could help them later in the year when they play a lot of home games.
Colorado has had a lot of hockey betting success recently against Carolina. They have won 8 of the last 10 meetings against the Hurricanes in hockey betting. They have won the last five home games in hockey betting against Carolina. Last season the teams met twice but both games were in Carolina and each team got a win. Both of those games went over the hockey betting total at the sports book.
Carolina has been a tough team to figure for those that bet on hockey at the sports book. They have a great goaltender in Cam Ward but they do struggle to score goals. So far this season the Hurricanes are giving up too many shots on goal and that has been a major problem.
Colorado has not done much wrong this sports betting season. They have won their only two previous home games in hockey betting and on the road they have also played well. They have gotten excellent goaltending out of Craig Anderson and they have been scoring goals led by Milan Hejduk. So far this hockey betting season the Avalanche have been a team to keep a close eye on.
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