Bet on hockey numbers show that this is the first of a four-game road trip for Dallas and the first of a back-to-back situation as they are at Vancouver tomorrow. Hockey betting stats show that the Stars have actually won 8 of the last 10 meetings against Edmonton but that trend may not continue. Gamblers that bet on hockey see that Dallas is struggling this season while the Oilers are showing potential. Hockey betting results tell us that the teams have already met twice this season and each team won at home. The Oilers won 5-2 at home last month while Dallas won 4-3 at home in late November.
At Edmonton, the Oilers had lost the last four games until December’s win so the hockey betting trends may turn around. The last three games between the two teams have gone over the hockey betting total. That makes sense considering Dallas has struggled most of the season on defense as hockey betting stats indicate.
Edmonton is led in scoring as hockey betting statistics have it by Ales Hemsky. Dwayne Roloson looks to have solidified the goaltending position and overall the Oilers look like a team that can impact the hockey betting odds on a regular basis this season.
Gamblers looking to bet on hockey will be leaning to the Oilers in this game, simply because Dallas is looking weak. This is not the same Dallas team that has made the playoffs in recent seasons. Dallas has very little scoring as hockey betting stats show and their goaltending with Marty Turco is inconsistent at best. The Stars have been nothing special at home or on the road and have not been solid enough for gamblers to back them with their wagers.
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