Stanley Cup Betting and 2010 Stanley Cup Odds
This year four teams remain in the hunt for the Stanley Cup betting but only two will make it and only one will be able to call itself the Stanley Cup champion.
Stanley Cup betting has been around for nearly a century and dozens of teams have hoisted Lord Stanley’s Cup. Yet it never seems to lose its luster and you can be sure the four remaining teams in the Stanley Cup odds race would give their left to make it to the Stanley Cup betting final.
Stanley Cup Betting Roundup
Friday, June 11th-Game 6 of the 2010 Stanley Cup odds action came to a thrilling conclusion in OT when Patrick Kane slapped in an improbable goal to give the Chicago Blackhawks not only a Game 6 victory but a Stanley Cup betting title as well.
Friday, June 11th -Forty-nine years of Stanley Cup betting drought came to an end on Wednesday night when the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Philadelphia Flyers in a thrilling Game 4 battle to claim the 2010 Stanley Cup odds title and hoist Lord Stanley’s giant chalice for the first time nearly five decades.
Thursday, June 10th -The brain trust of the NHL got together a few years ago after the disastrous lock out and cancelled season and tweaked the rules of the game in such a way that the goal scoring avalanche of the 2010 Stanley Cup betting.
Thursday, June 10th -The phrase “best ever” is too easily applied to almost facet of sports betting and it’s lost much of its potency, but to say that the 2010 NHL playoff hockey betting was the best ever would as genuine a statement.
Thursday, June 10th -The 2010 hockey betting season will be remembered for many things but perhaps the longest lasting and most poignant impression that will linger on in the collective memory of the sports betting world is the terrific.
Out west, the Blackhawks and the Redwings are facing off in a battle of the colors, as it were, for a chance to represent their conference in the Stanley Cup betting. In the East the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Carolina Hurricanes are fighting for the right to represent their conference in the Stanley Cup odds. Both series are just beginning and right now the sportsbook odds are wide open.
In terms of experience in Stanly Cup betting games, the edge goes to the Pens and the Redwings as both teams won their conference finals last year and were featured in the 2008 Stanley Cup betting. And the Wings have yet another leg up on the competition as they’ve been in the Stanley Cup odds more times than any other team in recent years.
Yet the Wings almost appear to be the shakiest of the four remaining teams in terms of wrapping up a Stanley Cup betting berth. They are arguably the best team left in the playoffs, yet so far in the race for the championship title they have played the worst, relative to their potential. However, this is an excellent defensive team and that goes a long way in covering up mistakes in the Stanley Cup betting chase.
The Hawks and the Canes are both peaking at the right time and Chicago has a very legitimate shot its first Stanley Cup betting appearance in many years. The Canes, however, have a very rough draw against the Pens, and it doesn’t seem probable that Carolina will be hosting its first Stanley Cup betting game this year.
The Pens have to be considered the Stanley Cup odds favorite right now in online betting. They have won the close games so far in the playoffs and gotten through a very tough test against the Capitals in the previous round of the Stanley Cup betting playoffs. The team simply has too much fire power on the ice and perhaps not even the mighty defense of Detroit will be enough to stop the Pens in this year’s Stanley Cup.
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