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Penguins Force Game 7!

Penguins force game 7Just as we had called it on a previous article, the Penguins kicked out of sweet chin music from the Lightning and we are headed for a game 7! Online betting fans are now waiting what is going to be the culmination of a classic series.  After being put on the verge of elimination at home and on OT, the Penguins headed down to St. Louis looking to fight for survival and get one last game. And they did so on impressive fashion routing the Lightning 5-2. Game 7 will be this Thursday May 26th, with the winner moving on to the Stanley Cup Final.

San Jose Sharks one stroke closer to first Stanley Cup

San Jose Sharks one stroke closer to first Stanley CupFans of the San Jose Sharks persuasion betting on hockey at SBG Global sportsbook got their money’s worth last night. The Sharks and the St. Louis Blues were playing a bit of Freaky Friday in game 4, which the latter won in surprisingly convincing fashion 6-3 to tie the series 2-2. However, things were back to normal last night with another 6-3 final score – except this time the numbers were on the correct side of the equation. Therefore, the Sharks take a 3-2 lead and are a single win away from making their first trip to the NHL Stanley Cup Finals.

Lightning Delivers Sweet Chin Music to Penguins

Lightning deliver sweet chin music to Penguins and HBKFans betting on hockey can eagerly await a crucial game 6 where it is do or die for the Penguins, after the Lightning put them at the edge of the abyss.

Much like when Shawn Michaels did to Bret Hart at Wrestlemania XII, the Tampa Bay Lightning delivered Sweet Chin Music to the Pittsburg Penguins at overtime in game 5, leaving them one win away from the Stanley Cup Finals. Adding insult to injury, the Penguins had invited the original Heartbreak Kid himself to attend the game. Michaels was in attendance wearing a Penguins jersey, after Pittsburg fans invited him to witness the HBK line of Carl Hagelin, Nick Bonino, and Phil Kessel, it all seemed like a celebration that came crashing down when Tyler Johnson scored after just 53 seconds of overtime. The Lighting now gets the series back at Tampa, looking to seal the deal.

Will the St. Louis Blues finally score again in game 4?

St Louis urged to winNow there’s an online betting proposition for you. The St. Louis Blues have failed to score a goal since the second period of game 1 their NHL Stanley Cup Western Conference Final series versus the San Jose Sharks – put in cold, hard numbers, that’s 150 minutes and 45 seconds. To put it in perspective, they have not scored for almost the entire running time of Apocalypse Now. Last night, the Sharks shut out the Blues for the second time in a row, for a final score of 3-0 and 2-1 lead in the series. San Jose goalkeeper Martin Jones made 22 saves. Tomas Hertl scored goals in the first and third periods for the Sharks, assisted on both occasions by Joe Thornton. Joonas Donskoi contributed the remaining goal in the second period after a sharp pass from Logan Couture.

The Blues are Going to Need a Bigger Boat for Game 3

St. Louis Blues NHL Conference FinalsIt is agreed among sports betting pundits that the San Jose Sharks have outplayed the St. Louis Blues on both games of the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs Western Conference Finals. The difference between game 1 (which the Blues won 2-1) and game (which the Sharks won 4-0) is that in the former San Jose outshot but did not outscore St. Louis, while they did both in the latter. To the surprise of no one betting on hockey, even Blues coach Ken Hitchcock admitted that “we didn’t play very well” after game 2.

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