Are you betting on hockey and do not know what a Grand Salami is? There is no need to be ashamed of that. According to the last poll, 95% of new bettors admit to not knowing that either (disclaimer: poll and results may be imaginary). But with the NHL playoffs in full swing, it might literally pay off to become acquainted with this particular term. Basically, a Grand Salami is betting on the over/under total of goals in every hockey game played in a single day. That is that there is to it. Such sites as SBG Global sportsbook will include a Grand Salami option of total amount of away goals and home goals in a night’s action.
Are the Blues the new black? St. Louis took out the not-for-long-still-reigning Stanley Cup Champions the Chicago Blackhawks in seven games. Chicago blues may be one of the most important influences on modern music, but the ’Hawks had nothing on the St. Louis Blues. That doesn’t mean its all downhill from here, though. Some mofos are always trying to ice skate uphill, and the Blues won’t have any choice but to when they face the number 1 seed in the Western Conference, the Dallas Stars, in the second round of the NHL playoffs.
If betting on hockey were like in cartoons, the Penguins would obviously be favorites in the NHL playoffs second round series pitting the Pittsburgh team against the Washington Capitals. Of course, if that were the case, they would be actual penguins. But since they are not, the Caps are online betting favorites (odds -135) to win game one, which they host tonight. Though to be fair, Pittsburgh did own the Blueshirts in their first round series – making fast decisions, fast passes, and keeping their (happy) feet moving all the time, as real penguins are wont to do.
If you love betting on Hockey, then game 7 of the Predators and Ducks game probably has gotten you itching with excitement. The last ticket for the second round of the NHL Playoffs has not yet defined as Nashville forced Anaheim to take this series to an epic game 7 at the Honda Center.
Right wing Vladimir Tarasenko scored on a couple of outstanding wrist shots while Brian Elliott made 39 saves as the hockey betting favorites St. Louis Blues defeated the Chicago Blackhawks 4-3 for a 3-1 lead in their first-round NHL playoff series. Jaden Schwartz scored a tiebreaking power-play goal in the 3rd period for the second game in a row. St. Louis appear has gotten the upper hand on its first appearance in the Western Conference semifinals since 2012, after being eliminated in the opening round in the last three years.