The pythagorean expectation formula is applied to the current NHL standings with some interesting results
In this weeks Frozen Assets, I discuss 5 things that will surprise you about the standings, and find the best odds on those things to happen.
Every season produces longshots and overachievers, and bettors must be careful not to place too much emphasis on a team’s prior achievements and pre-season projections, when, at a certain point in the season, a team’s record is its record. Which perennial league laughingstocks have the best chance to make the playoffs?
Ari looks at teams that have been going over and under the total a disproportionate amount of time.
In one of my weekly pieces for Covers.com I preview the storylines for each of the HNIC games from a betting perspective.
Which teams have been the best and worst against the spread this season?
Calgary Flames – 13-7, +13.01 units
The Penguins, Devils, Flyers, and Rangers all look like playoff-bound teams, and the New York Islanders have exceeded expectations.
What have we learned about each team? Who is the favorite to win the division? What are the odds?
In this week’s Pucking the Trends, I discuss the ‘Canes struggles, why the Leafs no longer blow, Vancouver’s returning stars, Blue-line scoring, and games between tired and well rested opponents.