It’s hard but man is it fun. The beauty of the NHL is that a game can change momentum in the blink of an eye – either leaving you cheering in your seats or pulling your hair out.
However, if you look deep enough into the trends of teams at home and on the road, pre and post all-star break, injuries, starting goalies, special teams and a multitude of other key factors you can put yourself in a good position to take advantage of a sportsbook’s NHL lines. That’s what I’m going to provide you with here at the DailyFaceoff, an in-depth look at some favourable matchups and trends that may lead to solid bets for that night. But remember not to take things too seriously… it’s impossible to be 100%-accurate at predicting anything.
Thanks for checking in early at the Daily Faceoff. I’ll be keeping you updated with important tips to get you prepared for the upcoming NHL season as well as a look at key trends from last season and what we can expect from some teams this season.
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