A frequent hockey gambling strategy is evaporating a team that’s about the second half of playing on back-to-back days. This is reflected in betting lines as teams who are playing their second match in as many times will normally have inflated odds and if you are sharp, you can catch the books napping.
Luckily for you, I had the data team here in OddsShark run some numbers on back-to-backs and highlighted the teams you should be focusing on when placing your NHL wagers and a few groups you should avoid.
Three teams to Fade in situations3. Toronto Maple Leafs: Optimism has been the subject of the Toronto Maple Leafs season however as one of the youngest teams in the NHL, winning always is an extremely difficult endeavor. This is exemplified from the Leafs’ 2-7 record at the second night of a back-to-back and their -508.81 profit margin in those games. That said, head coach Mike Babcock appears to understand where his bread is buttered as he has led his team to a 6-3 record in the very first match of the Leafs’ back-to-backs.2. Dallas Stars: What a awful follow up to the 2015-16 season that saw the high-scoring Stars win the Central Division and score the second-most objectives. This year, Dallas has 42 points through 42 games and sits well below the league average in goals scored. At 2-6 in all back-to-back situations, the Stars are one of the worst teams to wager on if they have games on consecutive days. The positive twist here is that they have staying on their program. 1. Arizona Coyotes: And today we get to the lowly’Yotes. Arizona has made a commitment and up to now, it’s not paying dividends. The Coyotes are near the bottom of the league in virtually every major stat class and have made a pitiful 3-9 record in back-to-back situations. An interesting angle, however, is they are much worse in the first match of back-to-backs and have lost bettors just $74 when they have bet on the’Yotes to win the next match of b2bs.

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