Free NHL Hockey Picks

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Opening night of the NHL season is less than a month away. The NHL odds are posted for that first Thursday, so let’s take a look to see if there’s any value.

 
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The Boston Bruins were upset in the second-round of the 2014 NHL playoffs. And even after losing Jarome Iginla in the offseason, they might be good choice for your NHL picks this season.

 
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The Pittsburgh Penguins had another disappointing finish to an NHL season, failing to make a deep playoff run. After wholesale changes, are they worth a shot on the NHL odds in the coming year?

 
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The West has surpassed the East for the title of top conference in the NHL by winning four of the last five Stanley Cups. Will that trend continue? Here’s a look at the 2014-15 NHL odds as training camps approach.

 
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Here is a look at the separate divisions and an analysis of their NHL odds and betting picks for this season.

 
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The Ottawa Senators inked forward Clarke MacArthur to a contract extension on Thursday, locking him up for five more years and $23.25 million. He’s a top-six forward for the Sens, so he was clearly a priority. However, they’ll need much more than him if they plan to compete in the Eastern Conference.

 
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Truth be told, the Isles haven’t been doing much anyways in terms of improving thanks to ownership, so really this news is more about the potential that things will get better; not that they’ll get worse. 

 
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The Pens have made some serious changes to the roster in the offseason as well as changing their head coach and general manager. But are they better? Find out what this expert handicapper recommends. 

 
 
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The Detroit Red Wings were one of the most battered and bruised teams last season. They lost a number of key players to injuries and as a result, barely qualified for the players and were quickly ushered out by the Boston Bruins in just five games. But as the 2014-15 season approaches, a lot of bettors are wondering just how good they could be if everyone stayed healthy. Let’s take a look.

 
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Goaltenders are typically a hot commodity in the NHL but as we move past the mid-point of the offseason, there’s a pair of veteran netminders still looking for work. Both Martin Brodeur and Tim Thomas have backstopped teams to Stanley Cups before but neither are signed as of right now. Is it time for them to retire?