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    jjgold
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    NHL Has Very Low Betting Volume

    Some books lucky if they take 10 bets a day on it

    Bigger books also do not take that much action

    A dead betting sport

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    Coach, call Bowmans and ask how many tickets a week they write

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    it's because this game is so dang boring to watch...

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    The Shoot Out rule killed Hockey wagering. IMHO.

    The puck line at .5 was golden.

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    Bowmans has lots of canadian players so of course they take decent action

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    Didn't the NHL fold? You must mean IHL. When I'm a grandpa, I'll tell my grandkids, "They used to play soccer on ice. They called it Hockey.". It's a dead sport, period. Maybe you should bet on professional curling.

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    It might help if a game or two were televised. I get to watch my regional Bruin 2 or 3 times a week.

    ESPN would rather show reruns of the 2002 WSOP, X-games,World's strongest man contest from the early 80's,etc.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by onl˛ˇker
    The Shoot Out rule killed Hockey wagering. IMHO.
    How Ironic. I win my pucks play today by a SO.

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