The Hockey Diaries: The Not So-Flyers

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The Hockey Diaries: The Not So-Flyers

NHL Season Record 2.0

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(Will keep a pinned link to the March 7th entry going forward for all those that are not in the loop. It has the final record on the old approach.)

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What is up with the Flyers? They have been an unrecognizable team on the backend in March and been pummeled in several games over the past week. A 6-1 dismantling at the Islanders sandwiched between a 9-0 and 8-3 at the hands of the Rangers in just the last eight days. Every so often any team in the league is susceptible to a shellacking due to fatigue, not mentally being in the game, or just an unfortunate sequence of poor goaltending or excellent shooting by the opposition.

However, three games in such short succession is incredibly rare in a salary-capped league. Even the absolutely pitiful Buffalo Sabres, currently in the midst of a sixteen-game mind-blowing losing streak, have only lost by more than three goals twice over that time. This could be a symptom of just not being interested in the brand of defense Vigneault wants but it won’t take much more to slide out of playoff contention entirely in this most stacked division.

Last night I did not get any piece of the progressions to come in, though those were the A-bets. Totals ran 1-2 with the Flyers one again sailing over. Today I am adding another new series on the Coyotes for significant value hosting the Sharks. And also backing a Devils team playing a back-to-back with the Capitals. If the Flyers and Knights close successfully in their next game the progression system will move into profit!

Totals will be posted about 1-2 hours before puckdrop this evening.

March 26th Bets:

San Jose Sharks vs. Arizona Coyotes
ARI ML -111 1%
New Jersey Devils vs. Washington Capitals
NJD ML +190

*The picks reflect the line at the moment the writer made the play on BetOnline (visit our BetOnline Review) Since the lines might vary, don’t forget to refer back to our NHL odds.


Always risking 1u, never ‘to win’ 1u. If I expose two, that still remains risking 2u, not betting 2.5 to win 1 simply because the price is shorter than what I have. A standard stake here is 1u = 1% of your bankroll. This will keep you in the game instead of busting out every other day because you decided to be stupid and put your entire bankroll down on 8 wagers. If you have worse prices don’t bet more to compensate. Please do not attach my plays in parlays, you are costing yourself extra money trying to cut corners.