Welcome to the 2013 NHL league leading up to the Stanley Cup. The recent announcement of a shorter league has got ice hockey fans all over the world excited for an action packed year that’s full of surprises. In the NHL, surprises make for some brilliant games and more importantly brilliant bookie odds. So which underdog team should you watch out for this year?
Wayne Root is a betting genius. He takes techniques used in the stock market then implements them in to betting tips, and has always believed that the underdog is the way to make money and the hot shot teams have bad odds and have let him down one to many times. So to find out who the hot shots are we need to look at the bookies, and the answer is clear – Pittsburgh Penguins for league winners.
They are looking really strong this year with Sidney Crosby back from his concussion trouble, and a previous goal scoring average of 3.33 but it’s important to remember Wayne Roots rule – they are not the team to make money on. Instead we need to look at the underdogs, teams that the bookies ignore, and to find those teams we need to ask the experts. Dan Rosen and E.J Hradek are both predicting the same final between the New York Kings and the Vancouver Canucks, and they both offer some tempting odds. In terms of bookies odds the kings are sat in 8th and the Canucks are 7th meaning there is definitely some money to be made.