Want to see movement in an NHL Bet? Good Morning and welcome to HRWager. Game Six of the Washington Pittsburgh series opened up with the Penguins as a slight home favorite. Lot of concentrated wagering on one side has caused the ML to slide to the -130 level. Our job here at the HRW is to determine if this amount of steam is correct and whether the increased price to win is worth our while. So let us sit back and get this investment in before the puck drops at 8PM EST.
NHL Bet : Key Cap Return?!
Washington seems to be getting a key defenseman back and the world does not take notice! The third line had awful gaffes on the defensive side of the puck in Games Three and Four. Brooks Orpik is now back in the lineup after a three game suspension. A consistent player with fresh legs wanting to make amends for his mistake is a valuable asset to have. At any rate, Washington can open it up even more now to exploit the new found potency of the first line. Evgeny Kuznetsov looked like his former self when put in the starting lineup for Game Five. A lot of good factors going in for Washington and yet the line slides this much. Why?
Penguin’s Goalie Change?
One bad goal and it is panic time in Pittsburgh. Rookie Matt Murray made a single mistake and now the masses are howling for Fleury to take over his regular gig. Coach named Murray the starter already but rookies have rabbit ears. If Washington storms the gates and gets up fast then this one can spiral out of control. A few boo birds and all the confidence in the world starts to crack. Hopefully the fans of Pittsburgh are educated enough to refrain from impromptu actions like these.
Such concentrated action is rarely this far off. Caps have most of the momentum and issues solved coming into this one. Penguins are suddenly on their heels with a goaltending issue that frankly should not be there. +115 to +120 is too good of a price for the team that now has momentum. Good fortune in our NHL Bet recommendation and we will see you later today here at the HRW.