January 24th, 2020 | The Hockey Betting Podcast
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The 2019-2020 NHL regular season has reached the All-Star game break, so on the latest edition of The Hockey Betting Podcast Brian Blessing and Cam Stewart briefly look at the All-Star Game, and they also discuss some special NHL props to consider for next week that relate to the NFL’s Super Bowl LIV on February 2, 2020. Brian and Cam also consider some teams that could be worth following for the second half of the NHL regular season and a few teams you might want to bet against. They also talk about the upcoming NHL trade deadline, and they consider some adjusted betting strategies for the remainder of regular season play. Listen to the latest edition of The Hockey Betting Podcast to get all of Brian and Cam’s picks.
2020 NHL All-Star Game
The Metropolitan Division plays the Atlantic Division on Saturday with the Atlantic a slight favourite with a total of 12, while the game between the Pacific Division and Central Division is a pick with a total of 12.5 Cam is looking at taking the Atlantic Division and he is also considering some props on the game, including Jack Eichel to win the fastest skater.
NHL-Super Bowl LIV Props
Brian and Cam take a look at some Super Bowl props on the Vegas Golden Knights in relation to Super Bowl LIV between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers, and they look at the props on the game between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Washington Capitals on Sunday, February 2nd in relation to the Chiefs and 49ers. Brian and Cam also consider a couple of props on the Montreal Canadiens.
NHL Team To Bet After The All-Star Break
Brian points out that the Sabres play a lot of home games in the next month and he expects Buffalo to go on a nice run. The Sabres need to make up some ground in the Eastern Conference, and they have a very favorable schedule over the next few weeks.
NHL Team To Fade After The All-Star Break
Brian points out that Vegas is over-priced on a regular basis, and he thinks the Golden Knights could struggle a bit after the break until head coach Pete DeBoer gets the players to adjust to his system. If Vegas selects a captain and makes a trade they could turn things around, but it might take some time.
NHL Betting Strategies For 2H Regular Season
Brian and Cam expect scoring to dip in the second half of the season, so playing more games to go under the total could be worth looking at.
Make sure to listen to The Hockey Betting Podcast to get all of the picks and insight from Brian and Cam.