March 27th, 2020 | The Hockey Betting Podcast
On the latest episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast, Brian Blessing and Cam Stewart take a look at the Central Division with complete NHL season-to-date report cards and hard-hitting analysis. The guys also discuss their hope that the NHL will resume play based on a plan from the NBA.
And, as if they didn’t already horse around enough on the show, Brian and Cam discuss thoroughbred horse racing picks for this weekend’s Florida Derby.
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NBA Leads The Way For NHL To Complete Stanley Cup Playoffs
The guys begin with a great idea on how to get the NHL going again. It comes from the NBA, which has rented out hotel rooms and facilities to play games without fans at various locations around the clock in Las Vegas. Why not hockey? Listen to today’s episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast for a riveting discussion and the reasons it could work now.
Central Division Report Cards Arrive With Big Stanley Cup Pick Inside
Brian and Cam name the Central Division the “best student” of the NHL season so far, starting with the Blues. The Avalanche, Stars, Jets, Predators, Wild, and Blackhawks also face the teachers’ red pens and rulers. The guys hold nothing back and pack a powerful punch where needed.
Listen now to The Hockey Betting Podcast for in-depth analysis on each Central Division club, which includes a powerful pick on a team from the Central to win the 2020 Stanley Cup.
Speaking of picks, get some thoroughbred horse racing picks from Brian and Cam for tomorrow’s Florida Derby on today’s episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast.
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