June 19th, 2020 | The Hockey Betting Podcast
On the latest episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast, Brian Blessing and Cam Stewart assess the latest NHL news which will include the announcement of the Hub Cities on Monday. Cam cries “It’s time to get back to reality!” The puck drops on Dr. Anthony Fauci and his latest proclamation on football – and the gloves drop from there! The guys have a spirited debate on how to get things reopened and going. After that is a focus on Vegas buffets and the NHL re-opening – all seasoned and sautéed with more than a few laughs, plus a free pick for the Belmont Stakes!
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NHL “Hub City” Announcement Finally Coming
Las Vegas has the inside track for being one of the hub cities with Toronto having a good shot as well. Which teams go where is a major question to deal with. The Vegas Golden Knights and Toronto Maple Leafs could have potential advantages if they play in their home cities – even with a supposed quarantined environment. The guys give a deep dive on the possibilities and implications.
Dark Horse Bets on 2020 Stanley Cup Winner
Also discussed are potential dark horse bets once play resumes. Get the list of teams that Brian and Cam believe could surprise once the puck drops. Underdogs could be the rule rather than the exception.
Sore Tailbones, Strong Niagara River Currents, Buffalo Sabres
Meanwhile, from the head of the Niagara River, the sad saga of Brian’s Buffalo Sabres has plenty of blame to pass around. The Pegula Pair is an easy target – but a deeper dive is required, and the guys go in tailbone-first. Listen now to this episode of The Hockey Betting Podcast for a riveting NHL discussion.
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