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Friday, April 21, 2006

Free Picks of the Day - NHL Playoffs

NHL San Jose @ Nashville
Many believe the story of this series will be the absence of Preds goalie Tomas Vokoun. A more telling sign with be the parade (or lack of) to the penalty box in this series. The sharks come into the playoffs as one of the most disciplined teams while Nashville is on the polar end of that as they are the 3rd worst in the league for PIM. With that being said, defense wins cups and both clubs should play the opening game close to the vest and provide us with a low scoring affair. The sharks have gone under 6 of their last 9 overall and 5 of their last 6 on the road. Nashville meanwhile has gone under 16 of the last 23 overall. As a matchup, 4 of the last 5 meetings have gone under. 2-1 or 3-2 final tonight as we find value and cash in on the under in game 1.Play on: Under 6

NHL Playoffs - First Round
Anaheim Mighty Ducks @ Calgary Flames
Friday, April 21, 2006 (10:00 ET)
Current Total: 5 u15

These teams went UNDER in all three meaningful head-to-head meetings during the regular season, and playoff games are generally even tighter checking and lower scoring.Yes these teams went OVER in a 4-3 Ducks victory in the regular season finale, but that was nothing more than an exhibition game with both teams having their playoff positions sewn up. The previous three meetings averaged just a combined 4.0 goals, with none of those games exceeding five goals. We expect nothing differently tonight as Calgary is the best defensive team in the league. Thanks to the combination of a stiff Flames defense and the world class goaltending of Miikka Kiprusoff, Calgary allowed just 2.35 goals per game for the entire season. Moreover, that average dropped to a miniscule 1.71 goals per game at home, where Flames games averaged a combined 4.34 goals, by far the lowest combined home average in the NHL.Anaheim also played well defensively all year allowing 2.71 goals per game and the Ducks allowed slightly fewer goals on the road (2.66). The UNDER went 23-15, 60.5 percent in all Anaheim road games this season, as well as an incredible 28-10, 73.7 percent in Calgary home games, and we think these teams will be hard-pressed to exceed four goals combined tonight with so much at stake.

We recommend a play on DUCKS/FLAMES UNDER 5 -115.