KHL Betting Odds - Kontinental Hockey League | OddsJet

The KHL PO: the 2nd round preview

2nd round will start tomorrow, I will be posting my picks in NHL thread, but here I would like to give some futures and not just to place bets, but also to introduce you to the overall situation there.

Western Conference

CSKA Moscow - Dynamo Moscow Pick - 4:0 final score of the series @3.3
CSKA is clearly a favourite - not only in this matchup, but in the entire championship. The team has confidently dealt with the first round, beating Podolsk (4-0) np. CSKA is a team with steep offense and reliable defense, it's impossible to point out any significant flaws in their game. Look: CSKA finished the first series with goal difference of 16 to 4 (!) and no losses. Moreover, all of their wins were really clean - their PIM after the first round amounted 26 minutes (best result of all teams). In all four matches the starting goalie was Ilya Sorokin, his stats are 1.00 GAA, 94.7% SVPCT and 1 SO. Sure, it's worth mentioning their opponent was really weak, but at the same time I don't think CSKA went out of their way against Podolsk - otherwise Podolsk wouldn't have done anything at all. Dynamo, imo, is too dependant on Shipachyov and Kagarlitsky's performance. During the regular season they earned 68 and 61 pts respectively (3rd and 4th places in offensive leaders' race). Dynamo played a six match series with Jokerit which paid utter attention to this pair of players – Shipachyov got only 5 pts and Kagarlitsky got 6, but such close attention untied the hands of other Dynamo players, which is why Jokerit ultimately lost. I don't think CSKA will let such a thing happen. During the regular season these teams met twice (5:1 and 1:3, both in CSKA's favor) and I assume CSKA will dominate, if not stomp. Aside from that, Dynamo has suffered from an exhausting series against Jokerit and numerable flights to Finland and back. CSKA, in its turn, went to Podolsk, which is ~30 km away from Moscow - a travel not to be tired of. Dynamo played with two goalies during the series – Yeryomenko (3 wins in 4 starts, 1.51 GAA, 96.1% SVPCT, 1 SO) and Bocharov (1 win in 2 starts, 2.41 GAA, 93.8% SVPCT). The fact Bocharov was used twice as a starting goalie furthermore proves the team has tiredness issues in long series. I think CSKA should take advantage of the situation and take this series confidently. I don't assert that Dynamo won't find a way to cling, but 3.3 odds on 4:0 in this particular series is just too much value.
SKA St.Petersburg - Lokomotiv Yaroslavl Pick - Lokomotiv (+2.5) game handicap in the series @2.4
SKA looked awful in the first round, one of their matches was clearly carried by arbiters. I'm not sure of why they have these troubles, maybe it's due to their overtraining right before the playoffs. Their coach was counting on a free 4-0 and his team gaining momentum match after match, but Spartak gave SKA a tough fight ever since the first match, disrupting SKA's plans. SKA's players' individual skill is immense. Nikita Gusev is the best offensive leader of the regular season, and their goalkeeper Shestyorkin was simply godlike there. SKA's playoffs stats are sad though, I don't even want to go in detail here, but it is important to note that Hellberg (their 2nd goalie) won all 3 starts with 1.44 GAA and 92.3 SVPCT. Lokomotiv has the youngest roster in KHL and the team is looking good. Loko's stats after the 1st series doesn't tell much since Sochi has always been their nemesis. In the penultimate match their coach's decision of not letting 6 players of the backbone play at all was questionable (at the best) - it is likely he wanted to give them rest. I believe Loko can qualify here and I really want it, because I don't want to be betting on a match where arbiters can do whatever they want. So, this handicap and the odds are just perfect for me.
Eastern Conference
Barys Astana - Avangard Omsk Pick - Avangard (-1.5) game handicap in the series @1.64 Avangard dealt with the last year's Champion in the first round with unexpected confidence. Hartley did a good job and his team is showing some good NA hockey. The coach has lots of experience, even The Stanley Cup is among his trophies. He can build a formidable team out of nothing – in the last World Championship he led Latvia's national team to the PO (which was unexpected) and after just one year of work in Swiss he won their Championship. Avangard has a 19-6 goal difference after the first round and this is impressive – scoring this much against Bars (a team with good defense) is not easy. In all four matches the starting goalie was Igor Bobkov, his stats are 1.50 GAA, 93.8% SVPCT and 1 SO.
Barys is a team with excellent offense, even their defensemen do a lot in the offense, but because of it the team tends to do many silly mistakes in the defense. Barys has had a seven matches series and this is a big problem for sure. While Hartley was inspecting opponents and readying up for the next series and Avangard's players were having good rest, Barys' coach was trying to save the series and players were conducting incredibly hard matches while flying a lot in between. Barys' main goalie Henrik Karlsson started 6 times (was changed once) and won just thrice with 2.26 GAA and 91.2% SVPCT. Their backup goalie Dominik Hrachovina played twice, his stats are 2.65 GAA and 91.7% SVPCT. I think Barys can challenge Avangard only at home. The odds are not compelling, but I don’t see another good bet for this series.
Yekaterinburg - Salavat Ufa Skip
Before the PO start I wouldn’t imagine I will have doubts about the winner of this series. Salavat looked good in the first series, their offense and their defense performed well. Salavat finished the series with a final score of 4-2 and 16-9 goal difference. Their goalie Juha Metsola played in all six games with 1.29 GAA and 95.8% SVPCT. It is hard to tell anything special about Yekaterinburg, their opponent was weak and Yekaterinburg allowed themselves some genuinely retarded moves. Yes, Yekaterinburg won the series with a 4:0 final score, but goal difference is 13-6, which is not impressive at all, they could've scored a lot more and allowed a lot less. I think I will not pick anything here, I want to watch at least one match before drawing conclusions.
submitted by Ratmir999 to sportsbook [link] [comments]

The KHL playoffs preview

Get yourself ready for a huge post, degens.
Today the KHL (Russian hockey league) play-offs are starting. So I have decided to start sharing my picks since the last season was a huge success for me. Some might think that KHL is boring and slow, and I totally agree with that. There is truly little entertainment in watching every single match during the regular season. Personally, I like NHL matches more, even though I have to ruin my schedule to watch them since I live in Russia. In general, PO matches are different from regular matches - same applies to KHL. What’s more important - they are hell of a lot more predictable. I guess, everyone here will be glad to take a gulp of fresh air after NHL’s tough stretch (including myself).
I will be posting my picks with write-ups in NHL thread, but here I would like to give some futures and not just to place bets (because, in my opinion, futures are not that good for making money), but also to introduce you to the teams and the overall situation there.

Eastern Conference

1. Yekaterinburg (1st) – Tractor Chelyabinsk (8th) Pick – 4:0 final score of the series Odds – 3.55
Tractor is a huge mess, the team has been failing during the regular season and has made it to PO by a miracle. At times it would seem that they did everything in their power to lose their spot in the upper chart, but somehow still held it. Yekaterinburg, though, is one of the best teams in the league. Prior to the start of the season they were sponsored by a generous investor and now Yekaterinburg’s budget is simply huge compared to most other teams'. Yekaterinburg made some good transfers and all the new players have achieved the perfect chemistry. in the beginning of the season the team won 20 matches in a row and showed that their goal of reaching the Stanley Cup final is totally feasible. I do expect Yekaterinburg to go 4-0 against Tractor mercilessly.
2. Barys Astana (2nd) – Nizhniy Novgorod (7th) Pick – Barys to win series with (-1.5) match handicap Odds – 1.95
NN is that kind of team that makes it to PO purely because of its fervor. I don’t think they can stand a chance against Barys and 4:0 here is very likely. But bookies are giving us exciting odds for Barys (-1.5) in this series and this is exactly the kind of a future you would want to make. Barys is really strong in this season and I don’t see how NN can steal more than 2 games against them.
3. Metallurg Magnitogorsk (3rd) – Salavat Ufa (6th)
This one is really close. I wouldn't be too sure about any pick here. Total Over, though, isn't looking that bad, but the odds are questionable. Well, Over 6 is looking fine, 7 games are totally possible there.
4. Avangard Omsk (4th) – Bars Kazan (5th) Pick – Bars Kazan to qualify Odds – 1.9
Avangard entered the season as a completely new team. Their new coach Bob Hartley and new players (even from NHL) did their job well. But then something strange happened - the team started playing in an overly aggressive manner (their shots on goal count is exceedingly high), but to no avail. There is, of course, a chance that Hartley is in fact a godlike strategist and his team worsened performance on purpose - perhaps to spare stamina or to lull their opponents into false sense of safety (if someone is familiar with the methods he used in NHL, please do share in comments) - but tbh I don't see Avangard beating the current champion anytime soon. Kazan is a skillful and disciplined team, their playstyle is just perfect for PO games. After all, Kazan had won the Cup three times and this is the best result in KHL history. Their coach remains the same and his playstyle hasn't changed.

Western Conference

1. CSKA (1st) – Podolsk (8th)
This one is very simple, the main favorite of this season against the team that could easily lost their PO slot. I think Podolsk is no match to CSKA and I don’t think CSKA wants to play more games than necessary. Still, I don’t like a 4:0 final score for 2.00 odds, it’s just ridiculous and not worth it in my opinion. Still, this is probably the best pick for this series.
2. SKA St. Petersburg (2nd) – Sp. Moscow (7th)
This series is very hard to predict. SKA has some problems with their game, but it could be a result of their decision not to waste too much energy before PO. Regardless, Moscow now is in healthy shape and can put up a good fight here. Moreover, odds are really bad for a good pick. Skip for sure.
3. Lokomotiv Yaroslavl (3rd) – Sochi (6th)
Sochi is definitely a problematic matchup for Lokomotiv, Loko players admitted that many times during the season. The line is bad, I don’t see many compelling picks for this series, but (-2.5) games handicap at 2.08 odds does seem worth the shot. I really don’t see Sochi winning more than 1 game. Still, I suggest skipping this.
4. Jokerit (4th) – Dyn. Moscow (6th)
This is a tough series, as much as I like Jokerit I also am afraid of Dynamo. This team is ridiculous, I mean, there are just two players that are hard carrying Moscow – Dmitri Kagarlitsky and Vadim Shipachyov, these two guys are all there is to the team. At the start of the season this team had been losing a lot, and even after swapping their coach for a new one (Krikunov) their game remained subpar for a while. But in the end, Dynamo (i.e. Kagarlitsky and Shipachyov) started stomping. Jokerit is also good, I could tell you a lot about this team, but I see no point in doing it now. This series should in general be skipped, but I personally will make a really small bet on Jokerit to qualify (Odds – 1.77).
Well, that’s it for now. I don’t really want to bet on any of the 1st day matches, but on the 2nd we are definitely in. I will try to post my picks every day around 4 pm EST and the 1st one will be soon. This post is, say, a kind of greetings to you from me. BOL to everyone!
submitted by Ratmir999 to sportsbook [link] [comments]

NHL Daily - 11/19/17 (Sunday)

For NHL and world hockey. Hockey Chat: https://discord.gg/R6duheD
submitted by sbpotdbot to sportsbook [link] [comments]

Said no team would reach 8-0-0, Canadiens happened, will now place $20 bet on someone's parlay.

Hi, I'm Troy McClure, you might remember me from such stupid comments as "nobody will reach 8-0-0".
Anyway, it's time to pay up. A couple things first:
Ultimately, though, feel free to parlay whatever you want. Shit, it's your money. A standard 3-event parlay comes out to a little shy of 8:1 odds, which would make for a nice donation and something for /hockey to cheer for.
Upcoming NHL schedule: Oct-26 through Oct-29. Coincidentally, exactly 3 games today! Though, feel free to select from KHL/SHL/int'l... Basically, anything that Bovada is down with. Doesn't have to be hockey. I'd put the betting lines here (spread, moneyline, O/U), but Bovada is blocked from work. And that's probably for the best.
Finally, if the bettor needs some help on how to select, I - or any other sports better here - can help. So have at it! And please bet responsibly.
EDIT: The guy who snuffed me out has opted to forgo his rights; whoever is the highest voted parlay suggestion in the comments will be selected when I get to work tomorrow (in like 12 hours from this edit). I guess, to maintain relevance, bets on today's games (Monday, Oct-26) are off.
EDIT 2: beeblez it is! The odds come out to just slightly better than 3.5:1 (3.528:1, to be exact) as these events are arguably safer moneyline bets (they don't give 1:1 odds on a likely outcome; like the Packers vs the Lions, for example, would favor the Packers so betting on them winning would payout less than 1:1, etc.). So we're looking at $20 to win $70.59; which I think is for the best - it's exciting and more likely to make a donation! I'll write a post about it (with a pic of the bet stub) when I get home from work tonight (in like 12 hours). Let's go Canadiens/Stars/Red Wings (did I just say that? I wanna vomit)!
submitted by SharksFanAbroad to hockey [link] [comments]

A Very Late Half Season Prospect Report

Hi all.
Firstly apologies for the lateness of this write-up. I've been pretty busy with life and school so I could not make my original deadline for game 41. If you haven't seen my first prospect check-in you can find it here although it obviously out of date now.
I feel it is important to add as a disclaimer that obviously I am far from a professional scout, nor have I really seen any of these players in action outside of a few games here or there. This means that the basis of my analysis is points which obviously don't always paint the full picture for a player, but its all I have to go on.
Anyway without further ado, let's take a look at some prospects.

AHL

It has not been smooth sledding for the Comets, as the team has been more or less buried under a mountain of injuries. It seems like half the team at any given time is made up of players on tryout contracts. Despite this adversity, the Comets have managed to keep their heads above water, thanks in part to some excellent goaltending, and stellar play from the players still in the lineup. The Comets sit 4th in the Northern Division.
Guillaume Brisebois (D 66th overall 2015)
Height: 6’3 Weight: 190 Hometown: St. Hilaire, Quebec
Age: 20
GP G A Pts
40 1 6 7
It has been a pretty promising campaign for Guilamme Brisebois. The first year pro has added 5 more assists since our last check-in and leads the Comets in games played with 40. Brisebois has been thrown directly into the deep-end, partially out of necessity, and he's performed admirably given the circumstances.
Michael Carcone (RW undrafted, signed 2016)
Height: 5’10 Weight: 170 Hometown: Ajax, Ontario
Age: 21
GP G A Pts
35 9 7 16
After a sluggish start, Michael Carcone has really picked up the pace. He's added 8 goals and 6 assists since the last check-in. As one of the few healthy Comets through the wave of injury, Carcone's improved play is definitely a part of why the Comets have managed to hold a positive record despite their bad luck. Carcone has provided the Comets with some solid secondary scoring, and he's shown some good growth in his game.
Cole Cassels (C 85th overall 2013)
Height: 6’1 Weight: 180 Hometown: Dublin, Ohio
Age: 22
GP G A Pts
36 4 11 15
Are we finally seeing the emergence of Cole Cassels? At the time of the last write-up, Cassels had one solitary point, and I questioned whether he even had a future in the organization after this season. Since then, he's put up 4 goals and 10 assists in 28 games. The third-year pro has struggled to adapt to the American League after ending his junior career with a Memorial Cup win, but his 14 points are already a career best for Cassels. This hot streak is a long time coming for the Hartford native and it's really nice to see some signs of life at least from Cassels. If you remember the son of former Canuck Andrew Cassels missed the start of his season with an upper-body injury sustained during pre-season. I'm not getting my hopes too high yet for Cassels, but this improvement is an exciting development, to say the least.
Jalen Chatfield (D Undrafted, Signed 2017)
Height: 6’0 Weight: 188 Hometown: Ypsilanti, Michigan
Age: 21
GP G A Pts
39 0 5 5
Without access to any real advanced stats, it's very difficult for me to discuss a player like Chatfield, since he plays a very defensively sound game and doesn't make much noise in the offensive zone. The first year pro left the pre-season with much fan-fair after playing a stretch of very excellent games. If not for a very crowded blueline, I wouldn't have been surprised if Chatfield would have been given a few NHL games at the start of the season. He's still looking for his first pro-goal, but if the Comets official Twitter is to be believed, Chatfield has been starting on the top pairing along with veteran blue-liner Patrick Weircoch for the past while which obviously is a very good look for the young defender. Chatfield is an attractive option for the team going forward on the blueline, especially if Chris Tanev gets moved out of town since they play a very similar style of game. Overall a very promising start for the young Michiganian.
Thatcher Demko (G 36th overall 2014)
Height: 6’4 Weight: 195 Hometown: San Diego, California
Age: 21
GP W L OTL SV% GAA
28 16 7 3 0.929 2.28
If you ask me, Thatcher Demko has been the Canucks' prospect MVP this season, and yes I know Kole Lind and Elias Pettersson exist. The second-year pro has been the deciding factor in keeping the Comets afloat despite all their struggles. Demko's save percentage and goals-against average sparkle, especially when compared to his pipes partner Richard Bachman's rather ghastly 3.34 GAA and 3.34 SV%. Demko is top ten in SV% (4th), GAA (7th) and wins (5th) in the AHL, and it's just recently been announced that he, along with Reid Boucher, will be Utica's representatives at the AHL all-star game this coming Sunday and Monday. Utica is actually the host city of the game this year, so that should be extra fun for Demko to play in front of home fans. I think most people expected Demko to be good, being such a high rated goalie, but I'd bet that few expected him to be this good this early. Demko is developing at an extremely fast rate, and it is honestly not that far outside the realm of possibility that he ends up as Vancouver's starting goaltender by the end of next season. Everyone should be very exciting for this young man's future.
Nikolay Goldobin (RW/LW 27th overall 2014, Acquired 2017)
Height: 5’11 Weight: 185 Hometown: Moscow, Russia
Age: 21
With Utica:
GP G A Pts
22 7 18 25
With Vancouver:
GP G A Pts
14 2 2 4
Probably one of the most debated players in the Canucks or.nganization, the middle frame of the season certainly had its ups and downs for Goldobin. Not long after the last check-in, the injury bug hit Vancouver even worse, and Goldobin was called up. There were some good things and bad things that I saw during Goldy's 14 game stint in the NHL, which is a career high for him in terms of games played. The young Russian's talent is obvious, he's got great hands and clear offensive instincts. One needs to look no further for an example of Goldobin's offensive talents than his absolute beauty of a goal against the Kings, where he had Norris winner Drew Doughty searching for his jockstrap in the rafters after Goldobin walked him. That goal is going to be on end of season highlight reels across the country and was definitely the best moment of Goldobin's last NHL stint. There were definitely problems with Goldobin's stint as well. He still struggles defensively, he can tend to look invisible sometimes, and he certainly took a shift or two off here and there. Coach Green certainly didn't mince his words when he commented on Goldobin's poor practice habits early into his call-up. Speaking of, Travis clearly doesn't have a very long leash on Goldobin and he frequently found himself watching the game from the press box or riding the pine in the third period. While this is certainly frustrating for many fans, who see his tantalizing offensive game and want to see what he could do with a lot of ice time, in my opinion at least the tough love is good for Goldobin's game. Consistency has been Goldobin's biggest problem and he needs to learn to round out his game if he wants to be a full-time NHL player. Coming into the bye week with a lot of injured players returning to the lineup, Goldobin was sent back down to Utica, in order both to make room and to keep getting Goldobin ice time during the week-long break. I imagine that once some roster moves are made during the trade deadline period, Goldobin will find himself back up with the big club, but in the meantime, he needs to keep working at his game in Utica. Since returning to the Comets, Goldobin has factored in 4 of the 5 games he's played, so clearly, he's got a fire under him.
Joe Labate (LW 101st overall 2014)
Height: 6’5 Weight: 205 Hometown: Eagan, Minnesota
Age: 24
GP G A Pts
31 6 5 11
It's been an up and down season for Joe Labate. The oldest Canucks draft pick left in the system, at age 24, Labate probably is what he is at this point. What Joe Labate is, in my mind at least is a big bodied, gritty forward, who will probably, unfortunately, remain an AHL/NHL tweener. Labate suffered an injury much like seemingly everyone else on the Comets earlier in the season. Labate's 6 goals tie him with his goal total from last season in a few fewer games, and he is on pace to pass his last season's point totals, although he only played about half the season due to his extended stay with the Canucks. Labate's biggest attribute, however, is his, well... bigness. Labate leads the Comets in penalty minutes by quite a considerable margin, and he's clearly using his physicality and size to his advantage. I don't know what the future holds for Labate, his age is quickly fazing him out of the "prospect" classification, but due to his size and toughness, he might be a decent piece to hold onto as a depth player.
Yan-Pavel LaPlante (LW 62nd overall 2013, signed 2016)
Height: 6’0 Weight: 183 Hometown: Chateauguay, Quebec
Age: 22
GP G A Pts
5 0 1 1
Things have gone from bad to worse for Laplante, as he actually has not played a single game since our last check-in. According to this tweet by Comets play by play voice Andy Zilch, Laplante has suffered an upper-body injury and is out for an indefinite amount of time. Laplante has one more year under contract with the Canucks after this one, hopefully, it will one where he can actually play.
Zack MacEwen (C Undrafted, Signed 2017)
Height: 6’4 Weight: 202 Hometown: Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Age: 21
GP G A Pts
37 4 16 20
While Demko may be my MVP, Zack MacEwan gets my vote for the biggest surprise of the season. The hulking centre from PEI was a big question mark heading into the season, having just been signed along with Jalen Chatfield as an overger out of the Q. So far though, MacEwan has been one of the Comets best players, and as one of the Comets few healthy players during the injury-pocolypse that was the month of December, he played a major role in keeping the team in the hunt. Due to the injuries, MacEwan found himself playing a pivotal role on the team, anchoring the first line. MacEwan has been on the first line since late December with a revolving door of linemates, although with Michael Chaput returning to the Comets, I imagine MacEwan will be bumped down to the second line. MacEwan could actually have a few more goals than he currently does as well, he's fourth on the team in shots on goal, and is shooting currently at a very low 6.1 percent, meaning that if his shooting percentage averaged out, you'd see a few more goals from MacEwan at least. All in all, a very impressive showing from the rookie, who's quickly proving the naysayers wrong.
Evan McEneny (D Undrafted, Signed 2014)
Height: 6’2 Weight: 201 Hometown: Hamilton, Ontario
Age: 23
GP G A Pts
11 2 5 7
It's a tough time for Evan McEneny right now as just one season removed from his break-out year he's suffered a knee injury that will keep him on the sidelines for five months. This means that his season is effectively over. The Ontarian has one more year left on his contract, so hope is not lost for the young defender. This is now the second season that McEneny will likely lose to injury as his 2011-12 season with Kitchener lasted just two games before injuring this very same knee. Some bad luck for sure.
Griffen Molino (C Undrafted, Signed 2017)
Height: 6’0 Weight: 185 Hometown: Trenton, Michigan
Age: 23
GP G A Pts
25 2 3 5
Yet another Comet affected by injury, Molino has just recently gotten back from a lower-body injury after missing a few weeks. The speedy winger has not really factored on the point sheet too much picking up a goal and 3 assists since our last check-in. Molino has never been a very prolific scorer even back in college, so his somewhat poor counting stats aren't super surprising. Molino is one of the few Comets prospects with NHL experience, so even though he is a first-year AHL player his experience with the Canucks last season will likely help him. Thanks to his 5 game audition last season, Molino's only got this year left on his contract, although he will still be an RFA. I don't think Molino's overall ceiling is that high, however, it's never a bad thing to have a player with his kind of speed in the organization, especially in the new speed orientated NHL.
Ashton Sautner (D Undrafted, signed 2015)
Height: 6’0 Weight: 195 Hometown: Flaxdale, Saskatchewan
Age: 23
GP G A Pts
36 2 8 10
Now in his third AHL season, Ashton Sautner is on pace for his best statistical season. The defender was actually once a fairly decent scorer in the WHL with Edmonton, although you'd never know it by looking at his AHL numbers so far. Sautner was one of the many Comets to go down with an injury in December, but I believe he is back now, although it can be hard to figure out since the Comets don't tweet anything outside of their starting lineup. It's always good to see an improvement from a player, hopefully, Sautner can keep it up.

ECHL

There aren't many prospects on the Canucks' ECHL affiliate, just the two defenders. In Kalamazoo's first season back affiliated with the Canucks after only one year away, the team is doing okay. They are above 500 and currently sit fourth in the central division.
Anton Cederholm (D 145th overall 2013)
Height 6’2 Weight: 210 Hometown: Helsingborg, Sweden
Age: 22
AHL:
GP G A Pts
12 0 0 0
ECHL:
GP G A Pts
11 1 2 3
Due to the mountain of injuries with Utica, Cederholm made his AHL debut in November. The big Swede went pointless in his 12 games, and was reassigned back down to Kalamazoo on the 19th. Cederholm has never been anything close to an offensive defenseman, and scouts have wondered if his footspeed is good enough for today's game. I keep the tone of these write-ups mostly positive, since I like any good fan want all of our prospects to succeed but after so much time since being drafted with such little real successes, I have to wonder if Cederholm doesn't just pack it up and go back to home to Europe after this season ends. He has previously played in the SHL last season after being loaned there by the team.
Mackenze Stewart (D 186th overall 2014)
Height: 6’4 Weight: 215 Hometown: Calgary, Alberta
Age: 22
AHL
GP G A Pts
2 0 0 0
ECHL
GP G A Pts
26 3 6 9
Perhaps one of the most unique prospects in the Canucks system, the seventh round pick has intrigued and confused Canucks fans since his draft day. I say this both because of his incredibly unlikely personal journey to being drafted, and because despite his very low numbers and perceived little upside he was given an ELC. Indeed Mackenze Stewart, who's name's lack of an I confuses even further, has a very scrutinzed figure in Canucks prospect watchers. For those who are unaware of Stewart's story, he was deaf until getting a life-altering surgery to restore his hearing later on in his childhood. Because of his impairment, Stewart didn't begin playing organized hockey until the age of 12, much later than almost anyone who has made it as far as he had. In that way, the fact that Mackenze Stewart is a professional hockey player at all is nothing short of remarkable and a great example of what perseverance and hard work can do. Stewart's story gets even more intriguing when you consider that his last season's point totals were a career high for him, not just for the ECHL but for as long as his statistics have been recorded. This means that Stewart recorded more points his first season in the ECHL last year than he ever did throughout his entire junior career. Not only that, but Stewart is on pace to beat his last season's point totals. This is a very interesting trend, throughout his career Stewart continued on a slow but steady path of improvement. The Calgarian is still a very long shot from ever suiting up for an NHL game, but his continued progression is very fascinating to see. If Stewart does continue to defy the odds and somehow makes it, I think he'll be one of the greatest stories in recent memory.

CHL

Matt Brassard (D 188th overall 2017)
Height: 6’2 Weight: 197 Hometown: Barrie, Ontario
Age: 19
Playing with: Oshawa Generals (OHL)
GP G A Pts
45 11 19 30
Matt Brassard is having a pretty good season. The seventh rounder from this most recent draft is on pace to pass his last season point total. The Barrie native has been extremely solid for the Generals, leading the team in defensive scoring and being second in plus/minus. Brassard's 30 points are actually good for 11th in scoring among defensemen in the OHL. So far its been a very optimistic start for Brassard, especially for a seventh round pick. Since Brassard will be 20 by the end of the year, he will be eligible for the Comets next season should the Canucks want to sign him
Cole Candella (D 140th overall 2016)
Height: 6’1 Weight: 196 Hometown: Mississauga, Ontario
Age: 19
Playing with: Sudbury Wolves (OHL)
GP G A Pts
46 3 23 26
After an injury shortened draft season, and an adismal draft +1 year, Candella was a struggling prospect coming into this season. In the offseason he found himself dealt from the Hamiliton Bulldogs to the Sudbury Wolves, which was predictied to be a better team before the season began. It seems that the Wolves have been a pretty good fit for the Mississauga native, he's already put up a career high in points this season, despite the fact that his team is one of the worst in the OHL. Nice to see some improvement from the 19 year old.
Michael DiPietro (G 64th overall 2017)
Height: 6’0 Weight: 200 Hometown: Amherst, Ontario
Age: 18
Playing with: Windsor Spitfires (OHL)
GP W L OTL SV% GAA
36 21 12 1 0.920 2.59
Michael DiPietro is following up a storybook season with an even better season. The Spitfires starter has put up his best save percentage so far, and is almost certainly going to surpass his number of games won this season as well. DiPietro's absurdly good 9.20 save percentage is tied for first among goalies who have played in at least 20 games and his goals-against average is also good for third in the OHL. The reigning Memorial cup winners have lost a lot of the talent from last season so they are not likely to be as competitive, as Windsor currently sits fourth in the West Division. This actually more impressive for DiPietro as he has less support from the team in front of him. Most assumed that DiPietro would be one of the goalies for Team Canada at the World Juniors, although unfortunately he was cut. Luckily, DiPietro is still eligible for the team next year, and he is much more likely to make the team now that Carter Hart, who played spectacularly for Canada will no longer be eligible.
Jonah Gadjovich (LW 55th overall 2017)
Height: 6’2 Weight: 209 Hometown: Whitby, Ontario
Age: 19
Playing with: Owen Sound Attack (OHL)
OHL:
GP G A Pts
22 15 11 26
Canada (WJC):
GP G A Pts
7 2 1 3
It's been a very good season for Gadjovich. He's been signed to his first NHL contract, got to represent his country, and continued to play very well for Owen Sound. The big winger has missed quite a few games, first with an injury early in the season, then due to the World Juniors, and now because of an illness. Because of these missed games, it's unlikely that he will catch his lofty point totals from last season, but with how many milestones Gadjovich has achieved this year, I'm sure it doesn't bother him too much. As I mentioned before, Gadjovich got the chance to wear the red and white this winter, he was the only Canucks draft pick that made the team out of the three that were invited. He played a mostly defensive role for Canada, although he did manage to put up three points and help bring the gold back home to Canada. With Jonah being signed to an ELC, don't be surprised to see him in the AHL as soon as next season.
Kole Lind (C/RW 33rd overall 2017)
Height: 6’1 Weight: 178 Hometown: Shaunavon, Saskatchewan
Age: 19
Playing with: Kelowna Rockets (WHL)
GP G A Pts
38 24 42 66
Kole Lind is having a monster season, although if you're reading this you're probably well aware as Lind has been the 1talk of the Canucks corner of the internet. The Saskatchewan native is currently tied for 10th in league scoring and is riding a 16 game point streak. Not surprisingly Lind leads the Rockets, who are also first in the BC division in scoring. Lind's point totals would likely be even higher if not for a bought of mono he faced earlier in the season. Lind was a hopeful for Team Canada, but unfortunately, he was cut from the team. While surely disappointing for Lind, the cut just seemed to piss him off. Lind play picked up considerably since being cut, in fact, he scored a hat trick his first game back since training camp. That's the kind of push back you want to see.
Brett McKenzie (C 194th overall 2016)
Height: 6’1 Weight: 194 Hometown: Vars, Ontario
Age: 20
Playing with: Owen Sound Attack (OHL)
With North Bay (OHL)
GP G A Pts
31 9 14 23
With Owen Sound (OHL):
GP G A Pts
9 2 3 5
A runner-up for the OHL MVP award, some were assuming that McKenzie would be playing in Utica this season so it was a bit of a surprise when the centre was sent back to the OHL. This season has been a regression for McKenzie, after scoring at a point per game pace last season for North Bay. McKenzie was recently traded from the struggling North Bay to Owen Sound, and he was for a time at least playing on a line with fellow Canucks prospect Jonah Gadjovich as well as with Vegas first-rounder Nick Suzuki. It's a bit disappointing to see that McKenzie has been regressing, especially considering he's in his last year of junior when most players have their statistically best years.
Jakob Stukel (LW 154th overall 2016)
Height: 6’0 Weight: 192 Hometown: Surrey, British Columbia
Age: 20
Playing with: Calgary Hitmen (WHL)
GP G A Pts
47 22 15 37
It's been an average season so far for Jakob Stukel. The Surrey native is seemingly a very streaky scorer, although he has been trending downwards pointwise since his draft year, which obviously isn't a promising sign. Calgary is not a very good team this season, currently sitting third last in the league. One good thing for Stukel is that he is leading his team in scoring, meaning that both of our prospects in the WHL are leading their respective teams in scoring.

USA

Adam Gaudette (C 149th overall 2014)
Height: 6’1 Weight: 182 Hometown: Braintree, Massachusetts
Age: 20
Playing with: Northeastern University (NCAA)
GP G A Pts
24 17 19 36
There have been a lot of prospects to get excitied about this season, and it's lead Adam Gaudette to maybe take a step out of the spotlight in the minds of the collective Nucks fans consciousness. While Pettersson, Lind, and Demko's performances have left us floating on a cloud of optimism never felt in this city before, Gaudette has still continued to do his thing. The Massachusetts native has shot up the depth chart since being drafted in the 5th round back in 2015. Now in his third collegiate season, he's been one of the best players in the NCAA. Gaudette leads both his team Northeastern, and the entire NCAA in scoring and is currently a candidate and presumably is going to be a finalist for the Hobey Baker award for the best colligate player. Gaudette was a strong consideration for USA hockey to play on the Olympic team in South Korea although he ultimately was not chosen. With Gaudette now in his third year, the team really needs to try to sign the centre now, to avoid the possibility that he could depart the organization through free agency after his fourth season.Of course, nothing is official until the ink is dry, but Gaudette's recent comments on TSN 1040 should put any major fears of Gaudette leaving to bed as Gaudette repeatedly mentions his desire to play for the team that drafted him, and even went so far as to say that he would be open to signing a contract this season. Meaning that we could see Adam in a Canucks jersey before the end of the season.
William Lockwood (RW 64th overall 2015)
Height: 5’11 Weight: 172 Hometown: Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
Age: 19
Playing with: University of Michigan (NCAA)
GP G A Pts
16 4 7 11
USA (WJC)
GP G A Pts
3 0 0 0
It was a great start to the season for Will Lockwood, he was leading his university in scoring, and then he was selected to the US world junior team. He was getting some attention at the tournament as well, until in the outdoor game against Canada Lockwood went down hard and looked to be hurt. Lockwood wouldn't play again in the tournament, and then was diagnosed with a seperated shoulder shortly after the tournament ended. He had previously injured his shoulder and thus couldn't play during the Young Stars tournament. This is a tough blow for Lockwood, who was performing quite well this season. His shoulder injury is expected to end his season.
Jack Rathbone (D 95th overall 2017)
Height: 5’10 Weight: 177 Hometown: West Roxbury, Massachusetts
Age: 18
Playing with: Dexter School (USHS)
GP G A Pts
0 0 0 0
Cape Cod Whalers U18 (MHSL)
GP G A Pts
8 4 0 4
Rathbone's high school season has yet to begin, so he's returned to his midget team. Rathbone's situation does confuse me a little bit. He's decided to stay at home one more year in part to remain close to his little brother with autism, and thus I guess his high school team has allowed him to play for them again, despite the fact that I'm almost certain he's no longer in high school. 4 goals in 8 games is alright, he's playing major midget which is probably the lowest calibre of the leagues that all the Canucks prospects are in. Rathbone will be attending Harvard next season, so that will give us a much better picture of the kind of player that he is.

Europe

Rodrigo Abols (C 184th overall 2016)
Height: 6’5 Weight: 192 lbs Hometown: Riga, Latvia
Age: 22
Playing with BIK Karlskoga (Allsvenskan)
GP G A Pts
7 2 3 5
with Orebro HK (SHL)
GP G A Pts
26 0 0 0
After 26 games of being a non-factor for Orebro, Abols was reassigned down to the Allsvenskan. He's faired quite a bit better down there than he was up in Orebro. He's tied a career high in points in a men's league with 5, although the last time he played in a men's league it was for Dynamo Riga in the KHL, so the calibre was probably a bit higher. Abols, who was a standout at Canucks training camp three years ago has certainly struggled to adapt to the pro game, after coming over from the QMJHL. The Latvian currently plays on the worst team in the Allsvenskan.
Jonathan Dahlen (C 42nd overall 2016, Acquired 2017)
Height: 5’11 Weight: 176 Hometown: Ostersund, Sweden
Age: 20
Playing with Timra IK (Allsvenskan)
GP G A Pts
31 20 17 37
We go from the worst team in the Allsvenskan to the best as Jonathan Dahlen's Timra IK is dominating Sweden's second tier and is looking likely to be promoted back to the SHL next season. The person spearheading this domination has been Dahlen, who despite missing seven games due to mono leads his team scoring by a fair margin. Dahlen was reportley given multiple offers to sign with SHL teams but he's chosen to remain in Timra. It's more than understandible why he would chose to do this, as he surely wants to see how far this team can go. The former Senators draft pick was traded to Vancouver for Alex Burrows and has been a very solid player in his native Sweden. Look for Dahlen to make his North American debut next season.
Kristoffer Gunnarsson (D 135th overall 2017)
Height: 6’1 Weight: 205 Hometown: Boras, Sweden
Age: 20
Playing with: Frolunda HC (SHL)
GP G A Pts
38 0 0 0
If you came expecting points this entry and Kristoffer Gunnarsson are not for you. His career professional points total in 2, which he recorded last season in the Allsvenskan. Despite his total lack of offense, the big bodied Swede is clearly doing something right as he 's managed to stick with Frolunda without being sent down, something he's struggled to do at other points in his career. Gunnarsson is far away from the spotlight in Frolunda as he shares the blueline with likely 1st overall pick (and possible future Canuck) Rasmus Dahlin.
Lukas Jasek (RW 174th overall 2015)
Height: 6’00 Weight: 165 Hometown: Trinec, Czech Republic
Age: 20
Playing with: HC Liberec Bili Tygri (Czech)
GP G A Pts
38 7 9 16
With HC Benatky nad Jizerou (Czech 2)
GP G A Pts
4 1 3 4
Lukas Jasek has just kept on chugging. The Czech forward did have a bit of a slip, and was sent down to the Czech second league, but has since been called back up to his top league team. According to key Canucks prospect watcher Ryan Biech, Jasek has looked like a completely different player this season, much more improved. Jasek was one of Canucks Army and other advanced stat sites favourite prospects so it is interesting to see that he is slowly improving. Jasek could still very much be a hidden gem.
Olli Juolevi (D 5th overall 2016)
Height: 6’2 Weight: 182 Hometown: Helsinki, Finland
Age: 19
Playing with TPS Turku (Liiga)
GP G A Pts
25 6 11 17
With Finland (WJC)
GP G A Pts
5 1 3 4
After a difficult start to the season, the 2016 5th overall pick has made big strides in his first year playing against men. Juolevi is currently third in defensive scoring for TPS, and thanks to his late start as well as the World Juniors has played some 20 games less than some of his teammates. The rookie is currently being coached by former Canuck Sami Salo, who recently appeared on Vancouver radio and was optimistic about Juolevi's progress this season. As mentioned, Juolevi also represented Finland at the World Juniors in Buffalo where he finished (hehe) tied for third in scoring and looked good alongside Finland's very stacked blueline. The World Junior tournament has been a Jekyll and Hyde situation for Juolevi, in his first tournament he played incredibly well, and his performance helped to raise his draft stock. In his second tournament, he served as the captain for Finland, however both he and his country had an absolutely disastrous tourney, finishing at the bottom of their division and having to play to avoid being relegated to the second tier. After that national embarrassment, Juolevi came into this year's tournament with mixed expectations, he'd been stripped of the captaincy and didn't even wear a letter for Finland, which is disappointing but not surprising as surely the Finnish team wanted to distance themselves from their last performance. From what I saw of Juolevi, he didn't play as well as his first tournament, nor as poorly as his second. I think this performance is more indicative of Juolevi as a player. He looked confident and poised, he was steady in his own end and was effective on the breakout. While there were a few glairing defensive errors, all in all I thought he was one of Finland's better players. Juolevi was in consideration to make Finland's Olympic team as well, although he was ultimately not selected.
Petrus Palmu (RW 181st 2017)
Height: 5’6 Weight: 179 Hometown: Joensuu, Finland
Age: 20
Playing with: TPS Turku (Liiga)
GP G A Pts
44 11 13 24
Petrus Palmu is having a pretty decent season, especially as a rookie. As I mentioned, Salo recently discussed both Juolevi and Palmu on the radio, and while he did have some good things to say about Palmu, he also mentioned that he needs to work on consistency. Palmu is top 5 in scoring in the Liiga and is seventh in scoring on TPS. So all in all, really not a bad season thus far for the Finn.
Elias Pettersson (C 5th overall 2017)
Height: 6’2 Weight 161 Hometown: Ange, Sweden
Age: 19
Playing with: Vaxjo Lakers (SHL)
GP G A Pts
31 13 25 38
With Sweden (WJC)
GP G A Pts
7 5 2 7
There isn't much I can possibly say about Elias Pettersson that hasn't already been said. Petterssson has been one of the most discussed topic in the collective Canucks zeitgeist. The Swedish centre has absolutely tore up the Swedish league, and he's scoring at a historic pace for a rookie. Before the World Juniors, Pettersson was actually leading the SHL in scoring, but obviously since he's missed so many games because of the tournament he's no longer leading the league. He's still however fifth in scoring despite missing some games. Pettersson also plays for an incredibly stacked team, as Vaxjo is first place in the SHL with a considerable 16 point lead over the second place team. Pettersson also looked incredible for Sweden at the World Juniors. Playing on the top line with Rangers prospect Lias Andersson and Buffalo prospect Alex Nylander, the three of them pulled team Sweden all the way to the Gold medal game where they ended up losing in a heartbreaker to a last minute goal by team Canada. That top line lead the way in scoring, and all three finished with 7 points in 7 games, which lead the team. Like Gaudette and Juolevi, Pettersson was considered but not selected for the Olympics. Couldn't ask for a better season so far from the 2017 5th overall pick, and it's going to be very exciting to see what the future holds for this young man.
Nikita Tryamkin (D 66th Overall 2014)
Height: 6’7 Weight: 265 Hometown: Yekaterinburg, Russia
Age: 23
Playing with: Yekaterinburg Avtomobilist (KHL)
GP G A Pts
49 9 16 25
In his first season back home after leaving the Canucks, Nikita Tryamkin has been having an amazing season. The mammoth Russian defender left many fans heartbroken after he decided to return to his native Yekaterinburg instead of re-signing in Vancouver. Tryamkin has found a new level to his game, exploding offensively like he never has before. He leads his club in defensive scoring and also wears the A for the team. Funny enough, one of the things that Vancouver was criticized for was trying to make Tryamkin a meaner more physical player and that was pointed to as a reason why he left, however he leads his team in penalty minutes by a massive margin, already having over 100 PIM. In fact, he leads the entire KHL in penalty minutes. This is an aspect of his game that has never been there before, and it must be a little frustrating for management to see that he has seemingly found his meanness after being so critical of the team for trying to make him this type of player. Tryamkin played in the KHL all-star game and was a consideration for the Russian err excuse me.... Neutral Athlete from Russia Olympic team but was not selected. Now you may be thinking, well randomj77 this is great for Tryamkin but what does it have to do with the Canucks outside of making me feel sad? Well, hope is apparently not all lost as Tryamkin's agent and KHL manager has stated that he would possibly have an interest in returning to Vancouver someday. Additionally many perceptive fans have noticed that Tryamkin does keep tabs on the Canucks on Instragram, and will like a post or two occasionally. It's far from a sure thing, but I along with many fans hold hope that our big Russian baby will return to us someday.
Dmitry Zhukenov (C 114th overall 2015)
Height: 6’00 Weight: 178 Hometown: Omsk, Russia
Age: 20
Playing with: Omsky Yasterby (MHL)
GP G A Pts
17 4 12 16
With Avangard Omsk (KHL)
GP G A Pts
10 1 0 1
Since being sent down, Dmitry Zhukenov has been an extremely effective offensive player. The Omsk native was a QMJHL star last season but opted to return home rather than remain in North America. He struggled to find his footing with Avangard but since being sent down to the MHL (the Russian AHL) he has gone nearly a PPG. It's good to see that Zhukenov has been able to perform at a professional level, although only time will tell if the team will be able to convince him to come to North America.
Hope you enjoy my write-up, it took a little longer than expected to finish, but hey hopefully it provides a bit of extra Canucks content during the lull of the All-star break. Please note that I wrote this over multiple days so I think the AHL stats are already 2 games old, but I didn't want to wait any longer to post. I believe all other stats are up to date as of 4:30 PST on January 26th.
Thank you so much for reading if you made it this far!
submitted by randomj77 to canucks [link] [comments]

The KHL playoffs preview

Get yourself ready for a huge post, degens.
Tomorrow the KHL (Russian hockey league) play-offs are starting. So I have decided to start sharing my picks since the last season was a huge success for me. Some might think that KHL is boring and slow, and I totally agree with that. There is truly little entertainment in watching every single match during the regular season. Personally, I like NHL matches more, even though I have to ruin my schedule to watch them since I live in Russia. In general, PO matches are different from regular matches - same applies to KHL. What’s more important - they are hell of a lot more predictable. I guess, everyone here will be glad to take a gulp of fresh air after NHL’s tough stretch (including myself).
I will be posting my picks with write-ups in NHL thread, but here I would like to give some futures and not just to place bets (because, in my opinion, futures are not that good for making money), but also to introduce you to the teams and the overall situation there.

Eastern Conference

1. Yekaterinburg (1st) – Tractor Chelyabinsk (8th) Pick – 4:0 final score of the series Odds – 3.55
Tractor is a huge mess, the team has been failing during the regular season and has made it to PO by a miracle. At times it would seem that they did everything in their power to lose their spot in the upper chart, but somehow still held it. Yekaterinburg, though, is one of the best teams in the league. Prior to the start of the season they were sponsored by a generous investor and now Yekaterinburg’s budget is simply huge compared to most other teams'. Yekaterinburg made some good transfers and all the new players have achieved the perfect chemistry. in the beginning of the season the team won 20 matches in a row and showed that their goal of reaching the Stanley Cup final is totally feasible. I do expect Yekaterinburg to go 4-0 against Tractor mercilessly.
2. Barys Astana (2nd) – Nizhniy Novgorod (7th) Pick – Barys to win series with (-1.5) match handicap Odds – 1.95
NN is that kind of team that makes it to PO purely because of its fervor. I don’t think they can stand a chance against Barys and 4:0 here is very likely. But bookies are giving us exciting odds for Barys (-1.5) in this series and this is exactly the kind of a future you would want to make. Barys is really strong in this season and I don’t see how NN can steal more than 2 games against them.

3. Metallurg Magnitogorsk (3) – Salavat Ufa (6)
This one is really close. I wouldn't be too sure about any pick here. Total Over, though, isn't looking that bad, but the odds are questionable. Well, Over 6 is looking fine, 7 games are totally possible there.
4. Avangard Omsk (4) – Bars Kazan (5) Pick – Bars Kazan to qualify Odds – 1.9
Avangard entered the season as a completely new team. Their new coach Bob Hartley and new players (even from NHL) did their job well. But then something strange happened - the team started playing in an overly aggressive manner (their shots on goal count is exceedingly high), but to no avail. There is, of course, a chance that Hartley is in fact a godlike strategist and his team worsened performance on purpose - perhaps to spare stamina or to lull their opponents into false sense of safety (if someone is familiar with the methods he used in NHL, please do share in comments) - but tbh I don't see Avangard beating the current champion anytime soon. Kazan is a skillful and disciplined team, their playstyle is just perfect for PO games. After all, Kazan had won the Cup three times and this is the best result in KHL history. Their coach remains the same and his playstyle hasn't changed.

Western Conference

1. CSKA (1) – Podolsk (8)
This one is very simple, the main favorite of this season against the team that could easily lost their PO slot. I think Podolsk is no match to CSKA and I don’t think CSKA wants to play more games than necessary. Still, I don’t like a 4:0 final score for 2.00 odds, it’s just ridiculous and not worth it in my opinion. Still, this is probably the best pick for this series.
2. SKA St. Petersburg (2) – Sp. Moscow (7)
This series is very hard to predict. SKA has some problems with their game, but it could be a result of their decision not to waste too much energy before PO. Regardless, Moscow now is in healthy shape and can put up a good fight here. Moreover, odds are really bad for a good pick. Skip for sure.
3. Lokomotiv Yaroslavl – Sochi
Sochi is definitely a problematic matchup for Lokomotiv, Loko players admitted that many times during the season. The line is bad, I don’t see many compelling picks for this series, but (-2.5) games handicap at 2.08 odds does seem worth the shot. I really don’t see Sochi winning more than 1 game. Still, I suggest skipping this.
4. Jokerit (4) – Dyn. Moscow (6)
This is a tough series, as much as I like Jokerit I also am afraid of Dynamo. This team is ridiculous, I mean, there are just two players that are hard carrying Moscow – Dmitri Kagarlitsky and Vadim Shipachyov, these two guys are all there is to the team. At the start of the season this team had been losing a lot, and even after swapping their coach for a new one (Krikunov) their game remained subpar for a while. But in the end, Dynamo (i.e. Kagarlitsky and Shipachyov) started stomping. Jokerit is also good, I could tell you a lot about this team, but I see no point in doing it now. This series should in general be skipped, but I personally will make a really small bet on Jokerit to qualify (Odds – 1.77).

Well, that’s it for now. I don’t really want to bet on any of the 1st day matches, but on the 2nd we are definitely in. I will try to post my picks every day around 4 pm EST and the 1st one will be soon. This post is, say, a kind of greetings to you from me. BOL to everyone!
submitted by Ratmir999 to u/Ratmir999 [link] [comments]

Pick of the Day - 12/29/15 (Tuesday)

────────
RULES
• No picks that are favored by more than -200 or underdogs by more than +200. • Single bets only - No parlay or teaser bets. Prop bets are fine. • Please include what sport you are talking about and the start time in your pick. • Voting for each pick ends when the game/match/etc starts. • Please do not vote for a pick after its start time, this will help us accurately gauge which picks had the most votes at the end of the day • Only the Pick of the Day counts for the streak, not the Top 3 Picks • The pick with most points at the end of the day (8 pm EST) is our pick of the day. • For ROI we will be risking 1u for +odds bets and playing to win 1u on -odds bets. • PotD ROI is just for the Pick of the Day, Overall ROI is for all the picks (top 3).
────────
Record as of September 1st:
PotD: 67-46-5
2nd: 55-49-2
3rd: 36-47-5
────────
Streak:
LWWLW
────────
PotD ROI: +13.60u
Overall ROI: -6.17u
────────
Picks for 12/29/15:
PotD: NCAAF - North Carolina -3 (-110) LOSS
2nd: Russian KHL - CSKA Moscow / HC Barys Astana over 4.5 (-125) WIN
3rd: Euroleague Baskstball - Olympiacos / Barcelona under 150 (-125) WIN
submitted by sbpotdbot to sportsbook [link] [comments]

Pick of the Day - 1/13/16 (Wednesday)

────────
RULES
• No picks that are favored by more than -200 or underdogs by more than +200. • Single bets only - No parlay or teaser bets. Prop bets are fine. • Please include what sport you are talking about and the start time in your pick. • Voting for each pick ends when the game/match/etc starts. • Please do not vote for a pick after its start time, this will help us accurately gauge which picks had the most votes at the end of the day • Only the Pick of the Day counts for the streak, not the Top 3 Picks • The pick with most points at the end of the day (8 pm EST) is our pick of the day. • For ROI we will be risking 1u for +odds bets and playing to win 1u on -odds bets. • PotD ROI is just for the Pick of the Day, Overall ROI is for all the picks (top 3).
────────
Record as of September 1, 2015:
PotD: 74-53-5
2nd: 63-55-2
3rd: 43-51-5
────────
Streak:
WWLWW
────────
PotD ROI: +12.23u
Overall ROI: -2.61u
────────
Picks for 1/13/16:
PotD: EPL - Arsenal PK (-125) PUSH
2nd: NBA - Indiana Pacers +2 (-110) LOSS
3rd: Russian KHL - Avangard +0.5 (-110) WIN
submitted by sbpotdbot to sportsbook [link] [comments]

Pick of the Day - 3/18/16 (Friday)

────────
RULES
• No picks that are favored by more than -200 (1.50 or 1 to 2) or underdogs by more than +200 (3.00 or 2 to 1). • Single bets only - No parlay or teaser bets. Prop bets are fine. • Please include what sport/league you are talking about as well as the START TIME AND ODDS in your pick. • Voting for each pick ends when the game/match/etc starts. • Please DO NOT VOTE FOR A PICK AFTER ITS START TIME, this will help us accurately gauge which picks had the most votes at the end of the day • Only the Pick of the Day counts for the streak, not the Top 3 Picks • The pick with most points at the end of the day (aprox. 8 pm EST) is our pick of the day. • For ROI we will be risking 1u for +odds bets, and playing to win 1u on -odds bets. • PotD ROI is just for the Pick of the Day, Overall ROI is for all the picks (top 3).
────────
Record as of September 1, 2015:
PotD: 111-79-8
2nd: 97-83-3
3rd: 78-71-9
────────
Streak (most recent listed on the right):
WWWWL
────────
PotD ROI: +22.37u
Overall ROI: +19.13u
────────
Picks for 3/18/16:
PotD: Australian NRL - Parramatta Eels +4.5 (-110) WIN
2nd: Russian KHL - Salvaet Ufa in regulation (-159) LOSS
3rd: T20 World Cup Cricket - New Zealand ML (+135) WIN
submitted by sbpotdbot to sportsbook [link] [comments]

Pick of the Day - 1/11/16 (Monday)

────────
RULES
• No picks that are favored by more than -200 or underdogs by more than +200. • Single bets only - No parlay or teaser bets. Prop bets are fine. • Please include what sport you are talking about and the start time in your pick. • Voting for each pick ends when the game/match/etc starts. • Please do not vote for a pick after its start time, this will help us accurately gauge which picks had the most votes at the end of the day • Only the Pick of the Day counts for the streak, not the Top 3 Picks • The pick with most points at the end of the day (8 pm EST) is our pick of the day. • For ROI we will be risking 1u for +odds bets and playing to win 1u on -odds bets. • PotD ROI is just for the Pick of the Day, Overall ROI is for all the picks (top 3).
────────
Record as of September 1, 2015:
PotD: 72-53-5
2nd: 62-54-2
3rd: 42-50-5
────────
Streak:
LWWLW
────────
PotD ROI: +10.18u
Overall ROI: -3.88u
────────
Picks for 1/11/16:
PotD: NCAAF - Alabama / Clemson over 49.5 (-110) WIN
2nd: Russian MHL - Mamonty Yugry -1 (-120) WIN
3rd: Russian KHL - CSKA Moscow -0.5 (-178) LOSS
submitted by sbpotdbot to sportsbook [link] [comments]

Pick of the Day - 3/16/16 (Wednesday)

────────
RULES
• No picks that are favored by more than -200 (1.50 or 1 to 2) or underdogs by more than +200 (3.00 or 2 to 1). • Single bets only - No parlay or teaser bets. Prop bets are fine. • Please include what sport/league you are talking about as well as the START TIME AND ODDS in your pick. • Voting for each pick ends when the game/match/etc starts. • Please DO NOT VOTE FOR A PICK AFTER ITS START TIME, this will help us accurately gauge which picks had the most votes at the end of the day • Only the Pick of the Day counts for the streak, not the Top 3 Picks • The pick with most points at the end of the day (aprox. 8 pm EST) is our pick of the day. • For ROI we will be risking 1u for +odds bets, and playing to win 1u on -odds bets. • PotD ROI is just for the Pick of the Day, Overall ROI is for all the picks (top 3).
────────
Record as of September 1, 2015:
PotD: 110-78-8
2nd: 96-82-3
3rd: 78-70-9
────────
Streak (most recent listed on the right):
LWWWW
────────
PotD ROI: +22.47u
Overall ROI: +20.09u
────────
Picks for 3/16/16
PotD: Russian KHL - Metallurg Magnitogorsk ML (-122) WIN
2nd: UEFA Champions League - Bayern Munich over 2 goals (+125) WIN
3rd: NHL - Jets / Flames over 5.5 (EV) LOSS
submitted by sbpotdbot to sportsbook [link] [comments]

Weekly Roundup | Random Chat | Notifications

News roundup for the previous week.
In International news
  1. Ice cream gift from Vladimir Putin to Xi Jinping warms ties between Russia, China at G20 summit
  2. French stage anti-racism protest after Chinese man's death
  3. China’s Advance in Latin America: Geostrategic Implications for Europe, the US, and the Region Itself
  4. G20 ‘staircase snub’ for Obama was United States’ decision, reveals Chinese official
  5. Asia's Most Innovative Universities (China has 22 among top 75, the most of any country, India has only 2.)
  6. Yao's pivot from China to U.S. became center's biggest move: Eight-time All-Star became a gracious global ambassador of game
  7. To become a global leader, China must first be ready to do some heavy lifting
  8. Thousands rally in Paris to protest crime targeting Chinese | At least 13,000 people attended a rally in Paris on Sunday to protest against what they say is a crime wave targeting the Chinese community in France, police said, after a Chinese textile designer died after being mugged last month
  9. Russia Supports China’s Stance on South China Sea
  10. Chinese Tourists Targeted by Upcoming Las Vegas Casinos: “The Chinese do quite enjoy a very Chinese experience,” Fitch Ratings gambling analyst Alex Bumazhny stated. “They do gravitate toward Asian amenities.”
  11. Made in China G20 and its geoeconomic significance
  12. China’s Sports Diplomacy in Africa: Who Gets What?
  13. Chinese Red Star scores 6 goals to win in first KHL home game: The KHL’s first Chinese team is formed by a mix of Russian, European and North American skaters, and only includes five Chinese players at the moment. The team was set up as a vehicle to promote and popularize ice-hockey
  14. Canada joins Alibaba's new online hub in bid to access Chinese market: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Alibaba founder Jack Ma announced the launch of a Canadian "pavilion" on the Tmall platform
  15. China, Turkey pledge to deepen counter-terrorism cooperation
  16. Russia, China Building Yuan-Based Alliance Against Dollar: According to Andrei Ivanov, head of the trade financing department at Sberbank CIB, shifting to national currencies should be considered in the perspective of Silk Road integration plans
  17. Saudi Arabia ‘ready’ to meet China energy demand: “The Kingdom is ready to fulfil the rising energy demand in China in the coming decades,” the SPA quoted Energy Minister Khalid Al Falih as stating
  18. Turkey, China sign energy, nuclear security agreements at G20
  19. Giant panda no longer endangered - WWF: The giant panda's population grew by 17 percent in the decade leading up to 2014, announced the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
  20. Kyrgyzstan says Uighur militant groups behind attack on China's embassy
  21. China's metro tech takes Iran onto faster track - Business
  22. Australia’s growing fear of Chinese business is drenched in hypocrisy
  23. PH, China eye intensified trade, financial ties: Specifically, the Philippine and Chinese governments would like to “revitalize” cooperation in five key areas: agricultural trade; bilateral financial cooperation through currency swap; customs; project financing; and tourism
  24. UAE, China trade to hit $80b in two years: The UAE is one of China's top trading markets in the Middle East and is a strategically important trading hub in terms of imports, exports and re-exports. UAE's open visa policy for China has indeed been a huge boost to the business and trade
  25. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull insists Australia's friction with China is modest, despite being given "disproporionate attention". Mr Turnbull insists Australia has an independent foreign policy and does not have to choose between China and the US, amid growing tensions between the two super powers
  26. The broad relationship between Singapore and China is in "working shape", with bilateral cooperation progressing on many fronts including a new government-led project in Chongqing, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong
  27. Taiwan Tourism Companies plan massive protest on 9/12 (mainland tourism to Taiwan declined 55% overall, "Free"/No-Guide tourists from mainland declined 16%)
  28. Jack Ma: I'm not worried about anti-China sentiment on US campaign trail, people will come to their senses after the election. (lol)
  29. Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday that Britain and China were enjoying a 'golden era' and the strategic partnership would not be derailed by her decision on whether to back a part-Chinese funded power station at Hinkley Point
  30. India, China plan military drill on terror
  31. Yao Ming, the 'emperor' of Houston and Chinese basketball
  32. Obama's Pivot to Asia Fails to Deter China
  33. Russia and China Taunt NATO with Show of Friendship in the South China Sea
  34. Indonesia leans toward China: China, Indonesia’s top trading partner, is seen as a friendly counterpart with strong innovation in its digital economy, especially in e-commerce and financial technology, said Indonesia Chamber of Commerce and Industry vice chairwoman for international relations
  35. China claimed seven gold medals to top the standings after the first day of competition at the Rio Paralympics
  36. Careless Consumption: Developed Countries Responsible for Worsening Pollution in East Asia ''Although global pollution is largely generated in developing countries, it is foreign demand that drives much of the goods production and associated pollution.''
  37. China’s military arrive in Syria to help Russia!
  38. China has bought back to the country one-third of those on its top 100 list of most-wanted corruption suspects who have fled overseas. Over the past 2 years, since setting up a team to chase graft suspects across the globe, returned 1,915 people from more than 70 countries along with $1.12 billion
  39. China, the US, and Europe have pledged their support for a new deal to cut down carbon dioxide emissions by airlines, which is due to be finalized at a meeting of the U.N.'s International Civil Aviation Organisation in September and slated to go into effect from 2021
In Domestic news
  1. China wary after record voter turnout for crucial Hong Kong election
  2. Hong Kong election: Youth protest leaders win LegCo seats - BBC News
  3. 60 per cent of Chinese women control family finances: Report
  4. China blames "dark shadow of the Stars and Stripes" for Hong Kong independence push
  5. China warns Hong Kong democracy activists after election - BBC News
  6. China Opens First Space Travel Theme Park, Hopes to Take Tourists to Near Outer Space
  7. Liu Yang, 38, hailed as the first Chinese woman in space, became one of the three new part-time vice-presidents of the All-China Women's Federation. Liu credited its efforts in promoting women's development as a major reason why the country began to enroll female astronauts
  8. China is making "big stride" in quality education: UNESCO chief
  9. Luxury clubs closed in China amid graft crackdown
  10. China Pushes Ahead with Independent Committees to Select Top Court Officials
  11. How one man is saving China's endangered bees
  12. Should Genetically Modified Foods Be Legalized? A crop of genetically modified corn found in western China has brought the controversial topic of genetically modified foods back into the national conversation
In SciTech news
  1. Science-led economies: China is focusing on collaborative centres that tap into the success of it's basic research labs and spin out their findings into practical technologies (S8)
  2. Nvidia partners with Baidu to build a self-driving car AI
  3. China Pushes Coding for Kids in Effort to Tackle Innovation Gap
  4. Is China the world's new scientific superpower? - Technology & Science
  5. Revival of Aging Ukrainian Aircraft AN-225 May Serve Chinese Space Program: AN-225 is currently the biggest aircraft in the world, with a takeoff mass amounting to 640 tons and a working load of 250 tons
  6. China: High-tech transformation. Chinese researchers are benefiting as the government looks to science to lead the economic transition to become a world-leader in the production of high-value technology
  7. Chinese scientists convert sand into soil with new method
  8. Huawei talks up cloud ambition, rides IoT elevators with Schindler: Chinese networking equipment vendor outlines future cloud deployments it says are necessary to facilitate enterprise transformation and inks new partnership to build "smart" elevators
  9. Terminator-like liquid metal machine now can 'jump' and 'run': new discoveries on liquid metal made by a joint team of scientists from CAS and Tsinghua University that were published in global academic journals this year
  10. JD's first-ever self-driving delivery vehicle to hit roads soon: The company formed a partnership with robot maker Siasun earlier this year to automate its logistic network and to develop delivery drones and driverless vehicles
  11. Lowering the cost and environmental footprint of white LEDs: Kuang-Lieh Lu, Yang-Fang Chen and colleagues developed more cost-effective and environmentally friendly white LEDs using graphene and a strontium-based, metal-organic framework (MOF) that does not include rare-earth elements
  12. China's homegrown AI sector takes off: China looks to build a native artificial intelligence industry reaching 100 billion yuan ($14.9 billion) by 2018, with over 100 such firms materializing so far
  13. China's Quantum Science Satellite is operating well in orbit after testing and will begin its experiments this month, according to the project's lead scientist Pan Jianwei
  14. The Chinese Academy of Sciences unveiled 60 new science and technology projects to accomplish in the next 5 years. The areas cover organ repair and reconstruction, water pollution control, research on Moon samples, a low-frequency radio telescope and a ground application system for the Mars mission
  15. China successfully develops quantum radar system
  16. First gravitational waves form after 10 million years: Technology Islamabad, the University of Heidelberg and the Chinese Academy of Sciences has now calculated this for the first time using an extensive simulation
  17. Nobel Winner Says China Should Not Build Particle Collider: ChenNing Yang called costs a bottomless pit, comparing to US project that cost $3b then scrapped. Wang Yifang believes collider will attract overseas talent, cultivate young scientists at home, and be a leap for China in high-energy science
  18. Nano-lipid particles from edible ginger could improve drug delivery for colon cancer: according to a study by researchers at the Institute for Biomedical Sciences at Georgia State University...and Southwest University in China
  19. Chinese scientists are developing a family of high altitude airships that can help with Earth observation, maritime monitoring and communication signal relays
  20. China betting on advanced robots. According to the International Federation of Robotics, Chinese are creating an “industrial internet” which gathers information and uses it across manufacturing networks. Their robots are connected systems with advanced sensors, sophisticated software and actuators
  21. China Plans To Build A Deep-Sea ‘Space Station’ In South China Sea: If the plans go ahead, the station would be located 3000 metres below the surface, inhabited by humans, and would be used to hunt for minerals. There are also concerns that it would be used for military purposes
  22. The new breed of cutting-edge catalysts Advances in catalyst research could create a superhighway to clean energy sources and more-sustainable chemical industry. Chinese Academy of Sciences Can Li has used platinum and cobalt oxide nanoparticles to create a catalyst for splitting water with sunlight
  23. Sugar transforms a traditional Chinese medicine into a cruise missile: tests of triptolide in human cells and mice are vastly improved by the chemical attachment of glucose to the triptolide molecule. Preferentially seeks out cancer cells
  24. More Chinese contestants active in robot competition- China.org.cn
  25. China Accomplishes Five Petawatt Laser Pulse Output
In Economic news
  1. China Holds Three High Cards In Hand To Gain Bigger Say In Global Economy At G20 Summit: "Beijing is betting on its key role in a new multilateral bank and in an alternative currency, as well as its pull with the rest of the developing world"
  2. Four Considerations on the Chinese Economy
  3. China Box Office: Growth Returns in August After Prolonged Downturn
  4. Microsoft to sell off MSN China
  5. China Is About to Get Serious With Bad Debt
  6. China's banks had provided a total of 7.26 trillion yuan ($1.09 trillion) in "green credit" by the end of June this year, part of its efforts to steer its economy onto a more environmentally friendly course
  7. Taiwanese travel firms feel the pinch with fewer Chinese tourists
  8. China's Export Machine Is Grabbing More of the Global Market - China’s global export share climbed to 14.6, the highest proportion of exports ever in IMF data going back to 1980, "All the talk we have heard over the last few years about China losing its global competitive advantage is nonsense"
  9. Russian, Chinese Investment Funds Set Up Joint Fund Worth $500Mln: the joint fund will invest in agriculture, transport, retail and tourism projects
  10. Jim Rogers on Oil, Gold and Why China Is a Buy
  11. Behind China’s E-Commerce Success Story: Economists agree that consumption is the most stable component in GDP composition as compared to investments and exports. More significant is the sheer size of the retail market, with e-commerce in China estimated to reach USD 899.09 billion in 2016
  12. ‘Created’ in China: Shenzhen is making hardware like Silicon Valley makes apps
  13. Charting China’s rise to trading superpower
  14. Fast Food Giants Unload Their China Units Amid Increased Competition
  15. The Man Who Incubated Drone Giant DJI Wants China To Fly High On Tech: Prof. Li Zexiang of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology has funded a number of student-led projects, including electric boat engine maker ePropulsion and robotics start-up Quotient Kinematics Machine
  16. China's Reform of SOEs May Look a Little Odd to the West: Goldman
  17. China's evolving trade picture, in charts: China now accounts for more than 12 percent of world exports, more than any other single country in the world, according to the IMF. Domestic value added has grown sharply, and especially so in "knowledge intensive" production
  18. In North Korea, China's Xiaomi gets the people's pulses racing
  19. Cashing In On Low Prices, China's Oil Imports Surge: reports indicate that reserves may now be reaching full capacity
In Military news
  1. War with China: Thinking Through the Unthinkable (August 2016 RAND Study on War between China and United States)
  2. PLA Navy eyes China’s deep-sea underwater glider after successful test shows it rivals US vessel: Chinese military’s interest piqued after Haiyi-7000 makes it 5,751 metres down world’s deepest ocean trench
  3. China's Air Force Apparently Receives First L-15 Jet Trainer
  4. China Holds Military Drill with "Local Fishermen": A joint operations system involving the navy, coastguard, and local fishermen has been fine-tuned in recent years through joint drills,” a PLA Navy media outlet said
  5. China says developing new type of long-range bomber
  6. China’s Surface-to-Air Defense Missiles Get Major Upgrade
  7. China: Military deployment along Indian border non-aggressive
  8. Picture: PLZ-05 below firing the ERFB-BBBRA. Rocket Assisted Norinco 155mm projectile has a range of 53KM. It can be GPS guided and with a maximum rate of fire of up to eight rounds a minute
  9. The People's Liberation Army has equipped all of its ground force aviation units with advanced WZ-10 combat helicopters
  10. The US, China, and Anti-Satellite Weapons: Skewed Perceptions, pre-emptive attack on satellites as asymmetric warfare China could use. China’s military dependence on satellites may be greater than US. Perhaps why some US officials argue the US should refuse limits on use of anti-satellite weapons
Other Notables
  1. Obama urges Beijing to avoid flexing its muscles in South China Sea (lmao @ the comments. "oh but it's RT", same thing on CNN actually)
  2. How Modern Cleanses Are an Ancient Taoist Tradition: ‘Bigu,’ a method where people purge their bodies of harmful toxins through fasting, has been practiced by the Chinese for over 2,000 years
  3. Meanwhile in China: Over 100 excavators dismantle overpass bridge
  4. Is rural China safe for living?
  5. The Heat— China Peacekeeping 09/01/2016
  6. Sinophobia, the last acceptable racism
  7. A young construction worker has shot to fame on the internet after videos of him performing death-defying acrobatics on construction site equipment wowed Chinese netizens
  8. G20 in China: Performance and fireworks on 1st day of summit
  9. English-language books on China's Rise?
  10. Italy-China movie cooperation dominates talks in Venice: Current status and future chances of filmmaking collaboration between the two countries were widely addressed at special event "Focus on China" promoted by Italy's National Association of Cinematographic Audiovisual Multimedia Industries
  11. Chinese soldier is hailed as the 'prettiest bodyguard' after being spotted at G20 summit
  12. British Pub Claims Its Ghost Was Stolen, Demands Chinese Artist Return It. Lu Pingyuan said the ghost agreed to be captured for an art exhibition (lol)
  13. Answer on Quora Regarding Chinese Technologies
  14. Exhibition on "ever victorious" Chinese general opens in U.S.: Sun Li-jen, known as Jungle Fox or Rommel of the East during World War II
  15. Shariah With Chinese Characteristics: A Scholar Looks at the Muslim Hui
  16. A 24-year-old graduate from a rural village in central China's Henan Province posted her calligraphy works online recently in an attempt to raise money for her badly-injured mother who is recovering from a traffic accident
  17. A Chinese dad who runs a factory used his resources and nearly $70,000 to build a 13-foot-tall working mecha robot suit for his son
  18. Higher Brothers - Black Cab (Official Music Video) | China
  19. unified moral code of China
  20. How did the Ottoman Empire successfully fight against Western powers when the Qing Empire failed, despite both having inferior technology?
  21. Treasures of the Tang trail - The influence of ancient China on Kyoto and Nara is now attracting more Chinese visitors keen to glimpse their own past
  22. 100 more state-of-the-art 4D cinemas coming to China: 4D cinemas provide audiences with a 360-degree immersive viewing experiences and seats that can simulate scents, rumbles, wind, water and other sensory phenomenon, as well as having full motion capabilities
  23. The History of China (Youtube series)
  24. WWE Signs Seven Chinese Recruits Ahead of Shanghai Live Event
submitted by AutoModerator to Sino [link] [comments]

Blockbet.net - New Online Bitcoin Sportsbook

Hi guys,
I'd like to let you know about our new Bitcoin sports betting site, www.blockbet.net. At the moment we have NBA, NFL, NHL (soon), KHL games and European football leagues. Formula 1 racing and international competitions will be featured as well.
We don't ask our customers to register, and we're not interested in holding on to their bitcoins. You make an anonymous bet using the easy to understand form, pay your bet to the provided address, and if your bet wins you get paid directly to your (or any) Bitcoin wallet. I believe that our betting odds are quite fair in comparison to many other sportsbooks around the Internet and competition can only be good for the industry.
I know there's a lot of suspicion towards new Bitcoin businesses, so feel free to start betting at 0.001 BTC to see how it works and never bet any more than you can afford to. I hope you take a moment to have a look around the site, and we would definitely love to hear your feedback through the Contact Us form or here at reddit.
There are a lot of Americans here, if you are not familiar with the decimals odds that we use, you just multiply your bet with your odds to get your possible winnings, like 3 BTC * 2.10 = 6.30 BTC. You should also note that we always list the home team first, this is so that we have a universal system that applies to all games on the site.
Give it a try and let us know what you think!
-Paul www.blockbet.net
submitted by blockbetnet to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Pick of the Day - 9/9/15 (Wednesday)

────────
RULES
• No picks that are favored by more than -200 or underdogs by more than +200. • Single bets only - No parlay or teaser bets. Prop bets are fine. • Please include what sport you are talking about and the start time in your pick. • Voting for each pick ends when the game/match/etc starts. • Please do not vote for a pick after its start time, this will help us accurately gauge which picks had the most votes at the end of the day • Only the Pick of the Day counts for the streak, not the Top 3 Picks • The pick with most points at the end of the day (8 pm EST) is our pick of the day. • For ROI we will be risking 1u for +odds bets and playing to win 1u on -odds bets. • PotD ROI is just for the Pick of the Day, Overall ROI is for all the picks (top 3).
────────
Record as of September 1st:
PotD: 5-3-0
2nd: 3-4-0
3rd: 2-1-0
────────
Streak:
LWWWL
────────
PotD ROI: +1.26u
Overall ROI: -0.1u
────────
Picks for 9/9/15:
PotD: US Open ATP - Federer -2.5 (-143) WIN
2nd: MLB - Red Sox ML (+105) WIN
3rd: KHL - CSKA / Ufa over 4.5 (-110) WIN
submitted by sbpotdbot to sportsbook [link] [comments]

Astana vs Bratislava live. .stream Watch. NHL hockey Flyers Panthers online.

Barys Astana v Slovan Bratislava KHL Live Stream
5 hours ago ... If you are looking for a Slovan v Barys Free live streaming link? Then you are at a place of your destinatin. You can watch a live online stream of ...
23 hours ago ... Ice Hockeyjetzt live Sibir Novosibirsk Region - HC Slovan Bratislava. Ice Hockey jetzt .... VIDEOS IN HD QUALITÄTGenieße LIVE-Streams und Videos ... Sports: Beach Volleyball Season:2014 League:FIVB World Tour Round: ... Barys Astana - Slovan Bratislava live score - SofaScore.com
You can watch Barys Astana vs. Slovan Bratislava live stream online if you are registered member of Bet365, the leading online betting company that has ... Barys Astana Live Stream | Live 2 Sport – Watch Live Sports Events
Content tagged with Barys Astana Live Stream. ... 8, Slovan Bratislava, 23, 9, 2, 1, 11, 60:61, 32 ... Barys Astana vs KHL Medveščak Zagreb, Nov 05, 2014. Barys Astana vs HC Slovan Bratislava
brings to you live sports on your PC for free. Live football ... Match Details. Barys Astana. kz Barys Astana. vs. HC Slovan Bratislava. sk HC Slovan ... Sorry, streams will only appear 1 hour before the start of the match. There are 2 ... - Športové online prenosy naživo
‎ Futbal online tv, Hokej online tv, Tenis tv, KHL live stream prenosy, ... FUTBAL UEFA 21:00 Sledujte zápas v priamom prenose zadarmo ONLINE STREAM. Play ▷ · Európska liga: Sparta Praha – Slovan Bratislava (LIVE PRENOS) 2.
Barys Astana - Slovan Bratislava at Nov, 7th 2014 betting odds: Currently we compare 36 ... League, 07.11.2014 14:00, Bookmark and Share. Barys Astana, vs. Slovan Bratislava .... livestream available x.xx Højeste odds x.xx valueodd spacer ... Live Video Stream of Barys Astana vs Slovan Bratislava in ICE ...
Live video stream of Barys Astana vs Slovan Bratislava in ICE HOCKEY is available for free only at BET365.In order to enjoy these live stream you need to have ... Slovan Bratislava vs Barys Astana Online
Slovan Bratislava vs Barys Astana Online. ... khl online stream SLOVAN KHL LIVE nhl online stream .... Zaregistruj sa v Tipsporte a získaš bonus až 100 € ... Блог "creating a sports blog". Live streaming Barys - Slovan tv watch ...
This page provides you with the links to see the live webcast of Barys Astana vs Slovan Bratislava game. Our site provides you with more ...
submitted by GUTIERREZELLIS007 to jostumoduneben [link] [comments]

NHL LIVE STREAMING cOVERAGE Bratislava vs Astana 7TH NOVEMBER 2014

Barys Astana v Slovan Bratislava KHL Live Stream
5 hours ago ... If you are looking for a Slovan v Barys Free live streaming link? Then you are at a place of your destinatin. You can watch a live online stream of ...
23 hours ago ... Ice Hockeyjetzt live Sibir Novosibirsk Region - HC Slovan Bratislava. Ice Hockey jetzt .... VIDEOS IN HD QUALITÄTGenieße LIVE-Streams und Videos ... Sports: Beach Volleyball Season:2014 League:FIVB World Tour Round: ... Barys Astana - Slovan Bratislava live score - SofaScore.com
You can watch Barys Astana vs. Slovan Bratislava live stream online if you are registered member of Bet365, the leading online betting company that has ... Barys Astana Live Stream | Live 2 Sport – Watch Live Sports Events
Content tagged with Barys Astana Live Stream. ... 8, Slovan Bratislava, 23, 9, 2, 1, 11, 60:61, 32 ... Barys Astana vs KHL Medveščak Zagreb, Nov 05, 2014. Barys Astana vs HC Slovan Bratislava
brings to you live sports on your PC for free. Live football ... Match Details. Barys Astana. kz Barys Astana. vs. HC Slovan Bratislava. sk HC Slovan ... Sorry, streams will only appear 1 hour before the start of the match. There are 2 ... - Športové online prenosy naživo
‎ Futbal online tv, Hokej online tv, Tenis tv, KHL live stream prenosy, ... FUTBAL UEFA 21:00 Sledujte zápas v priamom prenose zadarmo ONLINE STREAM. Play ▷ · Európska liga: Sparta Praha – Slovan Bratislava (LIVE PRENOS) 2.
Barys Astana - Slovan Bratislava at Nov, 7th 2014 betting odds: Currently we compare 36 ... League, 07.11.2014 14:00, Bookmark and Share. Barys Astana, vs. Slovan Bratislava .... livestream available x.xx Højeste odds x.xx valueodd spacer ... Live Video Stream of Barys Astana vs Slovan Bratislava in ICE ...
submitted by GUTIERREZELLIS007 to jostumoduneben [link] [comments]

Loshak and The Bag  Monday Betting Tips, Predictions & Odds Report  September 17th BET Daily Show #274:Calcio (Germania,Grecia,Israele,Armenia), Basket BBL, Table Tennis + 3 FREE PICK comment bien parier sur le nombre de buts au hockey sur glace ( methode over under hockey ) NFL Week 3 Detroit Lions @ Green Bay Packers Odds explained for US presidential election Hillary Clinton vs Donald Trump

Bet now on 2020 Kontinental Hockey League games while waiting for the return NHL, betting odds courtesy of TopBet online sportsbook. KHL Odds explained. Money Line. When you are betting on the Money Line, you are betting on the team you think will win a given KHL game, including overtime and shootout results. There is no handicap. Favourites and underdogs are determined solely by the odds pricing. Puck Line. For the KHL, the Puck Line is the most popular type of handicap Kontinental Hockey League betting odds 2020 and Ice Hockey World Championship odds The Kontinental Hockey League is the best professional hockey league in Europe. OddsJet compares KHL odds from several reputable online sportsbooks that serve Canada and offer CAD accounts. This allows OddsJet to display the best KHL odds for every game on the schedule for Money Line, Puck Line, Totals and 3-Way 60-Minute betting markets, which helps Canadians to maximize their potential returns. KHL page help: Odds Portal lists all upcoming KHL hockey matches played in Russia. "B's" column indicates number of bookmakers offering KHL betting odds on a specific hockey match. Columns 1, X and 2 serve for average/biggest KHL betting odds offered on home team to win, draw and away team to win the KHL match.

[index] [19925] [10245] [23248] [2981] [50389] [11293] [39308] [33292] [47579] [28645]

Loshak and The Bag Monday Betting Tips, Predictions & Odds Report September 17th

Happy Hour Tip-Off - College Basketball Picks, Odds and Predictions for Thursday, December 19 - Duration: 37:49. WagerTalk TV: Sports Picks and Betting Tips 1,657 views New Popular content related to CC Sabathia & Home run. Football Betting Daily: The Audible NFL Week 2 Late Week Betting Picks & Odds Update - Duration: 1:23:09. SBR Sports Picks 2,595 views. ... KHL Wants SKA To Win - Duration: 8:48. Vediamo insieme il programma di scommesse sportive di giovedì 4 giugno 2020. Oggi non c'è tanto Calcio ma si continua a giocare in Portogallo con 3 partite di Primeira Liga. In serata ci ... Vediamo insieme il programma di scommesse sportive di lunedì 8 giugno 2020. Non c'è molto Calcio questo lunedì anche se si gioca in Germania (Bundesliga 2), ...