NHL Projections for 2018-2019 Team By Team Over/Under
The gambling site Bodog released it’s over/under point projections for the NHL’s 31 teams in 2018-19, with Tampa Bay, Toronto, Winnipeg and Nashville expected to battle for the Presidents’ Trophy.
The bookies are betting on big things for Tampa Bay, Toronto, Winnipeg, and Nashville this season, not so much for Detroit, Ottawa, and Vancouver. The gambling site Bodog has released it’s over/under point projections for the NHL’s 31 teams in 2018-19, with the Lightning, Leafs, Jets, and Preds expected to battle for the Presidents’ Trophy.
The over/under point projections have been broken down by conference, with my best guess on whether each team will be OVER or UNDER their anticipated total….
Who will be the leading scorer in 2015? Alex or Sid?
LAS VEGAS — Four minutes to 2 a.m., down a few buttons on his pink button-down and high on a cocktail of athletic glory, Stella Artois, life itself and God-knows-what-other-liquids, Alex Ovechkin danced on the Hakkasan stage as confetti rained and lasers flashed, a few feet from both his friend Tiesto and the Stanley Cup, singing along to a pulsing, EDM version of The Outfield’s “Your Love.”
Well, what would you do in his shoes?
First, the Washington Capitals won the NHL championship Thursday night. And then, as their red-rocking fans were passing out in a fit of euphoria back East, they took full advantage of the location in which they claimed the franchise’s first Stanley Cup. They hit the club, prize in hand, and they partied.
READ & SEE how Ovechkin & the Capitals PARTIED in Sin City!!
Las Vegas’s new team will play for the Stanley Cup. It’s quite possibly the most surprising, unprecedented and confounding story in the history of the NHL
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By Ann Killion – April 16, 2018
Playoff hockey is as familiar a South Bay sight as a corporate bus full of people coding at 80 miles an hour.
But this April, the playoff hockey has a different look.
On Monday, the Sharks roared into SAP Center, with a series lead and a full head of steam, but without two stalwarts.
No Patrick Marleau, who was busy scoring goals in a playoff game in Toronto. No Joe Thornton, who is injured and unavailable. For the first time in 23 seasons, neither player was available for the playoffs.
Jan 31, 2017; San Jose, CA, USA; San Jose Sharks left wing Patrick Marleau (12) celebrates with center Joe Thornton (19) after scoring a goal against the Chicago Blackhawks in the second period at SAP Center at San Jose. Mandatory Credit: John Hefti-USA TODAY Sports
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Updated April 12, 2018 – 12:16 pm
When the Golden Knights unveiled the team’s uniform last year, it got mixed reviews.
“It. Is. Hideous,” The Washington Post wrote, summarizing reactions online.
But the Las Vegas team proved phenomenal on the ice, posting one of the best records in the NHL — and its merchandise sales have led the pack.
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Atlantic Division: Central Division:
- Tampa Bay Lightning 37-14 1. Nashville Predators 32-12
- Boston Bruins 33-11 2. Winnipeg Jets 32-13
Metropolitan Division: Pacific Division:
- Washington Capitals 31- 17 1. Las Vegas Golden Knights 35-14
- Pittsburgh Penguins 30-22 2. San Jose Sharks 28-17