The NHL All-Star break has arrived, and it serves as a good time to evaluate the top 16 teams in hockey with our latest NHL Power Rankings.
The NHL's annual trade deadline is just around the corner, and some of the league's top players could experience a change of scenery soon, if the rumors are to be believed. We’ll assess five potential trade targets and will predict where they may land.
We’re entering the NHL All-Star break, which gives us an opportunity to look at the league's three best and worst Over/Under teams, beginning with Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals.
The final evening of NHL action before the All-Star break features an interconference battle between the Winnipeg Jets and Columbus Blue Jackets and a nationally televised clash between the Detroit Red Wings and Minnesota Wild. Here are our betting previews for both contests.
Keystone State rivals will collide at Wells Fargo Center on Tuesday night, as the Pittsburgh Penguins visit the Philadelphia Flyers. Let's break down that game, as well as the Jets-Hurricanes contest.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are surging. The Philadelphia Flyers, however, are treading water right now in the Eastern Conference playoff race. The Battle of Pennsylvania resumes as the Penguins face the Flyers in Philadelphia on Tuesday.
In this edition of BetAmerica’s Stanley Cup odds update, we’ll delve into the recent run of exceptional play by the Tampa Bay Lightning, then get to the Pittsburgh Penguins, who have also taken a noticeable drop in odds lately. Is either club worth a futures wager at this point in time?
The Vegas Golden Knights have surprised the hockey world before. They did it again Wednesday, when they fired Gerard Gallant, the coach who only two years ago took the expansion club to a Stanley Cup Finals appearance in its first season.
The red-hot Tampa Bay Lightning will look for another win against the struggling Minnesota Wild on national television Thursday night. Also on the docket is an intriguing matchup between the Calgary Flames and Toronto Maple Leafs, which offers a solid wager in the totals market.
The Philadelphia Flyers and St. Louis Blues will engage in an intriguing prime-time matchup Wednesday night, but not before the Chicago Blackhawks and Montreal Canadiens renew their Original Six rivalry earlier in the evening. Here are betting previews for both contests.