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NHL Wednesday

coreyschucky
11-02-2005, 02:49 PM
NHL YTD: 59-49-4 (+6.58 units)
ML: 40-31 (+7.02 units)
GL: 6-5-3 (+2.11 units)
O/U: 13-13-1 (-2.55 units)


Looking to continue the good week after last night's 4-1 evening. Best of luck to everyone!!!!:thumbs:

1* Ottawa Senators (-155) Over Buffalo Sabres - Includes regulation, ot and shootout
1* Los Angeles Kings/Dallas Stars Over 5.5 (-155)
1* Vancouver Canucks (-1) (-137) Over Minnesota Wild


Good Luck to All!!!!

jackieglover
11-02-2005, 02:59 PM
Good luck Corey. I've followed my friend's picks this year and I've gone 0-4 with his help, no more pucks for me. :lol:

coreyschucky
11-02-2005, 03:30 PM
Good luck Corey. I've followed my friend's picks this year and I've gone 0-4 with his help, no more pucks for me. :lol:

Ouch...It's still early and things will turn...Good Luck!!!!

Thanks!!!! :wavey:

jackieglover
11-02-2005, 03:32 PM
Ouch...It's still early and things will turn...Good Luck!!!!

Thanks!!!! :wavey:

I don't know nearly enough about pucks to be betting it, but my friend is supposedly usually solid with his ice picks, just happens everytime I've gotten it from him, he's lost this year :lol:

dave nz
11-02-2005, 04:19 PM
Hey goodluck today guys....

I have today's probable goalies for anyone interested....


Ray Emery, Ottawa Senators - Emery is the probable starter for Wednesday's game against the Sabres, reports the Ottawa Citizen.

Craig Anderson, Chicago Blackhawks - Anderson is the probable starter for Wednesday's game against the Blues, reports the Chicago Tribune.

Jason LaBarbera, Los Angeles Kings - LaBarbera is the probable starter for Wednesday's game against the Stars, reports the LA Times. So it begins. This is the first time the Kings will be using the same starter in back-to-back games, but suffice to say, LaBarbera needs to win if he wants to get a third straight game. A loss or perhaps even a mediocre performance will result in coach Andy Murray turning right back to Mathieu Garon.

Chris Mason, Nashville Predators - Mason is the probable starter for Wednesday's game against the Sharks, reports the Nashville Tennessean.

Dwayne Roloson, Minnesota Wild - Roloson is the probable starter for Wednesday's game against the Canucks, reports the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Yeah, yeah, yeah. A few of you readers had some great insight into why coach Jacques Lemaire was probably going to go back with Fernandez yesterday and Roloson today...mainly because of each goalies's respective records against the opponents in question. Gotta admit, I didn't think of that.

Patrick Lalime, St. Louis Blues - Lalime is the probable starter for Wednesday's game against the Blackhawks, reports the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. He has missed the past two games - one due to a regularly scheduled day off and the other because of a knee injury.

Nolan Schaefer, San Jose Sharks - Schaefer is the probable starter for Wednesday's game against the Predators, reports the San Francisco Chronicle. Keep your eye on the backup situation to see if Evgeni Nabokov is back in the lineup. If he is, Schaefer's run as starter will almost certainly run out tonight.

Ryan Miller, Buffalo Sabres - Miller is the probable starter for Wednesday's game against the Senators.

Marty Turco, Dallas Stars - Turco is the probable starter for Wednesday's game against the Kings.

Alex Auld, Vancouver Canucks - Auld is the probable starter for Wednesday's game against the Wild. Dan Cloutier will be out for the next three games minimum due to a concussion he suffered last weekend.

Manny Legace, Detroit Red Wings - Legace left yesterday's game against the Blackhawks in the first period with Wings officials are describing as a slight knee sprain, reports the Detroit News. He will be re-evaluated today and will also get an MRI to determine the extent of the injury but coach Mike Babcock didn't sound overly concerned and said that Legace would be "fine". Chris Osgood, who finished strong in relief of Legace, is expected to get the start on Thursday.

Martin Brodeur, New Jersey Devils - Brodeur's status for tomorrow's game against the Rangers is in doubt, reports the Newark Star-Ledger. The progress of his knee injury isn't clear but Brodeur did not participate in yesterday's morning skate so there's probably a good chance that he will be kept out of the game. In an amazing fact, Brodeur has started every game for the Devils against the Rangers dating back to 1993 and has played every minute since 1997.

Rick DiPietro, New York Islanders - DiPietro is expected back at practice today and will probably be able to start tomorrow's game against the Penguins, reports the New York Post. He's recovering from a bruised right knee.

Robert Esche, Philadelphia Flyers - Esche was absent from practice as he battles a sore groin, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer & Daily News. The injury is not considered serious and Esche is expected to make his next start without any incidents. Seeing as how he has turned his season around, Esche should be kept active in all fantasy leagues and pools.

Year-to-date: 330 / 362 = 91.2%

flmmkrz
11-02-2005, 06:06 PM
Just the one play for me again tonight tho I think vancouver wins the odds just arent worthwhile on the ml and minny goalies seem to get hot against vancouver so dont want to give up the 1.5

My play tonight is Chicago ml over stl +100

Chicago returned Ruutu, who may be their most talented player but also feature other young talent. They've just had the misfortune of having to play the juggernaut that is detroit 3 times straight and the formerly red hot preds before that so their record is not indicative of how they played. They have a solid defensive core with very good goaltending meanwhile STL is without their best 2 players in Weight and Tkachuk. Drake is also out. Backman also out on the back end. With Lalime iffy the blues have been relying on Divis who has been bad. Regardless of which tenders in net for the blues the hawks have the deeper squad at the moment and they're hungry for a win.

flmmkrz
11-02-2005, 06:08 PM
oops my info had Khabi starting but regardless the chi win should still be a go.

jackieglover
11-03-2005, 02:23 AM
9-3 Ottawa, I think you're safe Corey ;)