There's no need to worry about it when Anaheim Ducks and Calgary Flames collide in the first round of the NHL playoffs. A couple of hundredths over the double dough is what the game tip pays.
The first game night on the other side of the Atlantic was just as wonderful as we had hoped for. It's really fun that it's running now. In fact, it is only in the playoffs that the NHL predictions gets really tickling, not least as a neutral spectator, who has a full bowl of nice matches to choose from.
The second night, our focus is on the match between Anaheim Ducks and Calgary Flames. In advance, we hold Ducks as a clear favorite to take home this match series. Flames took care of the final game. Although it is obviously a good achievement in itself, it also shows that the team has a bit up to the very best.
Also, keep in mind that Flames has no further shape right now. Ynka four wins on the eleven last matches are no further facit. When the team is going to stand against a hard-played Ducks, we can only assume that they would like to have some better formality.It will be a 1 × 2 game
In fact, Duck's history - when we talk in recent seasons - has been very easy for Flames. The team has won all matches except for the last three seasons. It says a lot about the relationship between the law.
The home team itself has a lot of damage to take into account. Cam Fowler, Nich Ritchie and Simon Despres miss all the matches. In addition, there are a few players who are uncertain about games. Patrick Eaves, Korbinian Holzer and Clayton Stoner will be tested as it approaches.
The damage and shutdown situation is obviously better for the guests. Ladislav Smid is certainly out of season, but only goalkeeper Chad Johnson is in danger of losing match number one in this meeting with Ducks.
The feeling is that Ducks is getting too hard here. The straight game on the home team is played at 2.06 times the money. Here we do not get it unnecessarily.