The Toronto Maple Leafs have been rebuilding for a decade. Have they finally figured things out? They’ve started the 2014-2015 campaign at 14-9-2-1, racking up 10.36 units against the moneyline and a 17-9 record against the puck line. We’ll see what the Leafs are made of on Wednesday Night Rivalry (8:00 PM ET, NBCSN) when the Detroit Red Wings welcome them to The Joe.
Bet on hockey at Bodog and get a free 100% bonus.
The Red Wings (17-6-2-3, plus-5.04 units) have the better record as we enter the second trimester of the regular season. They’ve won seven of their past eight games. Toronto is 5-2 in its last seven, which includes a 4-1 victory over the Wings as a slim –102 home favourite. Detroit won their previous two meetings this year. All three games went under the posted total of 5.5 goals.
Toronto looks like a paper tiger when it comes to puck possession. The Corsi and Fenwick stats are heavily in Detroit’s favor; the Leafs have made up for it by scoring 3.42 goals per game, second in the league as we go to press. However, the Wings are fourth at 3.11 goals per game.
Get your NHL odds at Bodog today.
To Comment on this thread and all other sports and sports gambling topics please visit our popular online gambling forum at Handicappers Hideaway and don’t forget to enter our daily and weekly fantasy sports contests at our sister site HHFantasy and win some of the thousands of dollars given away each day.