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USCHO BETTOR’S EDGE: Can outsiders be so juicy? It feels like a week to go with choosing a monster – a hockey college

Devon Levy was the number 1 goalkeeper at Northeastern this season (photo: Northeastern Athletics).

Let’s face it. Monsters are hard to catch. Last week we had two outsider wins, but it was Providence at +115 and Denver at +110.

This week we have some monster outsiders, most notably Cornell at +220 going to Quinipiac and Michigan Tech at +225 taking over Minnesota. I don’t want to give advice, but I guarantee I’ll throw some money on pizza on these two, and maybe mark the duo for talks.

The reality is that both of these teams are more than fit and are likely to win 8 of our 10 nights against a random opponent. They are not so random, but the odds that each team now receives on DraftKings are of sufficient value to guarantee a bet per unit.

Where is the value of this time of year? Well, these are the games where the money lies. I would have preferred this over the Connecticut -105 outsiders against the Northeast (-125).

If you really want to find odds at this time of year, try playing with two teams. It’s harder to get there, but go two on two and your chances increase enough to bet on a short score better.

Going back to last week, when you got all five games right for $ 100, the payout was half a decent $ 1,235.82.

Let’s see if this week will give:

You can choose from the games listed below as well as others in USCHO Pick ‘Em. Go to social.uscho.com to join in the fun!

As usual, disclaimer:

Understand, this is for entertainment purposes only. USCHO.com is not a licensed gambling platform and cannot place bets through this site or any USCHO subsidiary.

All games are the first games when they occur in a series of two games, if not specified.

Enjoy, and if you bet, let you succeed.

(Games marked with asterisks * have odds provided by DraftKings Sportsbook)

№ 2 Michigan (-225) to № 9 Notre Dame (+165) *

While Notre Dame feels like a “dog,” I don’t like the +165 value for the Irish. Also knowing that Michigan should be the favorite, a value of -225 is not even a good bet.

Wolverines play their best hockey of the season, but a trip is not always the best formula. However, all Michigan Olympians are back and are a catalyst that betting participants cannot ignore.

Jim

Dan

Ed

Paul

John

Nate

Chris

Jack

Matt

Drew

Nat

Nat

Nat

Nat

HEA

ECAC

YES

CCHA

NCHC

B1G

№ 2 Minnesota (-320) to № 14 Michigan Tech (+225) *

The state of Minnesota has been among the biggest favorites we’ve seen in bookmakers this season, and it’s doing so against mathematically the toughest opponent they’ll face in the CCHA.

This alone shows the division between the Mavericks and everyone else in their league. It should be an easy waltz to the next post-season title, but this weekend will prove a lot.

Michigan Tech is one of the best teams in the CCHA, but has beaten Minnesota only once in its last 11 games (1-9-1).

However, the games were close and you can expect this again, which is why throwing money at Michigan Tech is not a terrible bet.

Jim

Dan

Ed

Paul

John

Nate

Chris

Jack

Matt

Drew

Nat

Nat

Nat

Nat

HEA

ECAC

YES

CCHA

NCHC

B1G

No. 18 Cornell (+220) in No. 5 Quinnipiac (-310)

Quinnipiac proved vulnerable last weekend in a 1-0 defeat at Harvard. But that probably reinforces the reason why the Bobcats are big favorites over Cornell.

Quinnipiac has not lost in a row in the ECAC games from 22-23 November 2019, lost the weekend against Cornell and Colgate.

Interestingly, of course, Cornell was involved in this death. Can this happen again? scientists don’t think so.

But this game may have some value. Cornell has been inconsistent lately, but imagine betting $ 50 and getting $ 170? There is no reason to believe that this cannot be the case, even if 100% of USCO staff are against it. it is.

Jim

Dan

Ed

Paul

John

Nate

Chris

Jack

Matt

Drew

Nat

Nat

Nat

Nat

HEA

ECAC

YES

CCHA

NCHC

B1G

№ 19 Connecticut (-105) to № 15 Northeast (-125)

So, the contenders for this series raised their hands in the air and said, “We’re not losing anything.” There is a certain risk for bookmakers, but if both teams take favorites, it becomes a weak bet.

Northeastern returns Devon Levy to the net, but UConn is among the country’s hottest teams with a score of 8-2-0 in the last ten, including victories over Merrimack, UMass and Providence.

At 4-5 in the last nine, Northeastern has hardly been so awesome, showing that home ice still has some value in the eyes of bookmakers.

Jim

Dan

Ed

Paul

John

Nate

Chris

Jack

Matt

Drew

Nat

Nat

Nat

Nat

HEA

ECAC

YES

CCHA

NCHC

B1G

№ 6 Western Michigan (-135) and № 7 North Dakota (+105)

If you’re looking for a price this weekend, it seems like North Dakota is home on Friday, as +105 is a great bet. Sure, Western Michigan has been on the strongest team this year and should be hungry, but if anyone advised not to bet on North Dakota at home?

Yes, in January Western swung at home, but overall UND has a 25-9-0 advantage all the time over the Broncos. When you bet on a trend, is there anything more important? I know the teams change from year to year, but the stakes against Fighting Sioux (mistake .. Hawks) at home? Come on!

Jim

Dan

Ed

Paul

John

Nate

Chris

Jack

Matt

Drew

Nat

Nat

Nat

Nat

HEA

ECAC

YES

CCHA

NCHC

B1G

Select entries for today:

Matthew Semish – 49-27 (3-2)
Jim Connelly – 48-28 (2-3)
Ed Trefzger – 48-28 (4-1)
Chris Lerch – 48-28 (4-1)
Dan Rubin – 45-31 (4-1)
Drew Clausen – 44-32 (3-2)
Paula Weston – 42-34 (3-2)
John Doyle – 42-34 (4-1)
Jack Hittinger – 39-37 (2-3)
Nate Owen – 37-39 (3-2)

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USCHO BETTOR’S EDGE: Can outsiders be so juicy? It feels like a week to go with choosing a monster – a hockey college

Devon Levy was the number 1 goalkeeper at Northeastern this season (photo: Northeastern Athletics).

Let’s face it. Monsters are hard to catch. Last week we had two outsider wins, but it was Providence at +115 and Denver at +110.

This week we have some monster outsiders, most notably Cornell at +220 going to Quinipiac and Michigan Tech at +225 taking over Minnesota. I don’t want to give advice, but I guarantee I’ll throw some money on pizza on these two, and maybe mark the duo for talks.

The reality is that both of these teams are more than fit and are likely to win 8 of our 10 nights against a random opponent. They are not so random, but the odds that each team now receives on DraftKings are of sufficient value to guarantee a bet per unit.

Where is the value of this time of year? Well, these are the games where the money lies. I would have preferred this over the Connecticut -105 outsiders against the Northeast (-125).

If you really want to find odds at this time of year, try playing with two teams. It’s harder to get there, but go two on two and your chances increase enough to bet on a short score better.

Going back to last week, when you got all five games right for $ 100, the payout was half a decent $ 1,235.82.

Let’s see if this week will give:

You can choose from the games listed below as well as others in USCHO Pick ‘Em. Go to social.uscho.com to join in the fun!

As usual, disclaimer:

Understand, this is for entertainment purposes only. USCHO.com is not a licensed gambling platform and cannot place bets through this site or any USCHO subsidiary.

All games are the first games when they occur in a series of two games, if not specified.

Enjoy, and if you bet, let you succeed.

(Games marked with asterisks * have odds provided by DraftKings Sportsbook)

№ 2 Michigan (-225) to № 9 Notre Dame (+165) *

While Notre Dame feels like a “dog,” I don’t like the +165 value for the Irish. Also knowing that Michigan should be the favorite, a value of -225 is not even a good bet.

Wolverines play their best hockey of the season, but a trip is not always the best formula. However, all Michigan Olympians are back and are a catalyst that betting participants cannot ignore.

Jim

Dan

Ed

Paul

John

Nate

Chris

Jack

Matt

Drew

Nat

Nat

Nat

Nat

HEA

ECAC

YES

CCHA

NCHC

B1G

№ 2 Minnesota (-320) to № 14 Michigan Tech (+225) *

The state of Minnesota has been among the biggest favorites we’ve seen in bookmakers this season, and it’s doing so against mathematically the toughest opponent they’ll face in the CCHA.

This alone shows the division between the Mavericks and everyone else in their league. It should be an easy waltz to the next post-season title, but this weekend will prove a lot.

Michigan Tech is one of the best teams in the CCHA, but has beaten Minnesota only once in its last 11 games (1-9-1).

However, the games were close and you can expect this again, which is why throwing money at Michigan Tech is not a terrible bet.

Jim

Dan

Ed

Paul

John

Nate

Chris

Jack

Matt

Drew

Nat

Nat

Nat

Nat

HEA

ECAC

YES

CCHA

NCHC

B1G

No. 18 Cornell (+220) in No. 5 Quinnipiac (-310)

Quinnipiac proved vulnerable last weekend in a 1-0 defeat at Harvard. But that probably reinforces the reason why the Bobcats are big favorites over Cornell.

Quinnipiac has not lost in a row in the ECAC games from 22-23 November 2019, lost the weekend against Cornell and Colgate.

Interestingly, of course, Cornell was involved in this death. Can this happen again? scientists don’t think so.

But this game may have some value. Cornell has been inconsistent lately, but imagine betting $ 50 and getting $ 170? There is no reason to believe that this cannot be the case, even if 100% of USCO staff are against it. it is.

Jim

Dan

Ed

Paul

John

Nate

Chris

Jack

Matt

Drew

Nat

Nat

Nat

Nat

HEA

ECAC

YES

CCHA

NCHC

B1G

№ 19 Connecticut (-105) to № 15 Northeast (-125)

So, the contenders for this series raised their hands in the air and said, “We’re not losing anything.” There is a certain risk for bookmakers, but if both teams take favorites, it becomes a weak bet.

Northeastern returns Devon Levy to the net, but UConn is among the country’s hottest teams with a score of 8-2-0 in the last ten, including victories over Merrimack, UMass and Providence.

At 4-5 in the last nine, Northeastern has hardly been so awesome, showing that home ice still has some value in the eyes of bookmakers.

Jim

Dan

Ed

Paul

John

Nate

Chris

Jack

Matt

Drew

Nat

Nat

Nat

Nat

HEA

ECAC

YES

CCHA

NCHC

B1G

№ 6 Western Michigan (-135) and № 7 North Dakota (+105)

If you’re looking for a price this weekend, it seems like North Dakota is home on Friday, as +105 is a great bet. Sure, Western Michigan has been on the strongest team this year and should be hungry, but if anyone advised not to bet on North Dakota at home?

Yes, in January Western swung at home, but overall UND has a 25-9-0 advantage all the time over the Broncos. When you bet on a trend, is there anything more important? I know the teams change from year to year, but the stakes against Fighting Sioux (mistake .. Hawks) at home? Come on!

Jim

Dan

Ed

Paul

John

Nate

Chris

Jack

Matt

Drew

Nat

Nat

Nat

Nat

HEA

ECAC

YES

CCHA

NCHC

B1G

Select entries for today:

Matthew Semish – 49-27 (3-2)
Jim Connelly – 48-28 (2-3)
Ed Trefzger – 48-28 (4-1)
Chris Lerch – 48-28 (4-1)
Dan Rubin – 45-31 (4-1)
Drew Clausen – 44-32 (3-2)
Paula Weston – 42-34 (3-2)
John Doyle – 42-34 (4-1)
Jack Hittinger – 39-37 (2-3)
Nate Owen – 37-39 (3-2)

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