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    Who Not to Bet Your Bankroll on for This NHL Season

    A majority of us want to hop on the next big thing.  Look at the Islanders last season as they exceeded expectation with their exciting brand of hockey.  However, the teams that went south for a period of time or for the entire season were just as bankable.  Detroit and Pittsburgh are finally gravitating back to the back.  Finally, look at what Toronto lacked to achieve when they instilled their defensive style of hockey halfway through the season.  APEX Hockey Betting is going to examine a few players who individually and team wise will be on the decline this year….

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    Under Valued Net Minders for 2015

    While the prices will remain too high on the goaltending elite, it is APEX Hockey Betting’s job to find those that will exceed their expectations this year.  The first month or two of the regular season will be rife with inaccuracy with money prices.  Let us take a look at which of those men between the pipes could frequently extract more profit out of their situations. Devil of a Situation A talent that has to deal with pushing a legend out of the door while coping with a porous defense in front of him.  Cory Schneider is probably the go…

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    NHL Offseason Adjustments on the Horizon?

    With the draft gone and free agent big names being swallowed up, people often make the mistake that all the value has been extracted from this time of year.  NHL Execs and those that handicap hockey for years know that there is still gold to be panned for.  APEX Hockey Betting dons their work shoes and lunch pail to get down to it for this 2015 season.  What maneuvers could be completed that might still alter our perspectives for next season? Everyone Knows Ottawa Has To Sell When most of your peers know that you are over the barrel, few…

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    GM’s On the Edge

    One of the tried and true ways to determine a strong regular season start is to examine which GM’s are on the hot seat.  Normally the regular season is about fuel conservation towards the playoffs.  Burn to bright early and your team does not have that vital kick to finish it off.  However when your personal job is on the hot seat, a gone gm also indicates that the coach is soon to be on his way out also.  With rumored tenure changes, let us look at whom will storm out of the gate this season. Right Moves, Little Results…

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    State of the Shootout in the Eyes of Bettman

    How to deal with ties for a professional league so dependent on it’s gate for players salaries?  Few things fans equate with money not well spent as doling out tickets only to see the contest end in a draw.  The NHL has realized this and over the years have tried various formats to prevent this and keep the outcome  dependent on a skill factor  Unfortunately, some of the early innovations equated to having an NBA free throw contest to determine their games.  What has Gary Bettman come out and said about the state of the shootout for the 2015 season?…

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Who Not to Bet Your Bankroll on for This NHL Season

Aug 30, 2015

A majority of us want to hop on the next big thing.  Look at the Islanders last season as they exceeded expectation with their exciting brand of hockey.  However, the teams that went south for a period of time or for the entire season were just as bankable.  Detroit and Pittsburgh are finally gravitating back to the back.  Finally, look at what Toronto lacked to achieve when they instilled their defensive style of hockey halfway through the season.  APEX Hockey Betting is going to examine a few players who individually and team wise will be on the decline this year….

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Under Valued Net Minders for 2015

Aug 23, 2015

While the prices will remain too high on the goaltending elite, it is APEX Hockey Betting’s job to find those that will exceed their expectations this year.  The first month or two of the regular season will be rife with inaccuracy with money prices.  Let us take a look at which of those men between the pipes could frequently extract more profit out of their situations. Devil of a Situation A talent that has to deal with pushing a legend out of the door while coping with a porous defense in front of him.  Cory Schneider is probably the go…

Who Not to Bet Your Bankroll on for This NHL Season

Aug 30, 2015
A majority of us want to hop on the next big thing.  Look at the Islanders last season as they exceeded expectation with their exciting brand of hockey.  However, the teams that went south for a period of time or for the entire season were just as bankable.  Detroit and…

Under Valued Net Minders for 2015

Aug 23, 2015
While the prices will remain too high on the goaltending elite, it is APEX Hockey Betting’s job to find those that will exceed their expectations this year.  The first month or two of the regular season will be rife with inaccuracy with money prices.  Let us take a look at…

NHL Offseason Adjustments on the Horizon?

Aug 16, 2015
With the draft gone and free agent big names being swallowed up, people often make the mistake that all the value has been extracted from this time of year.  NHL Execs and those that handicap hockey for years know that there is still gold to be panned for.  APEX Hockey…

GM’s On the Edge

Aug 9, 2015
One of the tried and true ways to determine a strong regular season start is to examine which GM’s are on the hot seat.  Normally the regular season is about fuel conservation towards the playoffs.  Burn to bright early and your team does not have that vital kick to finish…

State of the Shootout in the Eyes of Bettman

Jul 26, 2015
How to deal with ties for a professional league so dependent on it’s gate for players salaries?  Few things fans equate with money not well spent as doling out tickets only to see the contest end in a draw.  The NHL has realized this and over the years have tried…

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Dangers of MoneyLine Every Game and Corsi Part Two

In the first part of the series, we were examining the metric Corsi percentage and how it could be used for hockey wagering.  The stats were looked at and it was given that the San Jose Sharks were vastly underperforming in their record against the perceived possession that their hockey team was getting.  The pronouncement was made that this team would be the one to watch.  They had two games this week.  Let us look at what happened in each and the unit result if we bet on each and equally. Calgary 2 at San Jose 0 It is always…

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Hockey Handicapping and Metrics Made Easy Part One : Fenwick and Corsi

In a world of touts and bad comedy teams, Fenwick and Corsi sounds like the last stop on a Vaudeville tour.  However, make no mistake that these two names are actually terms that can raise your hockey handicapping ability.  They are technically metrics and attempt to quantify on ice dominance.  They are nice easy numbers that relate to on ice puck possession that teams have on even strength.  The first part of this series will give you their definitions and from there we will apply it our our hockey wagering patterns. No More Minding the Stopwatch Possession and how long…

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Introduction to Betting on Hockey

Anyone who has been involved with sports betting for any length of time has probably heard the story about the down-and-out gambler who went on a horrible losing streak in football, then shifted his attention to basketball, with the same degree of non-success. He just could not pick a winner, and this was nothing out of the ordinary, as he simply did not have a firm grasp of handicapping principles. With a certain desperation, he had a conversation with a friend as he explained his woes. The friend, trying to be helpful, suggested that maybe the desperate loser could take…

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Money Lines and Puck Lines in Hockey

There are a few different ways to bet on hockey, and we will go over them. The one that will be easiest for the general public to understand is the MONEY LINE, which essentially allows the bettor to place a wager on the outright winner of a game, with a price on the favorite and a price on the underdog. You will find these prices expressed in odds that are referred to as “American,” and not fractional. So as the hockey bettor, you are analyzing the “value” that appears in the line on either side, as you perceive it. Here…