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 to guy for New Jersey and the new GM and coach are helping him out.  Even though they are going through a youth movement, their doffense just through sheer effort will be better than the 28th place in the league they posted.  Cory has produced when opposing teams knew they could tee off against him.  Now that they will have to contend with young hard skating legs in the early going, these Devils will get some early upset moneylines to line our pockets with profit.

No Lack of a Back Up

People were in a panic up Vancouver way when they parted with Eddie Lack.  A 2015 draft day move was made because part of the future for the Canucks was ready to make the next step.  Jacob Markstrom was an AHL killer who saw spot duty last year in the NHL.  He has that large frame that GM’s are coveting for their netminders.  With him as the backup, look for Vancouver to have no nights off due to goaltending gaffes.  Now they have one of the top tandems in the league, just few people realize it right now.

So start your homework on these two teams.  The Devils have potential on every night.  Vancouver will be strong when their starter needs the night off.  Keep tuned to APEX Hockey Betting as we will produce another team to tail for the 2015 season.