NHL Predictions – 4/5/2006

Had a good night last night going 4 for 4. Hopefully tonight will be just as good. There actually aren’t too many games of significant importance tonight. The biggest game would be San Jose at Colorado. Colorado seems to be in a decent position to make the playoffs but not in the comfortable zone yet while San Jose is going to try to use some of its games in hand to catch Vancouver or Edmonton.

Home Team Fair
Road Team Fair
Predicted Winner Confidence
Buffalo -107 Ottawa 107 Ottawa Some
Washington 128 Carolina -139 Carolina Good
Florida -113 Atlanta 112 Florida Some
Toronto -157 NY Islanders 136 Toronto Good
New Jersey -189 Pittsburgh 147 New Jersey Good
Chicago 123 Nashville -130 Nashville Good
Colorado -125 San Jose 120 Colorado Some
Calgary -142 Phoenix 129 Calgary Good

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  1. Emery is making his 19th striaght start…will Morrison ever start a game for the Sens? I dont see him starting tomarrow vs Montreal..or can he? I assume the Sens really want to win vs Montreal in case they play them 1st round. The game vs Buffalo should be a close one.. Im taking buffalo just because Ottawa is been winning a lot as of late, buffalo has been cold as of late… I think Ottawa is due for a loss and Buffalo is due for a winning streak. The Atlanta-Florida game should be a close one as well. Florida is good at home, but Im thinking Atlanta will come out firing in this one as they do often. Atlanta also leads the season series. The other game that is in question is SJ-COL.. again this one should be a tight one…colorado has a seven game unbeaten streak at home.. im thinking that might come to an end tonight.

  2. Proline Pool ticket: no boxed games

    -buffalo over ottawa
    -atlanta over florida
    -carolina over washington
    -new jersey over pittsburgh
    -toronto over NY Isles
    -nashville over chicago
    -san jose over colorado
    -calgary over phoenix
    -ny rangers over ny isles
    -toronto over boston
    -ottawa over montreal
    -tampa bay over atlanta

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