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    NHL - Preview 19 Ottobre

    Preview: San Jose at NY Rangers
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Monday, October 19, 2015
    Where: Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
    The New York Rangers attempt to end their three-game slide when they host the San Jose Sharks on Monday. New York busted out of the gate with three straight victories, scoring a total of 12 goals in the wins before its offense disappeared.
    The Rangers have managed only a pair of tallies during their winless streak, including one in Sunday's 2-1 overtime loss at home to New Jersey. San Jose is wrapping up its four-game East Coast trip in search of its fifth triumph in six overall contests this season. The Sharks began their trek with victories at Washington and New Jersey before suffering a 6-3 loss to the New York Islanders on Saturday. San Jose, which allowed a total of two goals over its first four contests before running into the Isles, were outscored 7-1 in losing both meetings with the Rangers last season.
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, NHL Network, RSN, TVA, CSN California (San Jose), MSG (New York)
    ABOUT THE SHARKS (4-1-0): San Jose could be without Paul Martin, who missed Saturday's loss with a lower-body injury. The defenseman suffered the ailment the previous night against his former team in New Jersey. Rookie Nikolay Goldobin had a busy weekend, making his NHL debut versus the Devils and scoring his first career goal a night later in the setback.
    ABOUT THE RANGERS (3-2-1): Antti Raanta could finally make his Rangers debut Monday as Henrik Lundqvist has started each of the team's first six games. The 26-year-old Raanta has not appeared in a non-preseason NHL contest since Feb. 22, when he made a relief appearance against Boston while with Chicago. The Finn's last start came Feb. 9 versus Arizona.
    OVERTIME
    1. Sharks RW Ben Smith left Saturday's game after being hit in the head with a slap shot and is questionable to face the Rangers.
    2. The Rangers failed on two power-play opportunities Sunday and are 1-for-16 on the season.
    3. Following Monday's contest, San Jose will play seven of its next nine games at home.

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    Citazione Originariamente Scritto da gurupoker Visualizza Messaggio
    babba bia ranger e canucks.....riprendo qualcosina con i ducks che finalmente si sbloccano
    Io fatto pari grazie alle due singole prese sui Duck. Sulla doppia avevo messo qualche stake in +. Stasera, già deciso, mi gioco la vittoria con handicap -1 dei Toronto Blue Jays nella MLB

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    Guru un'altra cosa: io oltre all'hockey gioco quasi sempre anche il calcio e potrò anche pubblicare delle mie bolle sul calcio o per forza l'hockey? No perchè io vedo che qui i tipster si dividono gli sport: tipo darius betta solo tennis e calcio con ottimi risultati, crhistar solo calcio di tanto in tanto tennis, ramirez basket, rugby ecc, il profeta ciclismo e altro e te tutti gli sport americani. Sarà cosi anche su pickabet? Cioè ognuno dovrà decidere gli sport dove intende mettere prono e non può pubblicare pronostici di altri sport?

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    Citazione Originariamente Scritto da donk32 Visualizza Messaggio
    Guru un'altra cosa: io oltre all'hockey gioco quasi sempre anche il calcio e potrò anche pubblicare delle mie bolle sul calcio o per forza l'hockey? No perchè io vedo che qui i tipster si dividono gli sport: tipo darius betta solo tennis e calcio con ottimi risultati, crhistar solo calcio di tanto in tanto tennis, ramirez basket, rugby ecc, il profeta ciclismo e altro e te tutti gli sport americani. Sarà cosi anche su pickabet? Cioè ognuno dovrà decidere gli sport dove intende mettere prono e non può pubblicare pronostici di altri sport?
    no no...puoi giocare lo sport e la serie che vuoi....come e quando vuoi. la libertà è completa per ogni tipster

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    NHL - Risultati 19 Ottobre

    Rangers 4, Sharks 0
    NEW YORK -- It wasn't a must-win game or anything close to that for the New York Rangers. After all, it was just their seventh game in an 82-game regular season.
    But less than 24 hours after having their coach criticize them in the media, the Rangers responded in a big way against the San Jose Sharks on Monday night.
    Backup goaltender Antti Raanta made 22 saves in his season debut and four players scored a goal as the Rangers dominated a lifeless Sharks team 4-0 at Madison Square Garden to answer coach Alain Vigneault's calls for improved play from anyone that wasn't named Henrik Lundqvist, the Rangers goaltender.
    The perennial Vezina Trophy contender was the only player who failed to draw Vigneault's ire after Monday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Devils, so it fell to Raanta and everyone else in the lineup to deliver a better performance.
    And that they did.
    "Everyone in the room knew the level we were playing at wasn't acceptable," said defenseman Marc Staal, whose first-period goal was all the Rangers needed. "It was something we wanted to take care of. We were playing a good team in San Jose. It was a good test for us. We had a good effort."
    It was an especially tough test for Raanta, the replacement for Cam Talbot, who was traded to the Edmonton Oilers after two exceptional seasons as Lundqvist's understudy.
    Raanta had to make a difficult save in the early stages, as he shouldered away a rocket from Sharks defenseman Brent Burns about a minute into the game.
    That was about as rough as got for Raanta all night, who benefited from playing behind a Rangers team with a new-found dedication to playing a 60-minute game.
    "Our guys defended so well today," Raanta said. "We haven't been doing that, but we did the whole game today. There were a couple good chances, but our d-men blocked the guys out of my way. I could see all the shots. ... There weren't any 2-on-1s. I think (Lundqvist) made like 15 saves on 2-on-1s in the last two games."
    As for the tepid "Raanta" chants from fans near the end of the game, he said: "It was great, but it wasn't as loud as (Lundqvist) gets."
    Meanwhile, the Sharks have dropped two straight after winning their first four games of the season. They were playing their third game in four nights, which has become commonplace in this matchup. In four of the past five season, the Sharks have faced the Rangers at MSG in game that has been their third in four nights.
    "We weren't anywhere near good enough," Sharks center Joe Pavelski said. "Especially when we had the puck, we couldn't make any plays. Credit them a little bit, but at the end of the day, we weren't good enough. It was more about us."
    Goaltender Martin Jones lost his first game of the season after starting 4-0, as he allowed four goals on 28 shots. The first two goals, by Staal and right winger Mats Zuccarello, were scored through screens. The final two goals, by right winger Jesper Fast and left winger Viktor Stalberg, weren't soft goals but they were certainly stoppable.
    "We pretty much lost every facet of the game," Sharks coach Peter DeBoer said. "We lost races to pucks, lost battles, lost the special teams battle. There's a price to pay to win and the other team was more willing to pay that price than us so we got what we deserved."
    It's a long season and surely both teams will have long forgotten about this game by the time the calendar turns to April. But it was a rewarding win for a Rangers team that showed what it can do when it pays more attention to details.

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    NHL - Preview 20 Ottobre

    Preview: Florida at Pittsburgh
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Tuesday, October 20, 2015
    Where: Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby has failed to record a point in a career-high six games dating to last season. The two-time Hart Trophy winner looks to make a dent in the scoreboard and send the Penguins to their third straight victory when they host the Florida Panthers on Tuesday.
    "Obviously you want to score (and) want to produce, but when you're winning, it's a little easier to go through for sure," Crosby said. The 28-year-old Crosby was limited to just one shot in Pittsburgh's 2-1 victory over Toronto on Saturday and has mustered just eight on the season. "We're not focused on (Crosby's troubles) because we're focused on us," Florida captain Willie Mitchell told the Miami Herald. "If you focus on individual players, you are chasing the game." The Panthers look to rebound after letting a two-goal lead slip away in a 4-2 setback to Dallas on Saturday.
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, TVA, FSN Florida, ROOT (Pittsburgh)
    ABOUT THE PANTHERS (3-2-0): Jaromir Jagr notched an assist on Saturday to extend his point streak to three games (two goals, three assists) and returns to Pittsburgh, where he began his NHL career in 1990-91. The 43-year-old Jagr (726 goals) resides five tallies shy of Marcel Dionne for fourth place on the all-time list. Veteran goaltender Roberto Luongo is seven years younger than the future Hall of Famer, but he's got history on his mind as well. Luongo's next win will be his 404th of his career, moving him past Grant Fuhr and into ninth place on the all-time list.
    ABOUT THE PENGUINS (2-3-0): Evgeni Malkin has scored in back-to-back contests to extend his point streak to three games and netted three goals in three meetings last season with Florida. The 2012 Hart Trophy winner has pummeled the Panthers in his career, recording over a point per game (10 goals, 20 assists in 28 meetings). Patric Hornqvist also netted three goals versus Florida in 2014-15, but has just one assist in five contests this season.
    OVERTIME
    1. The Penguins won both home meetings with the Panthers last season and 13 of the last 15 in the Steel City.
    2. Pittsburgh native and Florida C Vincent Trocheck told the team's website that he expects 50-60 guests in attendance on Tuesday.
    3. The Penguins are 0-for-17 on the power play this season.


    Preview: NY Islanders at Columbus
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Tuesday, October 20, 2015
    Where: Nationwide Arena, Columbus, Ohio
    Losing has already begun taking its toll on the beleaguered Columbus Blue Jackets. The NHL's lone winless team looks to end the worst start in franchise history when they host the Metropolitan Division-rival New York Islanders on Tuesday.
    "This is getting old. This is getting frustrating. I don't know what else to say," veteran forward Scott Hartnell said. "It's a tough start. It's embarrassing. A lot of people picked us to be there at the end, to make the playoffs, and we're doing a pretty good job of ruining that right away." It hasn't been pretty as the Blue Jackets have been outscored 30-13 en route to losing all six games and face a club that defeated them in all four meetings in 2014-15. New York captain John Tavares, who had four goals and four assists last season versus Columbus, set up a pair of tallies in Saturday's 6-3 win over San Jose to extend his point streak to three games (two goals, five assists).
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, MSG-Plus (New York), FSN Ohio (Columbus)
    ABOUT THE ISLANDERS (3-1-1): Kyle Okposo has scored in back-to-back contests and has four assists on his three-game point streak. Brock Nelson has also pieced together points in three straight contests (two goals, assist), but has failed to record a point in seven career meetings with Columbus. Jaroslav Halak made 22 saves in his season debut versus San Jose and looks to improve upon his 9-4-3 career mark against the Blue Jackets.
    ABOUT THE BLUE JACKETS (0-6-0): Columbus general manager Jarmo Kekalainen told reporters that he still likes the team despite its troubles. "We have good players in that room. I can't believe that, in nine days, we went from being a very good team in a lot of peoples' books to a team that can't win a game." Sergei Bobrovsky admitted he had "zero confidence" in himself after a woeful start, but the 2013 Vezina Trophy winner is expected to return to the crease after sitting out Saturday's 4-1 loss in Chicago.
    OVERTIME
    1. Columbus C Brandon Dubinsky (illness) missed Monday's practice, but coach Todd Richards told reporters that he expects him to play.
    2. New York has scored three power-play goals in its last three games.
    3. The last NHL club to start 0-7-0 was the 1997-98 Chicago Blackhawks, who were coached by current Blue Jackets assistant Craig Hartsburg.


    Preview: Arizona at New Jersey
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Tuesday, October 20, 2015
    Where: Prudential Center, Newark, New Jersey
    The New Jersey Devils finally broke into the win column in their fifth game and hope to continue the momentum when they host the Arizona Coyotes on Tuesday night. New Jersey is coming off a 2-1 overtime victory over the New York Rangers on Sunday at Madison Square Garden to deliver first-year coach John Hynes his first NHL victory.
    "It feels great," Hynes said of getting his first win. "I am really happy for the team. ... They have worked to get better and it is gratifying for our guys to get a win after all of their hard work." Arizona is kicking off a five-game road trip against Eastern Conference clubs and trying to halt a modest two-game skid. The Coyotes won their first three contests in impressive fashion, outscoring Los Angeles, Pittsburgh and Anaheim by a combined 10-2 score. "Obviously it's early in the year but we've got to get back on the winning track," Arizona forward Mikkel Boedker told the team's official website.
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, FSN Arizona, MSG (New Jersey)
    ABOUT THE COYOTES (3-2-0): After laboring through a wretched 2014-15 in which he absorbed a staggering 42 regulation losses, goaltender Mike Smith came out of the gate strong by winning his first three starts while stopping 104 of 106 shots. He has done a turnaround in his last two starts, however, getting yanked in the second period of a 4-3 loss to Minnesota before surrendering five goals in a 5-3 setback versus Boston. A pair of 20-year-olds, Max Domi and Anthony Duclair, are tied for second on the team with six points apiece for Arizona.
    ABOUT THE DEVILS (1-3-1): New Jersey has scored a combined eight goals through the first five games, which helps to explain the team's exuberance after outlasting the Rangers on Lee Stempniak's overtime tally. "Maybe that celebration was a little too much for the fifth game of the year, but you could just tell, everyone, some frustration and anger came out there," Devils goaltender Cory Schneider said. "It was exciting. It felt really good, but it just one game." Schneider is 5-1-1 with a sparking 0.85 goals-against average versus the Coyotes.
    OVERTIME
    1. The Devils swept the two-game season series in 2014-15, outscoring Arizona 7-1.
    2. Coyotes captain Shane Doan will play in his 1,400th NHL game on Tuesday.
    3. F Adam Henrique has scored three of New Jersey's eight goals.


    Preview: Dallas at Philadelphia
    When: 7:30 PM ET, Tuesday, October 20, 2015
    Where: Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Tyler Seguin has begun the season with a flourish and helped the Dallas Stars to three consecutive victories. With seven points (three goals, four assists) in that stretch, Seguin looks to continue his good fortune when the Stars visit the well-rested Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday.
    Seguin, who was selected as the NHL's Second Star of the Week, capped his impressive three-game stretch by collcting two goals and as many assists in a 4-2 triumph over Florida on Saturday. The 23-year-old Seguin has also fared well versus Philadelphia, recording 18 points (eight goals, 10 assists) in 14 career encounters and four points last season as Dallas split a pair of meetings. Flyers forward Jakub Voracek also recorded four points in the 2014-15 series, but has managed just one assist in four games this season. "Every single season my starts aren't the best and I am trying to find the quickest way possible to get to that midseason form," Voracek told Philly.com.
    TV: 7:30 p.m. ET, NBCSN, CSN Philadelphia
    ABOUT THE STARS (4-1-0): Veteran Jason Spezza has scored four goals and set up two others during the team's winning streak and has enjoyed considerable success versus Philadelphia (nine goals, 21 assists in 32 career meetings). While Kari Lehtonen has been in net for each contest of the three-game winning streak, his 1-10-3 mark with a 3.49 goals-against average versus the Flyers leaves quite a bit to be desired. Antti Niemi, conversely, could get the call as he has won two of three career decisions with Philadelphia while sporting a stingy 1.83 GAA.
    ABOUT THE FLYERS (2-1-1): Coach Dave Hakstol stopped short of revealing his starting goaltender for Tuesday's tilt, although both Steve Mason and Michal Neuvirth are expected to see action with the team playing Dallas on Tuesday and Boston the following night. Neuvirth shined as Mason left the team to address a "personal family matter," recording 31 saves in a 1-0 victory over Florida on Oct. 12 before turning aside all 30 shots he faced in a 3-0 triumph over Chicago on Wednesday. "Doesn't matter which game it is," Mason told the Flyers website. "You're excited regardless. Both real good opportunities, good teams we're playing against. Be a good test either way."
    OVERTIME
    1. Philadelphia RW Wayne Simmonds has yet to score a goal this season after leading the club with 28 in 2014-15.
    2. With five goals and three assists, Dallas captain Jamie Benn is riding a five-game point streak to begin the season.
    3. The Flyers are just 3-for-16 (18.8 percent) on the power play after finishing third in the league (23.4 percent) in 2014-15.

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    Preview: St. Louis at Montreal
    When: 7:30 PM ET, Tuesday, October 20, 2015
    Where: Bell Centre, Montreal, Quebec
    The Montreal Canadiens have fended off all comers in breezing to the best start in franchise history, but they will face a serious challenge to their perfect record when the St. Louis Blues pay a visit to the Bell Centre on Tuesday night. Montreal is the league's only unbeaten team and has surrendered a total of only seven goals during its scorching 6-0-0 start.
    The Canadiens showed they would be a force by opening the season with four straight road victories, but the Blues have also displayed their mettle away from home. St. Louis has won four in a row entering the finale of a six-game road trip and have scored four goals in each of the victories during the winning streak. "We've grown closer, we've spent a lot of time together and I think our game is coming along each and every day," Blues captain David Backes said. "But we know we're up against a heck of an opponent and need a great game to win it." The high-profile matchup will also feature the NHL's First and Third Stars of the Week in Montreal netminder Carey Price and St. Louis forward Vladimir Tarasenko.
    TV: 7:30 p.m. ET, FSN Midwest (St. Louis), RDS Montreal
    ABOUT THE BLUES (5-1-0): Tarasenko has collected at least a point in every game and earned his weekly honor from the league after recording three goals and three assists in four games, including a pair of tallies in Sunday's 4-2 victory at Winnipeg. "Go look at his goals that he's scored this year," St. Louis coach Ken Hitchcock said. "There's probably somebody who's got more, I don't know. I haven't looked at the scoring yet. But there's nobody that gets them that are as important as him. And he's doing it again." Jake Allen is expected to start in net despite an 0-2-0 record and 4.51 goals-against average versus Montreal.
    ABOUT THE CANADIENS (6-0-0): Price won both the Hart and the Vezina Trophy last season and is showing a repeat is possible after garnering First Star honors by winning all three starts last week while permitting a combined three goals. "It's just having the right mindset on keeping your focus towards what's ahead and not what's behind you," Price told the team's official website. "It's the approach I've always taken and I think the guys in here are taking the same approach." Price has had his struggles against the Blues in the past but won both starts against them last season while permitting a combined three goals.
    OVERTIME
    1. St. Louis' 4-1 defeat at Montreal last November was its lone regulation loss in its last 14 games (11-1-2) in Canadian cities.
    2. The Canadiens have killed off 14 straight penalties over the past four contests.
    3. Blues D Kevin Shattenkirk (lower body) will miss his fourth straight game.


    Preview: Tampa Bay at Nashville
    When: 8:00 PM ET, Tuesday, October 20, 2015
    Where: Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, Tennessee
    The Tampa Bay Lightning hope to have Victor Hedman back in the lineup when they begin their four-game road trip against the Nashville Predators on Tuesday. The hulking defenseman sat out Saturday's victory over Buffalo with an upper-body injury suffered two nights earlier against Dallas.
    The Lightning halted a two-game skid with their 2-1 triumph over the Sabres in which Alex Killorn snapped a tie during a power play with less than four minutes remaining in the third period. Nashville looks to continue its strong start as it kicks off a three-game homestand. The Predators rebounded from their first loss of the season by getting past Ottawa in a shootout Saturday as James Neal scored two power-play goals in regulation before netting the decisive tally in the third round of the bonus format. Nashville swept the two-game season series in 2014-15, posting a pair of 3-2 victories - including one in overtime.
    TV: 8 p.m. ET, Sun Sports (Tampa Bay), FSN Tennessee (Nashville)
    ABOUT THE LIGHTNING (4-2-0): Hedman took part in practice Monday and hopes to be on the ice against Nashville. "You never want to miss any games. You always want to be out there and contribute," the 6-6 blue-liner told the team's website. "I've been through a lot in the past, so to limit this to (missing) one game would be good, but we'll see (Tuesday)." Captain Steven Stamkos is off to a fast start with four goals in his first six games.
    ABOUT THE PREDATORS (4-1-0): Nashville could be without Ryan Ellis, who exited Saturday's game in the third period after being hit with the puck on the inside of his right knee. The defenseman did not participate in Monday's practice and is considered day-to-day. Neal and Craig Smith share the team lead with three goals apiece while defenseman Roman Josi has notched a club-high five points.
    OVERTIME
    1. Predators G Pekka Rinne is 4-0-0 lifetime against Tampa Bay, while Lightning G Ben Bishop has lost both of his career starts versus the Predators.
    2. Tampa Bay LW Jonathan Drouin leads the team with six points in as many contests.
    3. Neal has recorded all four of his points in his last two games after being kept off the scoresheet in the first three contests.


    Preview: Washington at Calgary
    When: 9:00 PM ET, Tuesday, October 20, 2015
    Where: Scotiabank Saddledome, Calgary, Alberta
    Captain Alex Ovechkin looks to reach a milestone when he leads the Washington Capitals into Calgary on Tuesday to face the Flames in the opener of their three-game road trip. The superstar Russian, who is seeking his sixth Maurice Richard Trophy - and fourth in a row, needs one point to reach 900 for his career and tie Tony Amonte for 103rd place on the all-time list.
    The three-time Hart Trophy winner has scored a goal in each of his three games this season - and both contests since being scratched for oversleeping and missing a morning skate Oct. 13. Calgary is off to a slow start after making its first playoff appearance in six seasons and enters Tuesday with a three-game losing streak. The Flames fell to 0-3-0 at Scotiabank Saddledome on Saturday as they began their three-game homestand with a 5-2 loss to provincial rival Edmonton, with David Jones scoring both goals. Washington and Calgary split their two meetings last season, with each team winning on the road.
    TV: 9 p.m. ET, CSN DC (Washington), RSN 360 (Calgary)
    ABOUT THE CAPITALS (3-1-0): Washington is hoping for a repeat performance from Nicklas Backstrom, who recorded the game-winning goal and two assists in his season debut against Carolina on Saturday. The 27-year-old Swede missed the team's first three games as he recovered from offseason hip surgery. Backstrom's next goal will be the 147th of his career, which will move him past Steve Konowalchuk for sole possession of 14th place on the franchise list.
    ABOUT THE FLAMES (1-4-0): Forwards Sam Bennett and Joe Colborne are expected to be game-time decisions Tuesday because of injuries. Bennett missed Saturday's loss with an upper-body injury while Colborne has yet to make his season debut because of a broken thumb. "I'm hoping to be back as soon as possible," Colborne, who participated in his first full practice Monday, told the team's website. "It's going to be up to the team doctors and coaches (Tuesday)."
    OVERTIME
    1. Only Wayne Gretzky, Mike Bossy, Mario Lemieux and Brett Hull scored more goals in their first 10 seasons in the NHL than Ovechkin's 475.
    2. Karri Ramo is expected to start in goal for Calgary.
    3. Ovechkin needs six goals to pass former teammate Sergei Fedorov (483) and become the NHL's all-time leader among Russian-born players.

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    Confermo 3 delle tue 4 giocate e cioè Penguins, over 5.5 Columbus e tat Devils( anche se un po rischiosi) ed in + un cippino lo metto sull'over 5.5 tra Flayes e Dallas anche se il portiere di Dallas è ancora imbattuto in stagione( ci metto 1 stake).

    P.S. Mi sto preparando alla grande con l'hockey europeo per pickabet. Quando si parte ogni giocata verrà registrata e li dovrò sbagliare poco se vorrò andare lontano

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