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    Citazione Originariamente Scritto da donk32 Visualizza Messaggio
    Io oggi mi gioco una tripla sull'hockey su ghiaccio europeo:

    Magnitogorosk Jokerit over 3.5, over 4.5 Valpusteria Valpellice e under 5.5 Lukko Kalpa. La quota totale viene @2,14
    Facile facile

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    Stanotte non ho bettato ma se l'avrei fatto avrei giocato 2 king perchè mi intrigavano, ma siccome sono sicuro che quando partirò su pickabet non rischierò questa giocate, ho preferito non inserirle qui e anche non giocarle di mio

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    bha....prendo una multipla e sbaglio l'altra...fin qui ok...e passi anche i canucks che proprio in casa non vogliono vincere...ma mi sembrava di aver letto bene sui due Over....entrambi circa @2 di quota ed entrambi chiusi con 5 goals....sick.... (-2,25u alla fine)
    entrato largo senza problemi l'under di Nfl che praticamente mi fa chiudere pari la nottata
    @Donk...puoi cmq consigliare cose che ti piaccono o meno sul forum ma poi decidere cosa mettere come giocate principali su picka (che saranno poi anche quelle conteggiate nello status ovviamente)

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    NHL - Risultati 22 Ottobre

    Stars 4, Penguins 1
    PITTSBURGH -- Antti Niemi made 33 saves and the Dallas Stars dominated the Pittsburgh Penguins for the second time in 15 days, winning 4-1 Thursday night for their fifth consecutive victory.
    Niemi was excellent from the start to improve to 6-1-1 in his career against the Penguins, who had won three in a row only to generate little offense against a Stars team that has scored 25 goals to Pittsburgh's 11 this season.
    The Stars, off to a 6-1 start that includes four consecutive road wins, didn't get a point from either of their high-scoring forwards -- reigning NHL scoring champion Jamie Benn (10 points) or center Tyler Seguin (10 points) -- but they didn't need any.
    Johnny Oduya, John Klingberg, Jason Spezza and Mattias Janmark all scored for Dallas, while Nick Bonino scored his first goal as a member of the Penguins.


    Rangers 4, Coyotes 1
    NEW YORK -- Kevin Hayes capitalized on a third-period gaffe by goaltender Mike Smith to help the New York Rangers clip Arizona at Madison Square Garden.
    With the score tied at 1, Smith skated behind his net to play the puck. Smith's backhand pass deflected off J.T. Miller and directly to Hayes, who backhanded his second goal of the season into the vacated net less than three minutes into the period.
    Keith Yandle and Rick Nash later added goals for the Rangers, who got an earlier goal from Chris Kreider. Klas Dahlbeck scored Arizona's goal.


    Devils 5, Senators 4 (SO)
    OTTAWA -- Lee Stempniak was the hero as New Jersey extended its winning streak to three with a shootout victory over Ottawa at Canadian Tire Centre.
    Stempniak's goal in the fourth round of the shootout ended a game he prolonged by scoring off a crease-side scramble with 31.4 seconds left in regulation time set the stage for overtime.
    Travis Zajac, Jordin Tootoo anf Adam Henrique also scored in regulation for New Jersey, while Mika Zibanejad, Zack Smith, Mike Hoffman and Chris Neil scored for Ottawa.


    Predators 5, Ducks 1
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Ryan Ellis and Colin Wilson each collected a goal and two assists as Nashville dumped struggling Anaheim at Bridgestone Arena.
    In improving to 6-1-0, the Predators broke up a scoreless tie with three second period goals, then added Mattias Ekholm's slapper at 3:03 of the third period and Wilson's power-play tally at 18:18 to cap the scoring and up their home record to 4-0-0.
    Pekka Rinne turned away 27 shots, although he lost out on his 38th career shutout when Jiri Sekac potted a power-play marker for Anaheim at 12:15 of the third.
    Mike Ribeiro and Eric Nystrom also scored for Nashville.


    Wild 3, Blue Jackets 2
    SAINT PAUL, Minn. -- Goals by Zach Parise, Thomas Vanek and Nino Niederreiter kept Minnesota undefeated at home, and Columbus winless anywhere.
    Columbus fell to 0-8-0, losing its first game under new coach John Tortorella after former coach Todd Richards was fired earlier in the week.
    Sergei Bobrovsky made 20 saves for the Blue Jackets, who got first period goals from Alexander Wennberg and Brandon Dubinsky.
    Devan Dubnyk made 27 saves for the Wild.


    Blackhawks 3, Panthers 2
    CHICAGO -- Patrick Kane and Brent Seabrook each had a goal and two assists, and Chicago held on for a win over Florida.
    Artem Anisimov added a goal as the Blackhawks earned their third consecutive win on home ice.
    Vincent Trocheck notched a goal and an assist for Florida and Jaromir Jagr also scored. Corey Crawford stopped 16 of 18 shots to earn his 150th career victory while Roberto Luongo turned aside 24 of 27 shots for Florida.


    Capitals 3, Canucks 2
    VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Alex Ovechkin kept his hot scoring streak alive with a third-period goal to give Washington a narrow win over Vancouver.
    Jay Beagle had a goal and an assist for Washington and Jason Chimera also scored for the Capitals, who won their fourth straight game and fifth of six.
    Henrik Sedin scored a power-play goal and an assist for the Canucks. Radim Vrbata had the Canucks other goal. Ryan Miller ended the night stopping 32 shots. Capitals goalie Braden Holtby made 23 saves.


    Kings 4, Sharks 1
    SAN JOSE, Calif. -- In his first game with the Kings, goaltender Jhonas Enroth led Los Angeles to a win over San Jose.
    The backup to Jonathan Quick stopped 39 of 40 shots. Enroth was key as the Kings' penalty-killers went 5-for-5 to propel Los Angeles to a third straight win after the team began the season with three losses in a row. The Sharks lost their third consecutive game.
    Jeff Carter scored two goals to lead the Kings' attack

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    NHL - Preview 23 Ottobre

    Preview: Montreal at Buffalo
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Friday, October 23, 2015
    Where: First Niagara Center, Buffalo, New York
    The Montreal Canadiens are getting within range of matching the league record for consecutive wins to start the season and look to make it eight victories in a row when they visit the Buffalo Sabres on Friday. Although it appears to be a gimme on paper for the red-hot Canadiens, the Sabres won the final three meetings last season.
    Montreal moved within three wins of tying Toronto (1993-94) and Buffalo (2006-07) for the best start in league history after blanking St. Louis 3-0 on Tuesday and handing the Blues only their second loss. "This is a well-coached, disciplined, play-the-game-the-right-way team," St. Louis coach Ken Hitchcock said. "They're going to be a bear all year for everyone." While the Canadiens have won six of their seven games by at least two goals, the Sabres have been held to two tallies or fewer in five of their six contests. Buffalo kicked off a three-game homestand by beating Toronto 2-1 in a shootout Wednesday.
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, NHL Network, RDS, City (Montreal); MSG (Buffalo)
    ABOUT THE CANADIENS (7-0-0): Reigning Hart and Vezina Trophy winner Carey Price has registered two shutouts in his last three games, but he'll get a night off as rookie Mike Condon makes his second career start Thursday. "I feel good physically and mentally. I'm ready to play against the Sabres," said Condon, who stopped 20 of 21 shots in a 3-1 victory over Ottawa on Oct. 11 in his NHL debut. The Canadiens have killed off 17 consecutive penalties in the past five games and are tied for second in the league with a 91.7 success rate.
    ABOUT THE SABRES (2-4-0): Evander Kane notched his first goal by scoring the tying tally with 4 1/2 minutes to play to force overtime, part of a high-energy game in which he pumped seven shots on net. “We needed that,” said Jack Eichel, the No. 2 overall pick in this year's draft. “We’re trying to get over this hump. We’re having trouble scoring goals right now. I think it’s good for us to get a win like that. Maybe now we’ll get on a roll. I think this is a team that can do so.” Eichel has a team-high two goals but is still seeking his first assist.
    OVERTIME
    1. Captain Max Pacioretty and Tomas Plekanec have five goals apiece for the Canadiens.
    2. Buffalo has yielded five power-play goals in 16 short-handed situations.
    3. Montreal is averaging a league-high 34.3 shots.


    Preview: Boston at NY Islanders
    When: 7:30 PM ET, Friday, October 23, 2015
    Where: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York
    After failing to record a win at TD Garden for the fourth time in as many contests (0-3-1), the Boston Bruins look to remain at home on the road when they face the New York Islanders on Friday. Patrice Bergeron celebrated the birth of his son on Wednesday morning and had a goal and an assist later that night, but the Bruins saw a two-goal lead evaporate in the third period en route to a 5-4 overtime loss to Philadelphia.
    Bergeron has scored three goals and set up two others in his last two games overall and tallied twice in three meetings with New York last season. The three-time Selke Trophy recipient was given Thursday off to spend time with baby boy Zack and wife Stephanie, but is expected to be on the ice Friday. While the Bruins have struggled at home, the Islanders have won four in a row overall and haven't had any difficulty adjusting to life at the Barclays Center (3-0-1). Jaroslav Halak turned aside all 37 shots he faced in a convincing 4-0 victory over Columbus on Tuesday, but yielded four goals in his lone meeting with Boston last season.
    TV: 7:30 p.m. ET, NESN (Boston), TVA, MSG-Plus (New York)
    ABOUT THE BRUINS (2-3-1): Captain Zdeno Chara will play in his 1,200th career game versus the team that selected him with a third-round pick in the 1996 draft. The 38-year-old, who has four assists in his last three contests, will become the second Slovakian-born player in league history to reach the milestone (Stan Mikita). David Krejci notched a pair of assists versus the Flyers to extend his season-opening point streak to six games (four goals, seven assists), becoming the first Boston player to do so since Nathan Horton in 2010-11.
    ABOUT THE ISLANDERS (4-1-1): Nikolay Kulemin, Mikhail Grabovski and Brock Nelson have combined for four goals and six assists during the team's four-game winning streak. "I think that line has been one of our best lines if you just look at their offense, their defense and the amount of time they spend in their own end,” coach Jack Capuano told the team's website. Captain John Tavares, who leads the team in goals (four), assists (five) and points (nine), had two tallies and two assists in three meetings with Boston last season.
    OVERTIME
    1. New York has outscored its foes 18-8 on its four-game winning streak.
    2. Bruins LW Zac Rinaldo avoided a suspension from the NHL on Thursday for his hit on Flyers C Sean Couturier.
    3. The Islanders have killed off all 10 short-handed situations over the last three games.


    Preview: Tampa Bay at Winnipeg
    When: 8:00 PM ET, Friday, October 23, 2015
    Where: MTS Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba
    Tampa Bay defenseman Victor Hedman established himself as one of the team's leaders during last season’s Stanley Cup playoffs, and after missing one game with a concussion, Hedman looked just fine in his return Tuesday. The Lightning visit the Winnipeg Jets on Friday in a matchup of two of the top scoring teams in the NHL and will look for Hedman to make a big impact again after he recorded two assists in a shootout loss at Nashville.
    Hedman missed 18 games early last season with a finger injury and took a hard shot into the boards Thursday against Dallas but only sat out Saturday’s contest versus Buffalo before raising his assist total to six with the pair against the Predators. Winnipeg opened its season with three victories in four road games, but after rallying late to win its home opener versus Calgary on Friday, it was flat in Sunday’s loss to visiting St. Louis. Blake Wheeler is tied for seventh in the NHL in scoring with eight points, having recorded at least one in each of the Jets’ first six contests.
    TV: 8 p.m. ET, Sun Sports (Tampa Bay), TSN3 (Winnipeg)
    ABOUT THE LIGHTNING (4-2-1): Tampa Bay has scored three or more goals in five of its seven games and is tied with Montreal for the league lead (23) while playing better on special teams of late. The Lightning have not allowed a power-play goal in the last two contests (six chances) after surrendering six in their previous three games. Steven Stamkos scored his fifth goal of the season against Nashville and Ben Bishop, who is tied for second in the league with four wins, has played every minute thus far.
    ABOUT THE JETS (4-2-0): Winnipeg has allowed 41 or more shots three times in the last four games, but Michael Hutchinson has fronted a strong effort in net, ranking third in the league in goals-against average (1.00) and save percentage (.968). The Jets rank sixth in the NHL in scoring with 20 goals. Mathieu Perreault, who scored his first in Sunday’s loss, is tied with Bryan Little for second on the team in points (five) and even with Dustin Byfuglien for the club lead in penalty minutes (10).
    OVERTIME
    1. Following four days off, the Jets will play 19 games in 37 days starting Friday – including nine against Central Division rivals.
    2. The Lightning and Jets split their two meetings last season, with each team losing on home ice.
    3. Both teams have excelled on the power play as Winnipeg ranks fifth in the NHL at 26.1 percent, two spots ahead of the Lightning at 23.8 percent.


    Preview: Detroit at Calgary
    When: 9:00 PM ET, Friday, October 23, 2015
    Where: Scotiabank Saddledome, Calgary, Alberta
    Detroit Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill was doing his best to keep an open mind despite seeing his team's sputtering offense play a role in its third straight loss. After mustering just one goal in each of the first two contests of its four-game road trip, Detroit looks to snap a three-game skid on Friday when it visits the reeling Calgary Flames.
    "It's easy to get frustrated in results, whether it's a power play or the game, but we can't let frustration cloud our mind," Blashill told MLive.com. "We got to make sure we look at what do we got to get better at, what did we improve at. I thought we improved at lots of things, but there's things we got to get better at for sure." Calgary can echo a similar sentiment after losing four consecutive contests overall and four straight at home. Karri Ramo yielded four goals in an eventual 6-2 setback to Washington on Tuesday before being sent to the minors two days later.
    TV: 9 p.m. ET, FSN Detroit, RSN (Calgary)
    ABOUT THE RED WINGS (3-3-0): Detroit failed on six power-play opportunities versus Edmonton and its last 13 overall in the last three-plus games. "The power play has to be better, especially on the road," captain Henrik Zetterberg told MLive.com. "When we get power-play opportunities there, we have to take advantage of it and we haven't done that." Tomas Tatar netted his team's lone tally in a 3-1 setback to Edmonton on Wednesday, but has yet to score a goal in six career meetings with Calgary.
    ABOUT THE FLAMES (1-5-0): Calgary's goaltending carousel now turns to Jonas Hiller, who has been confirmed to start Friday's tilt but has received little guarantee of anything else. "(The demotion of Ramo) shows they believe in me and want me to be the guy right now — it might be different in a few days, few weeks, whatever," Hiller told the Calgary Herald. Joni Ortio, who has yet to play this season, serves as the backup.
    OVERTIME
    1. Calgary RW Jiri Hudler has been held without a point in his last three contests, but torched his former team with a pair of goals in the Flames' 5-2 win over Detroit on March 6.
    2. Red Wings LW Justin Abdelkader leads the team with four goals, but has failed to record a point in each of his last four games.
    3. Flames LW Johnny Gaudreau notched a pair of assists versus the Capitals and has a team-leading six on the season.


    Preview: Washington at Edmonton
    When: 9:00 PM ET, Friday, October 23, 2015
    Where: Rexall Place, Edmonton, Alberta
    Captain Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals attempt to remain scorching hot when they wrap up their three-game road trip against the Edmonton Oilers on Friday. Washington extended its winning streak to four games Thursday with a 3-2 comeback victory over the Vancouver Canucks.
    With the Capitals trailing by a goal after two periods, Jay Beagle forged a tie less than six minutes into the third and Ovechkin snapped the deadlock with 4:55 remaining. Ovechkin has tallied in each of his five games this season, with Thursday's goal being the 480th of his career. Edmonton would like nothing better than to halt Ovechkin's streak as it vies for its fourth straight triumph. After topping Calgary and Vancouver on the road, the Oilers opened their three-game homestand Wednesday with a 3-1 victory over Detroit in which rookie sensation Connor McDavid netted his team-leading fourth goal.
    TV: 9 p.m. ET, CSN-DC (Washington), RSN (Edmonton)
    ABOUT THE CAPITALS (5-1-0): Ovechkin needs four goals to overtake former Capital Sergei Fedorov as the NHL's all-time leader among Russian-born players. The 30-year-old superstar will catapult past six players and into 44th place on the all-time list with 12 more tallies. Nicklas Backstrom had a rough night in his third game since returning from offseason hip surgery, losing 15-of-17 faceoffs and failing to land on the scoresheet after recording three goals and two assists in his first two contests.
    ABOUT THE OILERS (3-4-0): McDavid's goal on Wednesday, which was the game-winner, gave him at least one point in four of his last five contests. The 18-year-old is tied with Nail Yakupov for the team lead with six points and tops the club in shooting percentage at 30.8, scoring four times on 13 shots. One day after making his season debut, Andrew Miller was assigned to Bakersfield of the American Hockey League on Thursday.
    OVERTIME
    1. Finnish RW Iiro Pakarinen was recalled from Bakersfield on Thursday after notching a goal and two assists in four games with the Condors.
    2. Washington has outscored its opponents 17-6 during its winning streak.
    3. Edmonton won both meetings between the teams last season, posting a one-goal victory at home and emerging victorious in a shootout at Washington.


    Preview: Carolina at Los Angeles
    When: 10:30 PM ET, Friday, October 23, 2015
    Where: Staples Center, Los Angeles, California

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    bha....prendo una multipla e sbaglio l'altra...fin qui ok...e passi anche i canucks che proprio in casa non vogliono vincere...ma mi sembrava di aver letto bene sui due Over....entrambi circa @2 di quota ed entrambi chiusi con 5 goals....sick.... (-2,25u alla fine)
    entrato largo senza problemi l'under di Nfl che praticamente mi fa chiudere pari la nottata
    @Donk...puoi cmq consigliare cose che ti piaccono o meno sul forum ma poi decidere cosa mettere come giocate principali su picka (che saranno poi anche quelle conteggiate nello status ovviamente)
    Ok perfetto

    Scusa se ti faccio sempre la stessa domanda, ma quando startate?

    Per oggi mi gioco sta tripla sull'hockey europeo( sto topic porta fortuna ): over 4.5 Iselhorn Augsburg, over 3.5 Karlskrona Frolunda e over 3.5 Madvasked Zagreb Barys Astana. Quota totale @2.16

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    NHL fino ad ora i Canadiens stanno travolengo tutti e non credo che siano proprio i Sabres a fermarli. Quindi il 2 dei Canadiens( a meno di clamorosi infortunati che poi vedrò) credo di giocarli. Da giocare assolutamente l'over 5.5 tra Islanders e Bruins ben pagato. E infine credo di provare anche una doppia tat King + Canadiens . Mi intriga anche l'over 5.5 tra Jets e Tampa, devo decidere meglio

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    Citazione Originariamente Scritto da donk32 Visualizza Messaggio
    Ok perfetto

    Scusa se ti faccio sempre la stessa domanda, ma quando startate?

    Per oggi mi gioco sta tripla sull'hockey europeo( sto topic porta fortuna ): over 4.5 Iselhorn Augsburg, over 3.5 Karlskrona Frolunda e over 3.5 Madvasked Zagreb Barys Astana. Quota totale @2.16
    spero davvero tra pochi giorni....stiamo ultimando le ultime cose e spero di startare dalla prossima settimana....ti assicuro che la mole di lavoro per montare un sito del genere è tanta...ma sarà una vera figata...pazientate ragazzi...nn sei il primo che me lo chiede. ho diversi amici ottimi nelle pick che vogliono utilizzare il sistema

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    spero davvero tra pochi giorni....stiamo ultimando le ultime cose e spero di startare dalla prossima settimana....ti assicuro che la mole di lavoro per montare un sito del genere è tanta...ma sarà una vera figata...pazientate ragazzi...nn sei il primo che me lo chiede. ho diversi amici ottimi nelle pick che vogliono utilizzare il sistema
    Non sono esperto in queste cose, però mi immagino che ci vuole molto lavoro.

    P.S. Siccome sono molto curioso, non è che potresti passarmi il link in privato per vedere la nuova interfaccia che avrà pickabet? Obv solo se possibile

    P.S. I tuoi amici bettano l'hockey su ghiaccio come me o gli sport principali tipo calcio e tennis?

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