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    Batti il 5 Guru amicone mio dell'NHL. Stanotte li abbiamo massacrati con un bel en plein . Sull'NHL sto giocando solo a colpo sicuro e ci sto prendendo bene. Tampa doveva ritornare alla vittoria e non perdeva 3 partite day playoff contro i Blackwaks. I Penguins con quegli attaccanti sono formidabili e sinceramente mi sarei aspettato + gol. Boston non era una giocata sicura. Io non so se me l'avrei giocata. Mi piacevano molto ma poi vedendo che anche te l'avevi inserita, non ci ho pensato due volte a giocarmela

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    a fatica ma entrano tutte e 2...raddoppio di 5u ottimo.....ok anche i bruins che vincono in Arizona

    ps: 2 su 2 anche in Mlb, ottimo sabato

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    NHL - Risultati 17 Ottobre

    Canadiens 4, Red Wings 1
    MONTREAL -- Brendan Gallagher, Jeff Petry, Tomas Plekanec and Brian Flynn scored as the Montreal Canadiens improved to 6-0-0 with a 4-1 victory over the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday night.
    Rookie Dylan Larkin scored to extend his season-opening point streak to five games for the Red Wings.
    Carey Price stopped 21 shots for Montreal and Petr Mrazek made 37 saves for Detroit.


    Blackhawks 4, Blue Jackets 1
    CHICAGO -- Artem Anisimov and Teuvo Teravainen scored 65 seconds apart and Marian Hossa chipped in his first goal of the season to propel Chicago over winless Columbus.
    Brandon Saad, who was playing in Chicago for the first time since his offseason trade from the Blackhawks to the Blue Jackets, was honored during the first television timeout. The home fans gave him a standing ovation for helping Chicago win its third Stanley Cup in six seasons.
    Jack Johnson scored an unassisted goal in the third period for Columbus (0-6-0), which has been outscored 30-13 this season.


    Predators 4, Senators 3 (SO)
    OTTAWA -- James Neal completed his big night by scoring the decisive goal in the shootout as Nashville defeated Ottawa.
    Neal also scored two power play goals in regulation as the Predators improved to 4-1-0. His winner was off a shot that beat the Senators' Craig Anderson on the stick side.
    Nashville looked to be on its way to victory in regulation until Ottawa's Mike Hoffman scored his second goal of the night with a blast from the point with 3:32 left in regulation.


    Islanders 6, Sharks 3
    NEW YORK -- Kyle Okposo scored a tiebreaking goal 4:18 into the third period as New York handed San Jose its first loss of the season.
    Islanders goaltender Jaroslav Halak stopped 22 shots in his season debut after recovering from an upper-body injury. Johnny Boychuk, Anders Lee, Josh Bailey, Brock Nelson and Frans Nielson added goals for New York (3-1-1).
    Joe Pavelski, Nikolay Goldobin and Joel Ward scored while Alex Stalock made 28 saves in his first action of the season for the Sharks (4-1-0).


    Capitals 4, Hurricanes 1
    WASHINGTON -- Nicklas Backstrom celebrated his season debut with a goal and two assists and T.J. Oshie added a goal and an assist in Washington's victory.
    John Carlson and Alex Ovechkin added third period goals for the Capitals (3-1-0), who won the final two games of its four-game season-opening homestand. Braden Holtby had 18 saves for Washington.
    Jeff Skinner's goal midway through the third period pulled Carolina (1-4-0) to within 2-1.


    Penguins 2, Maple Leafs 1
    PITTSBURGH -- Former Toronto star Phil Kessel had a quiet night in his first game against his former team, but Pittsburgh rode quick-strike goals in the first period by Evgeni Malkin and Olli Maatta to victory.
    The Penguins' Sidney Crosby didn't register a point for the fifth consecutive game, his longest stretch to start a season.
    Pittsburgh's Marc-Andre Fleury made 26 saves in his 600th NHL game to outplay Jonathan Bernier (31 saves), who is 0-4-2 in his career versus the Penguins.


    Lightning 2, Sabres 1
    TAMPA, Fla. -- Alex Killorn scored the game-winning goal on a power play at 16:03 of the third period to lift Tampa Bay.
    Killorn scored his first goal of the season after Tyler Johnson found him on a sharp pass with Buffalo goaltender Chad Johnson out of position. Killorn sent the puck into the open end of the net for the easy goal.
    The Sabres' Sam Reinhart scored the first goal of his NHL career at 2:52 in the first period off of a nice pass from Tyler Ennis.


    Stars 4, Panthers 2
    SUNRISE, Fla. -- Tyler Seguin scored the winning goal with 3:02 left in the third period as Dallas rallied from a two-goal deficit.
    Seguin had two goals and an assist to power the Stars (4-1-0). Dallas also got two goals from Jamie Benn, including an empty-netter with 18.6 seconds left.
    Florida (3-2-0) got goals from Aleksander Barkov and Brandon Pirri.


    Oilers 5, Flames 2
    CALGARY, Alberta -- Connor McDavid put on his first big show with two goals and an assist to lead Edmonton to its first win of the season.
    McDavid, the much-hyped first overall pick in the 2015 draft, scored the go-ahead goal late in the second period, set up the Oilers' fourth goal in the third period and chipped in a nice feed from Taylor Hall for the fifth goal with 3:28 left in the game. Hall also had a three-point night with a goal and two assists.
    David Jones scored both goals for the Flames, who are winless in three games at home to start the season and 1-4-0 overall.


    Bruins 5, Coyotes 3
    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Brad Marchand had a short-handed goal in his return to the lineup, David Krejci added a goal and two assists and Patrice Bergeron scored two third-period goals as Boston survived an Arizona rally for its second straight win.
    The Coyotes opened the scoring at 2:12 of the first period on a play that Boston coach Claude Julien challenged because he thought Joe Vitale interfered with goalie Tuukka Rask. Shane Doan was credited with the goal because he was the closest to the puck, but Kevan Miller did the work, kicking the puck into the net as he stopped in front of the crease to move traffic out from in front of Rask.
    The goal gave Doan his 900th career point. Dale Hawerchuk is the only other player in franchise history to reach 900. He had 929

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    NHL - Preview 18 Ottobre

    Preview: New Jersey at NY Rangers
    When: 1:00 PM ET, Sunday, October 18, 2015
    Where: Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
    The New Jersey Devils attempt to record their first victory of the season when they visit the Metropolitan Division-rival New York Rangers on Sunday afternoon. New Jersey has struggled offensively over its first four games, scoring a total of six goals en route to an 0-3-1 record.
    The Devils were held to one tally for the third time Friday but managed to earn their first point of the campaign in a 2-1 shootout loss to San Jose. New York got off to a strong start by winning its first three games, but has faltered of late. The Rangers scored a total of 12 goals during their winning streak but combined for one tally in losses to Winnipeg and Montreal this week. New York swept the four-game season series in 2014-15, netting 17 tallies in the process.
    TV: 1 p.m. ET, MSG Plus (New Jersey), MSG (New York)
    ABOUT THE DEVILS (0-3-1): New Jersey did a nice job salvaging a point Friday as Adam Henrique converted a power-play opportunity with 3:48 remaining in regulation. The goal was Henrique's team-leading second of the season and the Devils' fourth with the man advantage. While entering Saturday ranked eighth in power-play percentage (26.7), New Jersey has allowed a league-high two short-handed goals.
    ABOUT THE RANGERS (3-2-0): Some goaltenders seem to always have a certain team's number and for New York, that goaltender is Carey Price. The reigning Hart and Vezina Trophy winner made 25 saves on Thursday to post his seventh shutout in 18 regular-season games against the Rangers. "For some reason, he likes to play us," Henrik Lundqvist told reporters. "But you just have to give him a lot of credit, the way he's been very consistent against us."
    OVERTIME
    1. Rangers rookie C Oscar Lindberg (four) and RW Mats Zuccarello have combined for seven goals, but neither has registered an assist.
    2. New Jersey LW Mike Cammalleri leads the team with three points but has been kept off the scoresheet in each of his last two games.
    3. New York is 1-for-14 on the power play, with C Derick Brassard scoring the lone goal.


    Preview: St. Louis at Winnipeg
    When: 3:00 PM ET, Sunday, October 18, 2015
    Where: MTS Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba
    It is far too early in the season to draw any definitive conclusions, but the St. Louis Blues already are making an impression during their current six-game road trip. The Blues visit the Winnipeg Jets on Sunday riding a three-game winning streak after dropping the opening contest of their early-season trek, and in Friday’s victory at Vancouver, they showed plenty of resolve as a three-goal lead with less than four minutes remaining nearly disappeared.
    “It wasn’t pretty, but it doesn’t have to be,” goaltender Jake Allen told reporters after making 31 saves, several down the stretch while the Canucks whittled the their deficit to one with a pair of late tallies. Of concern is the loss of center Paul Stastny, who left Friday’s game with a right leg injury. Now the Blues go to Winnipeg to face a Jets squad with which they are tied atop the Central Division. The Jets lead the NHL in goals with 18 in their five games but were sluggish for most of their home opener against Calgary on Friday before Dustin Byfuglien scored the game-winner with 1:28 remaining in a 3-1 triumph.
    TV: 3 p.m. ET, FSN Midwest (St. Louis), TSN 3 (Winnipeg)
    ABOUT THE BLUES (4-1-0): Vladimir Tarasenko has been fantastic one season after scoring 37 goals, recording points in all five games and totaling two assists against Vancouver. Troy Brouwer has notched four assists, but losing Stastny – who recorded an assist for the fourth consecutive game before taking a shot off his leg that will keep him sidelined for the remainder of the road trip – leaves a big hole in the middle of the Blues’ first line. Defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk has missed the last two games with a lower-body injury.
    ABOUT THE JETS (4-1-0): Blake Wheeler followed Byfuglien’s go-ahead goal with an empty-net tally Friday, giving him a five-game points streak and a team-high seven points. Ondrej Pavelec recorded 19 saves and has combined with Michael Hutchinson to surrender 1.8 goals per contest through five games. Bryan Little has tallied three times in his last two games and the Jets have outscored opponents 8-2 in third periods.
    OVERTIME
    1. Jori Lehtera’s goal in the first period Friday marked the first time this season the Blues have not surrendered the game’s opening tally.
    2. The Jets held Calgary to nine shots in the final 40 minutes Friday, allowing just one in a 19-minute, 33-second stretch.
    3. Veteran C Scott Gomez made his debut with the Blues on Friday, recording one shot over 7:14 of ice time in his 1,046th NHL contest.


    Preview: Minnesota at Anaheim
    When: 8:00 PM ET, Sunday, October 18, 2015
    Where: Honda Center, Anaheim, California
    There is another drought in California and while it cannot be compared to the severe lack of precipitation in the Golden State, the Anaheim Ducks' offensive ineptness is nearly as remarkable. Anaheim has scored once during its 0-3-1 start as it hosts the Minnesota Wild on Sunday in the final contest of its four-game homestand, but first-year wing Carl Hagelin knows it may only be a matter of time before the Ducks make it rain goals.
    "We have to understand we’re a team with a lot of guys who can score goals," Hagelin told reporters after Anaheim's 3-0 loss to Colorado on Friday. "You have to look back at those moments. All it takes is one shot. One lucky bounce. Once that happens, it should be a snowball effect." Minnesota has had no such issues, scoring 12 times en route to a 3-0-0 start before falling 2-1 in overtime to Los Angeles on Friday after playing in Arizona the previous night. "... I think the guys were feeling it, and to me that's the mental toughness that I appreciate right there,'' Wild coach Mike Yeo told reporters. "We didn't accept being tired in that situation. We dug in and got to our game in the third period and earned a huge point." Minnesota left wing Zach Parise is off to a blazing start with five goals on 18 shots and, like defenseman Ryan Suter (team-high five assists), has recorded a point in all four games - all one-goal contests for the Wild.
    TV: 8 p.m. ET, NHLN, FSN North, FSN Wisconsin (Minnesota), Prime Ticket, FSN San Diego (Anaheim)
    ABOUT THE WILD (3-0-1): Minnesota has three players with two goals apiece - captain Mikko Koivu, Charlie Coyle and Thomas Vanek, who recorded his 300th career tally Thursday. The Wild have scored a power-play goal in each game and are 4-for-17 with the man advantage. Devan Dubnyk (3-0-0, 3.00 goals-against average, .892 save percentage) is expected back in net after Darcy Kuemper made 35 saves Friday in his season debut.
    ABOUT THE DUCKS (0-3-1): With an eye-popping 92 shots that either hit the net, missed the net or were blocked Friday, Anaheim is getting its chances. "From beginning to end, there was no quit in this team," coach Bruce Boudreau told reporters. "It’s pretty disappointing for everybody. There is nobody in this organization that is happy right now. I saw signs of pulling out of it. I firmly believe if we get one goal, we’ll get three or four. Right now, it’s just a struggle to score." Anaheim called up Shea Theodore and Korbinian Holzer from San Diego of the American Hockey League after fellow defensemen Simon Despres (upper body) and Clayton Stoner (lower body) were placed on injured reserve Saturday.
    OVERTIME
    1. Anaheim is 0-for-11 on the power play and has successfully killed 10-of-11 penalties while Minnesota has allowed four goals in 17 short-handed situations.
    2. Wild LW Jason Zucker is a native of Huntington Beach, about 20 miles from Anaheim.
    3. The Ducks have won nine of the last 10 meetings with eight of the victories - including all three encounters last season - by one goal.


    Preview: Edmonton at Vancouver
    When: 9:00 PM ET, Sunday, October 18, 2015
    Where: Rogers Arena, Vancouver, British Columbia
    After beginning the season with four straight losses, the Edmonton Oilers look to make it two wins in as many nights when they visit the Vancouver Canucks on Sunday. Edmonton was held to five goals during its skid but matched that total in Saturday's victory at Calgary.
    Rookie phenom Connor McDavid broke out with his first multi-goal and multi-point performances with two tallies and an assist after recording one goal in his first four NHL contests. Vancouver remains in search of its first victory at Rogers Centre as it continues its five-game homestand. All three of the Canucks' wins this season have come on the road as they dropped an overtime decision to Calgary in their home opener Oct. 10 before kicking off the homestand with a 4-3 setback against St. Louis on Friday. Vancouver swept the five-game season series in 2014-15, posting four one-goal triumphs (one in a shootout, one in overtime) and a 2-0 victory.
    TV: 9 p.m. ET, RSN
    ABOUT THE OILERS (1-4-0): McDavid tops the club with three goals and shares the team lead in points (four) with Taylor Hall, who recorded a goal and two assists Saturday. Nail Yakupov has notched three points and four Oilers have two after Edmonton entered the first installment of this season's Battle of Alberta without a player with more than one point this campaign. All five of Edmonton's goals Saturday were scored by first-overall draft picks (McDavid, Hall, Yakupov and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins).
    ABOUT THE CANUCKS (3-1-1): Adam Cracknell's reign as Vancouver's leader in goals ended Friday. Cracknell, who hadn't tallied in the NHL since 2012-13 with St. Louis, scored his second goal of the young season Tuesday at Los Angeles but was joined Friday as Brandon Sutter, Jared McCann and Daniel Sedin each netted their second. Sutter has paid early dividends as he has recorded a club-high five points over five games in his first season since being acquired from the Pittsburgh Penguins in July.
    OVERTIME
    1. The Canucks have struggled on the power play, going 1-for-18.
    2. Saturday's victory was the first behind Edmonton's bench for Todd McLellan.
    3. Vancouver RW Radim Vrbata, who led the team with 31 goals last season, has yet to record a point this campaign.


    Preview: Colorado at Los Angeles
    When: 10:00 PM ET, Sunday, October 18, 2015
    Where: Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
    The Los Angeles Kings look to build off their first victory of 2015-16 when they face off against the Colorado Avalanche on Sunday in the finale of their season-opening five-game homestand. Los Angeles scored a total of two goals in losing its first three contests and still struggled to find the net in Friday's win over Minnesota, tallying once in regulation before Anze Kopitar netted his first of the campaign at 2:19 of overtime.
    The Kings finally broke through with the man advantage in the victory, improving to 1-for-17 on the season. Colorado is wrapping up its trip to Southern California after posting a 3-0 triumph in Anaheim on Friday. John Mitchell continued his torrid pace, scoring into an empty net late in the third period to give him a goal in each of the Avalanche's four games. Los Angeles swept the three-game season series in 2014-15, outscoring Colorado 12-4 in the process.
    TV: 10 p.m. ET, Altitude (Colorado), FSN West (Los Angeles)
    ABOUT THE AVALANCHE (2-2-0): Colorado will be without Tyson Barrie as the defenseman was suspended three three games by the NHL on Saturday night for his hit on Anaheim's Simon Despres. Barrie left his feet and delivered a shoulder to the head of Despres, who was placed on injured reserve by the Ducks on Saturday with an upper-body injury. Reto Berra, who likely will return to the bench Sunday in favor of Semyon Varlamov, recorded a 35-save shutout in his season debut Friday after posting one blanking in his first 41 NHL starts.
    ABOUT THE KINGS (1-3-0): Tyler Toffoli scored the power-play goal Friday, giving him a team-high two tallies this season. Jeff Carter notched his second assist of the campaign on the play to tie Toffoli for the club lead in points. Los Angeles does not have a player on the positive side in plus/minus as defensemen Matt Greene (three games) and Derek Forbort (one) top the team with an even rating.
    OVERTIME
    1. Kings captain Dustin Brown has yet to tally despite leading the club with 16 shots.
    2. Mitchell is tied for the team lead in goals with captain Gabriel Landeskog, who is even with C Nathan MacKinnon for the top spot on Colorado with six points.
    3. Los Angeles D Brayden McNabb is expected to play Sunday after taking a shot off his foot against Minnesota.

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    Citazione Originariamente Scritto da gurupoker Visualizza Messaggio
    a fatica ma entrano tutte e 2...raddoppio di 5u ottimo.....ok anche i bruins che vincono in Arizona

    ps: 2 su 2 anche in Mlb, ottimo sabato
    Alcuni di un altro forum mi hanno detto che mi seguiranno anche se a pagamento. Ma quando si parte su pickabet?

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    Citazione Originariamente Scritto da donk32 Visualizza Messaggio
    Alcuni di un altro forum mi hanno detto che mi seguiranno anche se a pagamento. Ma quando si parte su pickabet?
    dalla prossima settimana dovremmo riuscire ad uscire....il lavoro fatto tanto e ci sono molte cose da sistemare perch tutto funzioni visto che da montare non semplice come sito, ma sar una grande figata...portate pazienza che arriva.

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    Rangers e Vancouver anche le mie. La penso come te sui Duck e che secondo me la spunteranno e provo la vittoria in singola, per mi piace anche l'under 5.5 che un segno sempre uscito nei precedenti ad Anaheim

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    babba bia ranger e canucks.....riprendo qualcosina con i ducks che finalmente si sbloccano

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    NHL - Risultati 18 Ottobre

    Ducks 4, Wild 1
    ANAHEIM, Calif. -- The Anaheim Ducks ended a nearly season-long offensive drought with a 4-1 win over the Minnesota Wild on Sunday night in front of 16,784 at the Honda Center.
    Cam Fowler scored the Ducks' first goal in 173 consecutive minutes midway through the first period while centers Rickard Rakell and Mike Santorelli, and defenseman Hampus Lindholm also scored.
    Anton Khudobin made 34 saves in his second start of the season as the Ducks earned their first win. Minnesota absorbed its second successive loss after winning its first three games.
    Nino Niederreiter scored for Minnesota, while Devan Dubnyk finished with 18 saves.


    Kings 2, Avalanche 1 (OT)
    LOS ANGELES -- Tyler Toffoli scored the go-ahead goal in the second period, and Los Angeles defeated Colorado for the sixth consecutive time.
    Jonathan Quick stopped 22 of 23 shots as the Kings capped a five-game homestand with their second win in a row. Marian Gaborik also scored for Los Angeles.
    Reto Berra, who blanked the Anaheim Ducks on Friday in a 3-0 decision, saved 38 of 40 attempts for the Avalanche.


    Blues 4, Jets 2
    WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- Vladimir Tarasenko scored a pair of goals to power St. Louis over Winnipeg at the MTS Center.
    Scottie Upshall and Carl Gunnarsson also scored for St. Louis while Mathieu Perreault and Drew Stafford scored for the Jets.
    St. Louis goalie Brian Elliott made 27 saves for his fourth win of the young season, while Ondrej Pavelec stopped 37 shots in the Winnipeg net.


    Devils 2, Rangers 1
    NEW YORK -- Lee Stempniak scored with 1:53 remaining in overtime to give New Jersey a victory against the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden.
    The win was the first of the season for the Devils.
    Adam Henrique also scored his third goal for the Devils, who received 26 saves from goaltender Cory Schneider.
    Derek Stepan scored his third goal of the season while Henrik Lundqvist made 22 saves.


    Oilers 2, Canucks 1 (OT)
    VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Lauri Korpikoski scored at 1:27 of three-on-three overtime to give Edmonton a victory over Vancouver.
    Nail Yakupov, on a power play, also scored for Edmonton. Connor McDavid, the first overall pick in this year's draft, had an assist. Defenseman Matt Bartkowski scored for Vancouver.
    Ryan Miller stopped 22 shots for Vancouver while Oilers goalie Anders Nilsson made 33 saves

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