NHL Pro Hockey Sports Betting Odds Previews for Wednesday

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The 2014-15 NHL Regular season will get underway at Wednesday October 8th and scheduled over national television are two outstanding matchups that will greatly satisfy the appetite of pro hockey bettors worldwide. The action on the ice gets underway at 7:30PM Eastern Time. There is no Major League Baseball playoff games scheduled on Wednesday so the NHL will take center stage.

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Two Eastern conference foes will go head to head at 7:30PM Eastern Time over NBC Sports Network as the Philadelphia Flyers will hit the road to face the Boston Bruins. The current over under season point total available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Philadelphia Flyer projected for 88 ½ points. The projected point total on Boston is 107 ½ points. The teams went head to head three times last year with Boston winning all three gamed. The lone game held in Boston was won by the Bruins 5-2 as a -170 wagering favorite. Boston scored 14 goals in the three games.

The late night game out west will have the San Jose Sharks hitting the road to face the defending Stanley Cup Champion LA Kings. The Sharks and Kings get underway from Staples Center in Los Angeles at 10PM Eastern Time and NBC Sports Network will provide the coast to coast broadcast. The LA Kings will raise their 2013-14 Stanley Cup Championship Banner in this their home opener. They have now won two Cups in the past three years. The Sharks are projected to earn 101 ½ points this season while the defending Stanley Cup Champion LA Kings are lined to earn 102 ½ points. The Kings and Sharks have a storied history. They have met several times in the Stanley Cup Playoffs but 2014 saw LA do the unthinkable. The two teams met in Round 1 of the playoffs and the Sharks skated to a 3-0 lead in the series. In those three games the Sharks outscored the Kings by a 17-8 margin. Game three was won by the Sharks on King ice in overtime. Despite the punch to the gut the LA Kings rallied and recovered from a 0-3 deficit to win the next four games.

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