Senators vs Maple Leafs 02/17/21 – Odds and NHL Betting Trends

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Goaltending questions and an epic collapse in their last outing makes the Toronto Maple Leafs low-reward and all risk on the moneyline, so bettors might find better value within totals props.
The Maple Leafs are -310 favorites and the Ottawa Senators are +255 underdogs with a 6.5-goal total on the NHL odds for Wednesday at sportsbooks monitored by Toronto is 15-5 in its last 20 home games when it went deeper than -225 on the moneyline, with the OVER hitting 12 times. Ottawa has won its last two road matchups where it was an underdog of +225 or more, but is 3-17 in its last 20 away games when its price passed that mark. The total has gone OVER in 10 of the last 15 Senators-Maple Leaf matchups.
Senators vs Maple Leafs | OddsShark Matchup Report
Toronto is 3-5 in its last eight games when it was also playing the following day, with the total going OVER six times at sports betting sites. Ottawa is 3-8 in its last 11 games on the front end of a back-to-back, with the total going OVER eight times
The teams play again on Thursday. Toronto is 5-15 in its last 20 games when it played the …

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Author: Nation World HQ / The Leafs Nation

Hyun Jin Ryu shines and Nate Pearson struggles as the Blue Jays earn a split in their Buffalo homecoming

A near heartbreaker, a near epic comeback, a bunch of home runs, and a bunch of gaffes. Wild times in Buffalo. I’m not even really sure how to wrap my head around what happened over the past couple of days.

Things worth mentioning…

Hyun Jin Ryu made the start as the Blue Jays and Marlins played the first big-league game in Buffalo in over a century and his outing went incredibly well. Ryu was an ace on Tuesday, tossing six innings of one-run ball while surrendering just a couple of hits and a couple of walks. His only mistake of the game came when Brian Anderson smashed a 3-2 changeup over the wall. But, otherwise, Ryu was excellent. He mixed his fastball, cutter, sinker, changeup, and curve effectively, picking up seven strikeouts and allowing just two hard-hit balls.
Unfortunately, Ryu didn’t end up with the W. This game had all the makings of a classic 2020 Blue Jays heartbreaker. A great start, the offence squeaks out a few runs, and then there’s a late-game meltdown out of nowhere. In the ninth inning, Anthony Bass allowed a two-out, three-run, game-tying homer to Francisco Cervelli, the …

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Author: Cam Lewis / Blue Jays Nation

Can the Toronto Raptors shake a championship hangover?

The Toronto Raptors championship celebration was long and epic. How will the defending NBA Champions deal with a hangover that is sure to be the same? This past summer, during the Toronto Raptors championship parade, Marc Gasol’s celebration embodied how Raptors fans felt about their championship win. Although Marc had only been with the team for half a season, […]
Can the Toronto Raptors shake a championship hangover? – Raptors Rapture – Raptors Rapture – A Toronto Raptors Fan Site – News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Author: Zak McDonald / Raptors HQ

Listen to That’s A Rap #25: Post-Game 7 vs. Sixers Reaction

An epic shot to end an epic series can only be summarized by an epic podcast. Join in the celebration and listen to the latest episode of That’s A Rap. ADFGASJIWERASDOJNAERHWEJIBDFPOWBEUHBVASOERHJKVSJ
How’s that for trying to capture our collective noises after Kawhi Leonard hit “The Shot?” Kawhi hit the shot that won the game. Kawhi hit the shot that won the series. Kawhi hit the shot that erased 18 years of re-watching the same VC-rim-out-AI-celebrating highlight. Kawhi hit the shot that propelled the Raptors to the highest of heights — a final four date with the league’s best team.
Before moving forward, let’s relive this epic Game 7. Where were you when Kawhi hit The Shot?

On The Latest Episode:
Game 7 in a best-of-7 series carries more pressure than Game 5 in a best-of-5 series. Conference Semis are more important than the Conference Quarters. Joel Embiid is one of the best defenders in the NBA, while Craig Ehlo never was. Sorry MJ, but Kawhi’s shot has just overwrote the existing NBA file titled, TheShot.gif.
Toronto played with the drive and energy that was simply non-existent in Game 6. Name your hustle play — offensive rebounds, steals, charges taken — and the …

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Author: JayRosales / Raptors HQ