Colorado Avalanche vs St. Louis Blues Best Bet: All About the Value
Colorado Avalanche vs St. Louis Blues Best Bet: Monday, November 14th
Happy Monday, but don’t be blue because our resident puck pundit is here to brighten up the day again so we can start our week in style. Ej handed out a play with so much value last Friday, and you should happy to know he’s at it again on Monday. Motivation = Money!
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Colorado Avalanche vs St. Louis Blues Preview
November 15, 02:00 (UK time)
I know, that Friday night gem was so lovely and I hope you ended your week with a shopping spree from all of that value I gave you. Why settle for less when you know the Mayor of Value City is sitting here offering his tips with advantageous odds?
Why don’t we do it again? I had two ideas in mind for this hockey game on Monday night in Denver, and I will talk about them both. First of all, anyone who follows this hockey stuff like me expects goals to be scored in this building for some reason. It’s almost like how runs just get scored when the Rockies are home, even though their offense tends to be so bad away from home.
This isn’t like a traveling baseball though, so I don’t know what elevation does to make a puck find twine, but sometimes we just don’t need to care! The defending NHL Champions love home cooking
After tonight’s home game, the Avalanche will play their next 11 games at different venues until they finally play back-to-back home games on December 7 & 9. For me, when I see something like that, it’s really just one big road trip from November 17 to December 7. The Avs will play eight of those games as true away games, and with the two home games sandwiched in between road trips, they’ll just have to gear up and leave town again as soon as they get there. I always look ahead, because we have to know what’s coming up as much as we keep track of what’s been done too.
Anyway, Colorado is still missing Gabe Landeskog, and he’ll be out for another two months or so, and Val Nichushkin went down with an ankle injury the other night, and we know he’ll be out until mid-December now too. Nichushkin was putting up goals in his sleep during October, seemingly scoring every night as the Avs tend to do.
Colorado has already scored 25 goals in 6 home games, and over their last 4 outings, pucks are burning twine to no end. The Avalanche has won their last 4 games, 3 of which were here in Denver and no one has held them to less than 4 goals yet. Hell, before this 4-game win streak started they’ve found at least 4 goals even in a 5 – 4 loss to the Islanders, so are you getting my drift?
Now, St. Louis has gotten their stuff together of late, having won their last 2 games after quite a run of bad results before then. I caught the win against Vegas the other night, 3 – 2, and despite almost falling asleep in the opening frame they still found a way to each score a goal to end the 1st period 1 – 1. Anyone who watched that game as I did still can’t believe they cashed a BTTS in period 1 with only 10 total shots on goal and none of them even threatening outside of the two goals.
The game before that, St. Louis had a 1 – 1 opening frame, so you know me, right? Let’s go peek at what the line setters are going to give me for a 1 – 1 1st period. They made my smile hurt my face! Does that say 2.50 for me to expect another 1 – 1 so we can cash Both Teams to Score in the 1st Period?
Well lookie there, yes it does, and I already loved the Over 6.5 at 1.91 so which way does the Mayor of Value City go first? Stop it!
Colorado Avalanche vs St. Louis Blues Best Bet
Am I starting to get you to understand this Mayor thing? I don’t just give out tickets to ride, I give out value galore and here we are again. What you can do is play the Over 6.5 with OT included, and before that happens we can cash the BTTS to start the game too.
- Selection: Both Teams to Score 1st Period
- Best odds: 2.50 (Unibet)
- Stakes: 4/10
Odds as of 9:00 am November 14th, 2022. Odds may now differ.