NHL Futures and Best Handicappers

With less than 2 weeks to go in the NHL regular season  the only thing for certain in The NHL playoff race and the race for the Best NHL Handicapper is the Washington Capitals have clinched the Presidents trophy for having the best regular season record. All that means is they probably won’t win the Stanley Cup. Since 2002 only 2 teams have won the Presidents Trophy and went on to win the Stanley Cup and that was the 2008 Detroit Red Wings and the 2013 Chicago Blackhawks. In fact in that time only 3 winners have even made it to the Finals, the Vancouver Canucks lost to Boston in 2011. In the Eastern Conference The NY Islanders, Boston, Philadelphia and Detroit are all 3 points apart for the final playoff spot and one of those teams will be left out. There’s a battle going on in the Western Conference for the #1 seed with Dallas and St Louis. Minnesota has a 3 point lead on Colorado for the 8 seed essentially the only team that can catch them. Let’s look at the futures as of 3/29 to win the East, West and The Stanley Cup. Click here for up to date odds.

Odds To Win The Eastern Conference

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Odds To Win The Western Conference

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Odds To Win The Stanley Cup

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The race for the best handicapper for the 2015-2016 season has come down to a 2 man race. Miguel DaSilva has a strong lead over Ben Burns but Burns has been closing the gap the last 30 days with a strong month of March. They couldn’t be any more different in their styles with DaSilva avg odds at +111 while Burns’ avg odds are -149. Let’s look at the numbers. Click the capper to go to their review page.
Miguel DaSilva
DaSilva is 139-125 0n the season (52.6%) making his nickel betting followers $12,100 on the season. His low win percentage is more than made up by his ability to find underdog winners all season long with his average picks getting odds of +111. Get The rest of his NHL season now at a discounted price or his 7 day all sports subscription for $174.95.
Ben Burns
Burns has a very impressive record of 153-94 (61.9%) and have made his nickel bettors $8,545. His high win percentage is offset a little by his high risk starting odds of -149. Get the rest of his nhl season for a discounted price or a 1 week all sports pass for $229.00.
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