Monday, Nov. 21 Avalanche plus $1.25 at Blue Jackets Granted, the Blue Jackets are playing well. But that makes them fat and happy. They are in a letdown spot here hosting Colorado after beating the Capitals on the road last night. The Blue Jackets defeated the Rangers at home two games ago. This is their third game in four days. They have Calgary on deck at home on Wednesday and then at Tampa Bay on Friday. So it's going to be tough from a motivation standpoint for Columbus to get excited about Colorado. The Avalanche can prove dangerous. They are playing well, too, with three victories in their last five games, including a huge road 'dog win in their last game two days ago against the Wild. Star goal scorer Nathan MacKinnon is getting hot and there's a strong possibility the Avalanche get back top goal scorer Matt Duchene, who has missed the past four games with a concussion. Colorado's first-year coach Jared Bednar was an assistant coach in the Columbus organization before taking the Colorado job. So you know he wants his team to show well against the Blue Jackets. The Avalanche are expected to go with their starting goalie, Semyon Varlamov, while the Blue Jackets are expected to go with second-string goalie Curtis McElhinney. He's one of the weaker backup goalies in the league.
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One edge i have been using the last few years has been the return from road trip angle...when teams play 3 or more straight and return they more times than not come home flat...worked last night again on Panthers over Rangers!!!any thoughts on this???
Makes sense Steven. I believe it's a negative for the home team playing their first game at home after just returning from a long trip.
Nice call here .....they controlled the game in the 2nd and 3rd ....had to sweat OT with the late tally in the 3rd , but still a W none the less