The Caps was a good 'cap situationally, I saw another tout make them a top play so I was all in on them. But franchise quality matters: The Caps haven't been in the playoffs much, and when they did make it they are SU: 39-43 (0.02, 47.6%) despite being faves by an avg line of -126.3. As playoff faves they are only SU: 11-11 (0.27, 50.0%) with an avg line of -186.4. In retrospect, not a gang you want to put a GOY tag on.
The marketplace would strongly disagree with you Deijr. I put out the Capitals on Tuesday afternoon shortly after word came out that Kris Letang, arguably the Penguins' most important player, was suspended for this game. At that time I could get the Capitals at even money and even at plus money at a few shops. The Capitals closed as high as minus $1.40.
It's disheartening to see a Triple Star play - especially a Game of the Year type play - fall in the mix when you expect it to be an easy winner. The Capitals lost in overtime. Credit to the Penguins for excellent coaching and sucking it up.
I hope you have more Triple Star winners than losers. I had a five-goal Triple Star winner on Tuesday with the Blues on my Game of the Week. Did you play that? I am 29-17-1 (63 percent) on my last 47 Triple Stars. So you should be on the plus side if you were tailing.
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