NHL Props for the New Year

As we approach the conclusion of a very tumultuous 2016, there’s a good deal of folks wondering what is on the horizon and whether the grass is going to be greener on the other side. Sportsbooks are benefiting from our fascination and wonderment by offering us props pertinent to the 2017 half of their 2016-17 NHL season.
BetWay is one of the main culprits and is offering three intriguing propositions for the next half. I have broken these down props and discovered the value for you so that you won’t have to make it the New Year’s resolution to stop sports gambling.
Will an Original Six team win the Stanley Cup?
I don’t adore at least one of these props’ worth but this one has the best chance of cashing. Even the Rangers, Canadiens and Blackhawks are sitting in prime position to complete the season near the very top of their various divisions and the Bruins seem like they could also get into the playoffs if Tuukka Rask keeps up his crazy play.
Even if those groups make the playoffs, they will be only four of 16 teams vying for the Cup — providing an Original Six team a 25 percent chance to win. If the odds were honest, this prop would be paying 4 to 1. I know books have to protect themselves but I believe they’re being a bit greedy here.Will that a goaltender win the Hart Memorial Trophy?
Carey Price achieved this feat from 2015 therefore it is definitely possible. Nevertheless, there is lots of variables going against the netminders bidding for the MVP trophy.
Factor No. 1: There are too many good goalies this season. Multiple crease occupiers such as Devan Dubnyk and Sergei Bobrovsky are playing out of their heads at the moment, limiting the value of different goaltenders around the league. Those guys’ numbers are similar to the ones being posted by Cost and Rask this season so unless one of those tendies breaks away from the pack in the second half, it is not likely to happen.
Factor No. 2: Sidney Crosby is back. Sid has been the poster boy for the NHL since he was drafted back in 2004 and if the league gets a chance to anoint its own prince, it does. This was confirmed last year when Sid the Kid won the Conn Smythe despite Matt Murray carrying the Pens to the Cup as a rookie. Crosby is now leading the league in goals and has a serious chance to win the Hart, Maurice Rocket Richard and Art Ross trophies.

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