daniel plainviewWe called the Oilers to win and snap a historically bad losing streak of 11 games today for big return over the San Jose Sharks. Here was the write up:

“…I felt like something was broken with the raw numbers when is saw the EDMONTON OILERS as a play today. They’re probably the second worst team in the league, but I guess raw numbers see them in a spot here that the human¬†mind cannot fathom. *Raw NHL Numbers are 87-45 +25.85 Units this season. Vancouver looks solid, but with a gun to its head the computer chooses Edmonton? I want to take a look at this:
Under 10% of the bets are on Edmonton right now. No surprise, they’ve just lost their last 11 games straight. The worst losing streak we’ve seen in recent NHL history is -14.
Playing teams on 10 game or worst losing streaks has been a 18-17 +10.35 units WINNING betting proposition.
So I guess who the Edmonton Oilers are aside, this is a SPOT that yields profit. Take Edmonton small. They’re very bad, but you can have the glory and brag to all of your friends if you win with this team that nobody but old smart geezer gamblers are taking…”
*Since 2013, the San Jose Sharks are just 14-21 (40%, -28.86 units, +70.6% roi to fade) SU against very bad teams being outscored by over 0.3 goals per game. This trend is massive…

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