Posts Tagged ‘Phoenix Coyotes’

Detroit Red Wings vs. Phoenix Coyotes – Wikegård NHL Monday

Monday, November 8th, 2010

One match to focus on this Monday night in NHL, and it is a good one. Detroit Red Wings is in fine form and should beat Phoenix and get revenge for when they met at the end of October in Detroit.


Detroit Red Wings – Phoenix Coyotes 1 1.85


Detroit returns to Joe Louis Arena after a road-trip and will now play six matches on the trot at home. And sure they like to be there, having 4-1-0 as record so far this season. Red Wings have pulled things together and have won three of the last four matches in total. Phoenix Coyotes have lost three of their last four matches and are missing injured captain Shane Doan. Defender Ed Jovanovski is ill too. Detroit will win!


Mr Hockey picks his best NHL bets

Monday, October 25th, 2010

Niklas Wikegård – the former coach leading ice hockey voice in Swedish TV – is Mr Hockey at Expekt.com!

Every Monday he picks his best NHL bets that night – here is his choices this Monday:

Hi NHL fans!

Nashville Predators are current nr 1 in NHL – that is so thrilling. Rookie goal-keeper Anders Lindbäck has really got a flying start between the posts winning three out of four matches and it will be interesting to see how long Nashville lasts.

This NHL Monday night I go for a double with home wins for Montreal Canadiens and Columbus Blue Jackets. Yes – I think Philadelphia will struggle against The Jackets.

My bet
Columbus Blue Jackets – Philadelphia Flyers 1
Montreal Canadiens – Phoenix Coyotes 1
Odds: 5.98

Columbus is a bit underestimated and they don´t have the big stars as we see in many other teams. But they are building for the future and beat champions Chicago 3-2 on Saturday. Their odds have really good value against a Flyers side that is not really on top as a team yet.

Montreal Canadiens is all about speed and putting the opponent under pressure. Phoenix will be without injured captain Shane Doan and I don´t think they will stand the pressure in Montreal.

- Niklas Wikegård, Expekt