Bet19.com Hockey Odds on Bet19
With the NHL lockout making everyone forget that hockey ever existed, it still doesn't stop us from
reviewing Hockey odds, props and all the fantastic betting options
that are still available for Hockey season. Unfortunately there is only one prop available for
NHL section, and well, in all likelihood even that is a waste of time. However, a 2005 season may
still come and who's to say you won't regain interest by then.
Bet19.com Typical NHL Lines
You have money lines, standard odds, totals, props and the like. You can also cross
sport parlay the NHL with other sports if need be. After all, you'll probably want to, just in case
the NHL team you took gets contracted.
Bet19.com One Remaining NHL Betting Prop
Has the 2005 Stanley Cup champion prop still on the board, in the slim chance the season will
actually commence. But we all know it won't. So in lieu, here are some fun props to pass the time.
Sergei Federov/Tara Reid total months together. The over/under is set at eleven months, which is
unusually long for a celebrity relationship. However, Tara and Sergei have each had a history of
maintaining their relationships past the six month barrier and Sergei seems like the clingy type
who won't let Tara get away so easily. In addition, with the NHL season kaput, it gives more time
for Sergei to spend with Tara and make her jealous with all his Anna Kournikova stories. On the flip
side, it also gives more time for Pavel Bure to swoop in and sabotage the entire relationship.
Todd Bertuzzi Random Street Attacks. The over/under has to be at four. With eighty hours of
community service and no outlet for his rage, Bertuzzi will most likely take it out on the
unknowing citizens of Vancouver. I see him sneaking up behind random strangers and driving their
heads into the ground, all while wearing his Canucks jersey. Then while trying to find a cure for
cancer, he gets shot up with gamma rays and becomes the Incredible Hulk.
Will the NHL Have a Salary Cap? Odds would have to be even both ways.
The owners are taking a hard line stance, but they took a beating in the press for not accepting
the player's last offer to reduce their salaries by twenty percent. In the end, there's going to be
a lot of posturing, a lot of prick waving and a whole lot of nothing. And you know what
everyone will say? The real losers are the fans. Or are they? Fans will be saving boatloads of
money, while the owners and players will be losing millions. Will they miss their hockey?
Sure they will. But life went on before hockey and life will go on after it. Or will it?
Perhaps the fate of the universe...ah, never mind.