Cash with the Flash Best Bets had another decent day on Friday, and it should have been much better had it not been for the Atlanta Braves beating the St Louis Cardinals Friday afternoon. Otherwise, it was a pretty good day for Cash with the Flash Best Bets.
The Toronto Maple
Leafs defeating the Columbus Blue Jackets was another NHL win and moved Cash
with the Flash Best Bets to 5-0 this season. Undefeated isn’t a bad
thing to be and while we know it can’t last forever, winning streaks are fun
and meant to be enjoyed.
with the Flash Best Bets doesn’t have any interest in the American League Playoffs
being played on Saturday and mainly because the numbers are not conducive for
profit and no point in wasting money on games that could go either way.
full slate of NHL games tonight that do have our interest and Cash
with the Flash Best Bets has a few suggestions for you to consider tonight.
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will be the third game in four nights for Toronto and they looked a bit sluggish
at the end of Friday nights win over Columbus. Montreal enters this game coming
off a shootout loss to Carolina. It appears Michael Hutchison will
be in the cage for Toronto tonight and he’s coming off a 3-4-2 season. Carey Price will be in
the nets for Montreal and was 0-1-2 last season against Toronto.
Usually, we would
suggest playing Toronto tonight, but Cash
with the Flash Best Bets is going to take a chance and roll with the
fresher team. Cash with the Flash Best Bets suggests playing Montreal to
defeat the Maple Leafs Saturday night in Toronto.
That number is
too high and we’re going to have to play the puck line if we want to play
Nashville, and we really want to play Nashville tonight. Especially when the
Predators are at Bridgestone Arena. This is the season opener for the Red Wings
and in the nets, tonight fort Detroit will likely be Jimmy Howard. The Predators
opened their season with a home victory over Minnesota and Nashville will probably
counter with Pekka Rinne guarding the cage.
the Flash Best Bets suggests playing Nashville to beat Detroit by two goals on Saturday night. Detroit is
rebuilding with new parts in key positions and hasn’t done much to improve upon
seasons’ 27th ranked defense. Nashville played great in their season
opener and looks to be a Central Division power again this season.
the Flash Best Bets: Penguins -1.5 Goals
the Flash Best Bets really likes the Penguins playing a Blue Jackets side
playing their second game on successive nights. Columbus didn’t look all that
great last night against Toronto, but it looks like rookie goaltender Elvis
Merzlikins will make his NHL debut guarding the cage for Columbus and Matt
Murrayis the likely Penguins starting goaltender.
with the Flash Best Bets suggests playing Pittsburgh to defeat Columbus on
Saturday night and not just because the Blue Jackets are starting a rookie
goaltender. Columbus looked a bit confused defensively last night against
Toronto and teams can’t get away with this against offensive powerhouses like
Pittsburgh. Columbus wasn’t all that great offensively either and Murray is good
enough to keep the Blue Jackets from getting more than a goal or two.
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