It’s the game that everybody on both sides – from players to fans to management – circles on their calendars when the NHL schedule comes out, Kings vs. Flyers. Building on the in-depth preview posted earlier, we’re back with some all new tidbits related to tonight’s action. Per the norm, we’ll provide notes on a few things that may occur on the Kings side of the ice, and we have a guest to share thoughts related to the other bench. Joining us for Game 9 is David Strehle of The Fourth Period magazine. He’s allegedly a Philadelphia guru, we shall see.
Odds by MayorsManor:
3:1 – Ron Hextall and Dean Lombardi are shown hugging at least five times during the TV broadcast
8:1 – Robyn Regehr earns an assist
10:1 – Mike Richards nets a pair of goals, including the overtime winner
22:1 – Trevor Lewis makes a surprise return… and fights Wayne Simmonds to determine who truly is Drew Doughty’s BFF
70:1 – A line brawl breaks out in the second period
Odds by David Strehle:
1:2 – The Wells Fargo Center crowd will boo former Flyers forwards Mike Richards and Jeff Carter
2:1 – At least one of the ex-Flyers on the Kings scores a goal… and it’s likely to be Carter or Justin Williams at one of the most crucial points of the contest
10:1 – Wayne Simmonds and Brayden Schenn will each score against their former team
25:1 – The Flyers play a full 60 minutes, dominate attack zone time and outshoot the Kings by a wide margin
1,000:1 – Philadelphia wins in a shootout (if the tie-breaking skills competition is required to decide the outcome), with Nick Grossmann netting the improbable winning marker in the 18th round
See other recent odds articles here or lay some odds of your own in the comment section below. What do you think might happen?
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