NHL Matches

Time12Betting

Wednesday 12th October 2016

23:00

Toronto Maple Leafs (16/13)

Ottawa Senators (3/4)

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Thursday 13th October 2016

00:00

Saint Louis Blues (25/19)

Chicago Blackhawks (7/10)

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02:00

Calgary Flames (10/9)

Edmonton Oilers (5/6)

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02:30

Los Angeles Kings (9/8)

San Jose Sharks (9/11)

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23:00

Boston Bruins (66/67)

Columbus Blue Jackets (15/16)

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23:00

Montreal Canadiens (7/8)

Buffalo Sabres (21/20)

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23:00

New York Islanders (14/11)

New York Rangers (8/11)

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23:00

Washington Capitals (7/6)

Pittsburgh Penguins (11/14)

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23:30

Detroit Red Wings (13/10)

Tampa Bay Lightning (5/7)

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23:30

New Jersey Devils (23/18)

Florida Panthers (13/18)

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Friday 14th October 2016

00:00

Carolina Hurricanes (16/13)

Winnipeg Jets (3/4)

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00:00

Minnesota Wild (23/18)

Saint Louis Blues (13/18)

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00:30

Anaheim Ducks (7/6)

Dallas Stars (11/14)

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Stanley Cup Outrights

Stanley Cup

Participant nameOddsBookieAll odds

Pittsburgh Penguins

9

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Washington Capitals

10

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Chicago Blackhawks

12

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St Louis Blues

12

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Dallas Stars

14

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Tampa Bay Lightning

14

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San Jose Sharks

18

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Anaheim Ducks

18

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Nashville Predators

20

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Florida Panthers

22

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