Saturday, November 04, 2006

Saturday's Three Play

Hey Peeps and anyone else checking in. A special "Hey" goes out to Hazel Mae.

A good night last night with both the Thrashers and Ducks winning - so that would put our account at +329.

Tonight's NHL Three Play

Calgary -$145 over St. Louis - this game could very well determine the fate of Calgary's head coach. The Flames blew a lead last night in Columbus, don't expect it to happen again. The Flames' season is slipping away, they need a win badly. Kiprusoff is back tonight - I'm taking Calgary to win. Lay $25 on the Flames.

San Jose -$200 over Pittsburgh - the Penguins young guns are flying high (Crosby, Malkin and Staal); but they have Joe Thornton, Johnathan Cheechoo, Patrick Marleau and the rest of the Sharks to deal with tonight. The Penguins are quick - the Sharks are quicker. I'm taking the Sharks tonight for $50.

New Jersey +$125 over Montreal - Martin Brodeur returns to Quebec and we all know that Francophone goalies usually come up with great games against Montreal. The Habs are off to a great start this season - but I think New Jersey can bring the Habs back down to earth. Lay $25 on the Devils.

That's your three play - for those of you wondering why I didn't take Buffalo tonight, I'm going out to watch the Leafs game tonight, and I'd like to enjoy it. I don't like betting against my team...I think Hazel would understand. Leaf Nation never goes against the boys in Blue and White.

Have a great afternoon peeps! Before I end this, CONGRATS go out to our Commish Drisc who announced that his lovely wife had delivered a beautiful young daughter last night. Commish, Mrs. Commish, young Commish Jrs (two boys) and little Ms. Commish are all doing well.

Hazel, I hope things are groovy in your world.

Song of the Day on Hazelspeeps - I heard a great edition of the History of Rock and Roll this morning - U2 turns 30. In honour of little Ms. Commish and U2

A Beautiful Day - U2.

Peesth Out...Buh Bye!


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