At this very moment in time the most interesting hockey betting in the playoff NHL odds, or anywhere in the universe for that matter is the round two gem between the Vancouver Canucks and the Chicago Blackhawks. Both of these teams are just hitting their stride and both are supremely talented. With the teams splitting the first two games of this NHL playoff betting matchup the next two games in Vancouver are must see hockey betting action.
This hockey betting competition on the road to the Stanley Cup odds action is by for the most compelling matchup in hockey right now for a number of reasons. Perhaps the most compelling reason is that both of these teams are talented and are playing at a very high level so if you like watching beautiful hockey do not miss this NHL postseason matchup.
The series got off to a great start in Chicago with the Canaucks stealing Game 1 on the road. Roberto Luongo was unbelievable, stopping nearly everything that came his direction and as one of the greats in the NHL betting right now he will be key Vancouver’s success. Game 2 of this playoff NHL odds matchup started off just like Game 1 with the Canucks jumping out to a commanding 2-0 lead and it looked as if this hockey betting series might be over before it even began.
But Vancouver let down its guard and the Hawks came crawling back and went on to win the NHL betting matchup 4-2. So after two games into this hockey betting matchup things are all tied up heading to B.C. But even though each team has won one game, the Canucks are in the drivers’ seat for this NHL playoff betting series. Vancouver has been the better team through the first two games and they hold the wildcard.
The wildcard’s name is Luongo and over the past few NHL playoff betting matchups he’s been superb. If he continues to play well this series will be over in 5 games. He was a bit unlucky in Game 2 as his defense left him isolated on several of the goals that Chicago netted. But he played well and there is no position more important in the NHL playoff betting than goalie. And he’s the reason why the Canucks will win both Game 3 and 4.