Europe’s most prominent sport’s rivalry resumes on Wednesday, December 18, when Barcelona hosts Real Madrid. The two clubs are tied at 72 wins apiece against each other in La Liga, making this match important for bragging rights across the two fan bases. The home team, Barcelona, opens as the favourite over Real Madrid as the two clubs look to break a tie for the top spot in the La Liga standings.
2017 NHL Playoff Odds: Anaheim Ducks vs Calgary Flames Picks
Anaheim vs Calgary 2017 NHL Playoff Odds
You ever feel like this just isn’t your year? The Flames were down 2 games to none, then collapsed with a 3 goal lead and now have a 3 game deficit because of it. If that doesn’t cut the hearts out of their bodies, I don’t know what will. This game will be in Calgary and you’re sure to see lots of “We Still Believe” signs. But it’s hard to imagine this team still believes.
Where did it all go wrong? The Flames were up 4-1 and had a 5-3 man advantage on the power play. Let’s bottle this energy and put it into our next game to tie the series, right? Wrong. The wheels fell off, one by one as the stunned crowd tried to cheer their team a figurative tire iron.
The Ducks scored 4 straight goals, including the winner in overtime. All the loud fans were now silenced, except the murmur of “What the hell just happened.” An elimination game can either re-inspire your passion or drain your confidence. Which will it be tonight? I’m betting on passion and you should too.
Anaheim vs Calgary Series TV Schedule in Canada
- Wednesday, April 19 at 10 p.m. – Anaheim at Calgary (CBC)
- *Friday, April 21 at TBD – Calgary at Anaheim (TBD)
- *Sunday, April 23 at TBD – Anaheim at Calgary (TBD)
- *Tuesday, April 25 at TBD – Calgary at Anaheim (TBD)
Anaheim vs Calgary Game 4 Prediction
The Game: Tonight’s game will be played in Calgary, in front of a crowd that will try to cheer this into not being the last game of the season for the hometown Flames. Even if they’re up a goal or two, there will be a nervous energy in the building (and on the ice) until the final buzzer goes off.
Prediction: Calgary (+1.5) at Sports Interaction.
The good news is I think the Flames will win tonight. They can skate onto the ice with one of two attitudes tonight. “I am so done with this” or “Nothing to lose. Die with no bullets left in the holster.” You can expect them to go with the latter, in front of a boisterous hometown crowd. They know they should be playing to tie the series tonight, but they blew it. But none of those goals count in tonight’s game. So, clean slate. The Flames will win tonight and probably the next game too.
NHL Playoff Picks Tonight
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