This is a 1* free play on the Winnipeg Jets over the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday night (8:05 EST).
A great situational play. These teams have tangoed twice this season and the Habs have taken both: 4-3 in Montreal on January 29th and 4-1 on April 4th. The Canadiens are 27-14-5 overall and 13-7-2 on the road. They've lost two straight, most recently a 3-2 loss at New Jersey on Tuesday. The Jets are 24-20-3 overall and 13-9-1 at home. They're coming off a 5-3 loss at Washington on Tuesday. Simply put, this is do-or-die for the home side. Montreal clinched a playoff spot back on April 11th and then promptly lost five of six (note that the Canadiens' penalty kill has given up 10 goals in their last 27 attempts). Winnipeg is going to need some help to make it into the postseason, but the one thing it has control over is giving itself a legitimate shot at winning this game tonight. These teams are moving in opposite directions: the Jets are 5-0-1 in their last six in front of the home town crowd, while the Habs are 0-3-4 their last seven away from friendly confines. Winnipeg plays with double revenge and also for its playoff life. In my humble opinion, this is the very definition of "great line value". Consider a second look at the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday night.
>>>Losing days have truly been few and far between during Aronson's blistering 41-21 (66%)
2013 MLB start, but yesterday's 0-2 showing was definitely a low point. So does Art play it safe and shy way from the adversity?
Of course not! Short-term volatility is expected over the course of a big run of domination. This package includes "AAA's" RUN-LINE DESTRUCTION play, which tests his 79%