Hot Pucking Stacks
Chris Robin

Have any of you ever heard the saying, “doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results”? I’ve mentioned this old adage a time or two in my writing over the years. Yet here I am doing the same thing over and over again. Yet, the results have been vastly different. Thanks to some hard work and all your support.

It can get absolutely exhausting waking up, following a routine, same breakfast, same dinner, going to bed and waking up and doing it all over again for months on end. Some people thrive on conformity while others are looking for change constantly.  What if the pursuit of abnormality turns into our routine? Always trying new ideas, sharing your odd thoughts and behaviors while still implementing a little bit of normal?

All I’ve wanted to do is share my personal process. In any way possible no matter how odd it sounds. Being able to get my thoughts onto print hasn’t always been easy. Yet when I’ve taken the risk the results have never been the same. Out with the old and in with the new. How about we mix in the new with the old on a daily basis? The results will be outstanding!

There are nine games on the NHL schedule tonight. Lock is at 7p EST. Here are four of my favorite stacks tonight! Enjoy and take some calculated risks!

Pittsburgh Penguins 2

Pittsburgh Penguins

Jason Zucker L2 & PP1
Evgeni Malkin L2 & PP1
Kasperi Kapanen L2 & PP1

Pittsburgh is scoring around 2.90 goals a game while allowing an average of 3.50 goals per game. The Penguins welcome in the New Islanders this evening. The Islanders have been hot as of late looking to win their fourth consecutive game tonight. New York is only allowing 2.30 goals a contest. Their first line will match-up very well against PIT1 leaving the Pens second line free and clear. Final score tonight 4-1 or even 3-1 in favor of Pittsburgh.

Boston Bruins 1

Boston Bruins

Brad Marchand L1 & PP1
Patrice Bergeron L1 & PP1
Jake DeBrusk L1 & PP2

Boston takes on the New Jersey Devils tonight at TD Garden. Not much to say here about the Bruins you do not already know. They are among the cream of the NHL crop having only lost two games so far this season. The Bruins are scoring about 2.90 goals a game. While their power has been successful 27% of the time. Defensively the Devils are allowing 2.60 goals a game yet are killing off their penalties 67.6% of the time. Tonight, will be more of a defensive battle than you would think. Yet Boston finds a way to score three or four time. BOS1 is always chalk when they play. That is no secret. Always good to pick our spots. Pick BOS1 tonight!

Toronto Maple Leafs 2

Toronto Maple Leafs

Zach Hyman L2 & PP2
John Tavares L2 & PP2
William Nylander L2 & PP2

Toronto hosts the Ottawa Senators tonight and surprise, TOR1 may be the highest owned line tonight. Which is fine but that creates some value for TOR2. This game should be the battle of backup goalies which only excites me more. Sens goalie Marcus Hogberg only has 2 wins and is allowing 4.30 goals a game. As it stands now Hogberg is projected in new for Ottawa. If that is solidified throughout the day stack TOR2!

Bonus stack! Washington Capitals 2

Washington Caps

Jakub Vrana L2 & PP1
Nicklas Backstrom L2 & PP1
Tom Wilson L2 & PP2

The Core Four idea has been received well! Let us keep that going!

Here are some sample lines I am going to be using. Keep in mind these are for entertainment purposes only.

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