NHL Hockey Handicapper Ron Raymond Goes 13-0 With Picks

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If you were fortunate enough to receive Ron Raymond's free NHL hockey picks courtesy of Gambling911.com this past Saturday, you might be rich by now. That's because Raymond went un unbelievable 13-0.

"Never in 13 years of capping hockey did I run the board like in that fashion," Ron Raymond told Gambling911.com. "In fact, it was a great week, went 6-0 on Tuesday, 4-1 on Wed and 13-0 on Saturday, that's 23-1 in those 3 days. I'm still pumped about it."

So what does Raymond look for when handicapping the NHL?

"Like any other sharp handicapper, Value and injuries," he told our own Jenny Woo recently. "The home teams are winning at a smaller success rate now, since the 2004 NHL Lockout, home teams were covering at a 57% winning rate in 2005, 55% in 2006 and 54% in 2007. As you can see, parity makes it a real crap shoot to bet on the home teams nowadays and you should never be laying more than -140 or less when betting on NHL faves. Injuries play a huge role now in the NHL, as I like to look for injuries in the 2nd and 3rd line of teams, as secondary scoring is what makes you win hockey games. Everybody knows the starting goalie and the top players, but nobody knows the role players and the secondary scorers on teams."

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