Mr. Price has been given the “Billy Walters treatment” by the betting establishments in the Las Vegas area, due to his distinct ability to pick winners and cost casinos millions.

ESPN NHL Betting Picks

ESPN NHL PicksThe NHL has made a big comeback in recent years in terms of popularity, but it’s always been a favorite among most handicappers. It’s routinely one of the easiest sports to find lopsided odds and spreads in, if you know what you’re doing.

And you know who doesn’t know what they’re doing? The talking head analysts. For example, ESPN NHL Betting Picks were absolutely horrible this past season. Below 50% on the year. And why expect any better? These so-called experts that they have pick games may know a lot about playing the sport, but handicapping is a unique sport in and of itself. It takes years of focus to find the system that we implement in order to pick at our annual average of 64% winners.

Few, if any of these on-air TV personalities even pick their own games. Most of the time the show’s producer makes the picks and provides them to the on-air “experts.” Not because that’s who they think is going to win. No, it’s because their sole purpose is not to inform the viewer or give them good betting picks, but instead their picks are intended to push whatever story line they’re endorsing.

Turn off the TV. Stop listening to Fox Sports and ESPN NHL Betting Picks, they’re part of the reason you’re here for help. At least you did come to the right place. Sign up today on our homepage and see what our NHL betting picks can do for you and your bankroll.