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The Bruins just cooled off the Pittsburgh Penguins with a solid 2-1 victory, the first of five straight games away from Boston. They are 3-0 their last 3 road games, and dominated the Penguins right from the start, outshooting them 13-4 in the opening frame and are battling NY for the 8th seed. Toronto is going nowhere, last in the division, losing 7 of 10 games. Bruins have dominated the last three meetings, winning 5-2, 4-2 and 2-1. Play the Bruins!



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MATT RIVERS

For Friday take Marist in Manhattan

Rik Smits is not walking through the door for the Red Foxes tonight and the visitors have lost three of their last four games but Manhattan has turned into a joke and is a must go against here.

I really cannot pinpoint how Manhattan has regressed so rapidly to the point where they are today but they just flat out stink. I do realize that they lost their coach in Bobby Gonzalez but this freefall is still a bit much.This was a team that went to the NCAA tournament a few seasons ago and were very competitive against top notch schools. Now the Jaspers are one of the worst teams in the entire MAC and they have dropped eight of their last 9 games and 11 of 13 and it's not like they exactly have a home court that resembles Cameron Indoor or the Pit in New Mexico.

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MIKE WYNN
Yale -2


THE VEGAS STEAMLINE
Cornell -5


RAZOR SHARP
PRINCETON +2


COMPUTER SPORTS
PRINCETON TIGERS +2


PLATINUM PLAYS
Marquette & Pitt Over 137


HUDDLE UP
Princeton +2


TV HOTLINE
BROWN -4


HD'S ACTIONLINE
New Jersey -200


Donald Tran
Marist -3.5


Templer's Sports Picks
Dallas/Anaheim OV 5


Kyle Baugues
Cornell -5

Must Win Sports Picks
Harvard +5


Las Vegas Sports Advisors
Detroit -1.5


NICK JONES
Manhattan +3.5 -110


GREGG DAVIS SPORTSLINE
MARIST

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Northcoast

4* Cornell


Jim Feist NHL Comp

Dal-Ana Under


Psychic Sports

2*Yale


Da Stick

5* Wash

5* Dallas over 5

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Pitt - Marq Under


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Yale

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Guys!

Is there a line for How many games the Shaq is going to miss with his new team?

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Dave Cokin

Take Marist"

I'm sure Manhattan would love to play their best game of the year tonight, as it's a rare national TV home spot for the Jaspers. But I just can't make a case for them on the numbers. Marist comes up as a solid five point favorite on my rankings. Neither team inspires any real confidence, but at the price I'll give Marist the look tonight."

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Winning Points Online POD.

**PREFERRED
Manhattan* over Marist by 7

Teams can't go on losing forever. Manhattan snapped an 8-game losing streak in its last game, and perhaps the absence of Patrick Bouli -- more minutes for freshman Rashad Green -- was one of the reasons. Green has made more than twice as many free-throws this season as the jump-shooting, poor free-throw shooter Bouli, in fewer minutes. Green was the Long Island Player of the Year in high school last year and is riding an up-curve as his minutes increase.

Marist has lost six in a row in Draddy Gym. It's a hard place to play, with bleachers on one side only, both sides bordered by canvas drapes, and a deep void behind both baskets. Manhattan is a team overloaded with freshman, and their poor record (9-15 overall, 3-11 in the MAAC)could very well be a function of learning how the heck to shoot in their own gym, which many of them are calling home for the first time. Marist freshman Jay Gavin lit up the Jaspers in the first meeting, which Manhattan played on only one day of rest (vs. two for Marist). Now that they know who Gavin is, and Gavin is shooting in this building for the first time, he is unlikely to go off for 23 points. Louie McCroskey played at guard for Marist in the first meeting, but he is now sidelined with an injury. Starting point guard David Devezin has played three consecutive full games for Marist, 125 straight minutes, a dangerous thing for a team to be flirting with at this point of the season.

Manhattan's tallest player, 6-9, 215 Lawrence Jolicouer, scored 17 points in only 16 minutes in the first meeting coming off the bench. Looks like they have an inside weapon to return to in this particular match-up. Meantime, since Manhattan can and will play 10 players, they have a lot of fouls to give against a depth-shy Marist team shooting only 64.6% from the free-throw line.

MANHATTAN, 74-67

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Calgary/LA Kings OVER 5.5


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Detroit Red Wings -1.5

The Detroit Red Wings enter into this home tilt against the Columbus Blue Jackets in struggling form , as is evident by having lost a season high 4 straight games. The Wings have ,however, been strong on home ice this season, converting on 21 of 29 home games this season, and will be primed to bring home the cash against a Blue Jackets team that is playing some ugly hockey of their own, losing 3 straight, and 7 of their L/8 overall. Needless to say, both teams are desperate for wins, but only one of these teams will get that victory, and that is the superior home team. Final notes & Key Trends: Detroit is 25-4 ATS in home games off a road loss against a division rival since 1996 , which happened last time out in a 7-2 loss to Chicago. Play on Motown -1.5 puckline 


LT Profits

Columbia @ Dartmouth u126.0

Both the Columbia Lions and Dartmouth Big Green have been great Under teams this season, and do not expect that to change when they face off at Dartmouth tonight.

Columbia is coming off of an easy Under in a 58-53 win over Princeton last Saturday, bringing the Under to 8-2 in all Lions games that have had a posted total this season including 5-1 in all Ivy League games. Furthermore, the last five head-to-head meetings between these clubs here in New Hampshire have averaged just a combined 115.4 points.

The Under is also 9-3 in all Dartmouth games that have had a posted total, including 6-1 in their last seven lined games. Granted, the lone Over came last Saturday when they inexplicably allowed 97 points to Yale, but we think that was just an aberration, as they are still allowing 66.4 points per game at home overall and they allowed just 56 points in their lone home conference game so far.

We look for this game to top out at 120 points or so, with a result closer to 115 more likely.

CBB Free Pick: Columbia, Dartmouth Under 126


Washington Capitals @ Florida Panthers u5.5 

The Washington Capitals and Florida Panthers have tended to go Under whenever they have met in the Sunshine State, and we look for that to continue tonight.

Somewhat amazingly, the Under is 19-7-2 in the last 18 head-to-head meetings in Florida, including 2-0 this season when both meetings here resulted in 2-1 finals. The Capitals are actually playing some defense now as they attempt to earn a playoff spot, as they have allowed three goals or less in six consecutive games.

Now the Panthers have been a bit more generous lately, allowing 3.00 goals per game in the last five contests. However, they did play well in a 2-1 overtime loss vs. Montreal on Wednesday, and they too are in the playoff hunt, so they may clamp down defensively out of necessity if not for any other reason. They have not been horrendous at home this season, allowing 2.82 goals per game.

We will look for history to repeat tonight, with another Under between these clubs on this rink.

NHL Free Pick: Capitals, Panthers Under 5.5


Mike Rose

Pittsburgh +5.0 

We’ve actually got a game going Friday night that means something, and that’s normally hard to come by when college hoops gets into conference play. Both Pittsburgh and Marquette are jockeying for position within the crowded Big East, and the winner of this match-up will secure their 8th conference win. The Panthers invade freezing cold Milwaukee sporting an overall mark of 19-5. Of those 19 wins, only five have come on the road with four defeats. Marquette has also won their fair share of games this season, and come into tonight’s game with a respectable 17-6 SU mark. They’ve secured victories in 12 of their 13 home games this year, but lost the last time on their court to Louisville by a 71-57 count. They’ve also only managed a 3-5 ATS mark in their eight lined games in this venue.

Pitt was last in action on Tuesday night when they knocked off the Providence Friars by an 82-63 final count, and easily covered the 8.5-point spread in the process. The win was their second in a row, and 7th in their L/10 overall. Their last road game saw them drop a 60-53 decision in Storrs against the UCONN Huskies. The heart and soul of this club (Levance Fields) returns tonight after a six week hiatus, but one has to question how much of an impact he’ll have in this spot after riding the pine allowing his foot to heal.

Marquette picked up a victory their last time out at Seton Hall where the upended the Pirates by an 89-64 final count ultimately covering the 4-point spread. The win snapped a 2-game losing streak that saw them lose a 3-point decision at Notre Dame and suffer their first home loss as mentioned earlier against Louisville. Still, Head Coach Tom Crean’s club has secured victories in 6 of their L/10 overall, and in 4 of their L/5 home games.

Oddsmakers tagged the Golden Eagles 4-point home chalks with the ‘Total’ set at 137. Overnight bettors expect Marquette to get the best of the Panthers this evening regardless of Fields return since overnight action has seen the betting line increase to 5-points, with the ‘total’ hovering in the 136-137 range. Marquette has dominated this series since it began winning 4 of the 6 match-ups SU and covered the spread in 5 of those 6 contests as well. They won both regular season meetings with the Panthers last year, but Pitt got them when it mattered most by picking up an 89-79 decision in the Big East Tournament.

Will Levance Fields reintroduction to the court find the Panthers pick right back up to where they were when he broke his foot, or will Marquette continue to own them in the regular season? Tune to ESPN at 9:00 ET to find out!!!

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COLUMBIA LIONS -2


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4* Cornell

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Brown vs. Pennsylvania
Play: Brown   

Ai Simulator 3* graded play on Brown – AiS shows a 73% probability that Brown will win this game by 4 or more points. AiS also shows an 82% probability that Brown will hit a minimum of 38% from 3-point land. Note that Penn is 0-10 ATS when their opponents make 38% to 45% of their 3 pointers in a game over the last 2 seasons. Supporting this graded play is a system that has gone 88-44 ATS for 67% since 2002. Play on road favorites of 3.5 to 9.5 points after 1 or more consecutive wins and playing with 5 or 6 days rest. Take Brown. 
   

Stevie Y

Pittsburgh vs. Marquette
Play:Marquette     

Stevie Y's key to tonight's Golden Eagles/Pitt Panthers battle is the huge guard match-up advantage for Marquette. Looking at the "Man" Jerel McNeal, he will be ready to make a statement on a rare Friday National Tv "Big East" game. Pitt playmaker LeVance Field is expected to play but Marquette will run early & often on their home floor. We know that the boards go to the Pitt Panthers & they will hang around for while, But OUR $$$ IS ON THE EAGLES 

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“1 UNIT” NATIONAL TV INTANGIBLE (Marquette -4 at home versus Pittsburgh in a 9:05 eastern tipoff on ESPN):

The intangible surrounds the fact that Marquette at halftime will be honoring their 2002-2003 contingent that went on the way to the NCAA Final Four. One of the players on that team was Dwayne Wade who will appear via a taped message, but the bottom line is that there will be some positive karma in the building. More important is the fact that Pittsburgh is NOT playing on their own home floor where they have gone a dominating 14-1 this season. To put into proper perspective just how solid a homecourt advantage that Pittsburgh has, they have won at a phenominal all-time clip pf 94-9 at a facility known as the Petersen Events Center. Since the Panthers are the visitor this evening, there is a good reason why this injury-riddled squad that has lost several starters for the season, has been cast as a relatively large underdog. We have the matter of REVENGE to talk about as Marquette was eliminated in the quarterfinals of last year’s Big East postseason tournament by none other than Pittsburgh. The next thing to consider is SCHEDULE, as Marquette is in the midst of a 6-game stretch where 4 of those contests are on the road, so they must take advantage of what is now a rare date in front of their own fans. It was not all that long ago when Marquette was buring the wallet’s of bettors by going 1-6 ATS in a recent seven-game stretch, but that has all turned around as they enter tonight having successfully COVERED the spread at a 3-1 clip. My database research indicates that Marquette handles prosperity well, as they are a solid 17-6 ATS the past three years after going 2-1 ATS in the prior three games. Bingo!

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5 Dime Marist

Free pick Pittsburgh

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5* Marquette -5

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Dallas Stars vs. Anaheim Ducks

NHL Hockey Game of the Year
Pick: Dallas Stars

NHL GAME of the YEAR: DALLAS STARS +145 After extending their winning streak to five games, the Anaheim Ducks may not have wanted their team-record nine-game road trip to come to an end. They open a season-high seven-game homestand on Friday night against the Pacific Division-leading Dallas Stars, who are coming off a rare loss last night where they played very poorly. Jean-Sebastian Giguere, hasn't fared well against them in all five meetings this season against Dallas, getting pulled in two and going 1-4-0 with a 3.64 GAA. Dallas is looking to rebound from a 5-2 loss at Phoenix on Thursday after opening the home-and-home set with a 2-1 victory on Monday to equal its franchise-record seven-game winning streak. "We need to compete at a higher level," Stars center Mike Modano said after the game last night and Dallas always plays well on the road in the underdog roll. Brenden Morrow has been a force in helping the Stars go 10-2-0 over the last 12 games. The left wing has eight goals and four assists in that span, giving him a team-leading 24 goals and 55 points, which rank him second on the club behind Mike Ribeiro (64). Anaheim returns home after a very long 9 game road trip and Dallas is coming off a terrible performance last night. Dallas has already taken 4 of 5 from Anaheim and will get a big win tonight as a +145 underdog. PLAY THE DALLAS STARS**

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Cornell vs. Harvard
Pick:Cornell 

Marist vs. Manhattan
Pick:Marist

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20* Cornell
20*Princeton
10* Brown
10* Dartmouth
10* Pitt

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10*Washington
10*Dallas

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