Canadian fans were again let down as the San Jose Sharks made 38 saves to clinch first place in the Pacific Division. When Colorado won a 4-3 shootout over Vancouver the Flames season was officially over. The only Canadians that cleaned up on the Flames were the ones that kept backing the unders in their games. The Flames seemed to constantly be able to keep their opponents to low scores but that didn’t matter as they struggled to put the puck in the back of the net themselves.
The two big hopes flying the flag for Canada, by still remaining in the hunt for the Stanley Cup, are the Canucks and the Maple Leafs. The most favoured in the betting are the Canucks who are around 8/1 to win the title. They appear to have really lifted after the success of our Olympic teams and it would be a fairytale if they could do the double and bring the biggest and the best trophy of them all back to the Olympic City.
The biggest event in the world of sport this weekend will be when Tiger tees off at the Masters in his long awaited return to the Tour. He is currently showing $6.00 to win at 888sport and like many bookmakers they appear keen to take him on. Considering he was half that price this time last year he seems to be great value. Tiger certainly has the game to walk away with his fifth green jacket - it’s only a question of how much the ordeal will affect his game. There is a huge range of betting options on the Masters at 888sport. So if you think Tiger can silence the critics or you think the champion has returned too early you can still be a winner at the Masters and you should walk away with some easy dollars.