Winning weekend wagers at

Sunday’s action was certainly a must see for any type of sports fan. From the NBA to the MLB, to the NHL, sports action was in full swing offering plenty of online sports betting for everyone placing wagers. Four great basketball games, two NHL games, and fifteen baseball games would prove to be the best sports betting for anyone looking to find something to wager on, and have a little bit of excitement left for the weekend before having to head back to the daily grind on Monday. As for my previous wagering, a rough defeat handed to my Vancouver Canucks on Saturday brought down on of my wagers, and also pushed the series with Dallas to a deciding game 7 that will be played in Vancouver Monday night. Shrugging off a difficult trip to Dallas, I can only hope that the Canucks will be able to strengthen their hideous power play offense, as it will prove to be the only way to get around the Stars and into the playoffs. Needless to say, this has been a great series, and placing a sportsbook wager on game seven of this series should be a must for any hockey fan. With that said, looking at Sunday’s wagers placed, I am all smiles as two of my bets have amounted to sportsbook wins and a little chunk of change added to this writer’s account.

Betting on the NHL once again (as there are only two teams playing), I decided to grab a two team parlay wager at, one of our best sports betting sites, taking both the New Jersey Devils and the Detroit Red Wings to close out their series against Tampa Bay and Calgary respectively. Both games ended with close scores, however I was fortunate enough to have both wagers go my way, and both the Red Wings and the Devils will be headed to the second round of the playoffs this year. Martin Brodeur of New Jersey looked tremendous against the strong Lightning offensive attack of Vinny Lecavalier, Brad Richards, and Martin St. Louis, and the Devils as a whole look prime to make a serious run at the Cup this year. Detroit on the other hand gets past their first round jitters that they have been experiencing in the last few years, and easily handled the Flames, with Mikka Kiprusoff looking almost defenseless to stop the Red Wings onslaught. He is no doubt one of the best goalies in the league, but what can you really do if the puck is on your side of the ice for almost two full periods of the game? You lose, that’s what.

On another big sports note the Boston Red Sox v. New York Yankees series was in its final game on Sunday, with the BoSox looking for a sweep of the mighty team in pinstripes. What they got was some big production from their big time hitters, as well as some horrible pitching from the already struggling Yankee pitching staff. With a 7-6 win, the Red Sox bump the Yankees below .500 for the year, and subsequently give bragging rights to the Boston faithful at least until the next time these two teams match up. Whew! With all this action, there just isn’t enough room to cover it all. I hope that you’ve had a great weekend, and that your trip to a few of the best online sportsbooks has been a success for you. Check back with us again soon and thank you for stopping by for the best reviews, updates, and news from around the sports betting world.

Aaron G.