Monday Hockey wagers, with a great #1 vs. #4 match-up in …

Normally Mondays aren’t so great. The daily grind comes back in full force, and you still wish that you were lounging at home and watching a few games, or generally doing whatever it is you feel like doing. Fortunately for most of us, this Monday is a holiday, and I for one have placed a couple of wagers in our featured sportsbooks, and I’ve been kicking back with some roulette at (read the review of Players Only) for a nice lazy afternoon. Call me what you will, I am one comfortable guy, and I can’t wait until the hockey games start later today. Since the NBA is off for Monday following an excellent All-Star weekend, concentrating my bets on the NHL seemed like the way to go to make the day a bit more exciting. I’ll also be checking into (read the review of Intertops) for some online casino play, as they offer one of the largest amounts of casino game types to choose from, as well as having a generally great website to play on.

For my NHL hockey bets today, I have taken the Pittsburgh Penguins to win, along with the Dallas Stars on the road to anchor my sports betting action. Being that both teams have great goal scorers and are riding on high playoff hopes, hopefully that will be enough to score me a win at (read the review of Switching quickly to the NCAA action tonight, #1 UConn takes on #4 Pittsburgh, in what very well could be the best game of the week for College Hoops. Definitely get in on a piece of the action at our top sportsbooks reviewed here, and pick your horse in what will surely be a race to the finish, and a close one at that.

I still can’t seem to get over what a great weekend it has been, and hopefully you have utilized some of the great featured sportboooks at to win some well deserved cash. You can bet that the sporting world will be talking about this weekend for quite a while, and I certainly will have a plenty to chirp about at work tomorrow with my fellow co-workers. Until then, good luck placing your wagers on our featured sportbooks, and hopefully there are many hot hands for me and you in the near future.

Aaron G.