It almost doesn’t seem real, does it? The first steps towards a normal world and the upcoming 2021 NHL season have a surreal feel, we’re just a day away from day one of training camp for 24 NHL teams, including the penguins

From Sidney Crosby’s goals to Tristan Jarry’s percentage saving, it’s time to add on our season projections from last week and check out Vegas odds and player projections, as always, let us know what you think in the comments above Beyond the Stanley Cup betting, we haven’t found any casino offering betting on player statistics So we have to play Oddsmaker (but not a bookmaker)

Analysis: If the East Division penguins escape Boston, Washington, Philadelphia, and the New York Islanders, they’ll both be battle-tested and likely beaten. Our Matt Gajtka thinks of the former as I take the latter

We like the long chances of winning though, if you’re a hometown bettor, soar over Pittsburgh Penguins and give in $ 10 That’ll be more than $ 200. With the penguins being a legacy of heritage, Vegas will quickly change the odds once the penguins get off to a great start

On a 56 game schedule, 23 goals would be 41 goals per game. Last season he scored 16 goals in 41 games 39 goals per game due to the takeover of Kasperi Kapanen by Pittsburgh Penguins, which should be a significant improvement for RW Crosby will be able to beat last year’s pace

If things work out as a penguin project, Crosby could go over 70 points and consider the Hart Trophy, of course, all of that would depend on being healthy

In this case, we’re taking over the “takeover” Let’s call it a hunch from Crosby

Malkin was an integral part of the coaching table. He carried the penguins notably through Crosby’s two-month absence last season, but then succumbed to his own significant injury

Malkin has played 78, 69 and 55 games in the past three seasons, with the exception of 2017-18, Malkin has not hit the 70-game mark since 2011-12

In this case, we take the sub-healthy players tend to stay healthy, and injury-prone players tend to suffer injuries, Malkin falls into the latter category

Letang is one of the drivers of the Pittsburgh Penguins’ offense last season, dipping to 44 points in 61 games.Not bad for a defender, not bad at all.He had 15 points (6g, 9a) on the power play that four was less than the previous season

The defender of the penguins will never silence his passionate critics, who point out every mistake, but prefer to look at successes with one eye

We achieved exactly the goal with 40 points in 56 games, but Letang has to stay healthy We don’t assume that he can play 56 games in the East Division (maybe in the Central), so we will underpin that

We have documented Letang’s turnover rate is or is in line with other defenders playing similar roles across the league.We have done it too many times to count, but here’s one

If Letang plays 56 games, he’ll overshadow 60 freebies as he plays 25 minutes per game and the Pittsburgh Penguins’ third pairing will take a few weeks or months to find their sea legs in a new system with new partners So a lot is being asked of Letang and he will probably have to play harder minutes, at least at the beginning

We take on the freebies, but don’t join the little chorus that hits the table every time

Tristan Jarry: 20 wins, 920 percent save hard calls, but we take over the takeover on victories and the sub on stops

Jason Zucker: The projection should be 44 points and 22 goals. We’ll take both of them under

Jared McCann: 30 points and 12 goals We just don’t like where the third line of penguins goes unless Sam Poulin is ready to take a seat so we’ll deal with both of them

Mike Matheson: 20 points with five goals Matheson’s offseason coach Jon Goyens made a strong case for Matheson rebounding with the penguins The system fits and Letang is the perfect mentor maybe in Season 2 but we think it’s in This season about acclimatization and reassurance goes under

Penguins Win: In 56 games a solid 65 points could be required to reach the playoffs in the East Division. 28 wins are the O / U of the penguins we will that’s over, but that’s not a bet that makes us feel good

Pittsburgh Hockey Now owner, formerly 937 The Fan, Sportsnet Hockey Tonight Catch Dan tweeted @theDanKingerski and the official @ pghhockeynow account

I’m interested in this 56-game schedule. A 0-6-2 in the track is 1/7 of the season. Teams can’t afford a long break-in, especially the penguins. The capitals are old too. A PENS 56 schedule forecast 34 -17-5 That’s 73 points. Could a team finish with 100 points? Possible That would take 49-4-3 or 47-3-6 It would take a historic run My guess 92 or 93 points most likely for the division champion


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