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Vancouver  2-4  Winnipeg
(1-1, 0-2, 1-1)
11.10.2017 Vancouver - Ottawa 2-3ot Previous GamesEdmonton - Winnipeg 2-5 10.10.2017
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Betsson +175  +295  +129
Expekt +170  +295  +128
Bet-at-home +169  +295  +125
Jetbull +168  +280  +123
Titan Bet +155  +285  +125
10Bet +110    -130

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Yahoo!: Two NHL players caught a giant sea monster on their day off
You can call it a fish if you want, but if something is so large it dwarfs two massive NHL players, it probably belongs in sea monster territory. Seriously, just look at this massive sturgeon Winnipeg Jets players Matt Hendricks and Dustin Byfuglien caught in British Columbia's Fraser River. That…
Yahoo!: Two NHL players catch massive sturgeon
Now that's a huge fish! Winnipeg Jets players Matt Hendricks and Dustin Byfuglien caught a massive sturgeon in British Columbia's Fraser River. Just in case you were wondering, Sturgeon Slayers, the guide company the two players used for their fishing trip, has a strict catch and release policy…
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