Originally posted on Puck Daddy  |  Last updated 10/5/11
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The folks at Bodog continue to spoil hockey fans with tantalizing prop betting lines for the 2011-12 season. Their latest bit of whimsy: Over/Under lines for some of the NHL's top offensive players for all 30 teams. A few of the more interesting predictions: Sidney Crosby, 79.5 points: Obviously, the amount of games Crosby misses at the start of the season is the key. Crosby's career points-per-game average is 1.39. In order to hit 79 points at that scoring clip, he'd need around 57 games. Patrick Kane, 75.5 points: Assuming he sticks at center and remains healthy, Kane should clear this number faster than a waitress clearing empty bottles around his slumbering head at closing time. Paul Stastny, 66.5 points: The Avs' center has averaged 71.25 points when he's played at least 65 games in a season. This would seem like a sure "over" … but that's why the house usually wins. Taylor Hall, 55.5 points: Can the sophomore improve his point total by 13 year-to-year? Totally, especially when you
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