USA-Canada Olympic Game Odds

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SOCHI, RUSSIA (The Spread) – Judging by the odds, oddsmakers currently view the highly anticipated Olympic hockey matchup between the United States and Canada as even.

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According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, the U.S. and Canada are both -110 on the money line for Friday’s Olympic hockey matchup at 12:00PM ET. The over/under total for this game is currently sitting at 5.5, although the odds for the over are EVEN and the odds for the under are currently -120.

There are several alternate lines that bettors can use, too. If you want to bet Canada at +1.5 goals, you can, although the odds are -300. That means that for every $300.00 that you wager, you’ll only win $100.00. So that’s the tradeoff for bettors; a better puck line, but a riskier wager. You can also bet the USA +2.5 (-650), Canada at +2.5 (-650), the U.S. at +1 (-240) and the U.S. at +0.5 (-240) in the first period.

The earlier matchup tomorrow features Sweden and Finland at 7:00AM ET. Sweden is -155 money line favorites over Finland, which is currently a +130 money line underdog. The total, meanwhile, is currently sitting at +4.5 goals with the under carrying odds of -125 and the over featuring +105 odds.

Just like the U.S.-Canada matchup, you can bet several alternate lines for the Sweden-Finland game. Sweden is available at +1.5 (-425), -2.5 (+400) and +2.5 (-1200), while Finland is available at -1.5 (+325), +2.5 (-550), and -2.5 (+750). You can also bet the total at 3.5, 5.5 or 6.5 if you’d like.

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