Maple Leafs vs. Bruins Series Odds

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(TheSpread) – The Boston Bruins had a poor finish to the season, but they look at wipe that away with a series win against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Here is a look at the odds for this series.

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, the Bruins are the slight favorite to win this series, as they have a money line of -240 to win, while the Maple Leafs have a money line of +190 to win. The Bruins come into this Eastern Conference series as the No. 4 seed, while Toronto is the No. 5 seed. Game 1 of this series takes place tonight at 7PM ET in Boston.

Boston went 28-14-6 on the season, 16-5-3 at home and 12-9-3 on the road. Toronto was 26-17-5 overall, 13-9-2 at home and 13-8-3 on the road. These two teams met four times during the regular season, with Boston winning three of those four matchups. The home team also picked up the win in three of the meetings. Three of the four games were also decided by just one goal. Over the last 10 meetings between these two, Boston has won nine of the 10 and been favored in all 10 meetings.

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For the odds to win this series and the schedule for each game, see below

2013 NHL Playoffs Series Odds – Maple Leafs vs. Bruins

857 Toronto Maple Leafs +190

858 Boston Bruins -240

Maple Leafs vs. Bruins Playoff Schedule

Game 1: TOR at BOS, Wednesday, May 1 7PM ET

Game 2: TOR at BOS Saturday, May 4 7PM ET

Game 3: BOS at TOR Monday, May 6 7PM ET

Game 4: BOS at TOR Wednesday, May 8 7PM ET

Game 5: TOR at BOS Friday, May 10 7PM ET (if necessary)

Game 6: BOS at TOR, Sunday, May 12 TBA (if necessary)

Game 7: TOR at BOS, Monday, May 13 TBA (if necessary)

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