Thursday's NHL Playoff Odds


(TheSpread) – The second round of the NHL Playoffs get started tonight with one game. Here is a breakdown of the action tonight.

View Today’s NHL Odds

The lone game taking place tonight has the Boston Bruins hosting the Montreal Canadiens in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals at 7:30PM ET. According to oddsmakers at, the Bruins are the favorite in the opening game, as they have odds of -185 to win, while the Canadiens come in with a money line of +160 to win. The over/under total for the game has been set at 5 goals.

Bet on Today’s NHL Odds

Montreal comes into the series having more than a week off after sweeping the Tampa Bay Lightning in the opening round. Boston lost the opening game of its series with Detroit, but then won four straight to win the series. These two teams met four times during the season, with Montreal winning three of the four meetings. Montreal has actually won six of its last seven against Boston. These two have scored five goals or less in five straight meetings.

Check out Today’s NHL Odds & Matchups

Want More From Follow us on Twitter and Facebook or Subscribe to Our News Feeds!


NHL Top Stories

Thumbnail Anaheim searching for early-season traction After commencing the season with four straight wins, Vancouver finally fell last night in shootout fashion. Will Willie...
Thumbnail Wild's top threat tries to snap out of funk Minnesota’s off to a 3-1-1 start despite getting no production from its best offensive player. But will Zach Parise finally light the lamp today?
Thumbnail Price's re-emergence heightens Habs' hopes The Canadiens managed to make it through the first three games of the season without Carey Price. Yet the Atlantic Division stalwarts were undeniably stoked...
Thumbnail Meandering Los Angeles tries to find its way Currently one of three winless squads in the NHL, the Kings are hurting in a big way. And we’re not just talking about the injury to their most important...
Thumbnail Chicago still searching for vintage form Joel Quenneville understood he’d have to get contributions from some unlikely sources in 2016-17. Yet Chicago’s coach surely didn’t count on Richard Panik...
More inNHL Articles  

NHL Headlines

More inNHL News  

NHL Team Pages