Canadiens vs. Bruins Odds


(TheSpread) – The first conference semifinals series to get started in the NHL Playoffs features the Boston Bruins taking on the Montreal Canadiens. Here is a look at the odds for this series.

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The Bruins are the top seed in the Atlantic Region while the Canadiens are the No. 2 seed in the region. According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, Boston is the favorite to win this series, as they have odds of -255 to win, while the Canadiens have been given a money line of +215.

Boston went 54-19-9 on the season, racking up 117 points. The Bruins were 31-7-3 at home and 23-12-6 on the road. The 31 wins at home were the most in the NHL. Boston also scored 261 goals while allowing 177. The Bruins defeated the Detroit Red Wings in the opening round of the playoffs in five games, outscoring Detroit 14-6 in the series.

Montreal was 46-28-8 on the season, posting 100 points. The Canadiens were 23-13-5 at home and 23-15-3 on the road, which matched any team in the division for road wins. Montreal scored just 215 goals on the season, but allowed only 204. Montreal swept Tampa Bay in the opening round of the playoffs, outscoring the Lightning 16-10 in the four games.

These two teams met four times during the regular season, with Montreal winning three of the four games and the road team winning three of the four meetings. The Canadiens have actually won six of their last seven games against the Bruins. These two scored five goals or less in all four meeting this season.

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For the schedule and odds available for the Canadiens vs. Bruins series, see below

2014 NHL Playoffs Series Odds – Canadiens vs. Bruins

Series Price

Montreal Canadiens +215

Boston Bruins -255

Exact Series Result

Boston Bruins win 4-0 4/1 

Boston Bruins win 4-1 9/4 

Boston Bruins win 4-2 3/1 

Boston Bruins win 4-3 7/2 

Montreal Canadiens win 4-0 25/1 

Montreal Canadiens win 4-1 12/1 

Montreal Canadiens win 4-2 7/1 

Montreal Canadiens win 4-3 8/1

Series Schedule

Game 1: at BOS, Thursday, May 1, 7:30PM ET (NBCSN)

Game 2: at BOS, Saturday, May 3, 12:30PM ET (NBC)

Game 3: at MON, Tuesday, May 6, 7PM ET (NBCSN)

Game 4: at MON, Thursday, May 8, 7:30PM ET (NBCSN)

Game 5: at BOS, Saturday, May 10, TBD (CBC)*

Game 6: at MON, Monday, May 12, TBD (CBC)*

Game 7: at BOS, Wednesday, May 14, TBD (CBC)*

*If Necessary

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