Senators vs. Canadiens Series Odds

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(TheSpread) – The Montreal Canadiens and Ottawa Senators kickoff their first round NHL Playoff series on Thursday night. Here is a look at the odds to win this series.

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, the Canadiens are the slight favorite to win this series, as they have been given odds of -150, while the Senators have been given a money line of +130 to win. Montreal comes into the playoffs as the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference while Ottawa is the seventh seed. Game 1 of the series will be played tonight at 7PM ET in Montreal.

Montreal is 29-14-5 on the season and the Canadiens went 14-7-3 at home and 15-7-2 on the road. Ottawa was 25-17-6 overall and the Senators went 15-6-3 at home and 10-11-3 on the road. These two teams met four times during the regular season and they split the meetings 2-2. The home team has actually won the last seven games in this series. Montreal actually holds a 6-4 advantage in the last 10 meetings between these two teams.

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

2013 NHL Playoffs Series Odds – Senators vs. Canadiens

863 Ottawa Senators +130

864 Montreal Canadiens -150

Senators vs. Canadiens Playoff Schedule

Game 1: OTT at MON, Thursday, May 2 7PM ET

Game 2: OTT at MON Friday, May 3 7PM ET

Game 3: MON at OTT Sunday, May 5 7PM ET

Game 4: MON at OTT Tuesday, May 7 7PM ET

Game 5: OTT at MON Thursday, May 9 7PM ET (if necessary)

Game 6: MON at OTT, Saturday, May 11 TBA (if necessary)

Game 7: OTT at MON, Sunday, May 12 TBA (if necessary)

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