Eastern Conference Final Odds

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(TheSpread) – The 2012 Eastern Conference Final has its matchup set. Here is a look at the odds for the title series.

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The conference championship features No. 1 New York taking on No. 6 New Jersey. According to the oddsmakers, the Rangers are the favorite to advance to the Stanley Cup Final, as they have been given odds of -160 to win the series, while the Devils have a money line of +140. The Rangers have the home-ice edge. They were 28-14-4 at home and 28-17-3 on the road. The Devils were 32-14-3 at home this season and 27-14-6 on the road.

These two teams met six times during the season and split the series 3-3. The home team won four of the six games in the series. The Rangers were favored in each of the six games regardless of whether they were at home or on the road. When it came to an over/under, they went over twice, under twice, and pushed twice.

For a look at the series odds in the 2012 Eastern Conference Championship, see below.

2012 NHL Eastern Conference Championship Series Prices

853 New Jersey Devils +140

854 New York Rangers -160

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