Senators vs. Penguins Series Odds

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(TheSpread) – The Pittsburgh Penguins and Ottawa Senators kickoff the second round of the NHL Playoffs. Here is a look at the odds to win this series.

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, the Penguins are the favorite to win this best-of-seven series, as they have odds of -280 to win, while the Senators have been given a money line of +220. The Penguins come into this series as the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference while the Senators are the seventh seed in the East. Game 1 takes place tonight at 7:30PM ET in Pittsburgh.

The Penguins reached this round by beating the eighth-seeded New York Islanders in six games while the Senators defeated the second-seeded Montreal Canadiens in six games. Pittsburgh is now 40-14 on the season, 20-7 at home and 20-7 on the road. Ottawa is 29-18-6 overall, 17-6-3 at home and 12-12-3 on the road. These two teams met three times during the season, and the Penguins won all three meetings, with two of the wins coming by at least two goals. The Penguins have also won five of their last seven against the Senators.

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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. Penguins

841 Ottawa Senators +220

842 Pittsburgh Penguins -280

Senators vs. Penguins Playoff Schedule

Game 1: OTT at PIT, Tuesday, May 14 7:30PM ET

Game 2: OTT at PIT TBA

Game 3: PIT at OTT TBA

Game 4: PIT at OTT TBA

Game 5: OTT at PIT TBA (if necessary)

Game 6: PIT at OTT, TBA (if necessary)

Game 7: OTT at PIT, TBA (if necessary)

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