NHL East Finals Game 2 Odds


(TheSpread) – The NHL Eastern Conference Finals continue on Wednesday with Game 2. Here is a look at the odds for this contest.

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Game 2 of the series features the New York Rangers hosting the New Jersey Devils at 8PM ET (View Matchup) with the Rangers leading the series 1-0. According to oddsmakers, New York is the favorite to win Game 2 on Wednesday, as they have a money line of -130 to win, while the Devils have been given odds of +110 to prevail. The over/under total for the game has been set at 4.5 goals.

The Rangers have a home record of 33-14-3 this season while the Devils are 28-18-3 on the road. With the 3-0 win in Game 1, the Rangers have won three of their last four against the Devils. The home team has also won four straight between these two teams. These two have also combined to score five goals or less in four of their last five meetings.

For odds and goal totals for each of Wednesday’s games, see below.

2012 NHL Eastern Conference Final Odds for Wednesday, May 16

7 New Jersey Devils +110 (4.5)

8 New York Rangers -130

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