Rangers vs. Bruins Series Odds


(TheSpread) – The Boston Bruins and New York Rangers meet up in the final second round series of the NHL Playoffs. Here is a look at the odds to win this series.

View Current NHL Odds

According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, the Bruins are the slim favorite to win this game, as they have odds of -125 to win while the Rangers have a money line of +105 to win. This is an Eastern Conference semifinal with the Bruins as the fourth seed and the Rangers the sixth seed. Game 1 of this series will take place today at 7:30PM ET in Boston.

Boston is 32-17-6 overall, 18-7-3 at home and 14-10-3 on the road. The Bruins beat the fifth-seeded Toronto Maple Leafs in seven games to reach this round of the playoffs. The Rangers are 30-19-6 overall, 19-6-2 at home and 11-13-4 on the road. The Rangers beat the third-seeded Washington Capitals in seven games. These two teams met three times during the regular season, with New York winning two of the three games. The Rangers have also won seven of their last nine against Boston.

Bet on NHL Odds

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

2013 NHL Playoffs Series Odds – Rangers vs. Bruins

847 New York Rangers +105

848 Boston Bruins -125

Rangers vs. Bruins Playoff Schedule

Game 1: NYR at BOS, Thursday, May 16 7:30PM ET

Game 2: NYR at BOS, Sunday, May 19 3PM ET

Game 3: BOS at NYR, Tuesday, May 21 7:30PM ET

Game 4: BOS at NYR, Thursday, May 23 7PM ET

Game 5: NYR at BOS, Saturday, May 25 TBA (if necessary)

Game 6: BOS at NYR, Monday, May 27 TBA (if necessary)

Game 7: NYR at BOS, Wednesday, May 29 TBA (if necessary)

Want More From TheSpread.com? Follow us on Twitter and Facebook or Subscribe to Our News Feeds!

NHL Top Stories

Thumbnail Chicago hopes to hammer Calgary tonight The Blackhawks don’t resemble their usual selves through the first six games of the season. Fortunately for the Windy City faithful, a get-well card should...
Thumbnail Confident Canadiens welcome Philly to town   The Canadiens emerged victorious from their wide-open battle against Boston over the weekend. Will Michel Therrien’s club be able to thrive at a more...
Thumbnail Anaheim searching for early-season traction After commencing the season with four straight wins, Vancouver finally fell last night in shootout fashion. Will Willie...
Thumbnail Wild's top threat tries to snap out of funk Minnesota’s off to a 3-1-1 start despite getting no production from its best offensive player. But will Zach Parise finally light the lamp today?
Thumbnail Price's re-emergence heightens Habs' hopes The Canadiens managed to make it through the first three games of the season without Carey Price. Yet the Atlantic Division stalwarts were undeniably stoked...
More inNHL Articles  

NHL Headlines

More inNHL News  

NHL Team Pages