NHL East Game 4 Odds


(TheSpread) – The 2012 NHL Eastern Conference Finals continues on Monday with Game 4 of the series. Here is a look at the odds for this contest.

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The Eastern Conference Finals for Game 4 features the New Jersey Devils hosting the New York Rangers at 8PM ET (View Matchup). The Rangers lead the series 2-1, but the oddsmakers see the Devils as the favorite in this game, giving them a money line of -120, while the Rangers have odds of +100 to win. The over/under total for the game has been set at 4.5 goals.

The Rangers were 28-14-6 on the road this season while the Devils are 28-15-4 at home. The Rangers have now won six of the last 10 meetings with the Devils and three of the last four meetings. These two teams have failed to score more than five goals in their last three contests.

For odds and goal totals for Monday’s game, see below.

2012 NHL Eastern Conference Finals Odds for Monday, May 21

15 New York Rangers +100 (4.5)

16 New Jersey Devils -120

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