Canadiens vs. Rangers Game 4 Odds


NEW YORK (TheSpread) – The NHL Eastern Conference Finals get back to action on Sunday with Game 4. Here is a breakdown of the contest.

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Today’s Game 4 has the Rangers hosting the Canadiens at 8PM ET with the Rangers up 2-1 in the series. According to oddsmakers at, the Rangers are the clear favorite at home, as they have odds of -175 to win the game, while the Canadiens have been given a money line of +155 to win. The over/under total for the game has been set at 5 goals.

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The Canadiens picked up a surprising 3-2 OT win in Game 3 on the road after dropping the first two games in the series at home. Montreal is still without goalie Carey Price, but they found a way to win thanks to the play of Dustin Tokarski, who had 35 saves in Game 3. The road team has now won five of the last six meetings between these two. They have also been held to five goals or less in nine of 10 meetings.

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