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Stanley Cup Series Prop Odds

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(The Spread) – The 2012 Stanley Cup Finals kicks off Wednesday and oddsmakers have put together prop odds centered on the series.

What will be the correct score of the best-of-seven games series? The Kings winning in four games has odds of 7/1 while the Kings winning in five is 9/2. The Kings winning in six is 3/1, the Kings winning in seven is 5/1 and the Devils pulling off the sweep has odds of 14/1. The Devils winning in five or six games has the same price of 7/1, respectively, while New Jersey winning in seven has odds of 5/1.

How many total games will the series go? Four games has odds of +600 while five games has odds of +245. The “favorite,” so to speak, is the series going six games, which has odds of +170 while the odds for if the series goes seven games is +185.

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Where will the series be decided? The Staples Center in Los Angeles has odds of +110 while the Prudential Center in New Jersey has odds of -140. And for how many games of the Stanley Cup will go to overtime, the over/under has been set at 1.5, with the over carrying odds of +135 and the under being installed at -165.

Will either team record a shutout in the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals? The odds for “Yes” are -150 while the odds for “No” are +120. And for whether or not there will be a suspension in this year’s Stanley Cup, the odds for “Yes” are +300 while the odds for “No” are -500.

Game 1 of the Stanley Cup will be played in New Jersey on Wednesday night, with the puck dropping at 8:00PM ET. The Kings are currently -107 on the money line while the Kings are -101. The over/under total is currently sitting at 4.5 goals.

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