NHL Eastern Conference Finals Odds


(TheSpread) – The Pittsburgh Penguins and Boston Bruins will battle it out in the 2013 NHL Eastern Conference Finals. Here is a look at the odds to win this series.

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, the Penguins are the slight favorite to win this series, as they have been given odds of -200 to win this series, while the Bruins have been given a money line of +165. The Penguins are the No. 1 seed in the East while Boston is the No. 4 seed. Game 1 of this series will take place on Saturday at 8PM ET in Pittsburgh.

The Penguins have reached the conference finals thanks to a five-game series win over the Senators. Pittsburgh opened the playoffs by beating the Islanders in six games. Boston defeated the New York Rangers in a sweep to reach the conference finals. Boston also survived a seven-game series with Toronto in the opening round of the playoffs. These two teams met twice during the regular season, with Pittsburgh winning both meetings at home by one goal. A third meeting was scheduled in Boston, but the game was postponed due to the bombing attacks at the Boston Marathon.

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

2013 NHL Eastern Conference Finals Series Odds – Bruins vs. Penguins

871 Boston Bruins +165

872 Pittsburgh Penguins -200

Bruins vs. Penguins Playoff Schedule

Game 1: BOS at PIT Saturday, June 1 8PM ET (NBC)

Game 2: BOS at PIT Monday, June 3 8PM ET (NBCSN)

Game 3: PIT at BOS Wednesday, June 5 8PM ET (NBCSN)

Game 4: PIT at BOS Friday, June 7 8PM ET (NBCSN)

Game 5: BOS at PIT Sunday, June 9 8PM ET (NBCSN) (if necessary)

Game 6: PIT at BOS Tuesday, June 11 TBA (NBCSN) (if necessary)

Game 7: BOS at PIT Wednesday, June 12 TBA (NBCSN) (if necessary)

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