Stanley Cup Final Odds

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(TheSpread) – The matchup is set for the 2014 Stanley Cup Final. Here is a look at the odds to win this series.

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The series features the Los Angeles Kings facing the New York Rangers in a best-of-seven series. The Kings have the home-ice advantage with the series going in a 2-2-1-1-1 format. According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, the Kings are favored to win the series, as they have odds of -170 to win, while the Rangers have a money line of +150 to prevail.

The Kings reached the Stanley Cup Final with three Game-7 victories. The Kings started by beating the San Jose Sharks in seven and then defeated the Anaheim Ducks in seven games. In the Western Conference Finals, Los Angeles beat the defending champs, the Chicago Blackhawks, in seven games.

The Rangers’ road to the Stanley Cup Final started with a seven-game series win over the Philadelphia Flyers. The Rangers then went on to beat the Pittsburgh Penguins in seven games before defeating the Montreal Canadiens in six games in the Eastern Conference Final.

These two met twice during the season and each team won once on the road. They hit the under in both games with the Rangers scoring a total of three goals in the two games while the Kings posted just two goals.

Bet on Stanley Cup Final Odds

The series begins on Wednesday in Los Angeles. For odds to win the 2014 Stanley Cup Final, see below

2014 Stanley Cup Final Odds

New York Rangers +150

Los Angeles Kings -170

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