Stanley Cup Exact Results Odds


(TheSpread) – With the 2014 Stanley Cup Final beginning tomorrow, here is a look at the exact results odds for 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 BetDSI, the results with the shortest odds has the Kings winning in 7 (3/1). The other shortest odds are the Kings in 5 (7/2) and the Kings in 6 (4/1). The Rangers best odds are to win in 6 (9/2).

In these playoffs, 14 series have been played and seven of them have gone to seven games, including all three of the series featuring the Kings. Five series have gone six games while just one went five and one went four games.

These two teams met twice this season with the road team winning each game. These two have actually split their last 10 meetings.

The last two Stanley Cup Finals have went six games and it has went six in four of the last six years. The series has went seven games five times in the last 10 years. The Final has went just five games one time in the last 10 years and there hasn’t been a sweep since 1998.

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The series begins on Wednesday in Los Angeles. For the exact results odds for the 2014 Stanley Cup Final, see below

2014 Stanley Cup Final Exact Results Odds

4 Games Kings Win 10/1

4 Games Rangers Win 12/1

5 Games Kings Win 7/2

5 Games Rangers Win 6/1

6 Games Kings Win 4/1

6 Games Rangers Win 9/2

7 Games Kings Win 3/1

7 Games Rangers Win 5/1

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