Stanley Cup Game 3 Props

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LOS ANGELES, CA (TheSpread) – The 2012 Stanley Cup Finals continue on Monday with Game 3 of the series. Here is a look at the prop odds that are available for this contest.

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Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals feature the Los Angeles Kings hosting the New Jersey Devils at 8:05PM ET (View Matchup). The Kings lead the series 2-0 and they are the favorite to win Game 3, as they have been given a money line of -160 to win, while the Devils have odds of +140. The over/under for the game has been set at 4.5 goals.

In Game 2, Jeff Carter was the hero for the Kings, as he had the game-winning goal in overtime to give L.A. the 2-1 victory. For Game 3, he has been given over/under odds of 2.5 shots on goal. Carter has had three shots on goal in each of the first two games of the Stanley Cup Final. He has had 43 shots in 16 playoffs games this year, which averages out to 2.678 per game.

For the Devils in Game 2, Patrik Elias led the way with four shots on goal. He has been given over/under odds of 2.5 shots on goal for Game 3. Elias had the four shots in Game 2, but had just one in Game 1. He has only had more than two shots on goal in one of his last six games. For the playoffs, Elias has a total of 53 shots on goal over 20 games, which is an average of 2.65 per contest.

For a look at the prop odds for Game 3 of the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals, see below.

2012 NHL Stanley Cup Finals Game 3 Prop Odds

Team/Game Props

Will either team score in first 10 minutes of play: Yes +120; No -150

Team to score first: Kings -135; Devils +105

Team to score last: Kings -120; Devils -110

Will the game go into overtime: Yes +250; No -330

Total shots on goal for the Kings: Over/Under 28.5

Total shots on goal for the Devils: Over/Under 26.5

First goal of the game will be: Even Strength -250; Any other goal +190

First goal scored by a forward or defenseman: Forward -500; Defenseman +350

Team to record the most penalty minutes: Kings -140; Devils +110

Team to win the most faceoffs: Kings -125; Devils -105

Total goals scored for the Kings will be: Odds -115; Even -115

Total goals scored for the Devils will be: Odds -115; Even -115

Total goals scored in the game will be: Odds -240; Even +180

Player Props

Total shots on goal for Dustin Brown (Kings): Over/Under 3.5

Will Brown record a point: Yes +120; No -150

Total points+shots on goal for Anze Kopitar (Kings): Over/Under 3.5

Total points+shots on goal for Justin Williams (Kings): Over/Under 3.5

Total points+shots on goal for Mike Richards (Kings): Over/Under 3.5

Total shots on goal for Jeff Carter (Kings): Over/Under 2.5

Will Dustin Penner (Kings) record a point: Yes +160; No -200

Will Drew Doughty (Kings) record a point: Yes +130; No -160

Total shots on goal for Doughty: Over/Under 2.5

Will Jarret Stoll (Kings) record a point: Yes +220; No -300

Total points+shots on goal for Ilya Kovalchuk (Devils): Over/Under 3.5

Total points+shots on goal for Zach Parise (Devils): Over/Under 4

Total points+shots on goal for Travis Zajac (Devils: Over/Under 2.5

Total shots on goal for Patrik Elias (Devils): Over/Under 2.5

Total shots on goal for David Clarkston (Devils): Over/Under 2

Total shots on goal for Marek Zidlicky (Devils): Over/Under 1.5

Will Adam Henrique (Devils) record a point: Yes +175; No -225

Will Dainius Zubrus (Devils) record a point: Yes +175; No -225

Will Alexei Ponikarovsky (Devils) record a point: Yes +210; No -280

Will Bruce Salvadoe (Devils) record a point: Yes +220; No -300

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