Stanley Cup Final Game 1 Odds

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LOS ANGELES, CA (TheSpread) – The 2014 NHL Stanley Cup Final gets started later tonight. Here is a breakdown of the opening game in the series.

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Today’s contest has the Los Angeles Kings hosting the New York Rangers at 8PM ET in Game 1 of the series. According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, the Kings are favored at home in this game, as they have odds of -150 to win, while the Rangers have been given a money line of +130 to prevail. The over/under total for the contest has been set at 5 goals.

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These two teams met twice during the season, with each team winning once and both teams winning on the road. The Rangers posted three goals in the two games while the Kings were held to just two. They hit the under in both meetings. In the last 10 meetings between these two, they have split the series 5-5. These two have scored five goals or less in four of their last five meetings.

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