NHL East Finals Game 3 Odds

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(TheSpread) – The NHL Eastern Conference Finals resume action on Wednesday with Game 3. Here is a look at the odds for this contest.

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Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals features the Boston Bruins hosting the Pittsburgh Penguins at 8PM ET (View Matchup), with Boston leading the series, 2-0. According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, the Bruins are the slight favorite at home, as they have odds of -120 to win, while the Penguins have been given a money line of +100 for the game. The over/under total for Game 3 has been set at 5.5 goals. When looking at updated series odds, Boston is the clear favorite now, as it has a money line of -320 to win, while the Penguins have odds of +260 to win this series.

Boston comes into Game 3 with a 38-17-7 overall record and 21-7-3 record at home. Pittsburgh is now 44-16-1 overall and 21-7-1 on the road. Boston has dominated the series thus far, outscoring Pittsburgh 9-1 in the two games. The two wins for Boston came after Pittsburgh had won six-straight meetings with the Bruins. These two have hit the under in seven of their last 10 meetings.

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For odds and over/under totals for the Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals, see below.

2013 NHL Eastern Conference Finals Game 3 Odds

11 Pittsburgh Penguins +100 (5.5)

12 Boston Bruins -120

Updated Series Price:

871 Boston Bruins -320

872 Pittsburgh Penguins +260

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