Stanley Cup Game 5 Odds


(TheSpread) – The 2012 Stanley Cup Finals head back to Jersey on Saturday night for Game 5 of the series. Here is a look at the odds for this contest.

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Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals features the New Jersey Devils hosting the Los Angeles Kings at 8:20PM ET (View Matchup) with the Kings holding a 3-1 lead in the series. According to the oddsmakers, this game is an even bet. Both teams have been given odds of -110 to win the game, while the over/under total has been set at 4.5 goals.

The Devils come into this game 30-15-6 at home while the Kings are 28-13-10 on the road. The Devils managed to prolong this series on Wednesday night, winning Game 4, 3-1. Still, the Kings have won six of their last nine against New Jersey. These two teams have been very good at limiting goals, as the under has hit in the last seven games between these two teams.

For a look at the odds to win Game 5 of the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals, see below.

2012 NHL Stanley Cup Final Game 5 Odds To Win

9 Los Angeles Kings -110 (4.5)

10 New Jersey Devils -110

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