Stanley Cup Final Game 4 Prop Odds


(TheSpread) – The 2014 Stanley Cup Final faces a potential finish tonight in Game 4. Here is a look at the prop odds available for tonight’s contest.

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According to oddsmakers at, the Rangers are favored to win Game 4, as they have odds of -130 to prevail, while the Kings have a money line of +110 to prevail. The over/under total for the game has been set at 5 goals. When it comes to individuals, the focus is on Rick Nash of the Rangers and Jeff Carter of the Kings. Both players have been given an over/under of 3.5 shots on goal for this game.

Carter scored the game-winning goal of Game 3, scoring late in the first period. The Kings managed to post a total of three goals despite having only 15 shots as a team. Carter now has 24 points in the postseason and he has a total of 65 shots over 24 games, which is an average of 2.7 per game. Carter had four shots in Game 3 and he has had 11 shots over the Stanley Cup Final.

Nash had four shots in Game 3 of the series, but couldn’t find the net on any of them. Nash has just 10 points in the postseason on a total of 80 shots. He is averaging 3.47 shots per game in the playoffs over 23 games. Nash has a total of 15 shots over the three games of this series.

Bet on Stanley Cup Final Prop Odds

Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final takes place tonight at 8PM ET. For a look at the prop odds for tonight’s game, see below

2014 Stanley Cup Final Game 4 Prop Odds

Game 4 Odds

Los Angeles Kings +110 Over 5

New York Rangers -130 Under 5

Team Prop Odds

Will either team score in the first 10 minutes: Yes (-105) No (-125)

Team to score first: Rangers (-130) Kings (+110)

Team to score last: Rangers (-110) Kings (-110)

Total goals for the Rangers: Over/under 2.5

Total goals for the Kings: Over/under 2.5

Total shots on goal for the Rangers: Over/under 31.5

Total shots on goal for the Kings: Over/under 30.5

Player Prop Odds

Total shots on goal for Martin St. Louis (Rangers): Over/under 2.5

Total shots on goal for Brad Richards (Rangers): Over/under 3

Total shots on goal for Rick Nash (Rangers): Over/under 3.5

Total shots on goal for Jeff Carter (Kings): Over/under 3.5

Total shots on goal for Anze Kopitar (Kings): Over/under 2.5

Total shots on goal for Justin Williams (Kings): Over/under 3

Player to score the first goal

Jeff Carter (Kings) +800

Marian Gaborik (Kings) +900

Anze Kopitar (Kings) +1000

Rick Nash (Rangers) +1000

Martin St Louis (Rangers) +1000

Chris Kreider (Rangers) +1200

Carl Hagelin (Rangers) +1500

Justin Williams (Kings) +1500

Derek Stepan (Rangers) +1500

Tyler Toffoli (Kings) +1600

Brad Richards (Rangers) +1800

Mats Zuccarello (Rangers) +2000

Derick Brassard (Rangers) +2000

Tanner Pearson (Kings) +2000

Drew Doughty (Kings) +2000

Dustin Brown (Kings) +2000

Ryan McDonagh (Rangers) +2000

Benoit Pouliot (Rangers) +2500

Mike Richards (Kings) +2500

Dwight King (Kings) +2500

Alec Martinez (Kings) +2500

Jarrett Stoll (Kings) +3000

Jake Muzzin (Kings) +3000

Trevor Lewis (Kings) +3000

Dominic Moore (Kings) +3000

Brian Boyle (Rangers) +3500

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