Stanley Cup Final Game 5 Prop Odds


LOS ANGELES (TheSpread) – The 2014 Stanley Cup Final could see its end tonight. Here is a look at what players may have an impact on its outcome.

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According to oddsmakers at, the Kings are favored to win Game 5, as they have odds of -170, while the Rangers have a money line of +150 to prevail. The over/under total has been set at 5 goals. When it comes to individuals, the focus is on Martin St. Louis of the Rangers and Jeff Carter of the Kings.

St. Louis has been given over/under odds of 2.5 shots on goal for tonight’s game. St. Louis had the game-winning goal in Wednesday’s Game. He now has eight goals and seven assists in the playoffs. He has tallied a total of 51 shots over 24 games, which is an average of 2.125 per game. St. Louis has 7 shots over the four games in this series. He had a series-high of three in Game 4.

Carter has been given over/under odds of 3.5 shots for tonight’s game. Carter has 10 goals and 14 assists in the postseason while taking 69 shots over 25 games, an average of 2.76 per game. Carter had four shots on goal in Game 4 Wednesday night and has had four shots in three of the four games in the series. He is averaging 3.75 shots per game in the series.

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Game 5 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 5 Prop Odds

Game 5 Odds

Los Angeles Kings -170 Over 5

New York Rangers +150 Under 5

Team Prop Odds

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

Team to score first: Rangers (+105) Kings (-135)

Team to score last: Rangers (-110) Kings (-120)

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 29.5

Total shots on goal for the Kings: Over/under 33.5

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) +900

Anze Kopitar (Kings) +900

Marian Gaborik (Kings) +900

Martin St Louis (Rangers) +1000

Rick Nash (Rangers) +1000

Chris Kreider (Rangers) +1200

Derek Stepan (Rangers) +1500

Justin Williams (Kings) +1500

Carl Hagelin (Rangers) +1500

Tyler Toffoli (Kings) +1600

Brad Richards (Rangers) +1800

Tanner Pearson (Kings) +2000

Dustin Brown (Kings) +2000

Derick Brassard (Rangers) +2000

Drew Doughty (Kings) +2000

Ryan McDonagh (Rangers) +2000

Mats Zuccarello (Rangers) +2000

Dwight King (Kings) +2500

Alec Martinez (Kings) +2500

Mike Richards (Kings) +2500

Benoit Pouliot (Rangers) +2500

Jake Muzzin (Kings) +3000

Jarrett Stoll (Kings) +3000

Dominic Moore (Kings) +3000

Trevor Lewis (Kings) +3000

Brian Boyle (Rangers) +3500

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