Stanley Cup Final Game 6 Odds


(TheSpread) – The 2013 NHL Stanley Cup Finals could come to an end on Monday night. Here is a look at the odds and over/under total for Game 6 of the series.

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Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals features the Boston Bruins hosting the Chicago Blackhawks at 8PM ET (View Matchup) with Chicago leading the series, 3-2. According to oddsmakers at, the Bruins are favored to win Game 6, as they have odds of -130 to win, while the Blackhawks have a money line of +110. The over/under total for this game has been set at 4.5 goals. When it comes to updated Stanley Cup odds, Chicago is now the clear favorite to win the Cup, as they have odds of -340, while the Bruins have been given a money line of +280 to win two straight games over Chicago.

Chicago is 51-12-7 overall and 22-8-3 on the road. Boston comes into the game 42-18-9 overall and 24-7-4 at home. Chicago has rattled off two-straight wins in this series after falling behind 2-1 to start the series. The home team is 3-2 in this series and three of the five games have went into overtime. No game has been decided by more than two goals thus far, either. The two teams have hit the under in five of their last seven meetings.

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For odds on Game 6 of the 2013 Stanley Cup Final, see below

2013 Stanley Cup Final Game 6 Odds

61 Chicago Blackhawks +110 (4.5)

62 Boston Bruins -130

Updated Series Price

91 Boston Bruins +280

92 Chicago Blackhawks -340

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