Blackhawks vs. Blues Series Odds
(TheSpread) – Two longtime rivals meet up in the opening round of the NHL Playoffs as the St. Louis Blues face the Chicago Blackhawks. Here is a look at the odds for this series.
The Blues are the No. 2 seed in the Central region, while the Blackhawks are the No. 3 seed. According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, despite having home-ice in the series, St. Louis is the slight underdog to win, as they have odds of -105 to win the series, while the Blackhawks have odds of -115 to win.
St. Louis went 52-23-7 on the season, earning 111 points. The Blues were 28-9-4 at home and 24-14-3 on the road. St. Louis scored a total of 248 goals on the season while allowing just 191, which was the second fewest in the Western Conference.
Chicago was 46-21-15 overall this season, racking up 107 points. The Blackhawks were 27-7-7 at home and 19-14-8 on the road. Chicago scored 267 goals this season while allowing 220. The 267 goals were the most of any team in the NHL this season.
These two teams met five times during the season, with St. Louis winning the first three games and then Chicago winning the final two. The Blackhawks scored 17 goals in the five games while the Blues had 14. These two hit the under in three of the five meetings this year.
For the schedule and odds available for the Blackhawks vs. Blues series, see below
2014 NHL Playoffs Series Odds – Blackhawks vs. Blues
Chicago Blackhawks -115
St. Louis Blues -105
Exact Series Result
St. Louis Blues win 4-0 11/1
St. Louis Blues win 4-1 11/2
St. Louis Blues win 4-2 5/1
St. Louis Blues win 4-3 4/1
Chicago Blackhawks win 4-0 10/1
Chicago Blackhawks win 4-1 6/1
Chicago Blackhawks win 4-2 4/1
Chicago Blackhawks win 4-3 5/1
Game 1: at STL, Thursday, April 17, 8PM ET (NBCSN)
Game 2: at STL, Saturday, April 19, 3PM ET (NBC)
Game 3: at CHI, Monday, April 21, 8:30PM ET (CNBC)
Game 4: at CHI, Wednesday, April 23, 9:30PM ET (NBCSN)
Game 5: at STL, Friday, April 25, 8PM ET (NBCSN)*
Game 6: at CHI, Sunday, April 27, 3PM ET (NBC)*
Game 7: at STL, Tuesday, April 29, TBD (CBC)*