Chicago Blackhawks at LA Kings NHL Pro Hockey Betting Preview

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The Chicago Blackhawks hold a slim 2-1 lead in their Western conference finals with the LA Kings and these two NHL clubs will hook up for game four of their series on Thursday June 6th. The Blackhawks and Kings will get things started from Staples Center at 9PM Eastern Time and NBC Sports Network will provide the live television broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home team LA Kings favored by -120 odds with the return on the Chicago Blackhawks at an underdog price of +100 odds. The goal total is lined at 4 ½ goals with the over favored by -135 odds and the under 4 ½ goals returning +115 odds. Those who wager on the puck line with the LA Kings and lays the -1 ½ goals will get back +255 odds. Those who take the +1 ½ goal head start with the road team Chicago Blackhawks will have to lay -310 odds for the puck line wager.

The Kings are undefeated at home in the playoffs with a record of 8-0 at Staples Center. If you factor in the regular season the LA Kings are riding a perfect 15-0 record at home. They cut the Blackhawks margin to 2-1 in this best of seven series after the LA Kings defeated Chicago 3-1 in game three and covered as a -113 home favorite. The LA Kings power play as well as offense has been an issue for this club. They have scored just 30 goals in 15 playoff games and in this Chicago series the Kings are just 1 of 11 on the power play in this series. The LA Kings center Mike Richards has missed the past two games after taking a big hit in game one. He is listed as questionable as media reports signal a possible concussion. Chicago is 1-3 in their past four road games scoring no more than one goal in those three games. In the Detroit series the Blackhawks fell behind 3-1 before rallying to win three straight to beat the Red Wings in seven games.

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