LA Kings at San Jose Sharks NHL Pro Hockey Betting Preview

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Two Pacific Division foes battle out in the late night on Wednesday April 16th over national television from NHL Pro Hockey as he LA Kings make the trip up north to face the San Jose Sharks. The Kings and Sharks will get things started from San Jose at 10:30PM Eastern Time and the NBC Sports Network will provide the live national television broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker sportsbook, where the bonuses are the best in the business has each team returning -110 odds for the win so it is a pick. The goal over under line is set at 5 goals with over five goals the favored by -125 odds and the under 5 goals bringing bac +105 odds. Those who play the puck line with the San Jose Sharks and lays the -1 ½ goals will get back +265 odds. Bettors who choose the 1 ½ goal head start with the LA Kings will lay -325 odds.

A looks at the playoff standings and we find the road team LA Kings with 52 points and holding a one point lead over the fifth place San Jose Sharks for the fourth seed. Team who finished with the four seed will have home ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs. At 52 points the Kings are five points ahead of the ninth seeded Columbus Blue Jackets with just six games remaining. Columbus is four points behind the San Jose Sharks. LA has struggled on the road this season with an 8-10-3 record on the highway. LA is trying to shake off some recent road woes by losing three straight. The Sharks have been good at home during the shortened season with an impressive mark of 14-1-5. The Sharks return home from a 2-2 road trip after a 4-0 shout out win at Phoenix on Monday. The Kings were idle on Sunday and will be playing their first game since a 2-1 home victory against the Colorado Avalanche on Saturday.

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