New Jersey Devils at LA Kings Game 3 NHL Pro Hockey Betting Preview

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The 2011-12 NHL Stanley Cup Final will move to west coast as the LA Kings will look to take a strangle hold of their best of seven playoff series against the New Jersey Devils on Monday night. Face off time from Staples Center in Los Angeles is scheduled for 8PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by the NBC Sports Network.

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The game three odds posted at Oddsmaker has the home team LA Kings favored by -160 odds with the take back on the road underdog New Jersey Devils at +140 odds. The goal over under is currently lined at 4 ½ goals. A puck line bet on the LA Kings and laying the -1 ½ goals will return +220 odds. Those taking the +1 ½ goals on the side of the New Jersey Devils will lay -260 odds for their puck line wager. The adjusted playoff series heading into game three has the LA Kings the overwhelming favorite at -1100 odds to win the Stanley Cup with the underdog New Jersey Devils return at +700 odds to make the comeback from down 0-2 in this series.

Game two was a carbon copy of game one of this Stanley Cup Final as the LA Kings were able to break through in the overtime period to produce their second consecutive 2-1 victory over the New Jersey Devils as a +100 road underdog. Like in game one the goal over under went under the total of 4 ½ goals.

The Los Angeles Kings has been a juggernaut in the 2011-12 Stanley Cup Playoffs with an overall record of 14-2 in their 16 playoff games. This is their fourth straight 2-0 lead in a playoff series and are going tonight for 4 straight playoff series where they have taken a commanding 3-0 series lead. The Kings defense has just been outstanding. LA has allowed two goals or less now in 11 of their past 12 games and in 14 of their 16 Stanley Cup playoff games. New Jersey has won their past two road games as they defeated the New York Rangers in game two and the critical game five at Madison Square Garden to break a 2-2 series tie in the Eastern Conference Final.

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