New Jersey Devils at LA Kings Game 6 NHL Pro Hockey Betting Preview

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The Stanley Cup Final will move west once again as a critical game six is necessary on Monday night in the best of seven series between the New Jersey Devils and LA Kings with LA holding the slim 3-2 advantage. The Devils and Kings will face off from Staples Center in Los Angeles at 8PM Eastern Time and NBC will provide the live national television broadcast.

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The current betting odds in game six at Oddsmaker has the LA Kings the -170 home favorite with the New Jersey Devils the underdog with a take back of +150 odds. The goal total is set at 4 ½ goals with the under favored at -120 odds and over the total returning +100 odds. Those who bet the puck line on the LA Kings and surrendering -1 ½ goals will get back +200 odds. Bettors playing the New Jersey Devils on the puck line in game six and receiving a goal and a half will have to lay -240 odds for their wager. The adjusted series price now reveals the LA Kings as a -450 favorite to win the Stanley Cup with the New Jersey Devils the underdog at +375 odds.

After taking a 3-0 series lead in this 2012 Stanley Cup Final the LA Kings have hit a bump in the road win two consecutive losses to see their lead shrink. After scoring four goals in game three the LA Kings resorted back offensively to their regular season ways of finding difficulty putting goals into net. LA was held to just one goal in losses in game four and game five and must find a way to solve Devils net minder Richard Brodeur.

The under is trending heavily in this game as all five games of this Stanley Cup Final has played under the posted total. Dating back to their regular season meetings the Kings and Devils have played to eight straight unders. With Richard Brodeur minding the Devils net and Jonathan Quick in goal for the Kings it’s hard to envision games other than low scoring when these two clubs meet up. LA is 8-1 to the under in their past nine playoff games.

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