NHL Pro Hockey Betting Odds Wednesday June 12, 2019

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The NHL Stanley Cup Finals will end on Wednesday June 12th with a dramatic Game 7 scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of pro hockey bettors worldwide.

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A Stanley Cup Finals champion will be crowned as the Boston Bruins host the St Louis Blues at 8PM Eastern Time on NBC TV. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Boston Bruins favored by -165 odds with the return on the underdog St Louis Blues at +145 odds. Goal total is lined at 5 ½ goals.

Facing elimination on the road in Game 6 the Boston Bruins forced the deciding Game 7 with their 5-1 victory. Boston got on board with a power play goal by Brad Marchand at 8:40. Boston then blew the game open with four third period goals by four different players. There was an empty net goal by Chara at 17:41 to end the scoring. Zdeno Chara suffered a broken jaw earlier in the series but was able to work his way back into the lineup. In Game 4 Chara took a puck to his face but showed the courage to play through the injury in Game 5 and 6 of this NHL Finals.

Boston continues to get good goaltending. Bruins have allowed two goals or fewer in regulation in ten of their past eleven playoff games. Tuuka Rask should the Bruins win Game 7 is the favorite to win the MVP of the series. Rask in 23 playoff games has a goal against average of 1.93 and 15-8 record. Brad Marchand has led the Bruins in the playoffs with 23 points and nine goals. Boston is getting production from their supporting lines. Centermen Patrice Bergeron has 17 points in the playoffs, Charlie Coyle 16 points and David Krejci with 15 points. St Louis was one of the worst teams in the Western conference in mid-December. They turned to rookie Jordan Binnington to help the Blues quality for the postseason then win their way into the Stanley Cup Finals. In the playoffs, Binnington is 15-10 with a goal against average of 2.52. St Louis has responded with wins after every loss in these playoffs. Blues have won in Boston twice in these Finals.

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