NHL Pro Hockey Finals Betting Odds for Monday June 3, 2019

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The NHL playoff card for Monday June 3rd features Game 3 of the Finals over national television to the satisfaction of pro hockey bettors worldwide.

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The action begins at 8PM Eastern Time on NBC TV as the St Louis Blues are home to the Boston Bruins. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side St Louis Blues favored by -117 odds with the return on the underdog Boston Bruins at +107 odds. Goal over under line is set at 5 ½ goals.

Boston takes the 2-1 series lead after their 7-2 win at St Louis in Game 3 on Saturday. Bruins were fantastic on the man advantage scoring four goals on power play situations. Boston scored four goals in a ten minute span of the first period trickling into the second period. Seven different Bruins scored in the game. The Bruins top line has played very well in this series and they continue to get solid goaltending out of Tuuka Rask. It was a rough night in net for Blues rookie Jordan Binnington who allowed five goals in the nineteen he faced. The Blues went to their bench with backup Jake Allen who allowed one goal in the four shots he saw. Boston also netted an empty net goal late in the game. St Louis did outshoot Boston 29-24. It was a four point night for Boston defenseman Torey Krug who had a goal and three assists. Center Patrice Bergeron had a goal and two assists for three points in the game.

Boston goalie Tuuka Rask turned away 27 of 29 shots. Rask in 20 playoff games this season has a goal against average of 1.01 and 14-6 record. He has allowed two goals in regulation or fewer in eight straight and fifteen of sixteen playoff games. Patrice Bergeron has led the Bruins with nine goals in the playoffs. Jordan Binnington in the playoffs has a goal against average of 2.54 in 22 games and is 13-9. Boston has scored 13 goals in the three playoff games. Binnington gave up five goals twice in the San Jose series and allowed six goals in a game in the Winnipeg series.

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