NHL Pro Hockey Playoff Betting Odds Saturday June 1, 2019

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The NHL playoffs continue Saturday June 1st with a single game scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of pro hockey bettors worldwide.

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It will be Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals on NBC Sports Network at 8PM Eastern Time 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 -115 odds with the return on the road underdog Boston Bruins at -105 odds. Run total came in at 5 goals.

The series moves to St Louis tied at 1-1. St Louis responded with their Game 1 defeat with the 3-2 win in overtime at Boston Wednesday night. Blues brought a physical tone into the win and got a good night in net by rookie goaltender John Binnington who turned away 21 of 23 shots on goal. Boston got on the board first on the power play at 4:44 with a goal by Coyle. Bortuzzo at even strength made it 1-1. The teams then traded goals in the final ten minutes of the first period and it was 2-2. There was no scoring the rest of the way in regulation. At 3:51 in overtime it was Carl Gunnarsson at even strength scoring the game winning goal to even the series. It was only his third goal of the season and first of the playoffs.

Blues were the more aggressive team as they outshot the Bruins 37-23 and 4-0 in the overtime period. Bruins goaltender Tukkaa Rask turned away 34 of 37 shots. Rask has allowed two regulation goals or fewer in fourteen of his past fifteen playoff games. St Louis was near the bottom of the Western conference in mid-December. The team turned to Jordan Binnington who was instrumental in the Blues turnaround and entrance into the Stanley Cup Finals. In the playoffs the Blues goaltender is 13-8 with a goal against average of 2.37. Jaden Schwartz has led the team in goals during the playoffs with 12. In the Stanley Cup Finals Schwartz has no goals and two assists. He has no goals in five of his past six playoff games.

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