NHL Pro Hockey Playoff Betting Previews for Thursday April 17th

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The NHL Playoffs will continue on Thursday April 17th with four outstanding first round Game 1’s that will satisfy the appetite of pro hockey bettors worldwide. The action on the ice will get started at 7PM Eastern Time.

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It all gets started at 7PM Eastern Time on CNBC as the Philadelphia Flyers will be the road side as they open up their best of seven series at the New York Rangers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the New York Rangers favored by -150 odds with the return on the Philadelphia Flyers at +130 odds. The goal total is lined at five goals. The Rangers were better on the road this year. The team is just 20-17-2-2 at Madison Square Garden this season.

An outstanding playoff out west begins on Thursday as the Chicago Blackhawks will open up their best of seven series on the road as they face the St Louis Blues. The Blackhawks and Blues will begin from at St Louis at 8PM Eastern Time on NBC Sports Network. St Louis is favored by -130 odds with the Blackhawks returning +110 odds. The goal total is set at 5 ½ goals.

The surprise of the 2013-14 NHL season have been the Colorado Avalanche and they open up their best of seven series in Game 1 hosting the Minnesota Wild. The Avalanche and Wild will get things started from Colorado at 9:30PM Eastern Time on CNBC. Colorado is favored by -145 odds with the return on the Wild at +125 odds. The goal over under is lined at 5 goals.

The late night game will be two fierce rivals in the Pacific Division as the LA Kings will travel up north to battle the San Jose Sharks. Face off from San Jose is set for 10:30PM Eastern Time on NBC Sports Network. San Jose is favored by -145 odds with the return on the LA Kings at +125 odds. The goal total came out at five goals. These two clubs met last year in the playoffs that ended in seven games with each team winning on home ice.

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