NHL Pro Hockey Playoff Sports Betting Odds Previews for April 11, 2019

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The NHL First Round playoffs continue Thursday April 11th with three games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of pro hockey bettors worldwide.

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The action begins at 7PM Eastern Time on NBC Sports Network with Game 1 as the Boston Bruins host the Toronto Maple Leafs. 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 -145 odds with the return on the underdog Maple Leafs at +135 odds. Goal total is set at 6. Boston has been a strong team on home ice sporting a record of 29-9-2 on the season. Though the Maple Leafs have been strong road team on the year at 23-12-4. Maple Leafs do enter the playoffs on a down note dropping three straight and five of six games. Bruins have won three of four against the Maple Leafs this season.

On USA Network at 7:30PM Eastern Time it’s the opener of the series with the Washington Capitals hosting the Carolina Hurricanes. Washington is favored by -145 odds with Carolina bringing back +135 odds. Goal total is 5.5. Capitals are the defending champions. They have swept all four games against the Hurricanes this season winning three in regulation and one by shootout. Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby is 32-19-5 on the season with a 91.1% save percentage. Hurricanes goalie Petr Mrazek is 23-14-3 with a goal against of 2.39.

The late night game gets going at 10PM Eastern Time on NBC Sports Network as the Calgary Flames are home in Game 1 to the Colorado Avalanche. Calgary is favored by -185 odds with the return on Colorado at +165 odds. Total is lined at 6 goals. Flames have a fantastic regular season with a mark of 50-25-3-4 on the year. They beat Colorado in all three of their head to head meetings on the season. At home the Flames scored a total of eleven goals in their two games. Dating back to the past several seasons the Flames have won eight of nine against the Avalanche. Colorado did play well down the stretch as they posted seven wins in their final ten games behind solid defense.

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