NHL Pro Hockey Playoff Sports Betting Odds Previews for April 12, 2019

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The NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs continue with first round action as there are four games on the schedule to the delight of pro hockey bettors worldwide.

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At 7:30PM Eastern Time on NBC Sports Network it will be Game 2 as the New York Islanders are home to the Pittsburgh Penguins. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Pittsburgh Penguins favored by -110 odds with the home underdog New York Islanders bringing back +110 odds. Goal total is set at 5 ½ goals. New York has the 1-0 series lead following the 4-3 win in overtime to the Penguins. Islanders failed to hold the 3-2 lead late in the third period by allowing a goal by Schultz with a minute and a half remaining that forced the overtime period. The game winner for the Islanders came at 4:30 by Bailey. Pittsburgh did outshoot the Islanders by a 44-34 margin. Lehner for New York turned away 41 of 44 shots in the win. Eberle had a goal and assist for New York to finish with two points.

The late night game starts at 10:30PM Eastern Time on NBC Sports Network in Game 2 with the San Jose Sharks hosting the Vegas Golden Knights. San Jose is favored by -135 odds with the return on the underdog Golden Knights at +115 odds. Total is lined at 6 ½ goals. San Jose takes the 1-0 series lead by beating Vegas to open this series 5-2. San Jose opened the 3-0 lead midway through the second period. Five different Sharks scored a goal in the victory. Four players had multiple point games. Matt Jones turned away 24 of 26 shots. Sharks had 33 shots in the win. Stone scored twice for the Golden Knights in defeat. Neither team did much on the power play with San Jose finishing 1 of 5 and the Golden Knights going 1 of 4 on the man advantage. Vegas entered the playoffs in poor form. With the loss in Game 1 the Golden Knights have lost dropped three straight and eight of their past nine games. Team has struggled late in the season scoring goals pushing across no greater that three in their past nine games.

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