NHL Pro Hockey Playoff Sports Betting Odds Previews for Sunday

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The NHL Finals return on Sunday June 12th with Game 6 in the series between the San Jose Sharks and Pittsburgh Penguins. The Sharks and Penguins will get things started from San Jose at 8PM Eastern Time and NBC has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side San Jose Sharks favored by -120 odds with the return on the road underdog Pittsburgh Penguins at +100 odds. The goal total came in at five.

Many had thought the Sharks were dead in this series after falling behind 3-1 following a 3-1 home defeat to Pittsburgh in Game 4. But San Jose has been a very good road team this year. They did drop two one goal decisions in the first two games at Pittsburgh with one in overtime. In Game 5 the Sharks earned the 4-2 victory to extend the series to at least six games. It wasn’t easy as San Jose built up early momentum in the game by scoring the first two goals in a matter of just 2:53 of the first period. But Pittsburgh stormed right back as they scored at 4:44 and 5:06 of the opening period. San Jose recovered and took a 3-2 lead into the first intermission on a Melker Karlsson goal at 14:47. There was no scoring in the second period and the first 18 minutes of the third period. There would be no overtime period as Joe Pavelski scored on a Pittsburgh empty net to draw the Sharks within 3-2 of the Penguins and send the series back to San Jose. It was a huge performance by Sharks goalie Martin Jones who saved 44 of 46 shots. There were many quality chances for Pittsburgh in Game 5 that Jones was able make saves on. Penguin’s goalie Matthew Murry saw his playoff record fall to 14-4 as the rookie saved 18 of the 21 shots he faced. San Jose has a losing record at home with a mark of 18-20 but Jones play the final 55 minutes of the game could give the goaltender a major confidence boost the rest of the way.

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