San Jose Sharks at LA Kings NHL Pro Hockey Betting Preview

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The second round of the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs will begin on Tuesday May 14th and the late night game comes out west in Game 1 of a best of seven series between the San Jose Sharks and LA Kings The Sharks and Kings will get things started from Staples Center in Los Angeles at 10PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by the NBC Sports Network.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home team LA Kings favored by -150 odds with the take back on the road underdog San Jose Sharks at +130 odds. The goal over under line is set at 5 goals. Those who prefer to lay the -1 ½ goals on the puck line with the LA Kings will get back +200 odds. Bettors who take the +1 ½ goal head start with the San Jose Sharks will have to lay -240 odds for their run line wager.

San Jose takes the ice for the first time since seven days ago as they sweep the Vancouver Canucks in four games and had to wait for all of the first round series to conclude to begin their series with the Kings. The Sharks were receiving numerous power play opportunities from a careless Vancouver team. The final two games of the series played at home the Sharks converted successfully on 6 of 15 on the man advantage. Two of the four games in their first round series were decided in the overtime period.

The Kings were driven to six games in their opening round with the St Louis Blues. They enter play winners of four straight games as they fall behind 0-2 in their first round series with St Louis and responded with four straight victories to send the Blues home packing to get ready for the 2013-2014. Jonathan Quick raised his game big time with two outstanding games in game five and games six as he allowed a combined three goals in the most important point of the first round series for the Kings.

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