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The Boston Bruins were in the Stanley Cup Finals two years ago, and they are just one more win away from getting back there this year. They still have a lot of work to do to close out one of the best teams in hockey though, as we know that the Pittsburgh Penguins aren’t just going to shrivel up and die in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
With a 2-0 series lead in tote, the Boston Bruins are heading back to the TD Garden on Wednesday night with a chance to move within just one game of the Stanley Cup Finals when they take on the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
The Boston Bruins have already done their job and have stolen Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals to flip home ice advantage. Now, they can take a dominating 2-0 lead and get within two steps of the Stanley Cup Finals when they take on the Pittsburgh Penguins on Monday night in the Steel City.
The Boston Bruins and the Pittsburgh Penguins both have now had at least a week off, and now, they have to get back on the ice in NHL betting action for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals this weekend at Consol Energy Arena.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have a chance to close out the Ottawa Senators on Friday night at Consol Energy Arena, and it is going to be tough to see any other result than a Pittsburgh win in Game 5, especially knowing how badly Game 4 went for the hosting Sens.
The Ottawa Senators took a huge step in the right direction on Sunday, taking down the Pittsburgh Penguins to move onto a Game 4 with a shot to level their second round series at two games apiece. That opportunity comes tonight at Scotia Bank Place, where the Sens hope to avoid what would be a catastrophic defeat.
The Ottawa Senators stunned the hockey world as the No. 7 seed in the Eastern Conference with a relative easy 4-1 opening round series victory over No. 2 Montreal. It outscored the Canadiens 20-9 with an average of four goals a game after averaging just 2.3 goals in the regular season. Kyle Turris was the leading scorer for the Senators this year with just 12 goals, but he tallied three more in the series against Montreal.
The second round of the NHL playoffs are about to begin, and here at Bang the Book, we are analyzing the NHL betting odds for the first game of the series between the Ottawa Senators and the Pittsburgh Penguins.
You’re only going to go as far as your goalie takes you in the playoffs. Today, we’re looking at the second week of NHL betting action in the postseason and analyzing which goalies have been the best and which have been the worst in the second season to help you handicap the NHL playoff odds for the second halves of all of these great series.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have had to fight a whole heck of a lot harder against the New York Islanders than they ever imagined they would have had to. Now, they are going to get a chance to close out this series on Saturday night in NHL betting action at the Nassau Coliseum.