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NHL Second Round Prop Betting

And then there were eight…

The first round of the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs ended with three Game 7s on Wednesday and Montreal already has a 1-0 series lead on top-seeded Boston as of Friday.

With three other series starting this weekend, it was time for Bovada to refresh their NHL prop odds listings with tons of offers on the second round.

Check them out below and visit the site for the updated odds and props.

New York Rangers vs Pittsburgh Penguins props

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Spurs get chance to eliminate Mavericks

The San Antonio Spurs have not picked up an ATS victory over the Dallas Mavericks so far in the playoffs, but they hold a 3-2 lead on their Texas rival heading into Friday's Game 6.

San Antonio defeated Dallas 109-103 but didn't cover the 6.5-point spread at the sportsbooks in Game 5 of the series on Wednesday in an OVER result for bettors. The Mavericks are a perfect 5-0 ATS in the first five contests.

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668170
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Rockets try to force Game 7 vs. Blazers

The Houston Rockets will be looking to tie up their first-round series with the Portland Trail Blazers at 3-3 when the two teams meet in Game 6 of the set on Friday night.

The Blazers' lead on the Rockets is down to 3-2 after Portland fell 108-98 in Houston as a 5-point underdog on the NBA betting lines in Game 5 on Wednesday night. That was the first UNDER result in the first five games of the series.

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Raptors hold 3-2 advantage on the Nets

The Toronto Raptors can bounce the Brooklyn Nets from the playoffs on Friday night as the teams meet at the Barclays Center in Game 6 of the best-of-seven first-round series.

Toronto grabbed a 3-2 lead in the set on Wednesday night with a slim 115-113 home victory as a 3-point favorite on the NBA betting lines at the sportsbooks. The Raptors are 2-2-1 ATS in the playoffs, with the OVER/UNDER 3-2 in the five games.

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Rangers open Round 2 set in Pittsburgh

The New York Rangers and the Pittsburgh Penguins have played to four straight OVER results on the NHL betting totals as the rivals begin their second-round series on Friday night.

The OVER/UNDER went 4-0 in Rangers vs. Penguins matchups during the regular season, with the OVER paying out seven times in the last 10 games between the two teams. New York and Pittsburgh split their four games in the regular season.

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668749
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Hawks host the Wild in NHL odds series

The Chicago Blackhawks will continue the defense of their Stanley Cup title on Friday night as they take on the Minnesota Wild in Game 1 of their second-round odds matchup.

Chicago went just 2-3 against Minnesota in their five meetings during the regular season, but they're 6-4 overall in the last 10 games between the teams. The OVER has paid out four times in the last six Blackhawks vs. Wild contests.

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Vancouver Canucks New Coach Odds

John Tortorella didn't last long in Vancouver and the odds are strong that a recently sacked coach will replace him.

In fact, one of the top betting choices in odds on the next Vancouver Canucks coach hasn't even been fired yet. Todd McLellan, presumably, will be the fall guy in San Jose after the Sharks choked in their first round series against Los Angeles.

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Price, Rays set to take on the Yankees

David Price is scheduled to get the ball for the Tampa Bay Rays on Friday night as they take on the division-rival New York Yankees in baseball betting action at the sportsbooks.

Price is 3-2 with a 4.75 ERA on the season, and he was knocked around for six runs on 10 hits over five innings of work when he faced New York on April 17. The lefthander gave up eight runs in six innings vs. the White Sox last time out.

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World Cup Betting: Belgium is slipping

Belgium's odds to win the World Cup fell to 14/1 a few weeks ago when star striker Christian Benteke was ruled out of tournament play with an Achilles injury.

The team will be hoping for a spark from 19-year-old attacking midfielder Adnan Januzaj, who was added to the preliminary World Cup team this week.

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Kentucky Derby 2014 Props Announced

The Kentucky Derby winner won’t win the Preakness Stakes and there certainly won’t be a Triple Crown winner in 2014.

That, according to the Kentucky Derby 2014 props announced this week courtesy of Bovada. The ‘no Triple Crown winner’ prop carries a current 1-12 pricetag, meaning $1 in profit for every $12 wagered.

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