Senators Rangers Game 6 Betting

The Ottawa Senators will get a chance to pull off a major upset and improve their NHL futures considerably on Monday night as they host the New York Rangers in Game 6 of their first-round series.

The Senators won 2-0 as underdogs at Madison Square Garden on Saturday night to take a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven set on the top-seeded Rangers. Jason Spezza scored both Ottawa goals that day.

The Kings were the 8 seed in the West and they pulled off the upset of the Canucks on Sunday. Al the upsets are causing chaos on the Stanley Cup futures odds menu.

The Senators currently sports a record of 41-31-10. The Rangers are 51-24-7. Betting totals have seen the Senators post a 42-38-2 OVER/UNDER record this season, while the Rangers have gone 32-31-19 against the number.


Pac 12 Odds Favor USC in 2012

USC is back in vogue on the Pac 12 betting odds menu with Oregon close behind for the 2012 season.

Among the conference races open for betting is the Pac-12. So here's a quick look at the upcoming season out West, and 5Dimes' prices on each team.


Yankees Red Sox Game 3 Odds

The Red Sox look to avoid a home sweep at the hands of the hated New York Yankees in baseball action on Sunday night.

The match puts starter CC Sabathia for the Yankees on the hill facing Daniel Bard for the Red Sox. Sabathia brings a 1-0 mark to the game, while Bard is 0-2 to date on the season.


Canucks Kings Game 5 Betting

The Los Angeles Kings will try for a second time to close out the Vancouver Canucks on Sunday as those clubs battle on the NHL betting lines in Game 5 of their first-round Western series.

The Canucks cut their series deficit to 3-1 in Game 4 on Wednesday night with a 3-1 home victory. Cory Schneider again got the start for Vancouver in that contest, stopping 43 of 44 Kings shots.

Vancouver will face the 40-27-15 Kings. In totals betting, the Canucks are 35-37-10 favoring the UNDER so far this season while the Kings are 23-43-16 favoring the OVER.


Bruins vs Capitals Game 5 Preview

The defending-champion Boston Bruins need a win on the road on Sunday afternoon as they look to avoid getting bounced from the playoffs by the Washington Capitals in Game 6 of their series.

The Capitals knocked off the Bruins 4-3 as a +165 road underdog on Saturday afternoon to take a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven first-round set. Troy Brouwer scored the winner for Washington.

The Capitals sport records of 42-32-8 heading into this matchup, while the Bruins sit at 49-29-4 on the season. The OVER/UNDER records are 40-37-5 for the Capitals and 46-33-3 for the Bruins.


Penguins Flyers Game 6 Betting

The Pittsburgh Penguins will look to tie up their first-round Eastern playoff series on Sunday as they head back to Philadelphia to take on the Flyers in Game 6 of the best-of-seven set.

The Penguins won their second straight game in the series on Friday night, grabbing a 3-2 victory at home as a -200 favorite. Marc-Andre Fleury made 24 saves on 26 Flyers shots that night.

The Penguins will try to spoil to the party on Sunday; they are 51-25-6 this season, while the Flyers are 47-26-9. Pittsburgh is 43-31-8 on the totals; Philadelphia is 43-37-2.


Jones vs Evans: UFC 145 Betting

The Light Heavyweight title battle between Jon Jones and Rashad Evans is one of the most anticipated UFC fights to date.


The two will get it on at UFC 145 on April 21, and oddsmakers don’t think it’s going to be very close.


San Diego Philadelphia Betting Preview

The Padres have lost 13 in a row at home against the Philadelphia Phillies and they open as underdogs again today in baseball wagering action.

Cory Luebke will take the mound for San Diego, and he'll carry a 1-1 record into the contest. Roy Halladay gets the ball for Philadelphia; he's 3-0 so far this season.


Game 5 Odds: Coyotes vs Hawks

The Chicago Blackhawks need a win on Saturday night to avoid elimination as they head into Game 5 on the road against the Phoenix Coyotes down 3-1 in the best-of-seven first-round set.

Chicago fell 3-2 in overtime to the Coyotes in Game 4 on Thursday night, with Phoenix grabbing the win as a +123 underdog on the NHL lines at the sportsbooks. Mikkel Boedker had the winner that day.

The Blackhawks will try to spoil to the party on Saturday; they are 45-26-11 this season, while the Coyotes are 42-27-13. Chicago is 42-39-1 on the totals; Phoenix is 30-39-13.


Blues Sharks: Game 5 Betting Preview

The St. Louis Blues can finish off the San Jose Sharks on Saturday night as they carry a commanding 3-1 series advantage into Game 5 of their first-round Western Conference playoff series.

The Blues grabbed the series stranglehold on Thursday night, winning 2-1 on the road at -114 on the NHL lines at the sportsbooks. Andy McDonald potted the winning goal in that game.

The Blues sit at 49-22-11 on the season; in comparison, the Sharks are currently 43-29-10. Looking to wager on the totals? St. Louis is 21-43-18 OU, and San Jose is 37-42-3 OU.



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