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Preds Look to Level Series as Game 4 Faves

The Nashville Predators battle the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins on Monday in NHL betting odds action at Bridgestone Arena.

This season the Nashville Predators are 54-34-13 overall while the Pittsburgh Penguins are 64-27-13. As for the totals, Nashville is 46-43-12 on the OU, and Pittsburgh is 57-40-7.

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Pekka Problems: Can Preds Overcome Poor Goaltending in Game 3?

Bridgestone Arena hosts an NHL battle on the odds menu between the Nashville Predators and the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday.

53-34-13 Nashville battles the Penguins, currently with a 64-26-13 mark. The OVER/UNDER records, important for totals bettors, are 45-43-12 for the Predators and 56-40-7 for the Penguins.

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797171
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Penguins Take Game 1 Despite being Severely Outplayed

The Pittsburgh Penguins will look to bolster their win total and reward fans moneyline betting when the Nashville Predators invade PPG Paints Arena on Wednesday.

Pittsburgh will face the 53-33-13 Predators. In totals betting, the Penguins are 56-39-7 in over under betting so far this season while the Nashville Predators are 45-42-12.

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797166
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Nashville's Disallowed Goal Could Decide the Stanley Cup Final

With a combined straight-up record of 19-4 when scoring first this postseason, the Pens and Preds know better than anyone just how important it is to get on the board first. Margins in a seven-game series are incredibly tight and the momentum gained from scoring an icebreaker, especially one on the road, can be a massive boost.

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Why the Nashville Predators Win the 2017 Stanley Cup

Commonly referred to as the most difficult trophy in sports to capture, the Stanley Cup is once again up for grabs with the matchup set for the final and that introductory cliché is the main argument for this article’s thesis: the Nashville Predators are going to win the Stanley Cup.

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Why the Pittsburgh Penguins Will Win the 2017 Stanley Cup

Coming into this NHL season, I wrote about how difficult it is for a team to repeat as Stanley Cup champion, but that the Pittsburgh Penguins were built to go back to back, and here we are.

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History Points To UNDERs And Faves In Stanley Cup Final

The Pittsburgh Penguins opened as -150 series favorites to win the Stanley Cup over the Nashville Predators with Game 1 going Monday night. 

As the video above explains, the Pens deserve to be favored by a bunch and the NHL final is typically low-scoring. As I said before the Western Conference final, though, I’m taking Nashville every game for the remainder of the playoffs and so far it’s translated to a profit of 1.8 units. 

Will Predator money continue to roll in or will it be a similar story for the final as usual?

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Big Moneyline Faves are Highly Successful in Game 1 of Stanley Cup Final

The Pittsburgh Penguins look to emerge victorious in NHL odds action as the Nashville Predators arrive at PPG Paints Arena on Monday.

The Pittsburgh Penguins currently sport a record of 62-26-13. The Nashville Predators are 53-32-13. Betting totals have seen the Penguins post a 55-39-7 OVER/UNDER record this season, while the Predators have gone 44-42-12 against the number.

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797161
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Can Anderson Fuel Another Upset in the Finale of the Eastern Conference Final?

Ottawa pays a visit to Pittsburgh on Thursday, hoping to shut down the Penguins snipers in hockey action at PPG Paints Arena.

The Pittsburgh Penguins sport a record of 61-26-13 heading into this matchup, while the Ottawa Senators sit at 55-34-11 on the season. The OVER/UNDER records are 55-39-6 for the Penguins and 39-53-8 for the Senators.

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795814
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Game 7 Betting Numbers You Need For Sens-Pens

The Pittsburgh Penguins are hefty -200 favorites versus the Ottawa Senators in what will be their second Game 7 in a row these playoffs. 

If you're thinking fatigue might play a major factor in this one, you might want to hang on a second. 

In the post-lockout era since 2006, teams coming off a Game 7 in the previous series are actually 7-5-2 (56.8%) in Game 7s in the following series. (The two pushes are because teams facing each other were coming off a Game 7 on two occasions.) 

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