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Canada vs Sweden: Sochi 2014 Men’s Ice Hockey Gold Medal Odds

Team Canada: Cream of the Olympic ice hockey crop

Although they haven’t been totally dominant on the scoreboard, the Canucks have won three straight one-goal games, Team Canada has been the cream of the crop at the Sochi Olympics. Outscoring their five opponents by a 13-3 count only tells part of the story. Over their five games, Team Canada owns a staggering 205-105 shots on goal advantage and they’ve killed off 13 straight shorthanded situations – these guys are good eh?

Team Sweden: Need a”King” size effort vs the best of the NHL best

While we have been waiting and wondering when Sweden’s key injuries would finally take a toll, the Swedes are full marks for their efforts to date. Despite missing the firepower that Henrik Sedin and Henrik Zetterberg were expected to provide, Sweden has outscored their opponents by a 17-6 count and are the only team that won all of their games in regulation time. An MVP effort by Henrik “King” Lundqvist is key to a Swedish victory.

Sochi 2014 Gold Medal Game Odds & Sports Betting Reviews Game Day Call

Hockey is Canada’s game and SportsInteraction.com is Canada’s online sportsbook. That’s where we head for our Gold Medal game betting lines. SIA bookmakers have posted a ton of wagering options on this contest and the Canucks are chalk across the board. Being as Canada is on a run of one goal wins, we will stay away from the puck line today. Instead, we’ll load up on Canada to win in regulation time with the -184 ML price.

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