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    NHL Stanley Cup Finals Game One LIVE Wagering Odds and Prediction

    NHL Stanley Cup Finals Game One LIVE Wagering Odds and Prediction

    Pittsburgh Penguins: Stanley Cup Finals Betting Analysis

    Pegged by some as a dynasty squad, after Pittsburgh claimed the Stanley Cup in 2009, the Sidney Crosby led Penguins are battling for the NHL Championship for the first time in seven years. Pittsburgh finished second in the Metropolitan Division, with a 48-26-8 record, during the regular season. The Pens were 30-21-8 on January 15, 2016, but finished the season on an 18-5-0 roll.

    SportsInteraction bookmakers have posted Pittsburgh as favorites to win the Stanley Cup but it hasn’t always been that way. The Pens were +1400 money line pups during the preseason and they were sporting a +1600 underdog price back on January 1, 2016. Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malik and the newly formed HBK Line, are a five-pack of reasons to back the Penguins to win it all. 

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    My Team's Next MatchSan Jose Sharks

    San Jose Sharks: Making Their Franchise First Stanley Cup Appearance 

    Established back in 1991, San Jose is getting their first taste of the Stanley Cup experience. A quarter century in the making, the Sharks are full marks for getting to the Finals. San Jose endured a rough start to their season as well as they were 18-18-2 on January 7, 2016. The Sharks stayed streaky down the stretch as they finished third in the Pacific Division with a 46-30-6 record.

    It has been a different story in the playoffs as the Sharks have become a scoring juggernaut. San Jose leads the postseason with a 3.5 goals per game average – that is up from the 2.89 GPG mark they posted during the regular season. Add in the stellar 2.12 GAA Martin Jones has posted over 18 games and the Sharks are going to a handful for the Penguins. We will take the Sharks +1.5 (-250) puck line odds posted for Game One with a five-unit wager at the SportsInteraction sportsbook.

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