Tampa Bay vs Chicago: NHL Stanley Cup Best of Three Final Begins
Chicago Blackhawks: Experienced Hawks will be ready
Knowing that a win tonight means that they can capture the Stanley Cup on home ice in Game Six will be huge motivation for the Hawks tonight. Chicago claimed both their recent Championships on enemy ice as they won in Philadelphia in 2010 and Boston in 2013. The Blackhawks have not celebrated a Cup clinching win in the Windy City since 1938 when they defeated Toronto.
Tampa Bay Lightning: Young Bolts high flying are playing with confidence
Arguably the better team overall through the first four games, the young Lightning are full marks for taking what the veteran Hawks are dishing out. Goaltending is a big issue for the Bolts as the status of Ben Bishop is up in the air. Bishop took the morning skate but Bolts coach Jon Cooper has not confirmed his starter. We expect to see Andrei Vasilevskiy in between the pipes tonight.
Hawks vs Bolts Stanley Cup Final Game Six Predication: It’s well documented that the first four games of the Cup Final have all been decided by one goal. We like Chicago here so we’ll take what the bookmakers are giving us. Soar with the Hawks and 500 unit wager on the puck line price posted on the betting board at SportsInteraction.
SportsInteraction Stanley Cup Game Six Odds – Chicago vs Tampa Bay
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