Blues vs. Bruins Game 1 Prediction: NHL Playoffs Betting Odds

It’s a rematch 49 years in the building — or at least that is what some folks are calling for it. Now, none of the players participating in this particular series, such as veteran defenceman Zdeno Chara, were born during that series. However, who could forget that picture perfect, world famous Bobby Orr aim of him flying through the atmosphere for the Bruins? Fans hope this series will probably be just as exciting and historical when all is said and done.
Blues vs Bruins Stanley Cup Betting Evaluation This matchup sees the two best goaltenders from the post-season going head-to-head game one. They have combined to permit an average of 4.21 goals per game. Historical numbers at Sports Interaction have this contest posted in a 5.5 goals.
The Bruins open up to -189 favourites to win the show, while the Blues are a good value at +135. Six games is the betting favourite for length of series (in games) in +175. Thinking of team recording a sweep? It pays an impressive +600.
Bruins forward David Pastrnak and Patrice Bergeron would be the favorites to score the most points in this show at +600. Pastrnak and Brad Marchand would be the favourites to lead the show in goals in the show (+500).
These two teams split the regular season games, each winning in their own buildings.
St. Louis Blues
The wait is now over of the St. Louis Blues organization. As stated, the last time the Blues were in this place was 49 decades ago. They lost that year, and are still looking for their first ever Stanley Cup. Could this be the year?
If Jordan Binnington continues his dream-like rookie effort, perhaps it could happen. The Blues have had a remarkable 2019 calendar year. On January 3 this group was last place in the league, now they are just four games away from a tournament, and Binnington has a whole lot to do with it. The 25 year-old has 12 wins this post-season, including a 3-0 record and a .947 save percentage in the three series clinching games. Binnington is paying +340 to win the Conn Smythe trophy.
Jordan Schwartz finished the regular season with 11 goals in 69 games, in the post-season he has 12 goals in 19 games, which leads all active NHLers remaining. Schwartz is paying +385 to win the Conn Smythe trophy and +170 to evaluate a goal in game .
Boston Bruins
Following their seven-game win over the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Bruins have been on cruise control going 8-2 in their last 10 games, including seven wins in a row entering this match with the Blues.
Goaltender Tuukka Rask has been the main reason this group is where it is today. Rask is currently the team’s top competition for the Conn Smythe, paying +115 at Sports Interaction to win the award. The most wonderful stat of all is Rask’s performance from the 3 Bruins removal games that this post-season, allowing just one goal (into the Maple Leafs) in the three contests.
Brad Marchard leads the team in scoring with 18 points, which is second overall in the playoffs, and among active players staying. Marchand is spending +515 in Sports Interaction to win the Conn Smythe trophy.
Of note, the Bruins hold the top five rankings in the plus/minus category, and seven of the top 10. Captain Zdeno Chara leads the way at plus-11, also is now a long-shot to win against the NHL’s playoff MVP award, placed in the area at +2100.

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