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Montreal vs Boston: Original Six Semifinal NHL Playoff Series
Canada’s lone team in the 2014 National Hockey League playoffs, the Montreal Canadians, have been at home and cooling since their opening round sweep of Tampa Bay. Boston dropped the first game of their series to Detroit but rebounded with four straight wins to knock off the Red Wings. With this Original Six series set to open on May 1, 2014, at TD Garden in Boston, let’s look the series and Game One prices for these long time rivals.
Boston Bruins vs Montreal Canadiens: Semifinal Series Odds
Another chapter in the storied and bitter rivalry between Boston and Montreal is about to written as the Bruins and Canadians are set to clash in the NHL postseason for the 34th time. Although the Habs hold a 24-9 series edge, Boston has won the last two battles with a 4-0 sweep in 2009 and a memorable 4-3 clash during 2011 quarterfinal action. The Habs have had the Bruins number in recent regular season play as they own 6-1 edge that includes three wins during the 2013-14 season. We see the big bad Bruins bullying the fast but smaller Habitants in this series. We are going to wait on this price to move at sportbetting.ag but will be wagering 500 units on Boston.
NHL 2014 Stanley Cup semifinal playoff action opens in Beantown
In addition to the size disadvantage Montreal faces in this series (Boston has two active players who are under six feet tall while Montreal has 11) the Canadiens will also be dealing with some rust issues to open this series as the Habs have not played since April 22 when they bansihed the Bolts. We like to current price at sportsbetting.ag so we are going to jump on this contest early with a 500 unit money line wager on Boston to capture Game One.
Boston Bruins vs Montreal Canadiens 2014 NHL Semifinal Series Betting Odds
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