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Montreal Habs vs. NY Rangers 2017 Stanley Cup Playoff Odds, Picks, Live Score

Montreal Habs vs. NY Rangers 2017 Stanley Cup Playoff Odds, Picks, Live Score
Are you ready for this? After a 1,230 game regular season, the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs are upon us. First out of the gate, we get the Montreal vs New York matchup on April 12, 2017. Will the Canadiens squeeze out the Rangers? Let’s have a look at this series that opens at 7:00 PM at the Bell Centre in Quebec.

NY Rangers vs Montreal Canadiens 2017 NHL Playoff Odds

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Thursday 09 November
Minnesota Wild
Montreal Canadiens

Wild @ Habs

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Original Six squads kick off the 2017 NHL postseason as Montreal and New York will meet for the 691st time in league history. Dating back to 1926, the Canadiens own a 371-223-96 edge in this rivalry duel. In more modern time, the Blueshirts rubbed out the Habs with a 4-2 quarterfinal series win during the 2014 NHL playoffs. Montreal won the 2016-17 season series 3-0 by a 12-7 margin.

Montreal has home ice advantage as they won the Atlantic Division with a 47-26-9 record. The Canadiens were all over the map this season as they had a 21-7-4 run that was followed by a 10-13-4 slide before they closed the year on a 16-6-1 hot streak. All-Star goaltender Carey Price is the key to the Canadiens making a long playoff run as he posted a fifth best 2.23 GAA this season.

New York is the top Eastern Conference Wild Card entry as they posted 102 points – one less than the Habs. The Blueshirts were hot for most of the season and their 43-22-2 start was due to a very proficient offense. The Big Apple Boys were soft down the stretch though as the Rangers closed the year on a 5-6-4 mini-skid. If Henrik Lundqvist returns to All-Star form the Habs could be in trouble.  

Habs vs Rangers 2017 Stanley Cup Playoff TV Schedule

  • Wednesday, April 12 at 7:00 PM ET – New York Rangers 2-0 Final
  • Friday, April 14 at 7:00 PM ET – Montreal Canadiens 4-3 (OT) Final
  • Sunday, April 16 at 7:00 PM ET – Montreal Canadiens 3-1 Final
  • Tuesday, April 18 at 7:00 PM ET – New York Rangers 2-1 Final
  • Thursday, April 20 7:00 PM ET – New York Rangers 3-2 (OT) Final
  • Saturday, April 22 at 8:00 PM ET – New York Rangers 3-1 Final

Montreal vs New York 2017 NHL Playoff Series Summary – Rangers Win 4-2

Following the same path as the Calgary Flames, although with more resistance, Montreal is the second Canadian squad to be eliminated from the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Game 6 was a near carbon copy of Game 5, except for the OT part, as the Habs started strong in the first period and then wilted when the Rangers pushed back. Hindsight is 20/20 but we should have backed up our pre-series futures bet as we could have cut our losses by backing the Blueshirts at Bodog. In the end, our Game 1 fears came to pass as Henrik Lundqvist (4-2 GAA 1.70) returned to his All-Star form and stopped 195 of the 206 shots he faced over six games. Adding up our two futures bets and six single game wagers – this was a costly series for us as 320 units leaked out of our bankroll.

Montreal vs New York: Previous NHL 2017 Quarterfinal Playoff Predictions

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Away Score Home Money Line
Monday 06 November
FT Minnesota Wild 3 - 5 Boston Bruins Odds
FT Jackets 3 - 5 New York Rangers -105 -116 Odds
AOT Arizona Coyotes 2 - 3 Washington Capitals +190 -200 Odds
FT Winnipeg Jets 4 - 1 Dallas Stars +120 -141 Odds
FT Detroit Red Wings 3 - 2 Vancouver Canucks +130 -152 Odds
Tuesday 07 November
FT Washington Capitals 1 - 3 Buffalo Sabres -116 -105 Odds
FT St. Louis Blues 3 - 1 New Jersey Devils -141 +120 Odds
AOT Edmonton Oilers 2 - 1 New York Islanders +110 -132 Odds
FT Arizona Coyotes 1 - 3 Pittsburgh Penguins +230 -286 Odds
FT Florida Panthers 1 - 3 Carolina Hurricanes +127 -141 Odds
FT Nashville Predators 3 - 1 Jackets +100 -120 Odds
10' Vancouver Canucks 3 - 3 Calgary Flames +170 -185 Odds
107' Los Angeles Kings 1 - 2 Anaheim Ducks -125 +105 Odds
Wednesday 08 November
Minnesota Wild 19:30 Toronto Maple Leafs +130 -137 Odds
Boston Bruins 20:00 New York Rangers +125 -133 Odds
Tampa Bay Lightning 22:30 San Jose Sharks +102 -110 Odds
Thursday 09 November
Edmonton Oilers 19:00 New Jersey Devils
Chicago Blackhawks 19:00 Philadelphia Flyers
Minnesota Wild 19:30 Montreal Canadiens
Arizona Coyotes 20:00 St. Louis Blues
Detroit Red Wings 21:00 Calgary Flames
Vancouver Canucks 22:00 Anaheim Ducks
Tampa Bay Lightning 22:30 Los Angeles Kings
Friday 10 November
Ottawa Senators 14:00 Colorado Avalanche
Florida Panthers 19:00 Buffalo Sabres
Boston Bruins 19:00 Toronto Maple Leafs
Pittsburgh Penguins 19:00 Washington Capitals
Carolina Hurricanes 19:00 Jackets
New York Islanders 20:30 Dallas Stars
Saturday 11 November
Edmonton Oilers 13:00 New York Rangers
Colorado Avalanche 13:00 Ottawa Senators
Toronto Maple Leafs 19:00 Boston Bruins
Florida Panthers 19:00 New Jersey Devils
Jackets 19:00 Detroit Red Wings
Buffalo Sabres 19:00 Montreal Canadiens
Minnesota Wild 19:00 Philadelphia Flyers
Chicago Blackhawks 19:00 Carolina Hurricanes
New York Islanders 20:00 St. Louis Blues
Pittsburgh Penguins 20:00 Nashville Predators
Vancouver Canucks 22:00 San Jose Sharks
Winnipeg Jets 22:00 Arizona Coyotes
Sunday 12 November
Edmonton Oilers 19:00 Washington Capitals
New Jersey Devils 19:00 Chicago Blackhawks
Tampa Bay Lightning 20:00 Anaheim Ducks
San Jose Sharks 22:30 Los Angeles Kings

Montreal Canadiens 2017 Stanley Cup Futures

Neck and neck on futures betting boards for months, the Rangers (+1300) and Canadiens (+1100) both have long Stanley Cup winning odds as they will face a tough road in the Eastern Conference. We weren’t big supporters of Montreal claiming the Cup when we looked at their chances back on March 17, 2017, and we still don’t like them. We would look to Washington or Pittsburgh to win the NHL title out of the East. Tell us who you like to capture Stanley and like us on Facebook to receive tons of NHL playoff updates. Also, bet with the best during the postseason by wagering with the puck betting specialist that we proudly recommend here at Canada Sports Betting.

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