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NHL Playoff Predictions: Penguins vs Senators Game 7

NHL Playoff Predictions: Penguins vs Senators Game 7

Penguins vs Senators NHL Playoffs Game 6 Review

Crashing, but not crushed, we return to forecast and predict the seventh and final round of this “NHL Champion vs Overall Underdog” fight. Speaking of crushed, outshot by a 46-30 margin, Craig Anderson bested Matt Murray during Game 6 of the Eastern Conference final as the Senators staved off elimination with a 2-1 win at Canada’s Garage in Kanata. Back to Steel Town we go eh?

My Team's Next MatchOttawa Senators

Despite two Pittsburgh power plays, the Sens and Pens put up goose eggs during the first period in Canada’s Capital. Evgeni Malkin opened the scoring at 4:51 of the second period but Booby Ryan knotted the contest at 1-1 with 6:45 left in the middle frame. Danny Gallivan would have called Mike Hoffman’s game winning shot, 1:34 into the third period, a scintillating, cannonading drive.

2017 Stanley Cup Eastern Conference Final TV Schedule & Results 

Pittsburgh Penguins (Metropolitan Division #2 Seed) vs Ottawa Senators (Atlantic Division #2 Seed) 

Pittsburgh Penguins vs Ottawa Senators Prediction

Although rising stars are in need of more dough soon, Conor Sheary and Jake Guentzel come to mind, there’s no truth to Mario needing the Game 7 gate money to keep the Penguins competitive moving forward. To be frank, we can’t come up with too many reasons why we have this final fight tonight. That said, there isn’t much that compares to a winner take all NHL Championship clash. Amped Penguin Fans rocking the New Igloo may result in wave warnings for the Allegheny River.

For their part, the Senators need to look past their 7-0 Sunday Bloody Sunday Game 5 loss and find one more load of reliance to bring the Cup Final back to Canada. Vancouver was the last Canuck contender as they lost the 2011 Cup series 4-3 to the Boston Bruins. Ottawa last hosted a Stanley Cup contest on June 4, 2007 when they lost 3-2 during Game 4 to the Anaheim Ducks. The Sens hope Craig Anderson’s playoff wall is allowed across the Trump government controlled border.

1000 Units Pittsburg -1.5 (+150) Puck Line Bet William Hill

Bookmakers, from hither and yon, don’t believe the Senators can go into Pittsburgh and escape with a Game 7 win over the Penguins as Ottawa are big pups on every NHL betting board we have checked. That is case at one of our puck wagering favorites William Hill as their linemakers have Sidney Crosby & Crew as (-200) money line chalk. Much like the Predators vs Ducks Game 6, which had two empty net goals, we don’t see this as being a one-goal game. As such, we are backing the defending Champions with a 1000 unit wager on the -1.5 (+150) puck line posted at William Hill.

Results / FixturesNHL

2017 Odds To Win The Stanley Cup Futures Betting Update

Three teams remain in the chase for Lord Stanley’s Mug and the William Hill oddsmakers favor a Pittsburgh versus Nashville NHL Championship Final fight. Home and resting, The Predators have pushed their way to the top of Stanley Cup futures board as the slightest of favorites with (EVEN) odds to claim the Cup. The Penguins, who will be getting some of their injured players back as soon as tonight, are right behind the Smashville Crew with a (+110)  money line. Facing the daunting task of beating the Champs in Steel City, the Senators are Cup longshots with a (+800) line.

Top Rated Online Sportsbooks Cater to Canadian Handicappers

Eagerly anticipating a thrilling Stanley Cup Final, that we fully expect will feature a Penguins versus Predators pairing, it will be interesting to see where bookmakers go after the winner of the Eastern Conference is decided tonight. Are you still on the Sens Cup winning bandwagon? Tell us who you to hoist Stanley by leaving us a message on Facebook  and stay tuned for our Cup Final picks.

Puck betting is just the tip of the iceberg at the CSB top rated sportsbooks. Hoop fans are looking forward to Act III of the Cleveland vs Golden State NBA Finals as the Warriors are currently (-350) chalk over the Cavaliers who have a (+230) title line. MLB action, along with a ton of NFL preseason and Week One prices are also prevalent on betting boards across the online wagering industry. 

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Tag : hockey , NHL Picks , Penguins , senators , stanley cup

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