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NHL 2015-16 Stanley Cup Championship Futures Prediction Odds Update

NHL 2015-16 Stanley Cup Championship Futures Prediction Odds Update

NHL Eastern Conference Stanley Cup LIVE Betting Lines Update

With Pittsburgh holding a 2-1 series lead in the Eastern Conference Finals, the Penguins are now top chalk to claim the 2015-16 Stanley Cup. The rise to the favorites perch has been dramatic as Sidney Crosby & Crew were +2400 pups back in October. This is good news as the Pens were longshots in our group of three teams we backed with our futures wager in the preseason.

Injuries have the Lightning flickering as Tampa Bay are longshots in the final four group with a +600 money line price. We secured the Bolts with a +1100 ML price back in October. Vezina Trophy candidate Ben Bishop and captain Steve Stamkos getting close to returning from injury is promising for the Bolts but that needs to happen sooner rather than later the way the Pens are playing.

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St. Louis Blues vs San Jose Sharks NHL Western Conference Playoff Standings

Heading into Game 3 of their Western Conference Finals, the St. Louis vs San Jose series is tied at a game apiece. The Sharks have momentum as they posted a 4-0 shutout in Game 2 in the Show Me State. San Jose went 18-20-3 at home during the regular season but they are 4-1 at the Shark Tank in the playoffs. The Sharks 15 goals scored on the power-play is tops in the playoffs to date. 

After seven-game series wins over Chicago and Dallas, St. Louis won 2-1 at home in Game 1 before getting shutdown completely on Tuesday. The Blues are in a tough spot as they are a very physical team that is now under the global spotlight each night they play. Pounding their opponents and then moving the puck up ice is the Blues mantra. It’s a fine line that St. Louis is trying to straddle.

Our futures wager currently returns 24 units if the Pens claim the Cup and 18 units if Tampa Bay wins – with a six-unit loss if a Western Conference team is NHL Champions. By backing San Jose and St. Louis, with six units each, our original six-unit investment returns safely to our betting bankroll. Our Eastern Conference returns shrink to TBL six-units and PIT 12 units but we add a 4.5 unit return with the Blues and a six-unit return with the Sharks. We LOVE guaranteed returns.

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