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2013 NHL Playoffs: First-Round Online Betting Lines

2013 NHL Playoffs: First-Round Online Betting Lines

Pittsburgh Penguins: Best team in Eastern Conference

Pittsburgh finished the regular season with an overall record of 36-12-0, good for 72 points and the best record in the Eastern Conference. They drew the New York Islanders in the first-round, who fell to the eight seed last night when Ottawa won their final game. We like the Penguins in this series.

Montreal Canadiens: Tough draw against Senators

Montreal opens its playoff run against the Ottawa Senators, a team that can pose a major problem for them. The Canadiens played to a +23 differential this season while the Senators played to a +12 differential. We like the Canadiens to take this series in seven, hard-fought games against Ottawa.

For these two series featuring Pittsburgh vs. New York and Montreal vs. Ottawa, we surf over to the online sportsbook at Pittsburgh has -385 odds to win their first-round series while Montreal has -154 odds to win their series. We are going to back the Penguins and the Canadiens to win their first-rounds.

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