NHL odds: How to bet on conference finals, lines

It Tampa Bay Lightning are two wins away from capturing the Stanley Cup for the third season in a row (The Bolts won their first title in 2004).

But there are three other NHL teams – the Colorado Avalanche, the Edmonton Oilers and the New York Rangers – who want to be the team to lift the sport’s most prized prize, the Stanley Cup.

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The four finalists have all lifted the previous Cup. The Oilers have won all five times (1984, ’85, ’87, ’88, ’90), the Rangers four times (1928, ’33, ’40 and ’94) and the Avs – formerly Quebec Nordiques – twice (1996, 2001 ).

Check back for the latest line and over/under for upcoming games.


Oilers @ Avalanche (8 p.m. ET Tuesday, TNT; series opener)

Point spread: Avalanche1.5 (Avalanche favored to win by more than 1.5 goals, otherwise Oilers cover)
money line: Avalanche -182 favorite to win (bet $10 to win a total of $15.49); Oilers +140 underdogs to win (bet $10 to win a total of $24)
Total score over/under: 7 goals scored by both teams combined

Edmonton Oilers


Colorado Avalanche


Colorado Avalanche is 3-2 (60%) vs. Edmonton Oilers for the last three seasons


Avalanche -227 (bet $10 to win $14.41) | Oilers +195 (bet $10 to win $29.50)

Lightning @ Rangers (8 p.m. ET Wednesday, ESPN; series opener)

Point spread: Line not available
money line: Line not available
Total score over/under: Line not available

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