Bruins vs. Blues Game 4 Prediction: NHL Playoffs Betting Odds

The Bruins put down the hammer onto the Blues in game three, and they can really grab a hold of this series with a win Monday night in St. Louis. The Bruins are now two successes from their first Stanley Cup since 2011 and Boston’s third in a row at the four major North American professional sports.
Bruins vs Blues Stanley Cup Betting Analysis The Bruins grabbed a stranglehold of the series with all the game three win, and it’s much the same at Sports Interaction, since they are now -333 favourites to win the Stanley Cup, although the Blues coming in at +250.
At series start, there was lots of talk this could be a defensive series. In the three games the over is 2-1. Game three was an over in the initial phase, when the Bruins scored the game’s first three goals. The total for game four is listed at 5.5, with the odds of +113 going into the over.
In this post season, the Bruins are a perfect 3-0 in game four situations. All three games were on the street. The Blues are 1-2 in game four this playoff year. During the regular season, these two teams split the two games, each winning in their buildings.
Boston Bruins
The Bruins power-play in game three was unstoppable going four-for-four with the man advantage and scoring for a seventh consecutive game. They currently have 23 power-play targets this post season, which is second in staff post-season history, just behind the 24 goal they scored with all the man-advantage at 1991.
Defenceman Torey Krug made history in game three, getting the first Bruins defenceman to have a 4-point game in the Stanley Cup finals. That is big news considering some of this hall of fame defencemen that the Bruins have iced in their background. Krug now has 16 points in 20 playoff games, that’s tied for first place one of defenceman.
Naturally, the Bruins do love playing on the road this year, where they’re a remarkable 7-2 in nine matches.
St. Louis Blues
The Blues have to recover fast after the largest beating they’ve taken this 2019 post season. Back on April 14, the Blues fell to the Jets in the first round, and preceded to Eliminate the next game Too. This is something the Blues cannot afford to do.
Goaltender Jordan Binnington must have a brief memory, especially after allowing five goals on 19 shots. He was raised from the match for the first time this post season.
Vladimir Tarasenko watched his eight game point scoring streak come to a conclusion in game three. His 18 points overall this post season is just two back to the pioneer Brad Marchand and Logan Couture.
Blues forward Oskar Sundqvist served a one-game suspension in game three for his hit on Matt Grzelcyk. He is eligible to come back to the line-up for game four.
The Blues are now 5-6 on home ice in 11 games this post year.

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