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

The Carolina Hurricanes lost for the first time on home ice in this post season, and it was a costly one, as the team is now on the edge of elimination entering game four. Not many people called the Hurricanes being a part of the Eastern Conference finals, but after crossing the Islanders in four-straight games, the doubters were changing their heads. But that doubt is back in what could be their final game of the season.
Bruins vs Hurricanes Stanley Cup Betting Analysis The Bruins took two of three games in the Hurricanes during the regular season. Two out of those three games were decided by one game (such as an overtime game) the other, a two-goal game.
Dating back into the 2016 year, the Hurricanes are 3-3 on home ice against the Bruins, although the home team in this head-to-head series is 9-3 in the previous 12 games.
Additionally, the over continues to be in play when these two teams get together going 8-2-1 from the previous 11 meetings, including two of those three games in this sequence. Lifetime, the over is 23-10-5 from the past 38 games in Carolina.
Boston Bruins
The Bruins are sitting comfortably in the driver’s chair in this series as a result of the goaltending of Tuukka Rask. Rask was once more the game’s first celebrity making 35 saves to up his record to 11-5 in the post season with a save percentage of .939. Rask enters this game on a six-game winning series looking to shut it out early and visit the Stanley Cup final. It’s the first time that a Bruins goaltender has won six consecutive games since Reggie Lemelin did it in 1988. Gerry Cheevers holds the team record at 10 matches in 1970.
Brad Marchand scored his 6th goal of the post , and when he does, it is almost a guaranteed win for the Bruins. The B’s are now 22 and 1 when Marchand scores a goal, truly remarkable.
Carolina Hurricanes
Pull out the clich?? machine and utilize all of them, this is it to the Hurricanes in game four. Yes, they can take out a number of advantages from their game three loss, but a loss is a loss, and they’re in trouble.
It seems the group’s power-play struggles have finally come back to bite themas the group moved 0-for-5 in game three, such as 0-for-4 at the first period alone. They’re now a gloomy 5-for-50 together with the man advantage this post year, to get a 10% efficiency.
Speaking off the very first stage, the Hurricanes dominated it, outshooting the Bruins 20-6, and out-chancing them 33-9 (shot efforts ), but skated from the initial period with a 0-0 tie. This is very good evidence that the resistance goaltender has become the story in this series thus far.

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