The Bruins split the opening two games at home in this hockey betting playoffs series. Let’s look at this Game 5 matchup scheduled for Sunday in Boston.
Bet on hockey playoffs numbers heavily favor the Bruins on Sunday. In the first two games of this hockey betting playoffs series the Bruins were -200 favorites against the Hurricanes. That should be the case again on Sunday even though Carolina has some of the hockey betting playoffs trends in their favor. Bet on hockey playoffs numbers tell us that the Hurricanes have won six of the last ten games at Boston. Recent sports betting history is definitely on the side of Carolina as they have been very competitive in Boston, splitting the last six meetings against the Bruins.
Carolina was a decent road team this season and that has carried over into bet on hockey playoffs action. The Hurricanes were above .500 on the road and anytime a team can say that they are a threat to get a win on the road in online sports betting. The Hurricanes can play great defense and get great goaltending with Cam Ward. That is the way to win games on the road in bet on hockey playoffs action.
Boston was fantastic at home this season during the regular season and they swept Montreal in their two opening round home games in bet on hockey playoffs games. In this bet on hockey playoffs series against Carolina they have already lost a home game by a score of 3-0. Is Boston vulnerable at home now in bet on hockey playoffs action? The Bruins only lost six times in regulation at home all season but now against Carolina they are just 1-1 in sports betting. This is a pivotal game in this bet on hockey playoffs series and Boston need a home win.
Six of the last ten meetings between the two teams in Boston have gone under the online sports betting total. Both of the first two games in this bet on hockey playoffs series at Boston went under with 3-0 and 4-1 finals.
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