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Bruins, Blues: Stanley Cup Final Game 4 Odds, TV Schedule

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Torey Krug had a historic night for the Boston Bruins and St. Louis was eventually forced to pull goaltender Jordan Binnington in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final. Nothing went right for St. Louis on Saturday. Monday night offers fresh ice and a fresh start.

So what does Vegas think of all this?

As of Sunday night Vegas sees this game in the favor of St. Louis.

It makes sense for Vegas to air on the side of caution with the total goal amount as Boston’s top line looked like they found a spark and we saw very questionable goaltending for St. Louis in Game 3.

Stanley Cup Final Game 4 Betting Odds

Westgate Superbook

5.5 Over/Under

Boston +100

St. Louis -110

Puck Line:

Boston -300

St. Louis +250

MGM Mirage

5.5 Over/Under

Boston -110

St. Louis -110

Puck Line

Boston -300

St. Louis +250

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Wynn

5.5 Over/Under

Boston -110

St. Louis -110

Puck Line

Boston -300

St. Louis +250

Bovada

5.5 Over/Under

Boston -105

St. Louis -115

Two of the three games this series have gone above 5.5 goals with Game 2 as the only outlier. The Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues combined for six goals in Game 1, five goals in Game 2, and nine goals in Game 3.

The St. Louis Goaltending situation is worth keeping an eye on as Binnington was pulled in Game 3 in favor of Jake Allen after Binnington allowed five goals on just 19 shots. Binnington was terrific in his previous five games going 4-1, with a .949 save percentage and one shutout. In those five games, Binnington only allowed seven total goals.

Allen wasn’t the savior St. Louis was looking for as he allowed one goal on just four shots.

With Boston’s first line buzzing, Tuukka Rask still the zone, and a suddenly shaky St. Louis goaltender situation, I can easily see this game surpassing the 5.5 goal total.

The Bruins and Blues start Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis on June 4. Catch the game on NBC at 8 p.m.

Tom Fitzgerald was a co-founder of XN Sports which was a content partner with the Boston Herald, Chicago Tribune and content provider to Aol. Sports. He has written about the NHL for XN Sports, Sporfolio, and Murphy's Hockey Law.

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