Stanley Cup Final Game 3 Odds: Can St. Louis make Boston sing the Blues?

  • Stanley Cup Final Game 3, 8 p.m. Saturday, June 1, St. Louis
  • Boston Bruins (+107) vs. St. Louis Blues (-130), odds provided by 888 Sport
  • Where to watch: NBC Sports and fubo.TV)

Boston Bruins vs. St. Louis Blues June 1 Preview

After a thrilling game two in Boston, won 3-2 in overtime by the Blues on a wicked one-time slap shot by Carl Gunnarsson, the two teams head to St. Louis with the Stanley Cup finals tied at 1-1.

The momentum from the game two win in Boston has set the line for game three in St. Louis’ favor. The Blues are favored on the money line at -130 (888 Sport), with the Bruins at +107.

The three-way 60 minutes line is another popular bet, since both games have been close. Boston is +175, St. Louis +130, with the tie in regulation +290.

Blues winger Vladimir Tarasenko, who has a goal in each of the first two contests, is the current favorite in the anytime goal scorer market at +148, His team mates Ryan O’Reilly and Jaden Schwartz are both listed at +235.

For the Bruins, winger David Pastrnak, who has yet to score in the series, is his team’s favorite to score at any time (+175). Center Patrice Bergeron is next, at +190, with Brad Marchand listed at +215.

Boston Bruins vs. St. Louis Blues June 1 Prediction

On Points Bet, St. Louis total goals over 3 is +121, with under 3 -155. The total for the Bruins is 2.5 goals, with the over -121, and the under -110.

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