The Los Angeles Kings take an unexpected 2-0 series lead over Vancouver to their home pond, the Canucks are in big trouble and another loss tonight will leave them staring down the barrel. In times like these they will look to the Sedin twins to provide an offensive spark, but Daniel remains injured and when one is out the other suffers, such is the on ice chemistry they have. That said, they won't be rolling over for LA and considering the form of Jon Quick too this could be a low scoring affair, with 1.88 for less than 4.5 goals.
Another team that has taken two away wins so far is the Philadelphia Flyers, who rallied yet again to win a wild one 8-5 and leave Pittsburgh in an unenviable position. After a quiet Game 1, star center Claude Giroux had 6 points including a hat-trick. These two will certainly not let up in the offensive department so expect plenty more goals, the first periods in particular have been explosive and odds of 2.15 on there being over 6.5 between both teams over 60 minutes.
Nashville and Detroit as expected look very difficult to separate at the moment, with a win a piece heading in to Game 3. The Red Wings had a superb home record during the regular season and are 2.10 to take this one inside regulation.
We're still only on Game 2 between the Devils and Panthers, Florida came out slow on Friday but they are a hockey club not used to a play-off environment, they are 2.60 to give a better account of themselves and win this one.
Best Bet: Detroit Red Wings to win in regulation at 2.10.