NHL Odds: Predators Host Jets for Game 7. In a series featuring two of the NHL’s very best teams, it’s only fitting that there will be a Game 7. The Nashville Predators staved off elimination Monday night, beating the Winnipeg Jets 4-0 as +135 ( at Bovada ) road dogs to set up Thursday’s deciding game in their second-round series. NBCSN will have the coverage at 9:30 PM ET.
While this series is tied at 3-3, Winnipeg has been the better team thus far, outscoring the Predators 22-18 over the first six games. Two of Nashville’s wins were by a single goal: Game 2, which they won 5-4 in overtime as –220 home favorites, and Game 4, a 2-1 victory as +120 underdogs in Winnipeg. All three Jets wins were of the blowout variety.
There was some good news for Winnipeg on Monday: Center Bryan Little (16 goals, 27 assists) played 13:07 and went 12-of-16 on face-offs, where he led the team during the regular season at 56.0%. Little’s status for Game 6 was uncertain after he missed Monday’s morning skate. Otherwise, the Jets are healthy for Game 7, as are the Predators, who went into the playoffs as +400 favorites to win their first Stanley Cup.
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