Betway starting goalie bet of the day: Bet on odds on Conn Smythe favorite Sergei Bobrovsky to continue strong play in game four

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      The Las Vegas Golden Knights are one win away from their second-ever Stanley Cup final appearance after a dominant wire-to-wire 4-0 win over the Dallas Stars. 

      Vegas opened the scoring 71 seconds into game three, as Jonathan Marchessault continued his hot play scoring his seventh goal of the playoffs. Stars captain Jamie Benn was assessed a five minute penalty and a game misconduct for a crosscheck on Mark Stone just 1:53 into the first period. 

      The Knights scored on the subsequent five minute power play and never looked back. Further supplementary discipline is expected for Benn’s reckless play ahead of game four. 

      Aiden Hill has put his name in the for the Conn Smythe, making 34 saves on 34 shots to earn the shutout. Betway now has Hill ranked fifth among all players at +2000 to win the Conn Smythe.

      In the east, the Florida Panthers will look to make their first appearance in the finals since 1996, as they look to close out their series with the Carolina Hurricanes. 

      Panthers goalie Sergei Bobrovsky has made a staggering 132 saves on 135 shots in this series, which equates to a staggering .977 save%. Bobrovsky is currently the odds-on favorite to win the Conn Smythe per Betway at +200. 

      Here is a goalie bet I like for tonight’s game. 

      Goalie Prop

      Sergei Bobrovsky to make over 30.5 saves at -120. 

      With the Hurricanes season on the line, we must expect them to do what they do best, which is put pucks on net. The Hurricanes have averaged 45 shots a game this series. 

      Bobrovsky has made over 30 saves in every game this series and also done it in eight of his last ten games. I like the over a lot tonight. 

      Last Game Bets 

      Jake Oettinger to make under 26.5 saves at -115. 

      Oettinger was pulled after allowing three goals on five shots and made only two saves, so the under hit easily. Our record on the playoffs is now 10-9.

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