Rangers vs. Penguins: 5 Reasons Why the New York Rangers Can Win Game 7

May 12th, 2014 by Doc Moseman Leave a reply »
There is nothing better than a Game 7 in NHL playoff hockey, especially when it is staged between two bitter rivals. This Tuesday night at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, the New York Rangers will try and complete a miraculous comeback from a 3-1 hole with a victory over the Penguins in a winner-take-all contest.

Doc’s Sports has already posted the NHL betting odds for this Metropolitan Division Final matchup, and in what should come as no great surprise, the Rangers have been opened as +145 road underdogs with Pittsburgh listed as a -160 home favorite. The total line for this game has once again been set at five, just as it has been in the first six meetings.

There is no doubt that the odds are stacked against another New York upset, but here are five reasons why the Rangers still have a good shot to win this game.


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Momentum in any sporting event is huge, but when it comes to playoff hockey, it can take on a life of its own. Just ask this year’s Los Angeles Kings, who erased a 0-3 hole in their opening-round series against the San Jose Sharks with four straight victories, including a 5- ...

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