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Stanley Cup Game Seven odds and ends

If there's a big game, you can count on the folks at the gambling site to send me the odds. And, in turn, you can count on me to give you the following disclaimer:

Gambling is bad. Your money is much better spent on concerts, women and whiskey.


Boston Bruins                            +130
Vancouver Canucks                   -150 

Team to score first in the game

Boston Bruins                EVEN 
Vancouver Canucks       -130    

Will the team that scores first win the game?

Yes                  -250   
No                    +195   

Will there be a goal in the first 10:00 of the game?

Yes                  +105   
No                    -135   

First to 3 Goals

Boston Bruins                9/5      
Vancouver Canucks       1/1      
Neither                          5/2      

Will the game go to overtime?

Yes                  +250   
No                    -325   

Will Roberto Luongo get pulled and replaced by another goaltender at any point during the game (excluding injury)?

Yes                              5/1      

If the Bruins win who will Zdeno Chara pass the cup to first during their on ice celebration?

Tim Thomas                  2/5      
Mark Recchi                  4/1      
Patrice Bergeron            9/2      
David Krejci                   6/1      
Milan Lucic                    10/1    
Brad Marchand              15/1    

If the Canucks win who will Henrik Sedin pass the cup to first during their on ice celebration?

Daniel Sedin                  1/2      
Sami Salo                     5/2      
Roberto Luongo             11/2    
Ryan Kesler                  6/1      
Manny Maholtra             12/1    
Alex Burrows                 15/1    

---John Vogl

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