The Dallas Stars may lead their second-round Western Conference series against Colorado, but all the momentum will be with the Avalanche.
Colorado won the third game 6-4 and will be going into Game 4 with the utmost confidence that they still advance from this series.
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🔥BEST: o5.5 goals (+100*)
💵Moneyline: Avalanche (-140*)
🏒Puck line: Avalanche -1.5 (+175*)
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Over/Under: o5.5 goals (+100*) has a 56% chance of going over
When it comes to predicting the future, you have to look into the past. The over is 6-0 in the Avalanche’s last six and it’s 4-0 in Dallas’ last four. The three games between the two teams have yielded 10, 7 and 8 goals respectively. There’s little wonder DimersBOT thinks this is the best play for the day – it’s damn well near a lock!
Avalanche H2H (-140*) has a 58% chance of winning
The Avalanche have been the better team overall over the course of the season, so to find themselves 2-0 down in this series was something of a surprise. With a win in game three, things are well and truly back on track and we can see them winning this game on the way to asserting their dominance on the series.
Avalanche -1.5 (+170*) has a 0.3% edge on the sportsbooks
A bit of value for bettors here, our model believes Colorado can offer a repeat of their 6-4 win on Wednesday. Take the Avalanche to really boost your winning ticket. This weekend you can WIN $1,000 with William Hill! Place a 4+ leg Parlay wager on sporting events on Saturday & Sunday. If your entire wager wins and it ranks as the highest odds among participants, WIN $1000!!!! Valid this weekend only though, so get in quick
A great series that has had everything including underdog wins and lots of goals. We think Colorado will correct course, but goals will still be plentiful. Wanna wager on the game? Check out the best online sportsbooks here
*odds are correct at time of publishing