Bruins Favored in Highly Anticipated Game 7 Tilt With Canadiens at TD Garden

by abournenesn

Apr 27, 2011

No one expected the Bruins-Canadiens series to be a snoozer, and the game's biggest rivalry has lived up to such expectations as the teams prepare for Game 7 at Boston's TD Garden.

The Bruins were favored by most to take this series, but, needless to say, Montreal wasn't about to give the No. 3-seed a free pass to the second round. After jumping out to a two-game lead, the Canadiens fell three times in a row before knotting up the series on Tuesday night in Montreal.

The B's, who have won just one home playoff game thus far, are now favored by 1 1/2 goals in Game 7, according to Bodog.

Bodog has also set an over/under of five goals, despite the series seeing just two of the previous six games surpassing a combined five tallies.

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