Colorado Avalanche at Tampa Bay Lightning Stadium

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Puck line: Colorado -1.5
Money line: Tampa Bay (-110), Colorado (-110)
General: 6

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Greg Wyshinsky, NHL Senior Writer: Ondrej Palat to score (-135)

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There’s no reason not to win it back from a hit in Game 3. Palat has a point in all nine Lightning home games this postseason, 14 points in total. His line with Steven Stamkos and Nikita Kucherov managed to get away from Nathan McKinnon’s line in Game 3 and it flourished. Expect more in game 4.

Vyshinsky: Lightning vs. Avalanche First period ended (-130)

I think the game really picks them up. So, I’m going to detail: the first period is over 1.5 goals. It’s a hit in all three games. Colorado won 54% of playoff games. The start was the absolute key for both of these teams. The Lightning are now 7-1 when they lead after the first period. Avalanche 6-1. They’re both going to take on two goaltenders who definitely couldn’t keep a cookie from hitting the basket this series.

Sachin Dave Chandan, Sportzshala Betting Editor: Tampa Bay Lightning will win or tie in all periods +210

I prefer to bet and after Tampa Bay’s dominant performance in Game 3 they restored my faith in them. The Lightning won the first two periods and drew 0-0 in the third. The hosts have been tenacious in every game of this series and I expect Tampa to tie, but betting on this prop gets you a much better price than the money line, with the added risk of course.

Chandan: Cale Makar over 0.5 assists (-135)

The Avalanche only scored twice in their Game 3 loss, but they both won on the powerplay, with the Norris Trophy winner getting an assistant in both. Makar has been on the ice for 71% of Colorado’s powerplay in this series, and if the Aws score on the powerplay, Makar will be the top choice.

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