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Stanley Cup Final betting tips - Props, odds, Game 2 picks - ESPN

In one fell swoop, Sergei Bobrovsky has become the Conn Smythe Trophy favorite (+210) on the back of one of the best games of his career in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final.

It wasn't the game script we had expected. When a team outshoots its opponent 32-18 and the game ends with a shutout, you usually expect the goose egg to line up with the team with the fewer shots. That was not the case in the Florida Panthers' 3-0 win.

The Edmonton Oilers took it to the Panthers, but just couldn't solve Bob. This was the most offense any opponent has managed to generate in Florida this postseason. The Oilers managed a 70-42 attempted shots advantage that overshadowed any previous shot deficit the Panthers have faced during this playoff run.

All odds accurate as of publish time. For more, go to ESPN BET.

Edmonton Oilers at Florida Panthers

Amerant Bank Arena, Sunrise, Florida; Monday, 8 p.m. ET Watch on ABC

Game 2 Puck line: Panthers -1.5 (+175); Oilers +1.5 (-225)

Game 2 Over/Under: 5.5 (-110/-110)

Game 2 Money line: Panthers (-135); Oilers (+115)

(Odds Boost) Panthers and Oilers each to score OVER 3.5 goals (+750): Yep, I'll take the high boost here. The Oilers generated more than enough chances in Game 1, including 18 of the high-danger variety (per NaturalStatTrick.com). How many previous times this season did Bobrovsky face at least 18 high-danger chances and stop all of them? Well, that was the first time. If these teams get to the point where they are trading goals, four apiece is no problem.

Carter Verhaeghe to record OVER 2.5 shots on goal in each game of the Stanley Cup Final (+400): The odds dropped from +1,000 after Verhaeghe achieved the mark in Game 1. But just a reminder: If the Panthers happen to sweep this series,

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