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Avalanche vs. Oilers NHL Game 4 Betting Odds & Popular Picks: Public Ticket Counts on Monday’s Moneyline, Spread & Over/Under (June 6)

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Michael Martin/NHLI via Getty Images. Pictured: Colorado Avalanche standout Cale Makar.

Avalanche vs. Oilers Game 4 Odds

Lightning Odds-135
Rangers Odds+115
Over/Under6.5 (-140 / +120)
DateMonday, June 6
Time8 p.m. ET

*Odds as of Monday afternoon

The Colorado Avalanche are betting favorites to seal the lid on the Edmonton Oilers in Monday’s NHL Western Conference Finals Game 4.

It would mark a clean, 4-0 sweep for the Avs, who would await the winner of the Lightning-Rangers series in the opposite side of the bracket.

Colorado (-187) and the over (6.5) were cake in Game 1. The Avalanche lit the lamp eight times in the 8-6 victory.

Meanwhile, the defense has stepped up during the last two games, allowing just a pair of goals combined en route to back-to-back unders.

What do we have in store for Game 4 on Monday?

Here’s how the public betting ticket counts stack up in the moneyline, spread and over/under markets with puck drop right around the corner.

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A little more than half of bettors are willing to lay it with the Avs as short road favorites.

We’ve logged 55% of the 20,000-and-counting moneyline tickets on Colorado, which has taken six of the last seven overall.

The consensus price on the board is -135, though the number’s ticked up as high as -140 (you can check out odds at various sportsbooks here).


Here’s where the action gets lopsided.

The public is loading up on the road team: We have tracked a hefty 84% of the Puck Line wagers on Colorado -1.5. The club has won five of its last six by multiple tallies.

The best price on the Avs -1.5 at the time of writing is +170 (DraftKings), while SugarHouse (-195) is the only shop to list the Oilers +1.5 south of -200.


It’s been a fast-paced series with no shortage of scoring chances.

Despite the offenses cooling off from the Game 1 heater, bettors are rooting for more fireworks.

Roughly 60% of the wagers on the total locked in over 6.5 (-140), though bettors can shop around the market and find plus-money on over 7.

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