Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: St. Louis Blues defenseman Colton Parayko (55) celebrates with teammates Tyler Bozak (21) , Vladimir Tarasenko (91) and Ryan O’Reilly (90)
- Following a 7-2 Bruins win in Game 3, the betting public is expecting more of the same tonight.
- Sports Insights' Bet Signals and betting market percentages reveal whether or not the sharps agree with casual bettors.
Four power-play goals on four power-play shots proved to be too much for the Blues to handle in Game 3 Saturday night, especially when paired with the three other goals Boston scored in its 7-2 win.
The B’s closed as underdogs, giving their bettors a sweat-free, roughly even-money payout. But following the blowout win, oddsmakers opened tonight’s Game 4 as a true pick’em (-110 apiece).
Boston has been the more popular bet in each game of the series so far, so on the heels of Game 3, it shouldn’t come as a surprise to see 66% of bettors happy to ride the Bruins train.