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Oilers in Panthers Stanley Cup Final 5 odds, expert picks: Oilers attempt a series comeback

Oilers in Panthers Stanley Cup Final 5 odds, expert picks: Oilers attempt a series comeback

The Florida Panthers have another chance to win their first Stanley Cup ever with Game 5 at their home rink on Tuesday night. If the Panthers finish the job, the Cup will remain in Florida for the third time in five seasons (Tampa Bay won in 2020 and 2021).

Meanwhile, Oilers fans are staying confident as they seek to come back from a 3-0 series deficit. You may have seen it by now, but the 1942 Toronto Maple Leafs are the only team to ever pull off a reverse sweep in the Stanley Cup Final. The Oilers won 16 straight games earlier this season, so they know how to put their line together. Of course, the Stanley Cup Playoffs are completely different.

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Edmonton Oilers at Florida Panthers – Game 5

How to watch: 8pm ET on ABC, SN

The Panthers lead the series 3-1

String odds: Panthers -1200, Oilers +725

  • Connor McDavid’s four-point play in Game 4 made history, setting the record for most assists in a Stanley Cup Playoff run (32 assists). McDavid is now tied for fifth all-time for most points scored in a single Stanley Cup playoff campaign. Wayne Gretzky, who previously held the record for assists, holds the record for points at 47. If you’re curious, Reggie Leach has the record for goals at 19. Zach Hyman has 14 goals this spring.
  • Aleksander Barkov leads all Panthers in points (21) and could become the playoff MVP if Florida wins. However, he has scored just one goal in his last seven matches. Meanwhile, Matthew Tkachuk’s scoreless streak extended to nine games with four assists in that time.
  • Sergei Bobrovsky allowed five goals on 16 shots in Game 4, dropping his save percentage in the playoffs to .909 and .912 in the Stanley Cup Final. So much for the best ever Save percentage rate In the championship series. It was also the third time in the postseason that Officer Pope allowed five or more goals into the net during a game.
  • It remains to be seen if we will see Evander Kane again in the series. but According to For Oilers coach Kris Knoblauch, there is a “good” chance he will return. If he returns, he will need to improve on his one assist in the last nine Stanley Cup Playoff games.
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Oilers’ expert picks at Panthers


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(Connor McDavid and Sam Bennett Image: Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)