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Panthers vs. Oilers Stanley Cup Final Game 4 Prop Prediction

Panthers vs. Oilers Stanley Cup Final Game 4 Prop Prediction

Originally posted on ClutchPoints

Could the Florida Panthers be hoisting Lord Stanley’s Cup with a win over the Edmonton Oilers in Game 4? It is time to check out our NHL odds series where our Panthers-Oilers Stanley Cup Final Game 4 prop prediction and pick will be revealed.

With a chance to become the first team since the 1998 Detroit Red Wings to sweep in a Stanley Cup Final, the stakes remain higher than ever! Not to mention, there are certainly several props that must be added to the bet slip. Let’s get down to business!

Here are the Stanley Cup Finals Odds, courtesy of FanDuel.

Panthers-Oilers Stanley Cup Final Game 4 Props

Connor McDavid Over 3.5 Shots: +100

Evan Rodrigues Over 0.5 Points: +150

Edmonton Oilers to Win: -120

Why Connor McDavid Will Record Over 3.5 Shots

With their backs up against the wall, this one is a no-brainer. Although the Oilers face their biggest challenge of the season by finding a way to erase a 3-0 deficit, it is safe to say that the Edmonton superstar will come storming out of the gates with a purpose. Indeed, finding the back of the net and being ultra-aggressive will most likely be McDavid’s game plan in this one. In five of the last seven games and two out of four in the Stanley Cup Final, he has recorded at least four shots on goal. Despite McDavid’s inability to score against Bobrovsky so far, he remains determined to give his best effort in Game 4, hoping his contributions will be sufficient to extend the Oilers’ playoff run.

Evan Rodrigues Over 0.5 Points

In the journey to win the Stanley Cup, teams often find unexpected heroes, and for the Florida Panthers in this Final, Evan Rodrigues has emerged as one. With points in four consecutive games, including the decisive goal in Game 2 and a pivotal assist in Game 3, Rodrigues has shown remarkable opportunism despite being a latecomer to the spotlight both in his career and these playoffs. Not to mention, his offensive contributions are even more impressive considering his average ice time of just 14:37 per game. Time and time again, Rodriguez has showcased to be a certified game and another steady effort out on the ice should be in store from the clutch Panthers skater.

Why the Edmonton Oilers Will Win

It is hard to imagine that a team as talented as the Oilers won’t have at least a little pride in themselves to not get swept, right? Without a doubt, it is Edmonton that has dug themselves a massive hole that may be nearly impossible to get themselves out of, but crazier things have happened! Since they are facing potential elimination and on their home ice, the Oilers should come into Game 4 with a heightened sense of urgency and determination. This desperation often brings out the best in players and teams, motivating them to leave everything on the ice.

In addition, the Oilers have shown resilience and the ability to bounce back from adversity all season long. They have the experience and mental toughness to overcome deficits and come out victorious in crucial games. The Edmonton Oilers have the offensive firepower, motivation, strategic adaptability, and goaltending prowess to save their season and at least extend this series for a Game 5 back in the Sunshine State.

Final Panthers-Oilers Stanley Cup Final Game 4 Prop Prediction & Pick

Ladies and gentlemen, it all comes down to this! With the electricity inside the building of the Rogers Centre expected to be at a feverish pitch, don’t expect the Oilers to go down without a fight. Take these select few Stanley Cup Final Game 4 props and don’t spend any time thinking otherwise!

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Final Panthers-Oilers Stanley Cup Final Game 4 Prop Prediction & Pick: Connor McDavid Over 3.5 Shots (+100), Evan Rodrigues Over 0.5 Points (+150), Edmonton Oilers to Win (-120)

The post Panthers vs. Oilers Stanley Cup Final Game 4 Prop Prediction appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Originally posted on ClutchPoints

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