Calgary Flames versus Vancouver Canucks Game 5 Odds Betting Lines Pick Prediction Playoff Preview 4-23-2015

| April 22, 2015

The Calgary Flames will go for the series win in Game 5 when they face the Vancouver Canucks in an NHL pro hockey playoff game slated for Thursday April 23rd.

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Face off time from Vancouver is set for 10PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by CNBC.

The NHL playoff odds from Game 5 have the home side Vancouver Canucks the -147 wagering favorite with the return on the underdog Calgary Flames at +133 odds. The goal total is set at five goals.

Calgary takes the 3-1 series lead following the 3-1 home victory in Game 4 on Tuesday to the Vancouver Canucks as a -116 betting odds favorite. The game went under five goals.

The Flames were up 3-1 after one period and there was no scoring the rest of the way. Calgary had 22 shots on goal and was 2 of 4 on the power play. The goals were scored by Johnny Gaudreau, Jiri Hudler and Sam Bennett. Hudler had an assist to finish with two points. Dennis Wideman contributed with two assists. Goalie Jonas Hiller turned away 28 of 29 shots.

Vancouver had 29 shots and was 1 of 2 on the man advantage. Henrik Sedin had the lone goal for the Canucks with assists by Daniel Sedin and Alexander Edler. After giving up three goals in one period Eddie Lack was benched. Ryan Miller relieved and allowed no goals in the final two periods as he faced 15 shots.

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