Chicago Blackhawks vs. Anaheim Ducks Game 7 Betting Lines Odds Pick Prediction NHL Playoff Preview 5-30-2015

| May 28, 2015

The Chicago Blackhawks are hitting the highway for a dramatic Game 7 as they battle the Anaheim Ducks in a deciding NHL pro hockey playoff game set for Saturday May 30th.

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Start time from Anaheim is set for 8PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by NBC Sports Network.

The betting odds from Game 7 have the home side Anaheim Ducks the -135 betting favorite with the return on the road underdog Chicago Blackhawks at +115 odds. The goal total is set at five goals.

Chicago evens this best of seven series at 3-3 following the 5-2 home victory in Game 6 on Wednesday to the Anaheim Ducks as a -145 betting favorite. The total went over five goals.

The Blackhawks had 23 shots on net and were 0 of 3 on the power play. It was a 0-0 tie after one period then Chicago scored three goals in a four minute span of the second period. Andrew Shaw had two goals. Patrick Kane had a two point night with a goal and assists. Contributing with goals for the Blackhawks were Brandon Saad and Marian Hossa. Duncan Keith assisted on three goals. Goalie Corey Crawford turned away 30 of 32 shots.

Anaheim had 32 shots on goal with 1 of 3 on the man advantage. Clayton Stoner and Patrick Maroon had goals for the Ducks. Frederick Anderson in net for Anaheim allowed four goals in the 22 shots he faced.

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