The Charlottetown Islanders have -135 odds to beat the Shawinigan Cataractes.
The Shawinigan Cataractes hold a 3-0 lead in the series.
QUEBEC, Canada – It is all on the line in Game 4 as the Shawinigan Cataractes are on the cusp of sweeping the Charlottetown Islanders in the Presidents Cup finals as they hold a 3-0 lead going into the game.
Legal online sportsbooks have the Shawinigan Cataractes listed as the slight favorite to win, however, there is plenty of value across the board that are not just on the game lines.
Shawinigan Cataractes Vs. Charlottetown Islanders
Moneyline: Charlottetown Islanders (-135) vs. Shawinigan Cataractes (-105)
Spread: Charlottetown Islanders -1.5 (+190)
Total: 6 Points
The series has been all Shawinigan thus far after a 5-1 win in Game 1, 4-3 win in Game 2, and a 5-4 win in Game 3. Based on how things have gone in this series, Bovada made sure not make the same mistake where Shawinigan was a +130 underdog on the moneyline.
Finding Value In The Odds
For those looking to bet on the Cataractes to finish the sweep in Game 4, the three-way moneyline offers much more value than the regular game lines as they have +160 to win rather than -105 odds on the normal lines. A $65 difference.
Bettors can also look to bet on the Cataractes exact margin of victory by 1-point for +700 odds being that both games 2 and 3 finished with them up by one point at the final whistle.
Another area to focus on is if the game will go to overtime or not which is where the three-way moneyline comes in again. In general, there are +310 odds of the game ending a tie in regulation which could be considered the most value of any odds for the game being that the last two games have ended in a tie in regulation. Oddsmakers definitely see that as a threat here as they lowered the odds from the +330 mark they were at in Game 3.
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