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SEA Kraken vs DAL Stars Odds NHL Odds

NHL · Mon (5/15) @ 8:12pm ET

SEA Kraken at DAL Stars
American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas

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The Seattle Kraken forced a winner-take-all Game 7 in their Western Conference semifinal against the Dallas Stars with a 6-3 win on Saturday to tie up the series 3-3. Here, we cover Kraken vs. Stars Game 7 odds, predictions, and prop bets for tonight’s series finale.

The series is back in Dallas for Game 7. The winner squares off against the Vegas Golden Knights in the conference final with a ticket to the Stanley Cup Finals on the line.

Kraken vs. Stars Game 7 Betting Odds

Dallas opened its second-round series against Seattle as the betting favorite. Despite conceding two-straight losses to go down 3-2 in the series, the Kraken kept their Cinderella run alive with their win Saturday night.

Oddsmakers list the Dallas Stars as strong home favorites for tonight’s contest. These are the current Kraken vs. Stars Game 7 odds offered by top sportsbook apps across the country.

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Kraken vs. Stars Betting News

The Kraken’s season looked dead in the water after losing two-straight games in this series. Seattle managed to keep their season alive with a win Saturday night, playing a win-or-go-home seventh game for the second series in a row.

Seattle faced the defending Stanley Cup Champions, the Colorado Avalanche, in the franchise’s first-ever playoff series. Seattle stunned the reigning champs, winning the first-round series, 4-3. Dallas won its opening series against the Minnesota Wild, 4-2.

The Kraken struck first on Saturday night with Yanni Gourde finding the back of the net with a wrist shot halfway through the first period. Dallas responded quickly to tie up the score, with Mason Marchment converting a feed from Tyler Seguin. Seattle’s Jordan Eberle’s fifth goal of the postseason then gave the Kraken a 2-1 lead going into the second period.

Seattle scored two quick goals in the second period to extend their lead to 4-1. Eeli Tolvanen and Tye Kartye scored for the Kraken. A Joe Pavelski tip-in (his eighth goal of the playoffs) cut the deficit to two heading into the final period.

Dallas was unable to close the gap in the third period. Joel Kiviranta scored for Dallas, but two more goals by the Kraken — including Eberle’s second of the night — secured the win for Seattle.

Jake Oettinger went 14-for-18 in net for the Stars before being replaced by Scott Wedgewood five minutes into the second period. Wedgewood went 9-for-10 in relief. Philipp Grubauer played well for the Seattle Kraken, saving 20 of the 23 shots he faced in goal.

Both teams had three power play opportunities on the night and each team went 1-for-3 with the man advantage. The Kraken outshot the Stars 29 to 23, including a first period in which they battered the Dallas’ crease with 16 shots while only seeing five shots on their backend.

Series Results

  • Game 1: Seattle won 5-4 (Overtime)
  • Game 2: Dallas won 4-2
  • Game 3: Seattle won 7-2
  • Game 4: Dallas won 6-3
  • Game 5: Dallas won 5-2
  • Game 6: Seattle won 6-3

Kraken vs. Stars Game 7 Betting Trends

Seattle Kraken Betting Trends

  • The Kraken have a 25-30 moneyline record as an underdog this season
  • Seattle has gone 6-4 in their last ten games
  • Seattle has scored 34 goals in their last ten games while conceding 30

Dallas Stars Betting Trends

  • The Stars have a 43-28 moneyline record as a favorite this season
  • Dallas has gone 6-3-1 in their last ten games
  • Dallas has scored 36 goals in their last ten games while conceding 31

Kraken vs. Stars Prop Bets for Game 7

It’s a winner-take-all contest tonight in Dallas. Along with the moneyline, puck line, and total goals, sportsbooks are offering several Kraken vs. Stars prop bets for Game 7 tonight. If you’re unsure which team to bet to win, consider some of these hockey props.

Anytime Goalscorer

  • Jason Robertson: +105
  • Roope Hintz: +140
  • Joe Pavelski: +155
  • Jared McCann: +170
  • Jamie Benn: +180
  • Wyatt Johnston: +225

Correct Score (including overtime)

  • Seattle Kraken win 2-1: +1800
  • Seattle Kraken win 3-2: +1200
  • Dallas Stars win 3-1: +2200
  • Dallas Stars win 4-3: +1300

Kraken vs. Stars Game 7 Prediction: Over Six Goals

The Stars have yet to lose two-straight games in the 2023 Stanley Cup Playoffs, due in part to goaltender Jake Oettinger’s resiliency in bouncing back from poor games. Dallas’ experience and home ice should give it the edge in tonight’s matchup, but its moneyline — close to -200 — is pretty high for a Game 7 clash.

We like Dallas to win and advance in our Kraken vs. Stars prediction, but Over six goals is the better bet. Both offenses have found their groove, and each game in the series has either hit or eclipsed six goals. With a win-or-go-home Game 7, expect the goals to come in bunches.

To get a higher payout, consider a Kraken vs. Stars bet on the exact score — Dallas to win 4-3 pays out $1,300 on a $100 bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.

Kraken vs. Stars Pick: Over 6 Goals

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Ken Bates

Ken Bates

Ken Bates is a sports betting writer at Gaming Today. With years of experience in the industry, he’s covered several sports and is always on the lookout for an angle to bet. Bates resides in upstate New York and, as difficult as it may sometimes be, roots for the Jets, Mets, and Islanders.

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