2016 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs
Eastern Conference Finals – Game #6
#2 Pittsburgh Penguins at #2 Tampa Bay Lightning
Lightning Lead Best of Seven Series 3-2
Amalie Arena – Tampa Bay, Florida
Tuesday, May 24, 2016, 8:05 pm Eastern, TV: NBC Sports
Opening Line: Penguins -140 / Lightning +120
Current Line: Penguins -140 / Lightning +120
Opening Total: under 5 1/2 -130 / over 5 1/2 +110
Current Total: under 5 1/2 -140 / over 5 1/2 +120

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2016 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs
Eastern Conference Finals – Game #5
#2 Tampa Bay Lightning at #2 Pittsburgh Penguins
Best of Seven Series Tied 2-2
Consol Energy Center – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Sunday, May 16, 2016, 8:05 pm Eastern, TV: NBC Sports
Opening Line: Penguins -200 / Lightning +170
Current Line: Penguins -200 / Lightning +170
Opening Total: over 5 -110 / under 5 -110

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2016 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs
Eastern Conference Finals – Game #4
#2 Pittsburgh Penguins at #2 Tampa Bay Lightning
Penguins Lead Best of Seven Series 2-1
Amalie Arena – Tampa Bay, Florida
Friday, May 20, 2016, 8:05 pm Eastern, TV: NBC Sports
Opening Line: Penguins -145 / Lightning +125
Current Line: Penguins -145 / Lightning +125
Opening Total: over 5 -110 / under 5 -110
Current Total: over 5 -140 / under 5 +120

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2016 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs
Eastern Conference Finals – Game #3
#2 Pittsburgh Penguins at #2 Tampa Bay Lightning
Best of Seven Series Tied 1-1
Amalie Arena – Tampa Bay, Florida
Wednesday, May 18, 2016, 8:05 pm Eastern, TV: NBC Sports
Opening Line: Penguins -130 / Lightning +110
Current Line: Penguins -130 / Lightning +110
Opening Total: over 5 -110 / under 5 -110
Current Total: over 5 -145 / under 5 +125

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2016 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs
Eastern Conference Semifinals – Game #2
#2 Pittsburgh Penguins at #1 Washington Capitals
Capitals Lead the Best of Seven Series 1-0
Verizon Center – Washington, DC
Saturday, April 30, 2016, 8:00 pm Eastern, TV: NBC
Opening Line: Capitals -131 / Penguins +111
Current Line: Capitals -120 / Penguins +100
Opening Total: over 5 -110 / under 5 -110
Current Total: over 5 -130 / under 5 +110

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2016 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs
Metropolitan Division Finals
#2 Pittsburgh Penguins vs #1 Washington Capitals
Best of Seven Series Format: 2-2-1-1-1
Odds to Win Series (courtesy of 5Dimes Sportsbooks): Capitals -120 / Penguins +100

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This is shaping up to be a strange day full of somewhat surprising news. Only one item is truly shocking, but all are of interest.

First, the shocking one. Baron Davis is a Clipper. Huh? After saying repeatedly that he wasn’t going to opt out of the final year of his contract in Golden State that’s exactly what he did. The only theory that I can say makes sense is that his agent told him that the L.A. team that plays in the Staples Center wanted him, and he signed before he did more digging. Why else would he go to the Clippers at this point in his career. He is an elite player, but he’s not a youngster anymore, and he doesn’t really have the luxury of time to build a contender. And there is a lot of building to do in L.A. – especially sine Elton Brand and Corey Maggette opted out this week. Brand may be back, but that’s not certain. In Golden Sate he had a team that was returning its core and had won 48 games last year. They were in trouble because they were in the very tough West, but so are the Clippers. This is a step back. A giant one. Davis is in the movie business, and he is from So Cal, but I honestly don’t understand why the lure of home would be this strong. It says pretty strongly to me that winning isn’t as important to Davis as I thought it was. He traded proximity to the film business for 25 fewer wins last year, and he has joined one of the worst run teams in existence.

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