Stanley Cup Final Game 4 Odds, Injuries & Last Minute News for Panthers vs Oilers

Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final could be the last outing of the NHL season, and Kyle LaRusic lets you in on what you should know heading into it.

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Kyle LaRusic • Publishing Editor
Jun 15, 2024 • 14:09 ET • 4 min read
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The Edmonton Oilers mustered three goals by Sergei Bobrovsky in Game 3, but unfortunately, Stuart Skinner let in four. The Florida Panthers are a measly one game away from prolonging Canada's Cup drought, but they'll need to win as underdogs to pull off the sweep.

This matchup should be entertaining regardless of the outcome, and I'll tell you what you need to know ahead of making your NHL picks for Game 4 between the Panthers and Oilers.

No Kane no gain

Evander Kane revitalized his career with the Edmonton Oilers and earned himself a four-year contract worth over $20 million. Although he put up 24 goals during the regular season, he's found the net just four times in this Cup run, and his series may be over.

Kane missed Game 3 with a hip injury and wasn't on the ice for the morning skate. All signs are pointing to the 32-year-old missing yet another pivotal matchup against the Florida Panthers. If he sits again, Corey Perry will most likely take his place on the second line.

Keeping things quiet

Darnell Nurse was also absent from the morning skate this morning, although it looks like he'll be set to play in Game 4 after suiting up on Sunday. Oilers' HC Kris Knoblauch didn't go over any details about lines this morning, but this was the setup at practice yesterday.

Oilers lines and pairings at practice:



No Kane or Nurse.

June 14, 2024

If it ain't broke...

The Florida Panthers have dominated every opponent on their Cup run, and this 3-0 series lead is no different. With that said, Paul Maurice has made it clear lineups will remain the same as they look to pull off the sweep and bring Lord Stanley's Cup back to Sunrise.

Odds ahead of Game 4

The Oilers are once again favored heading into Game 4, sitting around the -115 to -120 range, but that didn't go so well for Edmonton backers in Game 3. Bettors are also not buying in on the faves, with 65% of bets and 60% of handle on the Cats to pull off the sweep at BetMGM.

As for the total, it once again sits at 5.5 with vig on the Under. After seven goals were scored in Game 3, the Over is catching 60% of bets at BetMGM with 58% of money that way as well.

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