Another busy night in Vasilevsky?

Colorado Avalanche has won the third Stanley Cup in franchise history and is the first to win Game 6 on Sunday night in Tampa since 2001.

Bolt stopped the defeat with a 3-2 victory in Denver on Friday night. Winning Game 6 will make Lightning the seventh team to force Game 7 in the Stanley Cup Finals series after facing a 3-1 series deficit. The last time it happened was the 2006 Oilers.

Here are some prop bets to consider for Sunday’s slopes:

Proposal 1: Andrey Vasilevsky 33.5 saves or more (-130)

Death, taxes, and Andrey Vasilevsky are in full swing. That’s all you need to know.

The 27-year-old has cleared 33.5 saves in four of the five outings of the series so far. What’s more, Colorado shot an average of 36.2 shots in five games. This will probably come down to the wire again. That said, it’s hard to bet on Vasilevsky, especially in potential exclusion games.

Proposal 2: Nathan McKinnon Always target (+180) + SOG of 4.5 or higher (-160)

If you keep your score at home, McKinnon has one goal with 28 shots throughout the first five games of the series. Time is running out, but he’s set to sign the night with one of these games, right? Fortunately, the 29-year-old player continues to shoot the puck despite the struggle. He cleared the number of 4.5 in 7 out of 8 games.

Proposal 3: Victor Hedman over 2.5 SOG (-160)

Undoubtedly, Hedman’s Shot Prop is back in play tonight. Since Game 1, the 31-year-old has cleared the 2.5 number for four consecutive games and collected 18 shots in the goal. In addition, in 22 playoff games, he averaged 3.36 shots per game. Please take the plunge.

Proposal 4: Nazemukadori over 2.5 SOG (-175)

It’s expensive, but given his series of work in these playoffs, Kadori should have no problem blowing the breeze again with the 2.5 numbers. To get started, he had 7 shots in the goal in Game 5. Primarily known for his playmaking abilities, the pending UFA adopted Shot First Mentality in the second half of the blues series and hasn’t really looked back since then. To be honest, Kadori and Mikko Lantanen seem to have exchanged roles in these playoffs. Whatever works, and whatever wins us money.

As of Sunday afternoon, the above betting odds via the Bet365 Sportsbook.

Another busy night in Vasilevsky?

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