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1. Tony's Picks.
"The game seven odds from this Western Conference semifinal playoff series have the home club Chicago Blackhawks the -210 odds betting favorite with the take back on the road underdog Detroit Red Wings at +190 odds. The goal over under line is set at five goals.
"The Blackhawks have won two straight playoffs games since falling behind 3-1 in this NHL playoff series. After defeating the Red Wings 4-1 in game five the Blackhawks force the seventh and deciding game in this playoff series after a game six 4-3 road victory as a -123 betting odds favorite. The game total landed over five goals."
2. SBR Forum.
"The Blackhawks are now a huge favorite to take the series in Game 7 in Chicago. SBR Forum's Peter Loshak previews the game and possible betting value with the market odds."
3. Pregame TV.
"What hockey bettors need to know about Detroit Red Wings at Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday - a free pick from Pregame.com's Vegas Runner, with and host Steve Fezzik."
4. BookMaker Sportsbook.
"Brian Blessing and Todd Fuhrman present a break down of this NHL Playoff matchup from a betting perspective, including updated NHL odds."
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