Are you ready, Rangers fans? With a thrilling seven-game series win over the Penguins in the first round behind them, the Rangers are facing the Carolina Hurricanes in Round 2 of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
The Hurricanes are proving to be strong foes, but the Rangers’ slogan this year is “No Quit in New York.” They put those words in action this past weekend, so we’re looking forward to seeing more New York fighting spirit in the next round.
We have all the odds from New York sports betting apps for the first game for sports betting fans and details you need to know about the two teams facing off.
Betting Odds for New York Rangers vs. Carolina Hurricanes
Game 7 of the New York Rangers vs. Carolina Hurricanes series is Monday, May 30, at 8 p.m. ET. The Rangers evened the series 3-3 on Saturday with a 5-2 win on their home ice. The home team has won every game in this series, and the Rangers will try to snap that streak in Monday’s decisive game.
Here are the best odds available for the next game:
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How Have The New York Rangers Been Playing?
The big hockey news coming out of the weekend was the Rangers’ wild win over the Penguins on Sunday. The dramatic Game 7 was clenched in an OT power-play goal by Artemi Panarin.
Even making it to Game 7 was a fight for New York. The Rangers were down 3-1 in the series but came back to win three consecutive games. It’s the first time in Stanley Cup Playoff history that a team has made three consecutive comeback wins in elimination games in a single series.
This playoff run is the Rangers’ first time in the regular postseason since 2017. Ironically, they did make it to the Qualifying Round in 2020 and faced — you guessed it — the Carolina Hurricanes. The Canes swept the Rangers 3-0 in that series.
This year, the two teams faced each other four times during the regular season. The Canes won three of those four, but the Rangers shut out Carolina in their one win of 2-0.
Another element of drama to the Rangers/Canes matchup is the presence of former Ranger Tony DeAngelo in Carolina’s starting lineup. New York cut DeAngelo in February 2021 after some on- and off-ice incidents. Will he have a score to settle when he faces his old team?
We’ll just have to wait and see.
How To Watch the New York Rangers vs. Carolina Hurricanes
Here’s how to get in on the action and watch while you wager.
|Game||Date||Location||Time||Where to Watch|
|Game 1||NYR 1||@CAR 2||F/OT|
|Game 2||NYR 0||@CAR 2||F|
|Game 3||CAR 1||@NYR 3||F|
|Game 4||CAR 1||@NYR 4||F|
|Game 5||NYR 1||@CAR 3||F|
|Game 6||CAR 2||@Rangers 5||F|
|Game 7*||Mon, May 30||@Hurricanes||TBD||TBD|
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