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Statistical models don’t exactly love the Capitals in their first round matchup against the Bruins – Russian Machine Never Breaks

The Washington Capitals wrapped up the regular season finishing with 77 total points and a second-place finish in the East Division. That finish didn’t help them…

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The Washington Capitals wrapped up the regular season finishing with 77 total points and a second-place finish in the East Division. That finish didn’t help them avoid a first-round date with what has been the NHL’s best team for the past month, the Boston Bruins.
That unfortunate result has led the boys from DC to not exactly be favored by statistical models in terms of moving on from the series victorious.
Let’s start from an overall picture first and to do that we’ll go with the sports betting…

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