NHL – Final
Stadium:T-Mobile Arena (Paradise)
Prediction for the NHL Vegas Golden Knights vs Florida Panthers match which will take place on June 4th. Who will turn out to be stronger? Check the team conditions! Several betting options are available.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Vegas Golden Knights
Vegas is still a young team by NHL standards. Nevertheless, the current Stanley Cup final will be the second for the Knights in their short history. As we remember, they lost to Washington, but now fate gives them another chance to get to the trophy. On the way to the main series of the playoffs, Bruce Cassidy's wards went through five Winnipeg games, and they spent six matches to succeed in the confrontations with Edmonton and Dallas.
Florida has a phenomenal playoff in which it should not have participated. A couple of days before the end of the regular season, the wards of Paul Maurice were out of the Eastern Conference Cup eight. However, the sensational Chicago victory over Pittsburgh allowed the Southerners to get the last place in the cup competitions. The Panthers immediately began to use this advantage, beating Boston in the first round, the regular season's best team. This success charged Florida with self-confidence, and they dealt with Toronto in five games and finally defeated Carolina in four matches, getting to the finals.
Expert Betting Tips
Florida's history started in 1993, and Vegas - only 24 years later. Nevertheless, this Stanley Cup final will be the second for both teams. The Knights are achieving success much faster, while the lineup of their current squad has experience playing with Washington in the 2017/18 season. However, the Panthers do not have such background. The statistics of personal games also confirm that Vegas won all five previous games against the Southerners on the ice of the T-Mobile Arena.
Surprisingly, most of the matches between Vegas and Florida could be better in goals in Sinrise, but in Paradise, all the games are highly productive. In five previous meetings, the teams scored 40 goals against each other (8.00 on average per game) – a very high result even by the standards of the NHL. Moreover, the Knights scored at least four goals in each game.