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Game 5 Kraken vs Stars Odds, Prediction & Props (May 11)

Chris Wassel

by Chris Wassel in NHL Hockey

Updated May 10, 2023 · 5:01 PM PDT

Dallas Stars left wing Jason Robertson shoots the puck against the Seattle Kraken
May 9, 2023; Seattle, Washington, USA; Dallas Stars left wing Jason Robertson (21) shoots the puck against the Seattle Kraken during the first period in game four of the second round of the 2023 Stanley Cup Playoffs at Climate Pledge Arena. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports
  • Dallas is currently a -190 moneyline favorite in the Kraken vs Stars odds for Game 5 of their second-round playoff series
  • The Stars are again likely to win this best-of-seven game series
  • Get the latest Kraken vs Stars Game 5 odds here, plus injury news and same-game parlay picks

The Dallas Stars looked like a completely different team from what we saw in Game 3. Dallas was composed yet dominant. Jake Oettinger was solid in net for 40 minutes. The defense did not crumble and there were few breakdowns as Dallas yielded a mere 10 shots while scoring five times en route to a 6-3 win.

Seattle failed to stop Max Domi as Domi made his presence felt immensely. He scored twice and chipped in an assist on another goal. It was that depth scoring that Dallas had in the final three games of their first-round series. Yes, the power play makes Dallas but more scoring options give the Stars that staying power.

Online sportsbooks back Dallas in a big way in Thursday night’s NHL odds.

Kraken vs Stars Game 5 Odds

Team Puck Line Total Moneyline
Seattle Kraken +1.5 (-155) +160 O 6 (-110)
Dallas Stars -1.5 (+135) -190 U 6 (-110)

The Stars got upped to -190 moneyline favorites, in a contest with a total of 6. Puck drop is scheduled for 9:40pm ET on Thursday at American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX, with TNT providing nationwide coverage. Sportsnet and TVAS anchor the Canadian coverage.

The Stars vs Kraken series odds turned right back to Dallas again. Now, Dallas rolls in at -200 to win the series after their Game 4 triumph.


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