Game 1: Various Odds for Sharks at Kings

Sharks Kings Game 3Beginning with tonight’s Game 1, we’re rolling out a new feature here on MayorsManor where we’ll pass along a few odds on several interesting tidbits that may or may not take place. In addition to five odds we’ll supply regarding the Los Angeles Kings, we’ll also welcome a guest contributor to weigh in from the other side of the ice. Below, Kevin Kurz, the San Jose Sharks Insider for CSN Bay Area, joins us for an Opening Night Faceoff.

Odds by MayorsManor:

2-1 Anze Kopitar or Marian Gaborik will score the first LA goal

3-1 Somebody is suspended following this game

6-1 Rookie Brayden McNabb will put a Sharks player through the boards in the first period

8-1 Drew Doughty asks Joe Thornton for a rematch of their epic “fight”

75-1 Darryl Sutter will shed a tear during the banner raising

Odds by Kevin Kurz:

2-1 Logan Couture or Joe Pavelski score Sharks’ first goal

3-1 Rookie Mirco Mueller skates more than 21 minutes

4-1 Sharks take the ice with no players wearing any letters

15-1 Mike Brown finds a way to run over Jonathan Quick

500-1 Jeff Carter admits postgame that Marc-Edouard Vlasic’s delay of game penalty in the 2013 playoffs actually glanced off of him

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