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Convert odds using The Action Network's Betting Odds Calculator.---Game 6 between the New York Islanders and Tampa Bay Lightning served as a good lesson for hockey bettors. Timing matters in betting, so staying on top of the status of Kucherov (and defenseman Erik Cernak) will be important for bettors looking to get the best number possible for Game 7.What we do know for Friday night is that the New York Islanders will close as the underdog for the 19th time this postseason. Tampa's power play may be a bit muted without Kucherov, but the Bolts still managed to sport a top-10 power play during the regular season, so staying out of the box will remain paramount if the Islanders want to stay with the Lightning on Friday night.Betting odds always do a good job of setting the stage for a game, but they don't tell the whole story.There really doesn't feel like a right or wrong bet in this contest. For others, it may mean counting out the Islanders just because they're underdogs.All we can say for sure is that, no matter who you bet on in Game 7, it promises to be insane.---Michael Leboff covers the NHL and more at The Action Network -- a sports media company that builds products and creates content to inform and entertain the sports bettor.---Listen: NHL Fantasy on Ice podcast with guests from The Action Network

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