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Islanders vs. Lightning Game 7 Odds: Get A $500 Risk Free Bet With FOX Bet

FOX Bet are offering all new users the chance to wager a $500 risk free bet on game 7 between the Islanders and Lightning
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Islanders vs. Lightning Game 7 Odds: Get A $500 Risk Free Bet With FOX Bet

Cash in on tonight’s Islanders Game 7 with FOX Bet!

Our friends at FOX Bet are making tonight’s pivotal Game 7 even sweeter with a huge welcome offer and loads of bet boosts. Read our preview below to help you choose which boost to claim and how to sign up to Fox Bet. 

Bet Boosts (via FOX Bet sportbook):

  • Brayden Point to score a goal (incl. OT, No shootout) and Lightning to win (from +170 to +200)
  • Nikita Kucherov to score a goal (incl. OT, No shootout) and Lightning to win (+300 to +320)
  • Lightning to win 3-1, 4-2 or 5-2 (+500 to +600)
  • Lightning to win in Overtime (+500 to +600)
  • Anthony Beauvillier to score a goal (incl. OT, No shootout) and Islanders to win (+650 to +750)
  • Jordan Eberle to score a goal (incl. OT, No shootout) and Islanders to win (+700 to +800)
  • Islanders to win 4-1, 4-2 or 5-3 (+750 to +1000)
  • Brayden Point & Brock Nelson 1+ points each (+240)

How to claim:

1. Sign up to FOX Bet by clicking ‘Claim Offer’ on the button below. 

2. Make a deposit into your new FOX Bet account

3. Go to the NHL tab, then the New York Islanders vs. Tampa Bay Lightning wagers

4. Choose your favorite bet on the game and wager up to $500

5. If your bet wins, great, enjoy your winnings!

6. If your bet loses, you get your money back up to $500

Islanders vs. Lightning Preview

New York is coming into this game with just about all the momentum, having won Game 6 in Overtime on Wednesday night in front of the loudest crowd in hockey.

Tampa is set to play tonight without their playoff-leading goal scorer Nikita Kucherov. He left Game 6 early due to Scott Mayfield’s aggressive hit. The Islanders will rely on their fourth line tonight, they are a group of enforcers who have proven their importance throughout the series.

Look for Barry Trotz and the Isles to come out of the gates aggressive tonight to secure the win.

Tonight’s X-factors include Mathew Barzal, Anthony Beauvillier, and Brayden Point. Barzal and Beauvillier were flying around the ice on Wednesday and provided the offense that the Islanders needed to overcome their two-goal deficit. Brayden Point will try to continue his historic playoff point streak without his set up man Kucherov. Both teams will obviously count on huge games from their goalkeepers, Varlamov for the Islanders and Vasilevskiy for the Lightning.

The Islanders are one win away from their first Stanley Cup final since 1984. The Lightning, the 2020 Stanley Cup winners, stole the Islander’s chances last year. The winner of tonight’s game is set to face the Montreal Canadiens in the 2021 Stanley Cup final.

Islanders vs. Lightning Odds (via FOX Bet sportsbook):

Islanders: +150 ML. 1.5 spread -200.

Lightning: -175 ML. -1.5 spread +160.

Over/under: 5.5 goals

Eastern Conference Game 7 Pick

Our pick: Islanders ML and the under

Our favorite FOX Bet boost: Brayden Point & Brock Nelson 1+ points each (+240)

Brayden Point has scored a goal in nine-straight playoff games, along with 12 goals and 20 points in the 2021 playoffs, tying Wayne Gretsky’s record.

Brock Nelson, an Islanders veteran, has recorded 12 points in this year’s playoffs and always comes up big for the Islanders when they need him.

The Tampa Bay Lightning host the New York Islanders in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals tonight at 8pm EST on NBCSN.

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