The St. Louis Blues will visit the Canada Life Centre on Tuesday, when they’ll face the Winnipeg Jets, so check out all our NHL betting to learn more. The Jets are a +108 underdog while the Blues are -112 favorites. The total is at 5.5. Read our Oilers at Red Wings NHL betting tip!
Odds/Point Spread: Blues (-112) Jets (-108)
Following their 4-1 loss to the Ducks their last time out, the Blues will attempt to get a victory in their next game. In this defeat, the Blues had an offensive performance that was below average. In a game that was ultimately won by the visitors, they had a goal on 1 out of the 35 shots they took. They also had one power play opportunity but failed to score. For this match, St. Louis received two penalty minutes.
The Blues had a Corsi rate of 58.8 percent in this match, while the Corsi For/Against when it was finished was 60 to 42. Their Fenwick was 45 and their Fenwick against was 34, for a total of 57 percent. During the regular season, they recorded 26 even-strength face-off victories and were unsuccessful on 22 occasions to gain control of the puck. Their offensive zone starts were at 64.4 percent and their PDO was 90.1 for this encounter.
The Blues have faced 325 shots and have a save percentage of .926. The St. Louis Blues have allowed 20 goals at even strength while recording 29 on the offensive side of the rink so far this season. The Blues’ opponents have generated 34 power play opportunities (19th in pro hockey) and scored four goals with those chances. They’ve gathered 15 points this season and their point percentage is .750. St. Louis has taken 327 shots and a shot percentage of 11.3 percent. The Blues have 37 goals on the season (7th in the NHL), and 24 have been scored against them. St. Louis has produced 26 power play chances and scored 8 goals during those opportunities, giving them a 30.77% rate on the advantage.
The goaltender for this contest is Jordan Binnington. During his ice hockey career, Binnington has made 73 quality starts and has a .566 percentage. His save percentage is .915 in 7,762 minutes of play. Binnington has faced 3,705 shots throughout his career and saved 3,391 goals. In his professional hockey career, Binnington has allowed 314 goals against and a goals against average of 2.43. He has a career mark of 77-34-17 and he has started in 129 games. Binnington has played in 133 professional hockey games.
The Islanders won their previous game, defeating the Jets by a score of 2-0 in New York. They had one power-play opportunity in this game, but they were unable to score. The Jets converted just 0 of the 24 shots on goal they attempted. Their even-strength PDO was 93, and their oZS percentage was 55.6 percent.
Winnipeg had a 52.8 percent Corsi rate in this game. The Corsi percentage tells us the type of game that Winnipeg had and you might say that they’ve had better days on the ice. Their Fenwick percentage was 47.6 percent by combining a 40-Fenwick with a 44-Fenwick at even strength.
The Winnipeg Jets have taken 326 shots (24th in the NHL) and had a shooting percentage of 11.04 percent, while giving up 345 attempts. The Jets have a penalty kill percentage of 65.71% and a save percentage of 90.7 on their opponent’s 35 power play chances. They’ve had 32 opportunities on the power play thus far, with a 28.13% success rate. The Jets have scored 27 even-strength goals and 9 (8th in professional hockey) due to the fact that they have more men on the ice. They’ve given up 32 goals, 20 of which have come at even strength and ten while they had fewer players on the ice.
The Winnipeg Jets have scored 36 goals this season, good for 14 points, and a point percentage of .636. Connor Hellebuyck is in goal for the Jets. He has stopped 8,909 attempts out of 9,722 shots directed against him, resulting in a save percentage of .916. Hellebuyck is holding a career mark of 175-104-27 and has appeared in 322 games. He started 313 games and logged 18,430 minutes during his career. Hellebuyck’s quality start percentage is 54.3 percent, and he has made 170 quality starting assignments in his professional hockey career. The other team is averaging 2.65 goals per game, and he has allowed 813 total.
Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take St. Louis (-112)