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Odds/Point Spread: Red Wings (+175) Capitals (-195)
The Red Wings were on the right side of the ledger with a 6-3 triumph over Chicago last time they met. Detroit’s offensive zone began at 38.0 percent and had a PDO of 104.4 for this match. They won 17 face-offs at even strength and were thwarted on 20 attempts to acquire puck control. The Red Wings had a Fenwick of 35 and the Fenwick Against was at 27. Thus they had a Fenwick rate of 56.6 percent.
43 for the Red Wings and 39 against after the final horn blew, resulting in a Corsi percentage of 52.4%. The Red Wings spent 16 minutes in the box. They also had 8 shots with more players on the ice and scored one goal. Detroit had a successful offensive showing, which was evident in their victory. On 6 of the 37 shots they attempted, they scored in the game.
The Detroit Red Wings’ offensive strength is reflected in their goal scoring output, which is 20 goals (7th in the NHL) for the season and 21 goals against (5th). During the current campaign, they have recorded seven points and a points percentage of .583. The Red Wings enter the game with 25 power play chances and have scored four goals on those opportunities, for a percentage of 16.00. They have allowed 15 goals while scoring 16 in even strength games. The Red Wings have taken 189 shots and have a shot percentage of 10.6 percent. Detroit has allowed 200 goals against them, having had a save percentage of .895. They have allowed 24 power play opportunities against (3rd in pro hockey) and have conceded six goals.
Alex Nedeljkovic is the goalie in this hockey game. He has made 19 successful starts throughout his career and his quality start percentage is .633. During his 1,910 minutes on the ice thus far this season, he has a save percentage of .924. Nedeljkovic has attempted 905 shots against him and made 836 saves. In his NHL career, opponents have scored 69 goals against Nedeljkovic and his goal average per game is 2.17. He has a record of 18-8-5 and he was named the starter in 30 games. Nedeljkovic has played in 33 games throughout his professional hockey career in the NHL.
The Capitals defeated the Senators by a score of 7-5 last time they were on the ice. Washington’s Corsi percentage was at 53.3 percent against Ottawa. The Corsi rating for this game, which measures how many times the puck was controlled in a given period of time, reveals that the team had a good game.
After accumulating a Fenwick of 40 and the Senators recording a 38, their combined rate was 51.3 percent. Their PDO was 110 and their oZS percentage was 43. The Capitals scored 7 goals on 31 shots on goal during the game. In this game, they had one power play chance but were unable to score a goal.
The Capitals have taken 183 shots this season (12th in the NHL) and have a shooting percentage of 14.21%, while allowing opponents to fire 165 times. Washington has a penalty kill percentage of 70.59% on their opponents 17 opportunities with the man advantage, and they’ve recorded a 90.3% save percentage. They’ve received 21 power plays and have a 14.29% success rate on those chances.
The Capitals have scored 23 goals at even strength and 3 goals on the power play (18th in the NHL). They’ve given up 11 goals at even strength and 5 while they had fewer men on the ice thus far this season. During this season, the Washington Capitals have scored a total of 26 goals and 10 points. They’ve also posted a point percentage of .833.
On the other side of the ice, Vitek Vanecek is guarding the net. Vanecek has a career record of 23-10-5 and has 41 appearances to his credit. Vitek Vanecek has a quality start percentage of 52.5% in his hockey career, and he’s qualified for 21 quality starts. He has saved 1,016 out of the 1,118 shots he has faced, which is an amazing .909 save percentage. His opponents have scored 2.64 goals per game and he has given up 102 goals in total. He got the nod in 40 games and has 2,320 minutes under his belt.
Who will win the Detroit Red Wings at Washington Capitals NHL game?
Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take Washington (-195)
Odds/Point Spread: Bruins (+104) Panthers (-115)
After a 4-3 victory over the San Jose Sharks their previous time out, the Bruins were feeling good about their performance. The Bruins’ Corsi was at 46, whereas the Corsi against came in at 37 after everything was said and done, resulting in a 55.4% Corsi rate. In this one, the Bruins’ defensive zone starts were at 51.7 percent and their PDO rating was 95.7. Boston had 13 minutes in penalties in this game.
In their triumph, the Bruins put up a strong offensive showing. Their Fenwick was 40, while their opposing team’s was 26, for a total of 60.6 percent. They won 25 face-offs when they were on even strength, but they lost 26 times when attempting to take the puck. Boston had three power play opportunities and were able to score one goal. On 4 out of 34 shots, they scored 1 goal during the game.
The Boston Bruins have only scored 14 goals this season (22nd in hockey) and given up 11. The team has six points through four games this season and a point percentage of .750. The Bruins enter the game with 9 power play opportunities and two goals scored out of those chances, giving them a 22.22% conversion rate. At even strength, the Bruins have given up 9 goals while scoring 12 of their own. Boston has made 140 shots and a 10 percent shot percentage. The Bruins have faced 115 shots and a save percentage of .904. The Boston Bruins have faced 14 power play opportunities from their opponents (27th in hockey) and have scored two goals on those chances.
Jeremy Swayman is the goalkeeper for this game. For his career, Swayman has made 10 quality starts and a quality start percentage of .833. With 721 minutes on the ice, Swayman has a .935 save percentage. Swayman has been attacked with 323 shot attempts and he made 302 saves. In his professional career, Swayman has faced 21 goals against and his goals against rate is 1.75. He is a goaltender with an 8-4-0 record and has started in 12 games. Swayman has donned the helmet for 12 games during his hockey career.
In the most recent game, Florida faced off with the Coyotes, when the Panthers won by a final of 5-3 in their last encounter. The Panthers played an excellent game, finishing with a 64.1 percent Corsi rating. This indicates the sort of game that Florida played and they put up a strong effort. Their Fenwick percentage was 64.7 percent by adding up 44 and the Coyotes’ 24 in Fenwick at the end of the contest. The PDO at even strength was 92, and they ended this one with an oZS percentage of 66.5 percent. The Panthers scored five goals out of the 41 shots on goal they took. They had three power play opportunities in this game, scoring two goals out of those chances.
Florida has fired 210 shots (third in the NHL) and a shooting percentage of 12.86%, while giving up 189 this season. On the other teams 27 opportunities on the power play, their penalty kill percentage is 85.19 percent, and their save percentage is currently at 93.7%. They’ve made 25 power play chances and have a 20 percent power play rate. The Panthers have scored 22 even-strength goals and 5 power-play goals (seventh in the professional hockey league). Florida has given up 12 goals through eight even-strength goals and four while they had less men on the ice. For the season the Florida Panthers have scored a total of 27 goals, 12 points, and a point percentage of 1.000, which is good for first place in the Eastern Conference.
Across the ice, you’ll find Sergei Bobrovsky in goal. He’s stopped 14,611 of the 15,940 shots he’s faced, giving him a save percentage of .917. Bobrovsky is one of the game’s most decorated netminders, with a career record of 301-180-45 and 542 appearances. He has started 528 games and played 31,234 minutes during his career. Bobrovsky’s percentage of quality starts is 56.8 percent, and he has 300 quality starting assignments in his career as a hockey goalie. Overall, the teams are averaging 2.55 goals per game and he has given up 1,329 goals in his entire hockey career.
Who will win the Boston Bruins at Florida Panthers NHL game?
Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take Boston (+104)
Odds/Point Spread: Flyers (+145) Oilers (-161)
After suffering a 4-2 defeat against the Panthers in their previous game, the Flyers will need to bounce back with a good result. The Flyers’ Corsi was 40 at the end of this game and their Corsi against was 49, giving them a 44.9 percent Corsi percentage. Philadelphia had a 22.2 percent offensive zone start rate and a 91.7 PDO in this matchup. In this game, the Flyers spent 8 minutes in the penalty box.
In their most recent game, the Flyers had an unsuccessful offensive performance. Their Fenwick was 29, with a 40 percent Fenwick rate against, resulting in a 42% Fenwick rate. When they were on the power play, the Flyers scored 25 face-off victories and lost 20 opportunity to win the puck. They had four opportunities with the advantage and were able to score 1 goal. On 29 attempts, they scored a goal on 2 out of 29 shots.
The Philadelphia Flyers have faced 15 power-play opportunities against (23rd in the NHL), and they’ve conceded three goals. The Flyers have given up 134 shots so far this season, with a save percentage of .910. The Flyers have attempted 116 shots and had 15.5 percent of those attempts result in goals. They have allowed 9 goals at even strength, but they’ve scored 14 as a unit. The Flyers have 11 power play chances and 4 goals during those situations, giving them a 36.36% conversion rate. Currently they have 5 points with a percentage of .625 for the year. With respect to their goal ratio, the Philadelphia Flyers have scored 18 goals (12th in the league) and given up 13 this season (11th in the league).
Carter Hart is the goaltender for this game. Over the course of his professional hockey career, Carter Hart has skated in 104 games. He has started 98 games and amassed a record of 50-38-10. His goals against average is 2.87 in his career, and opponents have scored 273 goals against him. Hart has faced 2,890 shots and stopped 2,617 of them. In his 5,711 minutes on the ice thus far, he has a save percentage of .906. He has compiled 49 quality starts and a .500 rate.
The Oilers took home the victory over the Golden Knights by a score of 5-3 in their last game on ice. The nature of the game that Edmonton played and appeared to be the superior team in this matchup was revealed in their 40.4% Corsi rating. The Oilers’ Fenwick percentage was 38.8% after they earned a 31-Fenwick game and the Golden Knights posted a 49-Fenwick score. They had a PDO of 109 and a percentage of 27.0 at even strength. The Oilers scored 5 goals out of the 33 shots on goal they took. Edmonton had three power play chances in this game, and scored on one of them.
The Edmonton Oilers have scored 24 goals this season, 10 points, and a point percentage of 1.000. They’ve given up 13 goals allowing 11 goals at even strength and 2 while they had less men on the ice. The Oilers have scored 16 even-strength goals and 8 (1st in the NHL) while having more skaters on the ice. They’ve had 17 power plays and a 47.06% success rate with the man advantage. The Oilers have attempted 168 shots (22nd in the NHL) while giving up 188 (19th). They accumulated a 13.69% shooting percentage. Edmonton has a penalty kill rate of 88.24 percent and a save percentage of 93.1 percent when facing other teams’ 17 opportunities with the man advantage.
For the Oilers, you can expect to see Mikko Koskinen in goal. He has stopped 3,349 of the 3,688 shots he’s faced during his NHL career, a success rate of .908. Koskinen has a lifetime record of 61-48-9 and has appeared in 126 games. He was in goal for 115 contests and had 6,903 minutes on the ice. He has a 49.6% quality start percentage, with 57 quality starts in his professional career. His opponents are scoring 2.95 goals per game and he has given up 339 goals in total.
Who will win the Philadelphia Flyers at Edmonton Oilers NHL game?
Oddsfanatic’s Parlay Pick: Take Edmonton (-161) and under 6.5 goals
Odds/Point Spread: Maple Leafs (-145) Blackhawks (+131)
The Maple Leafs will need a strong comeback game after suffering a 4-1 loss to the Hurricanes in their last game. Toronto had a difficult time scoring goals in this defeat. They scored just one of the 25 shots they attempted on goal in the game. They also had 3 power-play opportunities but failed to score. Toronto had 6 penalty minutes in this game.
The Maple Leafs’ Corsi was 48, while the Corsi against came in at 52 throughout this game. This means they had a Corsi percentage of 48.0 percent. The team’s Fenwick was 34, while the Fenwick Against sat at 44, giving them a 43.6 percent chance of winning. They won 27 face-offs at even strength and lost 25 times when they had the puck. For the Leafs, the offensive zone started at 58.6 percent and they had an even-strength PDO of 92.2 for this bout.
The Maple Leafs have allowed 24 power play opportunities (4th in the NHL) but have only conceded three goals. Toronto has 212 shot attempts against them and a save percentage of .892. They have launched 235 shots and has a shooting accuracy of 5.5 percent, according to the NHL’s website. The Maple Leafs have conceded 23 goals while only scoring 13 themselves. Toronto has had 22 power play opportunities and scored three goals, for a percentage of 13.64 percent. They’ve accumulated five points this season, with a point percentage of .357. The Maple Leafs have scored 13 goals (25th in the league) this season and given up 23.
Jack Campbell will be in goal for Toronto. Over his career, Campbell has made 46 quality starts and a quality start percentage of .554. Campbell has a .917 save percentage during his 5,092 minutes on the ice. The goalie has had 2,530 shot attempts against him and 2,321 total saves. Campbell has a 2.46 goals against average against and opponents have scored 209 goals against him in his NHL career. He has a career record of 42-32-9 and has started in 83 games. Campbell has seen 92 matchups during his NHL career, starting in goal.
The Blackhawks’ last game on the ice was against the Red Wings, where they lost by a score of 6-3. They had four power play chances in this game and only one of them resulted in a goal. The Blackhawks had three goals on 35 shots on goal. Their PDO was 96, and they’ll return home with an offensive zone stats percentage of 62%. Chicago’s 47.6 percent Corsi rate was nothing special. This statistic reveals the type of game Chicago played and indicates that they were an average squad. They had a 43.5 percent Fenwick rate by combining a 27 Fenwick and the Red Wings amassing a 35 Fenwick at even strength.
The Blackhawks have taken 186 shots (11th in hockey) and a 6.45% shot percentage, while allowing the opposition to fire 182 pucks at them. Their penalty kill rate is 90.91 percent, they’ve had 22 power play chances against them, and their save percentage is 85.2 percent. Chicago has a total of 22 power play opportunities and a 27.27% success rate during the season. The Blackhawks have scored six goals at even strength and six goals (tied for sixth in the League) on the power play. They have surrendered 27 goals in total while allowing 2 goals while shorthanded. The Chicago Blackhawks have scored 12 goals and recorded one point in their 6 games this season.
Marc-Andre Fleury is stationed in goal for the Blackhawks. He has a career record of 492 wins against 280 losses and has played 887 matches in the net. Fleury’s quality start rate is 55.1 percent, and he has completed 403 quality starts during his career as a professional hockey player. His 22,921 saves out of 25,108 attempts are good for a rate of 0.913. Chicago’s defense is allowing 2.56 goals per game, which ranks him among the Top 5 in that category. In total, he has given up 2,187 goals and has started 731 games.
Who will win the Toronto Maple Leafs at Chicago Blackhawks NHL game?
Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take Toronto (-145)
Odds/Point Spread: Golden Knights (-102) Stars (-108)
The Golden Knights were beaten by the Islanders 2-0 in their most recent game. In the defeat, the Knights’ offense was ineffective. They could not score on any of the 42 shots they took in the game. They had 2 power play chances but were unable to score. For this game, Vegas was given four minutes in the box.
The Golden Knights’ Corsi was at 69, while the Corsi against them was 42 when the game ended, indicating a 62.2% Corsi rate. Vegas’ Fenwick of 50 and the opposition’s rate of 35 resulted in a 58.8 percent Fenwick score for them, according to the NHL stats. They won 27 face-offs at even strength and were denied 20 attempts to control the puck. When they started in the offensive zone, they had a PDO of 70.3 percent. They had a PDO rating of 90.9 in total in the recent match-up.
The Golden Knights have been forced to face 175 shots so far this season, and their save percentage is .891. In six games, the Golden Knights have given up 20 goals while scoring 13 themselves. Vegas has allowed 13 power play opportunities (tied for 32nd in the league) and have scored three goals on those attempts. For the current NHL campaign, they have four points and a percent of .300. The Golden Knights have taken 179 shots and had a shooting percentage of 5.6 percent. For the season, the Vegas Golden Knights have scored 13 goals (31st in hockey) and given up 20 (22nd in the NHL). Vegas has 11 PP chances and has scored zero goals out of them, which is a rate of 0%.
Laurent Brossoit is the man defending the goal in this game. For his professional ice hockey career, he has made 35 quality starts and has a .538 percentage for quality starts. Brossoit’s record as a goalie is relatively impressive. He hasn’t had the best start to his professional career, but he has been able to bounce back from it and keep playing. During 4,349 minutes of cage time, he has a save percentage of .908. Brossoit has faced 2,237 shots and saved 2,031. His goals against average per game is 2.84, and he’s allowed 206 goals in his NHL career. He’s compiled an overall mark of 32-32-5 in 65 starts. Brossoit has played in 83 games in the NHL throughout his career.
The Stars were defeated by the Blue Jackets by a score of 4-1 in their previous game on the ice. Dallas had three power-play chances in this game but were unable to score a goal. They scored one goal out of the 32 shots they attempted. The Stars finished the game with an oZS percentage of 69.6 percent, while their PDO was 82. This Corsi rating reflects the type of game Dallas played and the facts demonstrate that they didn’t play well as a team. They earned a 54.1 percent Fenwick ratio by getting a 33 and and Blue Jackets at 28 Fenwick count.
The Dallas Stars have 12 goals and 6 points in 6 games this season, for a point percentage of .500. They have allowed 12 goals at even strength and 3 goals while they were down a player. The Stars have scored eight goals at even strength and three goals on the power play (22nd in the league). They’ve accumulated 17 power play chances and have a power play percentage of 17.65 percent. Dallas has taken 172 shots (20th in the NHL) and has earned a shooting percentage of 6.4%, while allowing the opposition 199 shots. Their penalty kill percentage is an impressive 85 percent, and they’ve clocked a power play save percentage of 92.5 percent on their opponents’ 20 opportunities.
Braden Holtby is in goal for the Stars. The goalkeeper has a career record of 291-135-49 and has played 494 games behind the net. Holtby’s quality start rate of 57.2 percent is good for a goalie. In his professional career, he has qualified for 277 quality starts. To put it in perspective, he has made 13,125 stops out of 14,345 attempts, with a success rate of .915. His opponents are scoring 2.58 goals every game, and he has given up 1,220 goals in total. He has started in 484 games and logged 28,382 minutes.
Who will win the Vegas Golden Knights at Dallas Stars NHL game?
Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take Vegas (-102)