Avalanche vs. Jets Prediction, Betting Tips & Picks 4/24/2022
The Colorado Avalanche and Winnipeg Jets — both coming off defeats in their last game — will meet on Sunday at 7:00 PM ET, at Bell MTS Place in Winnipeg. Avalanche (-205) at Jets (+170) looks lopsided, according to the moneyline odds. Find more below on the Avalanche vs. Jets betting line, injury report, head-to-head stats, best bets and more.
Avalanche vs. Jets Spread and Betting Line
Avalanche vs Jets Betting Information
Avalanche vs. Jets Game Info
- Game Day: Sunday, April 24, 2022
- Game Time: 7:00 PM ET
- Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba
- Arena: Bell MTS Place
Computer Predictions for Avalanche vs. Jets
Computer picks for Avalanche vs Jets
Avalanche 4 Jets 3
Avalanche vs. Jets Betting Trends
Colorado has gone 52-20 as the oddsmakers’ choice this season.
The Avalanche have won 27 of the 34 games they have played with moneyline odds lower than -205.
There is a 67.2% chance that Colorado wins this game, per the moneyline.
Colorado Avalanche Leaders
Mikko Rantanen is currently one of Colorado’s top contributors (91 total points), having put up 36 goals and 55 assists.
Nathan MacKinnon is another leading option for Colorado with 87 points (1.4 per game), scoring 32 goals and adding 55 assists.
Cale Makar has scored 27 goals and added 58 assists through 74 games for Colorado.
Darcy Kuemper has a record of 36-11-3. He has allowed 127 goals (2.48 goals against average) and recorded 1514 saves.
Colorado Avalanche Season Stats
The Avalanche offense’s 297 total goals (3.8 per game) are ranked third in the league this year.
The Avalanche are ranked eighth in league action for the fewest goals against this season, having conceded 217 total goals (2.8 per game).
The team’s goal differential is third-best in the league at +80.
The 66 power-play goals the Avalanche have recorded this season (on 263 power-play chances) lead the league.
The Avalanche’s 25.1% power-play conversion rate ranks fourth-best in the league this season.
The Avalanche’s six shorthanded goals this season rank 16th.
The Avalanche kill 79.2% of their opponent’s power plays, the 20th-ranked penalty-kill percentage in the league.
With a 47.2% faceoff win percentage, the Avalanche have the 29th-ranked percentage in the NHL.
The Avalanche have a 10.9% shooting percentage as a team, ranking fifth in the NHL.
The Avalanche’s players are looking for their first shutout win this season. As a team, they are averaging 21.4 hits and 13.2 blocked shots per game.
Jets vs. Avalanche Betting Trends
The Jets have been the underdog 36 times this season, and upset their opponent in 11, or 30.6%, of those games.
Winnipeg has yet to win as the underdog with odds of +170 or longer on the moneyline this season in nine such games.
The Jets have a 37.0% chance to win this game (implied from the moneyline).
Winnipeg Jets Leaders
Winnipeg’s Kyle Connor has totaled 44 assists and 44 goals in 75 games, good for 88 points.
Mark Scheifele has made a major impact for Winnipeg this season with 70 points, thanks to 29 goals and 41 assists.
Pierre-Luc Dubois has 27 goals and 31 assists, for a season point total of 58.
Connor Hellebuyck’s record stands at 27-27-10 on the season, giving up 191 goals (3.0 goals against average) and compiling 1900 saves with a .909 save percentage (26th in the league).
Winnipeg Jets Season Stats
The Jets have the NHL’s 16th-ranked scoring offense (235 total goals, 3.0 per game).
The Jets’ 248 total goals allowed (3.2 per game) rank 21st in the league.
They have a -13 goal differential, which ranks 19th in the league.
The Jets have recorded 49 power-play goals this season (13th in the NHL) on 235 power-play chances.
The Jets’ power-play conversion rate (20.9%) ranks 16th in the league.
The Jets have scored nine shorthanded goals this season (sixth in the league).
The 74.4% of opponent power plays the Jets kill is the 30th-ranked penalty-kill percentage in the league.
The Jets win 50.9% of their faceoffs. That’s the 12th-ranked percentage in the NHL.
The 9.4% shooting percentage the Jets have amassed ranks 17th in the league.
The Jets have yet to shut out an opponent this season.
Avalanche and Jets Injury Report
Avalanche: Gabriel Landeskog: Out (Knee), Ryan Murray: Out (Hand/Wrist), Devon Toews: Day To Day (Undisclosed), Pavel Francouz: Day To Day (Face), Mikko Rantanen: Out (Illness), Erik Johnson: Day To Day (Undisclosed)
Jets: Cole Perfetti: Out (Upper-body), Mark Scheifele: Day To Day (Upper-body)
We have the Avalanche listed as our best bet on the moneyline in this game, and our pick against the spread is the Jets (+1.5). Our computer model has the scoring going under the total of 6.5 goals when it’s sorted out on the ice.
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