Blackhawks vs. Flyers Prediction, Betting Tips & Picks 4/25/2022
The Chicago Blackhawks (26-42-11) host the Philadelphia Flyers (24-43-11) on Monday, April 25, with the Blackhawks coming off a loss in their last game and the Flyers a victory. The Flyers are underdogs on the road, at +114, and the Blackhawks are -136. Find more below on the Blackhawks vs. Flyers betting line, injury report, head-to-head stats, best bets and more.
Blackhawks vs. Flyers Spread and Betting Line
Blackhawks vs Flyers Betting Information
Blackhawks vs. Flyers Game Info
- Game Day: Monday, April 25, 2022
- Game Time: 8:00 PM ET
- Location: Chicago, Illinois
- Arena: United Center
Computer Predictions for Blackhawks vs. Flyers
Computer picks for Blackhawks vs Flyers
Blackhawks 4 Flyers 3
Blackhawks vs. Flyers Betting Trends
Chicago has won nine of its 19 games as a favorite this season.
The Blackhawks have won six of the 13 games they have played with moneyline odds lower than -136.
The moneyline odds say Chicago has a 57.6% chance of winning this game.
Chicago Blackhawks Leaders
Patrick Kane has been a major player for Chicago this season, with 90 points in 75 games.
Alex DeBrincat has 76 points (1.0 per game), scoring 40 goals and adding 36 assists.
Seth Jones has 51 total points for Chicago, with five goals and 46 assists.
In 30 games, Kevin Lankinen has a record of 6-15-6. He has conceded 102 goals (3.62 goals against average) and has recorded 797 saves.
Chicago Blackhawks Season Stats
The Blackhawks’ 2.6 average goals per game add up to 205 total, which makes them the 27th-ranked scoring team in the league.
On defense, the Blackhawks have conceded 282 goals (3.6 per game) to rank 26th in NHL action.
The team is ranked 28th in goal differential at -77.
The Blackhawks’ 47 power-play goals this season (ranked 16th in the NHL) have come on 237 power-play chances.
The Blackhawks’ offense has the NHL’s 19th-ranked power-play conversion rate (19.8%).
The Blackhawks have scored a total of two shorthanded goals this season.
The Blackhawks rank 26th in the NHL in penalty-kill success rate at 75.3%.
The Blackhawks’ players win 49.5% of their faceoffs to rank 17th in the NHL.
The Blackhawks connect on 9% of their shots, ranking 26th in the NHL.
The Blackhawks have yet to shut out an opponent this season, averaging 25 hits and 16 blocked shots per game.
Flyers vs. Blackhawks Betting Trends
The Flyers have been the underdog 65 times this season, and upset their opponent in 19, or 29.2%, of those games.
Philadelphia has a record of 16-39 in games when sportsbooks list them +114 or longer on the moneyline.
The moneyline set in this contest implies a 46.7% chance for the Flyers to win.
Philadelphia Flyers Leaders
Travis Konecny is a top offensive contributor for his squad with 50 points (0.7 per game). He has scored 15 goals and 35 assists in 76 games (playing 17:18 per game).
Cam Atkinson is crucial for Philadelphia’s offense with 50 total points (0.7 per game), including 23 goals and 27 assists through 73 games.
Philadelphia’s James van Riemsdyk has 37 points, courtesy of 23 goals (first on team) and 14 assists (ninth).
Carter Hart has a record of 13-24-7 in 45 games this season, conceding 137 goals (3.2 goals against average) with 1304 saves and a .905 save percentage, 33rd in the league.
Philadelphia Flyers Season Stats
The Flyers have the league’s 29th-ranked scoring offense (203 total goals, 2.6 per game).
The Flyers’ 282 total goals conceded (3.6 per game) rank 26th in the league.
Their 29th-ranked goal differential is -79.
The Flyers have recorded 27 power-play goals this season, which ranks 31st in the NHL (on 225 power-play chances).
The Flyers have a 12% power-play conversion rate, the NHL’s No. 32 percentage.
The Flyers have recorded six shorthanded goals.
The Flyers’ 26th-ranked penalty kill rate is 75.3%.
The Flyers win 52.2% of their faceoffs. That’s the sixth-best rate in the NHL.
The 8.5% shooting percentage the Flyers have compiled ranks 30th in the league.
The Flyers have not shut out an opponent this season. They average 22.8 hits and 15.1 blocked shots per game.
Blackhawks and Flyers Injury Report
Blackhawks: MacKenzie Entwistle: Day To Day (Shoulder), Jujhar Khaira: Out (Back), Connor Murphy: Out (Concussion Protocol)
Flyers: Rasmus Ristolainen: Out (Upper Body), Sean Couturier: Out For Season (Back), Ryan Ellis: Out For Season (Lower-body), Carter Hart: Out (Lower-body), Patrick Brown: Out For Season (Upper-body), Cam Atkinson: Out (Lower-body), Cam York: Out (Lower-body), Nick Seeler: Out (Lower-body), Samuel Morin: Out For Season (Lower body)
Betting Tips for Blackhawks vs. Flyers
We have the Blackhawks projected as the best bet on the moneyline in this game, and our pick against the spread is the Flyers (+1.5). Our computer model has the scoring going under the total of 6.5 goals once the game has been played.
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