Buffalo Sabres vs. Philadelphia Flyers NHL Betting Tips and Predictions
Sabres vs. Flyers Betting Picks & Predictions
The Buffalo Sabres and Philadelphia Flyers — both coming off defeats — will meet on Saturday at 7:00 PM ET, at KeyBank Center in Buffalo. Sabres (-137) versus Flyers (+116) has a clear favorite, according to the moneyline odds. Find more below on the Sabres vs. Flyers betting line, injury report, head-to-head stats, best bets and more.
Sabres vs. Flyers Betting Line
Sabres vs Flyers Betting Information
Sabres vs. Flyers Game Info
- Game Day: Saturday, April 16, 2022
- Game Time: 7:00 PM ET
- Location: Buffalo, New York
- Arena: KeyBank Center
Computer Predictions for Sabres vs. Flyers
Computer picks for Sabres vs Flyers
Sabres 4 Flyers 2
Sabres vs. Flyers Betting Trends
Buffalo has gotten a victory twice in three games as the moneyline favorite this season.
The Sabres have not had moneyline odds lower than -137 in a game this season.
There is a 57.8% chance that Buffalo wins this contest, per the moneyline.
Buffalo Sabres Leaders
Tage Thompson is currently one of Buffalo’s leading contributors (60 total points), having put up 33 goals and 27 assists.
Jeff Skinner has 31 goals and 24 assists to total 55 points (0.7 per game).
Rasmus Dahlin’s 46 points this season have come via 10 goals and 36 assists.
Craig Anderson has a record of 15-12-2. He has conceded 92 goals (3.2 goals against average) and racked up 801 saves with an .897 save percentage (44th in the league).
Buffalo Sabres Season Stats
The Sabres’ 2.7 average goals per game add up to 207 total, which makes them the 24th-ranked scoring team in the league.
The Sabres rank 27th in total goals against, giving up 3.5 goals per game (269 total) in league play.
Their goal differential (-62) ranks them 26th in the NHL.
The Sabres have scored 42 power-play goals on 203 power-play chances this season, ranking 21st in the league.
The Sabres are 18th in the NHL with a 20.7% power-play conversion rate this season.
The Sabres’ offense has capitalized with four shorthanded goals this season (22nd among all teams).
The Sabres have the league’s 25th-ranked penalty-kill percentage at 75.1%.
With a 46% faceoff win percentage, the Sabres have the 32nd-ranked percentage in the NHL.
The Sabres connect on 9.2% of their shots, ranking 23rd in the league.
The Sabres’ players are looking for their first shutout win this season. As a team, they are averaging 15.2 hits and 11.2 blocked shots per game.
Flyers vs. Sabres Betting Trends
This season the Flyers have 17 wins in the 60 games in which they’ve been an underdog.
Philadelphia has won 13 of its 50 games when it is the underdog by +116 or longer on the moneyline.
The moneyline implies a 46.3% chance to win for the Flyers.
Philadelphia Flyers Leaders
Philadelphia’s Cam Atkinson has collected 27 assists and 23 goals in 73 games, good for 50 points.
Travis Konecny is crucial for Philadelphia’s attack with 45 total points (0.6 per game), including 13 goals and 32 assists through 71 contests.
Joel Farabee has 16 goals and 17 assists for Buffalo.
Carter Hart’s record stands at 13-24-7 on the season, allowing 137 goals (3.2 goals against average) and amassing 1304 saves with a .905 save percentage (32nd in the league).
Philadelphia Flyers Season Stats
The Flyers’ 189 total goals (2.6 per game) rank 29th in the NHL.
The Flyers’ 265 total goals given up (3.6 per game) rank 26th in the NHL.
They have a -76 goal differential, which ranks 30th in the league.
The Flyers have scored 27 power-play goals this season (30th in the NHL) on 213 power-play chances.
The Flyers’ power-play conversion rate (12.7%) ranks 32nd in the league.
The Flyers have scored six shorthanded goals this season (15th among NHL squads).
The 76.3% of opponent power plays the Flyers kill is the 23rd-ranked penalty-kill percentage in the league.
The Flyers win 52.4% of their faceoffs. That’s the sixth-best rate in the NHL.
The Flyers’ collective 8.3% shooting percentage ranks 31st in the league.
The Flyers have not yet shut out an opponent this season.
Sabres and Flyers Injury Report
Sabres: Malcolm Subban: Out For Season (Upper Body), Andrew Oglevie: Out (Undisclosed), Drake Caggiula: Out For Season (Back), Mattias Samuelsson: Day To Day (Undisclosed)
Flyers: Rasmus Ristolainen: Out (Upper Body), Sean Couturier: Out For Season (Back), Ryan Ellis: Out For Season (Lower-body), Carter Hart: Day To Day (Lower-body), Patrick Brown: Day To Day (Upper-body), Cam Atkinson: Day To Day (Lower-body), Nate Thompson: Day To Day (Lower-body), Cam York: Day To Day (Lower-body), Nick Seeler: Out (Lower-body), Samuel Morin: Out For Season (Lower body)
Our best bet is Sabres on the moneyline at -137 and Flyers (+1.5) against the spread after analyzing all of the key statistics and trends for this matchup. Our computer predicts the scoring will finish over the total of 6 goals.
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