Capitals vs. Coyotes Prediction, Betting Tips & Picks 4/22/2022
The Washington Capitals and Arizona Coyotes — both coming off defeats in their last game — will meet on Friday at 10:30 PM ET, at Gila River Arena in Glendale. The Coyotes are big underdogs despite being the hosts, at +295, and the Capitals are -385. Find more below on the Capitals vs. Coyotes betting line, injury report, head-to-head stats, best bets and more.
Capitals vs. Coyotes Spread and Betting Line
Capitals vs Coyotes Betting Information
Capitals vs. Coyotes Game Info
- Game Day: Friday, April 22, 2022
- Game Time: 10:30 PM ET
- Location: Glendale, Arizona
- Arena: Gila River Arena
Computer Predictions for Capitals vs. Coyotes
Computer picks for Capitals vs Coyotes
Capitals 4 Coyotes 2
Capitals vs. Coyotes Betting Trends
Washington has won 28 of its 49 games as a favorite this season.
The Capitals have not had moneyline odds lower than -385 in a game this season.
Washington has a 79.4% chance of winning this game, based on the moneyline odds.
Washington Capitals Leaders
Alex Ovechkin is one of Washington’s leading contributors with 91 points. He has 50 goals and 41 assists this season.
Through 74 games, Evgeny Kuznetsov has 24 goals and 53 assists.
John Carlson has 15 goals and 53 assists for Washington.
In 42 games, Ilya Samsonov has a record of 23-10-5. He has conceded 112 goals (3.00 goals against average) and has racked up 974 saves.
Washington Capitals Season Stats
The Capitals score the eighth-most goals in the NHL, averaging 3.4 per game for a total of 261 this season.
The Capitals rank 14th in total goals against, giving up 3.0 goals per game (227 total) in NHL action.
Their goal differential (+34) ranks them 11th in the NHL.
The 46 power-play goals the Capitals have recorded this season (on 234 power-play chances) rank 16th in the league.
The Capitals are 21st in the league with a 19.7% power-play conversion rate this season.
The Capitals’ offense has recorded eight shorthanded goals this season (eighth among all squads).
The Capitals rank 11th in the league in penalty-kill success rate at 81.8%.
The Capitals’ players win 47.3% of their faceoffs to rank 28th in the league.
The Capitals convert 10.8% of their shots, ranking sixth in the NHL.
The Capitals have yet to shut out an opponent this season, averaging 25.4 hits and 14.3 blocked shots per game.
Coyotes vs. Capitals Betting Trends
This season the Coyotes have 21 wins in the 75 games in which they’ve been an underdog.
Arizona is 3-10 when it is the underdog by +295 or longer on the moneyline.
The win probability for the Coyotes, implied from the moneyline, is 25.3%.
Arizona Coyotes Leaders
Clayton Keller has scored 28 goals (0.4 per game) and collected 35 assists (0.5 per game), averaging 2.6 shots per game and shooting 15.8%. That makes him among the leaders for Arizona with 63 total points (0.9 per game).
Nick Schmaltz’s 54 points this season, including 23 goals and 31 assists, make him one of the top offensive threats for Arizona.
Arizona’s Phil Kessel has 48 points, courtesy of seven goals (eighth on team) and 41 assists (first).
Karel Vejmelka has a 12-31-3 record this season, with an .899 save percentage (40th in the league). In 49 games, he has 1435 saves, and has given up 162 goals (3.7 goals against average).
Arizona Coyotes Season Stats
The Coyotes have the NHL’s 32nd-ranked scoring offense (188 total goals, 2.4 per game).
The Coyotes’ 292 total goals conceded (3.8 per game) rank 31st in the league.
Their 32nd-ranked goal differential is -104.
The Coyotes have recorded 26 power-play goals this season (on 190 power-play chances). That ranks 32nd in the NHL.
The Coyotes’ power-play conversion rate (13.7%) ranks 30th in the league.
The Coyotes have scored two shorthanded goals.
The 74% penalty-kill percentage the Coyotes have registered is the league’s 31st-ranked rate.
The Coyotes have the league’s 27th-ranked faceoff win percentage (47.4%).
The Coyotes are shooting 9.4% (16th in the league).
The Coyotes have not shut out an opponent this season. They average 22.1 hits and 14 blocked shots per game.
Capitals and Coyotes Injury Report
Capitals: Dmitry Orlov: Day To Day (Lower Body), Carl Hagelin: Out (Eye)
Coyotes: Conor Timmins: Out For Season (Lower Body), Lawson Crouse: Out (Hand), Clayton Keller: Out For Season (Lower-body), Christian Fischer: Out (Lower-body), Dmitrij Jaskin: Out (Undisclosed), Jakob Chychrun: Out (Ankle), Dysin Mayo: Out (Upper Body), Bryan Little: Out (Head)
Betting Tips for Capitals vs. Coyotes
We have the Capitals as the best bet on the moneyline in this game, and our pick against the spread is the Capitals (+). Our computer model has the scoring going under the total of goals when all is said and done.
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