Carolina Hurricanes vs. Winnipeg Jets NHL Betting Tips and Predictions
The Carolina Hurricanes (49-20-8) host the Winnipeg Jets (35-31-11) on Thursday, April 21, with the Hurricanes coming off a victory in their last game and the Jets a defeat. Hurricanes (-244) versus Jets (+195) appears like a mismatch, according to the moneyline odds. Find more below on the Hurricanes vs. Jets betting line, injury report, head-to-head stats, best bets and more.
Hurricanes vs. Jets Spread and Betting Line
Hurricanes vs Jets Betting Information
Hurricanes vs. Jets Game Info
- Game Day: Thursday, April 21, 2022
- Game Time: 7:00 PM ET
- Location: Raleigh, North Carolina
- Arena: PNC Arena
Computer Predictions for Hurricanes vs. Jets
Computer picks for Hurricanes vs Jets
Hurricanes 4 Jets 2
Hurricanes vs. Jets Betting Trends
Carolina has won 42 of the 64 games it’s played as the moneyline favorite this season.
In 16 games with moneyline odds lower than -244 this season, the Hurricanes have won 12 times.
Carolina has a 70.9% chance of winning this game, looking at the moneyline odds.
Carolina Hurricanes Leaders
Sebastian Aho has been a big player for Carolina this season, with 77 points in 74 games.
Through 74 games, Andrei Svechnikov has 30 goals and 37 assists.
Teuvo Teravainen’s 60 points this season have come via 19 goals and 41 assists.
In 52 games, Frederik Andersen has a record of 35-14-3. He has conceded 111 goals (2.17 goals against average) and has recorded 1320 saves.
Carolina Hurricanes Season Stats
The Hurricanes offense’s 255 total goals (3.3 per game) are ranked ninth in the NHL this year.
The Hurricanes are ranked first in league action with the fewest goals against, having allowed 188 total goals (just 2.4 per game).
The team’s goal differential is fifth-best in the league at +67.
The Hurricanes have recorded 49 power-play goals on 219 power-play chances this season, ranking 12th in the NHL.
The Hurricanes’ 22.4% power-play conversion rate ranks 10th-best in the league this season.
The Hurricanes have scored a total of four shorthanded goals this season.
The Hurricanes’ 87.8% penalty-kill success rate currently paces the league.
The Hurricanes’ players win 53.7% of their faceoffs to rank fourth in the league.
The Hurricanes convert 9.7% of their shots, ranking 13th in the league.
The Hurricanes’ players are still looking for their first shutout win this season. As a team, they are averaging 22.4 hits and 10.5 blocked shots per game.
Jets vs. Hurricanes Betting Trends
The Jets have been the underdog 35 times this season, and upset their opponent in 11, or 31.4%, of those games.
Winnipeg has been an underdog by +195 or longer on the moneyline six times, losing each of those contests.
The moneyline implies a 33.9% chance of victory for the Jets.
Winnipeg Jets Leaders
Kyle Connor has scored 43 goals (0.6 per game) and dished out 44 assists (0.6 per game), taking 4.1 shots per game and shooting 14.3%. That makes him among the leaders for Winnipeg with 87 total points (1.2 per game).
Winnipeg’s Mark Scheifele has racked up 70 total points (1.0 per game), with 29 goals and 41 assists.
Pierre-Luc Dubois has 26 goals and 30 assists, for a season point total of 56.
Connor Hellebuyck has a 27-27-10 record this season, with a .909 save percentage (27th in the league). In 64 games, he has 1900 saves, and has given up 191 goals (3.0 goals against average).
Winnipeg Jets Season Stats
The Jets have the league’s 16th-ranked scoring offense (233 total goals, 3.0 per game).
The Jets have conceded 244 total goals (3.2 per game) to rank 21st.
They have a -11 goal differential, which ranks 20th in the league.
The Jets have put up 49 power-play goals this season (on 233 power-play chances). That ranks 12th in the NHL.
The Jets have the league’s 16th-ranked power-play conversion rate of 21%.
The Jets have scored nine shorthanded goals this season (sixth among NHL teams).
The 74.3% of opponent power plays the Jets kill is the 30th-ranked penalty-kill percentage in the league.
The Jets have the league’s 12th-ranked faceoff win rate (51%).
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.
Hurricanes and Jets Injury Report
Hurricanes: Frederik Andersen: Out (Undisclosed), Jordan Staal: Day To Day (Upper Body), Jesperi Kotkaniemi: Day To Day (Undisclosed), Jake Gardiner: Out (Hip/back)
Jets: Cole Perfetti: Out (Upper-body), Mark Scheifele: Day To Day (Upper-body), Logan Stanley: Out (Undisclosed)
Our best bet is Hurricanes on the moneyline at -244 and after looking at all of the key stats and trends for this matchup. Our computer predicts the total score will be under the total of goals.
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