Colorado Avalanche vs. Edmonton Oilers NHL Betting Tips and Predictions
Avalanche vs. Oilers Betting Picks & Predictions
The Colorado Avalanche and Edmonton Oilers — both coming off victories — will meet on Saturday at 10:00 PM ET, at Rogers Place in Edmonton. Avalanche (-138) at Oilers (+117) has a definite favorite, according to the moneyline odds. Find more below on the Avalanche vs. Oilers betting line, injury report, head-to-head stats, best bets and more.
Avalanche vs. Oilers Betting Line
Avalanche vs Oilers Betting Information
Avalanche vs. Oilers Game Info
- Game Day: Saturday, April 9, 2022
- Game Time: 10:00 PM ET
- Location: Edmonton, Alberta
- Arena: Rogers Place
Computer Predictions for Avalanche vs. Oilers
Computer picks for Avalanche vs Oilers
Oilers 4 Avalanche 3
Avalanche vs. Oilers Betting Trends
Colorado has been victorious in 48 of the 66 games it’s played as the moneyline favorite this season.
In 59 games with shorter than -138 moneyline odds this season, the Avalanche have won 46.
The moneyline odds say Colorado has a 58.0% chance of winning this game.
Colorado Avalanche Leaders
Mikko Rantanen is one of Colorado’s leading contributors with 84 points. He has 35 goals and 49 assists this season.
Nazem Kadri has 83 points (1.3 per game), scoring 26 goals and adding 57 assists.
Cale Makar has 75 total points for Colorado, with 24 goals and 51 assists.
In 49 games, Darcy Kuemper has a record of 33-9-3. He has conceded 111 goals (2.40 goals against average) and has racked up 1362 saves.
Colorado Avalanche Season Stats
The Avalanche score the third-most goals in the league, averaging 3.8 per game for a total of 265 this season.
The Avalanche have allowed the sixth-fewest goals in league play this season, 192 (2.7 per game).
With a +73 goal differential, they’re ranked second-best in the NHL.
The Avalanche have recorded 60 power-play goals this season, leading the NHL (on 238 power-play chances).
The Avalanche’s 25.2% power-play conversion rate ranks fourth-best in the league this season.
The Avalanche’s six shorthanded goals this season rank 13th.
The Avalanche rank 17th in the league in penalty-kill success rate at 78.9%.
With a 46.9% faceoff win percentage, the Avalanche have the 30th-ranked percentage in the NHL.
The Avalanche convert 10.7% of their shots, ranking seventh in the league.
The Avalanche’s players are still looking for their first shutout win this season. As a team, they are averaging 21.1 hits and 13.1 blocked shots per game.
Oilers vs. Avalanche Betting Trends
This season the Oilers have seven wins in the 21 games in which they’ve been an underdog.
Edmonton has won two of its nine games when it is the underdog by +117 or longer on the moneyline.
The moneyline for this matchup implies a 46.1% chance for the Oilers to win.
Edmonton Oilers Leaders
Connor McDavid is a top offensive contributor for his team with 108 points (1.5 per game). He has recorded 42 goals and 66 assists in 71 games (playing 22:10 per game).
Leon Draisaitl’s 101 points this season, including 50 goals and 51 assists, make him one of the top offensive threats for Edmonton.
Edmonton’s Zach Hyman has 48 points (24 goals, 24 assists) this season.
Mikko Koskinen has a record of 25-10-3 in 40 games this season, conceding 120 goals (3.1 goals against average) with 1105 saves and a .902 save percentage, 38th in the league.
Edmonton Oilers Season Stats
The Oilers have the NHL’s fifth-best scoring offense (250 total goals, 3.5 per game).
The Oilers have conceded 3.2 goals per game, 228 total, which ranks 22nd among league teams.
They have a +22 goal differential, which ranks 13th in the league.
The Oilers have put up 53 power-play goals this season (fifth-most in the NHL) on 210 power-play chances.
The Oilers have a 25.2% power-play conversion rate, the NHL’s No. 4 percentage.
The Oilers have scored nine shorthanded goals.
The 77.5% penalty-kill percentage the Oilers have put totgether is the league’s 21st-ranked rate.
The Oilers win 51.4% of their faceoffs. That’s the eighth-best rate in the NHL.
The 10.3% shooting percentage the Oilers have compiled ranks 10th in the league.
The Oilers have not had a shutout victory yet this season.
Avalanche and Oilers Injury Report
Avalanche: Nazem Kadri: Out (Upper-body), Gabriel Landeskog: Out (Knee), Ryan Murray: Out (Hand/Wrist)
Oilers: Kris Russell: Out (COVID-19 Protocols), Oscar Klefbom: Out (Shoulder)
Betting Tips for Avalanche vs. Oilers
We have the Oilers 117 on the moneyline as our best bet in this contest after taking a look at all of the key stats and trends for this matchup. Our computer projects the total score will finish over the total of 6.5 goals, with the Oilers (+1.5) covering the spread.
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