Edmonton Oilers vs. Dallas Stars NHL Betting Tips and Predictions
The Edmonton Oilers (44-26-6) host the Dallas Stars (43-28-5) on Wednesday, April 20, with the Oilers coming off a win and the Stars a loss. The Stars are underdogs on the road, at +133, and the Oilers are -162. Find more below on the Oilers vs. Stars betting line, injury report, head-to-head stats, best bets and more.
Oilers vs. Stars Spread and Betting Line
Oilers vs Stars Betting Information
Oilers vs. Stars Game Info
- Game Day: Wednesday, April 20, 2022
- Game Time: 8:30 PM ET
- Location: Edmonton, Alberta
- Arena: Rogers Place
Computer Predictions for Oilers vs. Stars
Computer picks for Oilers vs Stars
Oilers 4 Stars 2
Oilers vs. Stars Betting Trends
Edmonton has won 36 of the 52 games it’s played as the moneyline favorite this season.
The Oilers have a record of 19-8 this season in games with their moneyline odds shorter than -162.
Looking at the moneyline odds, Edmonton has a 61.8% chance of winning this contest.
Edmonton Oilers Leaders
Connor McDavid is one of Edmonton’s top contributors with 110 points. He has 42 goals and 68 assists this season.
Leon Draisaitl is another leading option for Edmonton with 105 points (1.4 per game), scoring 54 goals and adding 51 assists.
Zach Hyman’s 50 points this season have come via 24 goals and 26 assists.
Mikko Koskinen (25-11-4) has a 3.1 goals against average and a .902 save percentage (38th in the league).
Edmonton Oilers Season Stats
The Oilers’ 260 goals this season make them the seventh-best scoring team in the league.
On defense, the Oilers have given up 234 goals (3.1 per game) to rank 18th in NHL action.
The team is ranked 12th in goal differential at +26.
The Oilers’ 56 power-play goals they’ve put up this season (on 220 power-play chances) are the fifth-most in the NHL.
The Oilers have the NHL’s fourth-best power-play conversion rate at 25.5%.
The Oilers have scored a total of 11 shorthanded goals this season.
The Oilers rank 20th in the NHL in penalty-kill success rate at 78.5%.
The Oilers’ players have posted the eighth-best faceoff win percentage in the league at 51.5%.
The Oilers shoot 10.1% as a team, ranked 11th-best in the league.
The Oilers average 22.7 hits and 12.1 blocked shots per game.
Stars vs. Oilers Betting Trends
The Stars have secured an upset victory in 14, or 48.3%, of the 29 games they have played while the underdog this season.
Dallas has a record of 4-4 in games when bookmakers list them +133 or longer on the moneyline.
The moneyline implies a 42.9% chance of victory for the Stars.
Dallas Stars Leaders
Joe Pavelski is a top offensive contributor for his squad with 74 points (1.0 per game). He has scored 27 goals and 47 assists in 76 games (playing 18:29 per game).
Jason Robertson’s 70 points this season, including 36 goals and 34 assists, make him one of the top offensive threats for Dallas.
Roope Hintz has 34 goals and 32 assists for Edmonton.
Jake Oettinger has a record of 27-14-1 in 44 games this season, conceding 105 goals (2.6 goals against average) with 1102 saves and a .913 save percentage, 15th in the league.
Dallas Stars Season Stats
The Stars have the league’s 21st-ranked scoring offense (217 total goals, 2.9 per game).
The Stars have conceded 3.0 goals per game, 225 total, which ranks 15th among league teams.
Their -8 goal differential ranks 19th in the league.
The Stars have put up 50 power-play goals this season (on 224 power-play chances). That’s the ninth-most in the NHL.
The Stars have a 22.3% power-play conversion rate, the league’s No. 11 percentage.
The Stars have scored seven shorthanded goals this season (10th among NHL teams).
The 79.3% penalty-kill percentage the Stars have put totgether is the league’s 18th-ranked rate.
The Stars win 54.5% of their faceoffs. That’s the second-best figure in the NHL.
The 9.4% shooting percentage the Stars have compiled ranks 19th in the league.
The Stars have not shut out an opponent this season. They average 22.4 hits and 14.4 blocked shots per game.
Oilers and Stars Injury Report
Oilers: Oscar Klefbom: Out (Shoulder)
Stars: Braden Holtby: Out (Lower Body), Vladislav Namestnikov: Out (Lower-body)
The Oilers on the moneyline (-162) is our best bet after looking at all of the key trends and stats for this matchup. Our computer predicts the total score will finish under the total of goals, with the .
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