Flames vs. Predators Prediction, Betting Tips & Picks 4/26/2022
The Calgary Flames (49-20-10) visit the Nashville Predators (44-29-6) on Tuesday, April 26, with the Flames coming off a victory in their last game and the Predators a defeat. The bookmakers have made the Flames solid favorites at -137 on the moneyline, despite being the visitors, and the Predators are at +114. Find more below on the Flames vs. Predators betting line, injury report, head-to-head stats, best bets and more.
Flames vs. Predators Spread and Betting Line
Flames vs Predators Betting Information
Flames vs. Predators Game Info
- Game Day: Tuesday, April 26, 2022
- Game Time: 8:00 PM ET
- Location: Nashville, Tennessee
- Arena: Bridgestone Arena
Computer Predictions for Flames vs. Predators
Computer picks for Flames vs Predators
Flames 4 Predators 3
Flames vs. Predators Betting Trends
Calgary has been victorious in 41 of the 63 games it’s played as the moneyline favorite this season.
Through 49 games with moneyline odds lower than -137 this season, the Flames have been victorious 33 times.
The moneyline odds say Calgary has a 57.8% chance of winning this game.
Calgary Flames Leaders
A top contributor this season for Calgary, Johnny Gaudreau has scored 111 points in 79 games (39 goals and 72 assists).
Through 79 games, Matthew Tkachuk has 40 goals and 61 assists.
Elias Lindholm’s season total of 80 points has come from 40 goals and 40 assists.
In 62 games, Jacob Markstrom has a record of 37-15-8. He has conceded 134 goals (2.21 goals against average) and has recorded 1595 saves.
Calgary Flames Season Stats
The Flames score the sixth-most goals in the NHL, averaging 3.6 per game for a total of 283 this season.
On defense, the Flames are one of the best units in league play, allowing only 196 goals to rank third.
The team has the league’s second-best goal differential at +87 this season.
The Flames’ 53 power-play goals this season are 10th-best in the NHL (on 226 power-play chances).
The Flames’ 23.5% power-play conversion rate ranks ninth-best in the NHL this season.
The Flames’ offense has recorded seven shorthanded goals this season (11th among all teams).
The Flames’ 84% penalty-kill success rate is currently fifth-best in the NHL.
The Flames win the ninth-highest percentage of faceoffs in the NHL at 51.3%.
The Flames shoot 10.1% as a team, ranked 12th-best in the league.
The Flames’ players are looking for their first shutout win this season. As a team, they are averaging 22.3 hits and 11.6 blocked shots per game.
Predators vs. Flames Betting Trends
The Predators have been the underdog 36 times this season, and upset their opponent in 18, or 50.0%, of those games.
Nashville is 10-9 when sportsbooks have made them underdogs of +114 or longer on the moneyline.
The moneyline for this matchup implies a 46.7% chance for the Predators to win.
Nashville Predators Leaders
Roman Josi has recorded 21 goals (0.3 per game) and put up 70 assists (0.9 per game), That makes him among the leaders for Nashville with 91 total points (1.2 per game).
Matt Duchene is a top contributor for Nashville, with 81 total points this season. He has scored 41 goals and provided 40 assists in 75 games.
Filip Forsberg has 40 goals and 40 assists for Calgary.
Juuse Saros has a record of 38-25-3 in 66 games this season, conceding 170 goals (2.6 goals against average) with 1904 saves and a .918 save percentage, eighth-best in the league.
Nashville Predators Season Stats
The Predators have scored 250 goals this season (3.2 per game) to rank 12th in the league.
The Predators’ 236 total goals conceded (3.0 per game) rank 15th in the NHL.
Their 15th-ranked goal differential is +14.
The Predators have recorded 60 power-play goals this season (on 245 power-play chances). That’s the fifth-most in the NHL.
The Predators have a 24.5% power-play conversion rate, the NHL’s No. 6 percentage.
The Predators have scored two shorthanded goals this season (29th in the NHL).
The 78.9% penalty-kill percentage the Predators have registered is the league’s 20th-ranked rate.
The Predators win 51.1% of their faceoffs. That’s the 11th-ranked rate in the NHL.
The 10.7% shooting percentage the Predators have compiled ranks seventh in the league.
The Predators have not had a shutout win yet this season.
Flames and Predators Injury Report
Flames: Sean Monahan: Out For Season (Hip), Tyler Parsons: Out For Season (Undisclosed)
Predators: Jeremy Lauzon: Out (Undisclosed)
Betting Tips for Flames vs. Predators
The Flames on the moneyline (-137) is our best bet after looking at all of the key trends and stats for this matchup. Our computer predicts the total score will be under the total of goals, with the .
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