Lightning vs. Rangers Prediction, Betting Tips & Picks – Stanley Cup Semifinals Game 4
The Tampa Bay Lightning and New York Rangers play in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Semifinals at Amalie Arena on Tuesday, June 7, starting at 8:00 PM ET. The Rangers lead the series 2-1. Lightning (-172) versus Rangers (+147) has a definite favorite, according to the moneyline odds. Find more below on the Lightning vs. Rangers betting line, injury report, head-to-head stats, best bets and more.
Lightning vs. Rangers Spread and Betting Line
Lightning vs Rangers Betting Information
Lightning vs. Rangers Game Info
- Game Day: Tuesday, June 7, 2022
- Game Time: 8:00 PM ET
- Location: Tampa, Florida
- Arena: Amalie Arena
Computer Predictions for Lightning vs. Rangers
Computer picks for Lightning vs Rangers
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Lightning vs. Rangers Betting Trends
Tampa Bay has gone 52-28 as the oddsmakers’ choice this season.
In 45 games with shorter than -172 moneyline odds this season, the Lightning have won 32.
The moneyline odds imply that Tampa Bay has a 63.2% chance of winning this contest.
Tampa Bay Lightning Leaders
Steven Stamkos is currently one of Tampa Bay’s top contributors (106 total points), having collected 42 goals and 64 assists.
Victor Hedman is another leading option for Tampa Bay with 86 points (1.0 per game), scoring 20 goals and adding 66 assists.
Nikita Kucherov’s season total of 69 points has come from 25 goals and 44 assists.
Andrei Vasilevskiy (39-18-5) has a goals against average of 2.5 on the season, and 1712 saves. His .916 save percentage ranks 12th in the league.
Tampa Bay Lightning Season Stats
The Lightning’s 285 goals this season make them the seventh-best scoring team in the NHL.
The Lightning are ranked sixth in league play for the fewest goals against this season, having allowed 228 total goals (2.8 per game).
The team has the league’s seventh-best goal differential at +57 this season.
The 63 power-play goals the Lightning have scored this season have come on 260 power-play chances, ranking them fourth-best in the NHL.
The Lightning’s 24.2% power-play conversion rate is seventh-best in the NHL this season.
The Lightning’s offense has capitalized with seven shorthanded goals this season (12th among all squads).
The Lightning defeat 81.4% of opponent power plays, currently the ninth-best penalty-kill percentage in the NHL.
With a 50.1% faceoff win rate, the Lightning have the 15th-ranked rate in the NHL.
The Lightning convert 11.3% of their shots, ranking third in the league.
The Lightning’s players are still looking for their first shutout win this season. As a team, they are averaging 25.9 hits and 12.7 blocked shots per game.
Rangers vs. Lightning Betting Trends
The Rangers have been an underdog in 46 games this season, with 23 upset wins (50.0%).
New York has a record of 4-9 in games when sportsbooks list them +147 or longer on the moneyline.
The moneyline implies a 40.5% chance of victory for the Rangers.
New York Rangers Leaders
Artemi Panarin is a top offensive contributor for his squad with 96 points (1.3 per game). He has scored 22 goals and 74 assists in 75 games (playing 19:13 per game).
New York’s Mika Zibanejad has racked up 82 total points (1.0 per game), with 30 goals and 52 assists.
Chris Kreider has scored 52 goals and contributed 25 assists for New York, giving him a point total of 77.
Igor Shesterkin has a record of 36-13-4 in 53 games this season, conceding 106 goals (2.1 goals against average) with 1516 saves and a .935 save percentage, first in the league.
New York Rangers Season Stats
The Rangers have the NHL’s 15th-ranked scoring offense (250 total goals, 3.0 per game).
The Rangers’ 204 total goals given up (just 2.5 per game) are the second-fewest in the league.
Their 10th-best goal differential is +46.
The Rangers have scored 55 power-play goals this season, which are ninth-best in the NHL (on 218 power-play chances).
The Rangers have the league’s fourth-best power-play conversion rate of 25.2%.
The Rangers have scored eight shorthanded goals this season (ninth among NHL teams).
The 82.3% of opponent power plays the Rangers kill is the seventh-best penalty-kill percentage in the league.
The Rangers have the NHL’s 24th-ranked faceoff win rate (48%).
The 10.5% shooting percentage the Rangers have compiled ranks eighth in the league.
The Rangers have not shut out an opponent this season. They average 25.5 hits and 14.2 blocked shots per game.
Lightning and Rangers Injury Report
Lightning: Brayden Point: Out (Leg)
Rangers: Barclay Goodrow: Out (Lower Body), Sammy Blais: Out For Season (Lower body)
Betting Tips for Lightning vs. Rangers
The Lightning on the moneyline (-172) is our best bet after taking a look at all of the key trends and statistics for this matchup. Our computer predicts the scoring will go over the total of 5.5 goals, with the Rangers (+1.5) covering the spread.
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