Panthers vs. Maple Leafs Prediction, Betting Tips & Picks 4/23/2022
The Florida Panthers (56-15-6) will host the Toronto Maple Leafs (51-21-6) on Saturday at 7:00 PM ET, in a game featuring two of the best clubs in the Eastern Conference. The Maple Leafs are underdogs away from home, at +145, and the Panthers are -176. Find more below on the Panthers vs. Maple Leafs betting line, injury report, head-to-head stats, best bets and more.
Panthers vs. Maple Leafs Spread and Betting Line
Panthers vs Maple Leafs Betting Information
Panthers vs. Maple Leafs Game Info
- Game Day: Saturday, April 23, 2022
- Game Time: 7:00 PM ET
- Location: Sunrise, Florida
- Arena: BB&T Center
Computer Predictions for Panthers vs. Maple Leafs
Computer picks for Panthers vs Maple Leafs
Panthers 4 Maple Leafs 3
Panthers vs. Maple Leafs Betting Trends
In 69 games as the moneyline favorite this season, Florida has won 53 of those games.
In 44 games with moneyline odds lower than -176 this season, the Panthers have won 36 times.
There is a 63.8% chance that Florida wins this game, per the moneyline.
Florida Panthers Leaders
Jonathan Huberdeau has been a major player for Florida this season, with 113 points in 77 games.
Aleksander Barkov Jr. is another leading option for Florida with 86 points (1.3 per game), scoring 38 goals and adding 48 assists.
Sam Reinhart has scored 29 goals and added 50 assists through 74 games for Florida.
Sergei Bobrovsky (38-6-3) has a goals against average of 2.6 on the season, and 1347 saves. His .913 save percentage ranks 14th in the league.
Florida Panthers Season Stats
The Panthers average 4.2 goals per game, for a total of 322, which leads the NHL.
The Panthers are ranked ninth in league action for the fewest goals against this season, having allowed 218 total goals (2.8 per game).
They have a league-leading goal differential of +104 this season.
The Panthers’ 60 power-play goals this season are third-best in the NHL (on 248 power-play chances).
The Panthers’ offense ranks sixth the league with a 24.2% power-play conversion rate.
The Panthers’ 12 shorthanded goals this season rank second.
The Panthers kill 79.8% of their opponent’s power plays, the 15th-ranked penalty-kill percentage in the NHL.
The Panthers’ players win 48.4% of their faceoffs to rank 21st in the NHL.
The Panthers shoot 11.1% as a team, ranked third-best in the league.
The Panthers have yet to shut out an opponent this season, averaging 25.1 hits and 12.1 blocked shots per game.
Maple Leafs vs. Panthers Betting Trends
The Maple Leafs have been the underdog eight times this season, and upset their opponent in three of those games.
Toronto has not had a game with longer moneyline odds than +145.
The win probability for the Maple Leafs, implied from the moneyline, is 40.8%.
Toronto Maple Leafs Leaders
Auston Matthews is a key offensive option for Toronto, with 102 points this season. He has put up 58 goals and 44 assists in 70 games.
Toronto’s Mitchell Marner has racked up 95 total points (1.4 per game), with 34 goals and 61 assists.
Toronto’s William Nylander has 76 points, courtesy of 32 goals (third on team) and 44 assists (fourth).
Jack Campbell has a record of 30-9-5 in 47 games this season, conceding 120 goals (2.7 goals against average) with 1255 saves and a .913 save percentage, 14th in the league.
Toronto Maple Leafs Season Stats
The Maple Leafs’ 299 total goals (3.8 per game) are the second-most in the NHL.
The Maple Leafs have allowed 3.1 goals per game, 244 total, which ranks 20th among NHL teams.
Their +55 goal differential is sixth-best in the league.
The Maple Leafs have scored 61 power-play goals this season (on 222 power-play chances). That’s the second-most in the NHL.
The Maple Leafs have a 27.5% power-play conversion rate, the NHL’s best percentage.
The Maple Leafs have scored 13 shorthanded goals this season (first among NHL squads).
The Maple Leafs’ ninth-best penalty kill rate is 81.9%.
The Maple Leafs have the league’s top faceoff win percentage (55.1%).
The 11% shooting percentage the Maple Leafs have amassed ranks fourth in the league.
The Maple Leafs have yet to shut out an opponent this season.
Panthers and Maple Leafs Injury Report
Panthers: Aaron Ekblad: Out (Lower-body), Markus Nutivaara: Out (Undisclosed), Carter Verhaeghe: Day To Day (Maintenance), Jonas Johansson: Out (COVID-19)
Maple Leafs: Ondrej Kase: Out (Concussion), Auston Matthews: Day To Day (Undisclosed), Rasmus Sandin: Out (Undisclosed), Petr Mrazek: Out (Groin), Jake Muzzin: Day To Day (Undisclosed)
Betting Tips for Panthers vs. Maple Leafs
After taking a look at all of the key trends and stats for this matchup, our best bet is Panthers on the moneyline at -176 and . Our computer picks see the scoring going under the total of goals.
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