Vancouver Canucks vs. Arizona Coyotes NHL Betting Tips and Predictions
Canucks vs. Coyotes Betting Picks & Predictions
The Vancouver Canucks and Arizona Coyotes — the former coming off a win, the latter a loss — will meet on Thursday at 10:00 PM ET, at Gila River Arena in Glendale. The oddsmakers have made the Canucks big favorites at -199 on the moneyline, despite being away from home, and the Coyotes are at +166. Find more below on the Canucks vs. Coyotes betting line, injury report, head-to-head stats, best bets and more.
Canucks vs. Coyotes Betting Line
Canucks vs Coyotes Betting Information
Canucks vs. Coyotes Game Info
- Game Day: Thursday, April 7, 2022
- Game Time: 10:00 PM ET
- Location: Glendale, Arizona
- Arena: Gila River Arena
Computer Predictions for Canucks vs. Coyotes
Computer picks for Canucks vs Coyotes
Canucks 4 Coyotes 3
Canucks vs. Coyotes Betting Trends
Vancouver has gone 12-11 as the oddsmakers’ favorite this season.
In four games with moneyline odds shorter than -199, the Canucks have two wins.
There is a 66.6% chance that Vancouver wins this contest, per the moneyline.
Vancouver Canucks Leaders
J.T. Miller is one of Vancouver’s leading contributors with 82 points. He has 29 goals and 53 assists this season.
Quinn Hughes is contributing with 53 points (five goals, 48 assists).
Elias Pettersson’s season total of 49 points has come from 22 goals and 27 assists.
Thatcher Demko (28-20-6) has a 2.7 goals against average and a .916 save percentage (14th in the league).
Vancouver Canucks Season Stats
The Canucks’ 2.8 average goals per game add up to 195 total, which makes them the 22nd-ranked scoring team in the league.
The Canucks have allowed the ninth-fewest goals in NHL play this season, 199 (2.8 per game).
The team is ranked 19th in goal differential at -4.
The 46 power-play goals the Canucks have scored this season (on 212 power-play chances) rank 12th in the NHL.
The Canucks’ 21.7% power-play conversion rate this season ranks 15th in the NHL.
The Canucks have scored a total of four shorthanded goals this season.
The Canucks rank 32nd in the NHL in penalty-kill success rate at 72.8%.
The Canucks win the seventh-highest percentage of faceoffs in the NHL at 51.6%.
The Canucks convert 8.7% of their shots, ranking 28th in the NHL.
The Canucks’ players are looking for their first shutout win this season. As a team, they are averaging 23 hits and 14.6 blocked shots per game.
Coyotes vs. Canucks Betting Trends
The Coyotes have been the underdog 68 times this season, and upset their opponent in 21, or 30.9%, of those games.
Arizona has 49 games this season playing as the underdog by +166 or longer, and is 14-35 in those contests.
The moneyline set for this matchup implies a 37.6% chance for the Coyotes to win.
Arizona Coyotes Leaders
Clayton Keller’s 28 goals and 35 assists in 67 games give him 63 points on the season, making him a key part of his team’s offense.
Arizona’s Nick Schmaltz has racked up 49 total points (1.0 per game), with 21 goals and 28 assists.
Arizona’s Shayne Gostisbehere has 43 points, courtesy of 11 goals (fifth on team) and 32 assists (third).
Karel Vejmelka’s record stands at 12-27-2 on the season, giving up 133 goals (3.4 goals against average) and collecting 1264 saves with a .905 save percentage (31st in the league).
Arizona Coyotes Season Stats
The Coyotes’ 176 total goals (2.5 per game) rank 32nd in the league.
The Coyotes’ 250 total goals given up (3.6 per game) rank 28th in the NHL.
Their -74 goal differential ranks 31st in the league.
The Coyotes have recorded 24 power-play goals this season, which ranks 32nd in the NHL (on 173 power-play chances).
The Coyotes have the league’s 30th-ranked power-play conversion rate of 13.9%.
The Coyotes have scored two shorthanded goals this season (29th in the league).
The 73.7% of opponent power plays the Coyotes kill is the 30th-ranked penalty-kill percentage in the league.
The Coyotes have the league’s 25th-ranked faceoff win rate (47.8%).
The 9.8% shooting percentage the Coyotes have amassed ranks 12th in the league.
The Coyotes have not had a shutout win yet this season.
Canucks and Coyotes Injury Report
Canucks: Quinn Hughes: Day To Day (Illness), Brock Boeser: Day To Day (Arm), Brandon Sutter: Out (Undisclosed), Matthew Highmore: Out (Upper Body), Nils Hoglander: Out (Groin)
Coyotes: Conor Timmins: Out For Season (Lower Body), Lawson Crouse: Out (Hand), Clayton Keller: Out For Season (Lower-body), Antoine Roussel: Out (Lower Body), Christian Fischer: Out (Lower-body), Dmitrij Jaskin: Out (Undisclosed), Bryan Little: Out (Head), Janis Moser: Out (Upper-body), Andrew Ladd: Day To Day (Lower Body)
We have the Canucks predicted as the best bet on the moneyline in this contest, and our pick against the spread is the Coyotes (+1.5). Our computer model has the scoring going under the total of 6 goals once the game has been played.
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