Vancouver Canucks vs. Ottawa Senators NHL Betting Tips and Predictions
The Vancouver Canucks (37-28-10) host the Ottawa Senators (28-40-7) on Tuesday, April 19, with the Canucks coming off a victory in their last game and the Senators a loss. Canucks (-247) versus Senators (+201) appears lopsided, according to the moneyline odds. Find more below on the Canucks vs. Senators betting line, injury report, head-to-head stats, best bets and more.
Canucks vs. Senators Spread and Betting Line
Canucks vs Senators Betting Information
Canucks vs. Senators Game Info
- Game Day: Tuesday, April 19, 2022
- Game Time: 10:00 PM ET
- Location: Vancouver, British Columbia
- Arena: Rogers Arena
Computer Predictions for Canucks vs. Senators
Computer picks for Canucks vs Senators
Canucks 4 Senators 2
Canucks vs. Senators Betting Trends
Vancouver has gone 15-11 as the favorite this season.
The Canucks have won every game they’ve played this season with moneyline odds shorter than -247.
Vancouver has a 71.2% chance of winning this game, per the moneyline odds.
Vancouver Canucks Leaders
J.T. Miller is currently one of Vancouver’s top contributors (91 total points), having put up 29 goals and 62 assists.
Elias Pettersson has 60 points (0.8 per game), scoring 27 goals and adding 33 assists.
Quinn Hughes’ 58 points this season have come via six goals and 52 assists.
Thatcher Demko (32-20-6) has a 2.6 goals against average and a .918 save percentage (ninth-best in the league).
Vancouver Canucks Season Stats
The Canucks’ 3.0 average goals per game add up to 221 total, which makes them the 19th-ranked scoring team in the league.
On defense, the Canucks have been one of the best units in league competition, allowing 208 goals to rank eighth.
They’re ranked 16th in the league with a +13 goal differential .
The Canucks’ 55 power-play goals this season are sixth-best in the NHL (on 231 power-play chances).
The Canucks’ offense ranks sixth the league with a 23.8% power-play conversion rate.
The Canucks have scored a total of five shorthanded goals this season.
The Canucks have the league’s 31st-ranked penalty-kill percentage at 73.9%.
The Canucks’ players win 51.8% of their faceoffs to rank seventh in the NHL.
The Canucks shoot 9.2% as a team, ranked 24th-best in the league.
The Canucks average 23.6 hits and 14.5 blocked shots per game.
Senators vs. Canucks Betting Trends
The Senators have been the underdog 64 times this season, and upset their opponent in 22, or 34.4%, of those games.
Ottawa is 6-12 when sportsbooks have listed them as underdogs of +201 or longer on the moneyline.
Sportsbooks have implied, based on the moneyline in this matchup, that the Senators have a 33.2% chance to win.
Ottawa Senators Leaders
Ottawa’s Brady Tkachuk has collected 33 assists and 27 goals in 73 games, good for 60 points.
Tim Stuetzle is key for Ottawa’s offense with 52 total points (0.7 per game), including 20 goals and 32 assists through 73 games.
Joshua Norris has 33 goals and 18 assists, for a season point total of 51.
Anton Forsberg has a .917 save percentage (10th-best in the league), with 1198 total saves, while allowing 108 goals (2.8 goals against average). He has put together a 19-16-4 record between the posts for Ottawa this season.
Ottawa Senators Season Stats
The Senators have the league’s 26th-ranked scoring offense (203 total goals, 2.7 per game).
The Senators have allowed 3.2 goals per game, 242 total, which ranks 22nd among NHL teams.
They have a -39 goal differential, which ranks 22nd in the league.
The Senators have scored 45 power-play goals this season, which ranks 18th in the NHL (on 223 power-play chances).
The Senators have a 20.2% power-play conversion rate, the NHL’s No. 19 percentage.
The Senators have scored seven shorthanded goals this season (10th among NHL teams).
The Senators’ 13th-ranked penalty kill rate is 80.5%.
The Senators have the 24th-ranked faceoff win percentage in the NHL (48%).
The Senators’ collective 8.9% shooting percentage ranks 26th in the league.
The Senators have not yet shut out an opponent this season.
Canucks and Senators Injury Report
Canucks: Brandon Sutter: Out (Undisclosed), Bo Horvat: Out (Lower Body), Nils Hoglander: Out (Groin), Tanner Pearson: Out (Upper Body)
Senators: Matt Murray: Out (Neck), Shane Pinto: Out (Shoulder), Mathieu Joseph: Out (Undisclosed), Thomas Chabot: Out For Season (Hand), Colin White: Out (COVID-19 Protocol)
Betting Tips for Canucks vs. Senators
We have the Canucks -247 on the moneyline as our best bet in this contest after taking a look at all of the key stats and trends for this matchup. Our computer predicts the total score will be under the total of 6.5 goals, with the Canucks (-1.5) covering the spread.
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