Wild vs. Coyotes Prediction, Betting Tips & Picks 4/26/2022
The Minnesota Wild (51-21-7) will host the Arizona Coyotes (22-50-7) on Tuesday at 8:00 PM ET, in a game featuring two teams at opposite ends of the Western Conference. Wild (-500) versus Coyotes (+370) looks lopsided, according to the moneyline odds. Find more below on the Wild vs. Coyotes betting line, injury report, head-to-head stats, best bets and more.
Wild vs. Coyotes Spread and Betting Line
Wild vs Coyotes Betting Information
Wild vs. Coyotes Game Info
- Game Day: Tuesday, April 26, 2022
- Game Time: 8:00 PM ET
- Location: Saint Paul, Minnesota
- Arena: Xcel Energy Center
Computer Predictions for Wild vs. Coyotes
Computer picks for Wild vs Coyotes
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Wild vs. Coyotes Betting Trends
Minnesota has gone 41-16 as the oddsmakers’ favorite this season.
The Wild have not had moneyline odds lower than -500 in a game this season.
Minnesota has a 83.3% chance of winning this game, looking at the moneyline odds.
Minnesota Wild Leaders
Kirill Kaprizov is currently one of Minnesota’s leading contributors (103 total points), having registered 45 goals and 58 assists.
Kevin Fiala has 83 points (1.1 per game), scoring 33 goals and adding 50 assists.
Mats Zuccarello has scored 24 goals and added 55 assists through 70 games for Minnesota.
In 54 games, Marc-Andre Fleury has a record of 27-22-5. He has conceded 154 goals (2.92 goals against average) and has racked up 1525 saves.
Minnesota Wild Season Stats
The Wild offense’s 295 total goals (3.7 per game) are ranked fifth in the NHL this year.
The Wild are ranked 17th in league play in goals against this season, having given up 241 total goals (3.0 per game).
The team has the league’s seventh-best goal differential at +54 this season.
The 51 power-play goals the Wild have scored this season (on 245 power-play chances) rank 12th in the league.
The Wild’s offense has the NHL’s 15th-ranked power-play conversion rate (20.8%).
The Wild’s offense has capitalized with two shorthanded goals this season (29th among all teams).
The Wild have the league’s 24th-ranked penalty-kill percentage at 75.8%.
The Wild’s players win 47.4% of their faceoffs to rank 27th in the NHL.
The Wild shoot 11.4% as a team, ranked second-best in the league.
The Wild’s players are still looking for their first shutout win this season. As a team, they are averaging 22.6 hits and 13.6 blocked shots per game.
Coyotes vs. Wild Betting Trends
The Coyotes have been the underdog 77 times this season, and upset their opponent in 21, or 27.3%, of those games.
Arizona has a record of 1-2 in games when bookmakers list them +370 or longer on the moneyline.
The win probability for the Coyotes, implied from the moneyline, is 21.3%.
Arizona Coyotes Leaders
Clayton Keller has totaled 28 goals (0.4 per game) and dished out 35 assists (0.5 per game), averaging 2.6 shots per game and shooting 15.8%. That makes him among the leaders for Arizona with 63 total points (0.9 per game).
Nick Schmaltz is a key contributor for Arizona, with 55 total points this season. He has scored 23 goals and provided 32 assists in 60 games.
Phil Kessel has seven goals and 42 assists for Minnesota.
Karel Vejmelka has a 12-32-3 record this season, with a .900 save percentage (40th in the league). In 50 games, he has 1462 saves, and has allowed 163 goals (3.6 goals against average).
Arizona Coyotes Season Stats
The Coyotes’ 192 total goals (2.4 per game) rank 32nd in the NHL.
The Coyotes’ 299 total goals given up (3.8 per game) rank 30th in the league.
Their -107 goal differential ranks 32nd in the league.
The Coyotes have put up 26 power-play goals this season, which ranks 32nd in the NHL (on 192 power-play chances).
The Coyotes have a 13.5% power-play conversion rate, the NHL’s No. 30 percentage.
The Coyotes have scored two shorthanded goals.
The 74.5% of opponent power plays the Coyotes kill is the 29th-ranked penalty-kill percentage in the league.
The Coyotes win 47.3% of their faceoffs. That’s the 29th-ranked figure in the NHL.
The Coyotes are shooting 9.5% (14th in the league).
The Coyotes have not yet shut out an opponent this season.
Wild and Coyotes Injury Report
Wild: Jordan Greenway: Day To Day (Upper-body), Marcus Foligno: Out (COVID-19), Mats Zuccarello: Day To Day (Lower Body), Matt Dumba: Out (Upper Body)
Coyotes: Conor Timmins: Out For Season (Lower Body), Lawson Crouse: Out (Hand), Nick Ritchie: Day To Day (Upper Body), Clayton Keller: Out For Season (Lower-body), Christian Fischer: Out (Lower-body), Andrew Ladd: Day To Day (Lower Body), Dmitrij Jaskin: Out (Undisclosed), Jakob Chychrun: Out (Ankle), Dysin Mayo: Out (Upper Body), Jay Beagle: Day To Day (Lower Body), Bryan Little: Out (Head)
After looking at all of the key trends and stats for this matchup, our best bet is Wild on the moneyline at -500 and . Our computer picks see the scoring going under the total of goals.
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