NHL Betting Trends of the Day 10/22/2019

Date | AuthorAdmir Aljic

Last Updated: 2019-10-22

NHL – TRENDS OF THE DAY

It’s a loaded Tuesday in the National Hockey League with ten games on the schedule. Some of tonight’s matchups will be very interesting to the bettors including the clash between the San Jose Sharks and red-hot Buffalo Sabres. The Arizona Coyotes will try to extend their winning streak to four games when they visit the New York Rangers, so let’s take a closer look at the hottest betting trends around the NHL.

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  • Featured game: San Jose Sharks vs. Buffalo Sabres

For the second time in just four days, the San Jose Sharks (3-5-0) will face off against the Buffalo Sabres (7-1-1). Buffalo outlasted San Jose 4-3 in California this past Saturday to put an end to the Sharks’ three-game winning streak. It was the Sabres’ 14th victory in their last 20 meetings with the Sharks. Buffalo is 17-3 in its previous 20 home encounters with San Jose.

The Sabres are off to a great start, winning all their four games at home this season. They are 4th in the league in goals per game (3.67) and 6th in goals against (2.33), while the Sabres’ power-play percentage is the 4th-best in the NHL (31.4). Buffalo is 8-5 in its last 13 home matchups with the Western Conference and 5-1 in its previous six home encounters with the Pacific Division. Also, the Sabres are 5-1 in their last six outings in October at home as favorites.

On the other side, the Sharks lost five of their last six games on the road. They are 4-10 in the last 14 road contests against the Eastern Conference and 2-9 in the previous 11 road matchups with the Atlantic Division. The Sharks are 21st in the league in goals per game (2.63) and tied-23rd in goals against (3.50), while their penalty-killing percentage is the best in the NHL (92.9).

  • Arizona Coyotes vs. New York Rangers

The Coyotes (4-2-1) are riding a three-game winning streak on the back of their stout defense. Arizona is 2nd in the league in goals against (1.86), while the Coyotes’ goalies have the best save percentage in the NHL (.942). On the other side, the Rangers (2-4-0) are on a four-game losing streak, allowing 17 goals in that span. Their goalies are 13th in the league with a .900 save percentage, but the Rangers are allowing 36.8 shots per game which are the most in the NHL.

Arizona won both duels with the Rangers last season. However, the Rangers are 12-3 in their previous 15 meetings with the Coyotes and 9-1 in the last ten encounters in New York. Likewise, the Coyotes won only two of their last nine games on the road while losing five straight outings on the east coast. Still, the Rangers are only 3-9 in their last 12 home games and 4-4 in their previous eight home encounters with the Western Conference.

  • Anaheim Ducks vs. Nashville Predators

The Ducks (6-3-0) are coming off a 2-1 defeat to the Calgary Flames, suffering their first home loss of the season. Their defense is still the best in the league, allowing only 1.78 goals per game, while the Ducks are 22nd in the NHL in goals scored per game (2.56). Now, they start a four-game road trip, visiting the Nashville Predators (4-3-1) who lost three of their last four games overall. The Predators are 2nd in the league in goals per game (4.00), but they are surrendering 3.75 goals in a return which are the 3rd-most in hockey.

While the under is 6-3 in Anaheim’s nine games this season, the over is 7-1 in Nashville’s eight outings. The Predators are 6-2 in their last eight meetings with the Ducks and 7-1 in the previous eight encounters in Nashville. The Ducks are 4-9 in their last 13 road matchups with the Central Division and 2-5 in their last seven road contests played in October. The Predators are 9-1 in their last ten home meetings with the Pacific Division and 7-4 in their previous 11 home games played in October.

  • Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Florida Panthers

The Penguins (6-3-0) put an end to their five-game winning streak, losing to the Vegas Golden Knights 3-0 this past Saturday. Now, they visit the Panthers (3-2-3) to start a three-game road trip. This is the first meeting of the season between Pittsburgh and Florida, and the Penguins are 10-3 in their previous 13 encounters with the Panthers. Still, the Panthers are 7-6 in their last 13 home matchups with the Penguins.

Pittsburgh is 6-4 in its last ten outings on the road and 1-4 in its previous five road meetings with the Eastern Conference. Also, the Penguins are only 4-14 in their previous 18 road matchups with the Atlantic Division. The Panthers are 1-4 in their last five outings at home and 3-7 in their previous ten home encounters with the Eastern Conference, while the over is 8-2 in that ten-game stretch. Florida lost five of its last six home matchups with the Metropolitan Division, and the over is 5-1 in that stretch.

END OF OCTOBER 22nd NHL TRENDS

 

NHL – TRENDS OF THE DAY

The opening day of Week 4 will see only four games in the National Hockey League. The most interesting clash of the day is certainly the one at Enterprise Center in St. Louis where the reigning champions welcome the best team in the league at the moment, Colorado Avalanche. Hereof, let’s take a closer look at the hottest NHL betting trends of the day.

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  • Featured game: Colorado Avalanche vs. St. Louis Blues

The Central Division showdown from Enterprise Center will see the Colorado Avalanche (7-0-1) facing off the St. Louis Blues (3-2-3) for the first time this season. The Blues have dominated the Avalanche lately, winning 13 of their last 16 encounters and 15 of their previous 18 meetings at Enterprise Center. The under is 7-4 in the last 11 head-to-head matchups, and it is 8-3 in the previous 11 in St. Louis.

The Colorado Avalanche are off to the best start in franchise history, losing only at the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-2. The Avs are the most efficient team in the league with 4.38 goals per game, while they are 10th in the NHL in goals against (2.63). Colorado is allowing 36.5 shots per game which are the second-most in the league, and their goalies are 8th in the league with a .928 save percentage.

On the other side, the St. Louis Blues are riding a four-game losing streak following two straight defeats at home to Vancouver 4-3 and Montreal 5-2. St. Louis is 13th in the league in goals per game (3.00) and 24th in goals against (3.50), while the Blues’ goalies are 25th in the NHL with a .889 save percentage. Still, St. Louis’ penalty-killing percentage is the 7th-best in hockey (86.4).

The Blues are only 1-4 in their last five outings at home. They are 10-6 in the previous 16 home encounters with the Western Conference and 4-2 in the last six home matchups with the Central Division. The Avs are 6-8 in their last 14 outings on the road and 3-7 in their last ten road meetings with the Western Conference, while they are 5-5 in the previous ten road matchups with the Central Division.

  • Ottawa Senators vs. Dallas Stars

The interconference clash at American Airlines Center in Dallas will see the Ottawa Senators (1-5-1) taking on the Dallas Stars (2-7-1). The Senators are on a three-game losing streak following a 5-2 defeat at the Arizona Coyotes, while the Stars snapped their five-game losing streak with a 4-1 win at the Philadelphia Flyers. Dallas is the most inefficient team in the league with 2.10 goals per game, and Ottawa is 28th in the league in goals per game (2.29).

Interestingly, Ottawa has won five of its last six meetings with Dallas. However, the Stars are 7-4 in their last 11 home encounters with the Senators. The Stars are only 1-5 in their last six showings at home and 4-5 in their previous nine home matchups with the Eastern Conference. On the other side, the Senators are 4-16 in their last 20 showings on the road and 3-15 in their previous 18 road encounters with the Western Conference.

  • Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Toronto Maple Leafs

The Columbus Blue Jackets (3-3-2) lost two games in a row to the Chicago Blackhawks and New York Islanders with an identical 3-2 result. They are only 3-8 in their last 11 games overall, while the Blue Jackets have won nine of their previous 13 showings away from home. Columbus is 7-3 in its last ten road matchups with the Eastern Conference and 5-2 in the previous seven road encounters with the Atlantic Division.

On the other side, the Toronto Maple Leafs (5-3-1) are coming off a 4-3 overtime victory to the Boston Bruins, recording their third win in the last four outings. The Maple Leafs have dropped seven of their last 11 showings in front of the home fans and six of their previous nine home encounters with the Eastern Conference. On the other hand, the Maple Leafs are 11-5 in their last 16 home matchups with the Metropolitan Division.

END OF OCTOBER 21st NHL TRENDS                                    

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