Betting on today’s Canucks and Coyotes game? Catch the action at Mullett Arena in Tempe, AZ, as the Coyotes hosts this showdown at 10:00 ET on ESPN+. In this Western matchup, the Canucks are favored by -1.5 goals against the Coyotes. The over/under for the game is 6 goals.


The Pick: Arizona Coyotes +1.5

This game will be played at Mullett Arena at 10:00 ET on Wednesday, April 3rd.


  • Even though they are considered 1.5-goal underdogs, our projection points to a 4-3 win for the Coyotes.
  • We like the Coyotes on the moneyline (+132)
  • The Coyotes are also our pick on the spread at +1.5

Will the Canucks Defense Show Up on the Road?

With a record of 46-21-8, the Canucks are currently 2nd in the Western Conference and 1st in the Pacific Division. Over their last ten games, Vancouver is 5-5 and has gone 2-3 in their last five contests. On the road this season, the Canucks have gone 21-12-4.

As the favorite, Vancouver has gone 32-13-5 this season and has been favored in 50 of their 75 games. Against Western Conference opponents, the Canucks have gone 25-18 this season.

On the season, the Canucks have gone 39-36 against the puck line, including a road mark of 19-18. Overall, Vancouver has 29 wins by multiple goals compared to 17 by just one goal.

Coming into the game, the Canucks have dropped their last four games vs. the puck line and are just 3-7 over their last ten games. In their last ten road games, Vancouver has gone just 2-8 vs. the puck line.

Games involving Vancouver have an average of 6.1 goals per game this season. Their average over/under line is 6.3. In terms of their over/under performance, the Canucks come in with a record of 37-34-4.

Through their last three road games, Vancouver has an puck line record of just 1-2. However, their overall record was 2-1 while averaging 2 goals per game.

In terms of their offensive performance, the Canucks are averaging 3.4 goals per game this season, putting them in the 5th spot in the NHL. When it comes to shots on goal per game, they are ranked 26th in the league. The Canucks went 25-8 in games where they had more shots than their opponents. However, in games with fewer shots on goal, their record was 20-12.

The leading scorer for Vancouver’s offense is Brock Boeser. Coming into the game he has 38 goals, ranking 15th in the NHL. Boeser also comes into the game with 32 assists.

The Coyotes defense is currently 10th in goals allowed. Opponents are averaging 31.6 shots per game against Arizona. In terms of shutouts, they come into the game ranked 4th with 7 shutouts.

Heading into this matchup vs. Arizona, goalie Arturs Silovs has started one games in this season. His current record is 1-0, and his save percentage stands at 0.179%.

Will the Coyotes Win at Home?

At home this season, the Coyotes have gone 20-18-0 and are 12-4-1 as the underdog. In the Western Conference standings, the Coyotes are 13th and have a record of 31-38-5. Against other teams in the Western Conference, Arizona has gone 16-26 this season.

Over their last ten games, the Coyotes have gone 5-5, and they come into tonight’s game having won two straight games as the favorite. For the season, Arizona has been the underdog in 57 of their 74 games and have gone 19-34-4 in those games.

Arizona enters the game with a puck line record of 36-38, including a mark of 17-21 at home. So far, they have 19 road losses by more than one goal compared to 30 as the underdog.

Overall, the Coyotes have 19 wins by multiple goals, and they have gone 2-1 against the puck line in their last three games. In their last ten home games, the team is 4-6 vs. the puck line.

On average, Arizona’s games have finished with 6.4 goals per game. The season’s average over/under line stands at 6.2. In total, the Coyotes come in with an over/under record of 40-30-4.

When looking at their past three road matchups, Vancouver has an puck line record of 1-2 while averaging 2 per game. The team went 2-1 overall in these games.

When looking at their offense, the Coyotes have an average of 3 goals per game this season, positioning themselves 22nd in the NHL. In terms of shots on goal per game, they are ranked 28th in the league. This year, the Coyotes have recorded a 12-8 record in games where they outshoot their opponent. For games with fewer shots on goal, they have a 19-27 record.

Arizona will be looking for a good game from Clayton Keller who leads the team in scoring with 32 goals, ranking 24th in the NHL. In addition to his goal scoring, Keller has 36 assists this season.

Arizona defense takes on the Canucks ranked 10th in goals allowed. On average, opponents are averaging 31.6 shots per game against Arizona. They also are 4th in shutouts, with 7 shutouts.

Goalie Connor Ingram gets the start and has made 43 starts this season. His record at this point is 20-19, and his save percentage is 0.866%.