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New York Islanders vs. Vancouver Canucks – NHL – Predictions, Betting Lines, Odds and Trends

Thursday’s NHL play includes the New York Islanders (20-22-8) hosting the Vancouver Canucks (26-23-6) at UBS Arena. The Canucks are underdogs (+116 on the moneyline) against the Islanders (-139) ahead of the outing, which starts at 7:30 PM ET.

Islanders vs. Canucks Predictions

Islanders vs. Canucks Betting Odds

Islanders vs Canucks Betting Information
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Islanders vs. Canucks Betting Trends

  • The Islanders have been victorious in 17 of their 28 games when they were listed as a moneyline favorite this season (60.7%).
  • New York is 10-6 (victorious in 62.5% of its games) when it has played with moneyline odds of -139 or shorter.
  • The Islanders have a 58.2% chance (based on the moneyline’s implied probability) to win this game.

Islanders Team Leaders

  • Mathew Barzal: 12 goals and 25 assists
  • Brock Nelson: 19 goals and nine assists
  • Noah Dobson: nine goals and 17 assists
  • Ilya Sorokin: 17-12-7 record, .922 save percentage, 86 goals allowed

Canucks Team Leaders

  • J.T. Miller: 20 goals and 40 assists
  • Quinn Hughes: four goals and 37 assists
  • Elias Pettersson: 17 goals and 21 assists
  • Thatcher Demko: 23-16-2 record, .918 save percentage, 107 goals given up

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