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Washington Capitals vs. Vancouver Canucks – NHL – Predictions, Betting Lines, Odds and Trends

Friday’s NHL matchup between the Washington Capitals (31-18-10) and the Vancouver Canucks (29-23-6) at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia is likely to be a competitive outing. The Capitals have -113 moneyline odds to win against the Canucks (-107) in the game, which starts at 10:00 PM ET.

Capitals vs. Canucks Predictions

Capitals vs. Canucks Betting Odds

Capitals vs Canucks Betting Information
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Capitals vs. Canucks Betting Trends

  • In the 40 times this season the Capitals have been a moneyline favorite, they have gone 22-18 in those games.
  • When it has played with moneyline odds of -113 or shorter, Washington is 22-18 (winning 55.0% of the time).
  • The implied moneyline probability for this game says the Capitals have a 53.1% chance to win.

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Capitals Team Leaders

  • Alex Ovechkin: 36 goals and 34 assists
  • Evgeny Kuznetsov: 16 goals and 38 assists
  • John Carlson: 10 goals and 37 assists
  • Vitek Vanecek: 13-7-5 record, .919 save percentage, 59 goals allowed

Canucks Team Leaders

  • J.T. Miller: 23 goals and 44 assists
  • Quinn Hughes: four goals and 41 assists
  • Elias Pettersson: 18 goals and 23 assists
  • Thatcher Demko: 26-16-2 record, .916 save percentage, 117 goals given up

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