Wednesday’s NHL offering features a contest between the favored Edmonton Oilers (0-0-0, -191 on the moneyline to win at home) and the Vancouver Canucks (0-0-0, +158 moneyline odds) at 10:00 PM ET on ESPN+ and SportsNet.
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Oilers vs. Canucks Betting Trends
- The Oilers were victorious in 67.2% of their games when they were the moneyline favorite last season (45-22).
- Last season, Edmonton was 20-8 (victorious in 71.4% of its games) when it played with moneyline odds of -191 or shorter.
- The Oilers’ implied moneyline win probability is 65.6% in this game.
- The Oilers scored the seventh-most goals in the NHL last season (285 total, 3.5 per game).
- Defensively, the Oilers gave up 251 total goals (3.1 per game) to rank 18th in league action.
- Last season the Canucks had 24 wins in the 54 games in which they were an underdog.
- Vancouver had a record of 3-11 in games when sportsbooks listed them as +158 or longer on the moneyline last season.
- The Canucks have a 38.8% chance to win this game (implied from the moneyline).
- The Canucks’ 246 goals last season (3.0 per game) ranked them 18th in the league.
- The Canucks had one of the top defenses in the league, allowing 231 total goals (2.8 per game), seventh in the league.
Oilers vs. Canucks Over/Under Trends
- Edmonton and its opponent hit the over on this game’s total (6.5 goals) 52 times last season.
- For Vancouver last season, 32 games finished with more goals than Wednesday’s total of 6.5.
- These two teams combined for 6.5 goals per game last season, 0.02 less than the total set for this contest.
- The 5.9 goals per game these two teams allowed are 0.6 less than the over/under set for this contest.
Oilers Team Leaders 2021-22
- Connor McDavid was a major player for Edmonton last season, with 123 points in 80 games.
- Leon Draisaitl was another leading option for Edmonton with 110 points (1.4 per game), scoring 55 goals and adding 55 assists.
- Zach Hyman scored 27 goals and added 27 assists in 76 games for Edmonton.
- Jack Campbell had a record of 31-9-6. He allowed 123 goals (2.64 goals against average) and racked up 1307 saves.
Canucks Team Leaders 2021-22
- J.T. Miller collected 32 goals and 67 assists in 80 games for Vancouver last season, resulting in 99 points.
- Quinn Hughes helped lead the attack for Vancouver last season with eight goals and 60 assists.
- Vancouver’s Elias Pettersson was among the leaders on the team with 68 total points (32 goals and 36 assists).
- Thatcher Demko was 33-22-7 last season, giving up 168 goals (2.7 goals against average) with a .915 save percentage (13th in the league).
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