The Toronto Maple Leafs (0-0-0) have -256 moneyline odds to win when they visit the Montreal Canadiens (0-0-0), who have +205 odds, on Wednesday, October 12 at 7:00 PM ET on ESPN+, SportsNet, and TVAS.
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Maple Leafs vs. Canadiens Betting Trends
- The Maple Leafs registered a 52-24 mark a season ago as the moneyline favorite.
- Toronto posted a 14-7 win-loss record last season in games it played with moneyline odds of -256 or shorter (66.7% win percentage).
- Based on this game’s moneyline, the Maple Leafs have an implied probability of 71.9% to win.
- The Maple Leafs’ 312 goals scored last season (3.8 per game) ranked second in the NHL.
- The Maple Leafs were 19th in goals against, giving up 252 total goals (3.1 per game) in NHL action.
- The Canadiens were an underdog in 68 games last season, with 18 upset wins (26.5%).
- Montreal had 24 games last season as an underdog by +205 or longer, and went 7-17.
- The win probability for the Canadiens, implied from the moneyline, is 32.8%.
- The Canadiens’ 222 goals last season (2.7 per game) ranked them 27th in the NHL.
- The Canadiens allowed 3.8 goals per game (313 in total), 32nd in the league.
Maple Leafs vs. Canadiens Over/Under Trends
- Toronto and its opponent combined to outscore Wednesday’s total (6.5 goals) 53 times last season.
- Last season, 42 games Montreal played finished with over 6.5 goals.
- These two teams combined for 6.5 goals per game last season, 0.01 more than the total for this contest.
- The 6.9 goals per game these two teams gave up on average are 0.4 more than the total for this contest.
Maple Leafs Team Leaders 2021-22
- A top offensive player last season for Toronto, Auston Matthews scored 106 points in 73 games (60 goals and 46 assists).
- Mitchell Marner had 97 points (1.3 per game), scoring 35 goals and adding 62 assists.
- William Nylander’s 80 points last season came via 34 goals and 46 assists.
- Ilya Samsonov (23-12-5) had a 3.0 goals against average and an .896 save percentage (40th in the league).
Canadiens Team Leaders 2021-22
- Nicholas Suzuki’s 21 goals and 40 assists in 82 games for Montreal last season added up to 61 total points.
- Cole Caufield racked up 43 total points (0.6 per game) last campaign. He had 23 goals and 20 assists.
- Evgenii Dadonov was a crucial player on offense for Montreal with 20 goals and 23 assists.
- Jake Allen was 9-20-4 last season, allowing 107 goals (3.3 goals against average) with a .905 save percentage (30th in the league).
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