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Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Arizona Coyotes – NHL – Predictions, Betting Lines, Odds and Trends

The Pittsburgh Penguins (0-0-0) are heavily favored at home (-401 moneyline odds to win) against the Arizona Coyotes (0-0-0, +314 moneyline odds). Thursday’s outing starts at 7:00 PM ET from PPG Paints Arena on ESPN+, SportsNet PT, and BSAZ.

Penguins vs. Coyotes Predictions

Penguins vs. Coyotes Betting Odds

Penguins vs Coyotes Betting Information
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Penguins -401 6.5

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Penguins vs. Coyotes Betting Trends

  • In the 61 games the Penguins were favored on the moneyline a season ago they recorded a 37-24 win-loss record.
  • Last season, Pittsburgh went 1-1 in the two games they were moneyline favorites of smaller -401.
  • The Penguins have an 80.0% chance (based on the moneyline’s implied probability) to win this contest.
  • The Penguins ranked 11th in the league last season with 269 goals scored (3.3 per game).
  • Defensively, the Penguins were one of the stingiest units in NHL play, allowing 222 total goals (2.7 per game) to rank fourth.
  • Last season the Coyotes had 24 wins in the 80 games in which they were an underdog.
  • Arizona went 3-10 last season when oddsmakers made them underdogs of +314 or longer on the moneyline.
  • The moneyline set for this outing implies a 24.2% chance for the Coyotes to win.
  • The Coyotes’ 206 goals last season (2.5 per game) ranked them 32nd in the league.
  • The Coyotes conceded 309 total goals (3.8 per game), 30th in the NHL.

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Penguins vs. Coyotes Over/Under Trends

  • A total of 42 Pittsburgh games last season went over Thursday’s over/under of 6.5 goals.
  • There were 38 Arizona games with over 6.5 goals last season.
  • The total for this game (6.5) is 0.7 more than the combined scoring averages for the Penguins (3.28) and Coyotes (2.51) last season.
  • These two teams conceded a combined 6.5 goals per game, 0.0 less than this game’s over/under.

Penguins Team Leaders 2021-22

  • One of Pittsburgh’s leading offensive players last season was Jake Guentzel, who had 84 points (40 goals, 44 assists) and played an average of 20:05 per game.
  • Sidney Crosby had 84 points (1.2 per game), scoring 31 goals and adding 53 assists.
  • Kris Letang had 10 goals and 58 assists for Pittsburgh.
  • Tristan Jarry (34-18-6) had a goals against average of 2.4 last season, and made 1573 saves. His .919 save percentage was sixth-best in the league.

Coyotes Team Leaders 2021-22

  • Clayton Keller put up 63 points (0.9 per game) for Arizona last season, with 28 goals and 35 assists in 67 games (playing 20:08 per game).
  • Nick Schmaltz helped lead the attack for Arizona last season with 23 goals and 36 assists.
  • Shayne Gostisbehere had 51 points, including 14 goals and 37 assists.
  • Karel Vejmelka was 13-32-3 last season, giving up 170 goals (3.7 goals against average) with an .898 save percentage (37th in the league).

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