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Colorado Avalanche vs. Minnesota Wild – NHL – Predictions, Betting Lines, Odds and Trends

The Colorado Avalanche (1-1-0) have -125 moneyline odds to win when they visit the Minnesota Wild (0-2-0), who have +105 odds, on Monday, October 17 at 8:00 PM ET on ESPN+, ALT, BSN, and BSWI.

Avalanche vs. Wild Predictions

Avalanche vs. Wild Betting Odds

Avalanche vs Wild Betting Information
Favorite Moneyline Total
Avalanche -125 6.5

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Avalanche vs. Wild Betting Trends

  • The Avalanche were victorious in 73.4% of their games when favored on the moneyline last season (69-25).
  • Colorado posted a 63-24 win-loss record last season in games it played with moneyline odds of -125 or shorter (72.4% win percentage).
  • The Avalanche have a 55.6% chance (based on the moneyline’s implied probability) to win this game.
  • The Avalanche’s 308 goals scored last season (3.8 per game) ranked fourth in the NHL.
  • The Avalanche allowed 232 total goals (2.8 per game), the ninth-fewest in league play.
  • The Wild were an underdog 26 times last season, and upset their opponent 12 times.
  • Minnesota went 5-8 last season when sportsbooks made them underdogs of +105 or longer on the moneyline.
  • Oddsmakers have implied, based on the moneyline in this matchup, that the Wild have a 48.8% chance to win.
  • The Wild were fifth in the NHL in scoring last season (305 goals, 3.7 per game).
  • The Wild gave up 249 total goals (3.0 per game), 16th in the league.

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Avalanche vs. Wild Over/Under Trends

  • Last season, Colorado games went over this one’s 6.5-goal over/under 53 times.
  • For Minnesota last season, 48 games finished with more goals than Monday’s total of 6.5.
  • These two teams combined for 7.5 goals per game last season, 0.98 more than the total for this contest.
  • The 5.9 goals per game these two teams conceded are 0.6 less than the over/under set for this contest.

Avalanche Team Leaders 2021-22

  • One of Colorado’s most productive offensive players last season was Mikko Rantanen, who had 92 points (36 goals, 56 assists) and played an average of 20:58 per game.
  • Nathan MacKinnon had 88 points (1.4 per game), scoring 32 goals and adding 56 assists.
  • Cale Makar scored 28 goals and added 58 assists in 77 games for Colorado.
  • Alexandar Georgiev had a record of 15-10-2. He allowed 85 goals (2.92 goals against average) and racked up 748 saves.

Wild Team Leaders 2021-22

  • Kirill Kaprizov recorded 47 goals and 61 assists in 81 games for Minnesota last season, resulting in 108 points.
  • Mats Zuccarello was a top offensive contributor for Minnesota with 79 total points last season. He scored 24 goals and added 55 assists in 70 games.
  • Ryan Hartman was a crucial contributor on offense for Minnesota with 34 goals and 31 assists.
  • Marc-Andre Fleury was 28-23-5 last season, allowing 159 goals (2.9 goals against average) with a .908 save percentage (25th in the league).

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