Dallas Stars vs Edmonton Oilers NHL Parlay 11/16/2019
Game: Dallas Stars vs Edmonton Oilers
Date: Saturday, November 16, 2019
Location: Rogers Place in Edmonton, AB
Odds/Point Spread: Stars (+109) Oilers (-120)
Ben Bishop and the Dallas Stars (10-8-2, 4th in the Central Division) go to Rogers Place on Saturday where they'll meet the Edmonton Oilers (13-6-2, 1st in the Pacific Division). The Stars open this contest at +109 while the Oilers are coming in at -120. The total is set at 5.5. The Stars cover 50.0% of the time, having gone 10-10 SU. The Oilers cover 60.0% of the time, going 12-8 straight up.
The Dallas Stars head into this game holding a record of 10 victories and 8 losses, which is good for 4th in the Central Division. Thus far in the season, they have racked up a total of 50 goals which puts them at 13th in the conference and 26th in the NHL. Their goal differential is +3, which is good for 15th in the NHL. The Stars have compiled a total of 22 pts, which puts them at 17th in the NHL and 8th in the Western Conference. When it comes to shots at the opposing goalie, they have compiled a total of 594 which puts them at 9th in the conference and 18th in the NHL. As a team, Dallas has collected a total of 265 hits which means they are averaging 13.3 per game. They have compiled a total of 224 blocks for this year. Looking after the net for Dallas is Ben Bishop from Denver, Colorado. He is 33 years old and has racked up 737 minutes minding the goal for the season. Bishop is conceding an average of 2.12 goals per game which has him placed 2nd in the Western Conference and 3rd among goalies in the NHL. During this year, he's allowed 26 goals. He's earned a save percentage of .930 which has him placed 3rd in the Western Conference.
The Dallas Stars had a good night with a 4 - 2 victory against the Vancouver Canucks their last time out. The Stars had a solid offensive performance in the win. For this game, they scored on 4 of the 29 shots they put on net. Furthermore, they had 2 power play chances but weren't able to net one. Dallas racked up 11 penalty mins in this game. The Corsi for the Stars sat at 34 and the Corsi against was 45 which tells us they had a Corsi percentage of 43.0%. Their Fenwick was 28 while the Fenwick against was 29, giving them a Fenwick percentage of 49.1%. They earned 30 face-off wins and were beaten on 17 of all total face-offs. Their starts in the offensive zone came in at 53.3% and they had a PDO of 113.5 for this matchup. With regard to the opposition's stats, the Vancouver Canucks tallied 34 shots. They had 9 penalty minutes and they earned a total of 3 power play opportunities.
The Oilers are the team looking to add points to their total and for the campaign they have 13 victories and 6 losses. Regarding goal differential, they are currently ranked 3rd in the conference and 7th in the NHL with +11. They currently have a total of 66 goals for the season which has them at 3rd in the conference. Edmonton has a team save % of .914 which has them sitting 7th in the NHL, which means chances to score may be limited. They have a shooting percentage of 10.9% ranking them 3rd in the Western Conference. In net for Edmonton is Mike Smith who is having an average campaign by allowing 2.53 goals against average and that has him 8th among West goalies and 12th in the NHL. In the 687 minutes he has been on the ice this year, he has allowed 29 goals. He has a save % of .915, which ranks him 9th among West goalies and 16th in the NHL.
The Edmonton Oilers faced off against the Colorado Avalanche in a matchup where the Oilers got the victory by a tally of 6 - 2. In this game, Edmonton wound up with a 39.1% Corsi rating. They ended up with that by earning a Corsi of 25 and the team opposite of them having a Corsi of 39. Their Fenwick rate was 40.9% by way of having a Fenwick of 18 and the Avalanche having earned a 26 Fenwick. These Corsi statistics are telling of the type of game that Edmonton played and they put on a good performance in this one. They had a PDO at even strength of 108.2 and their oZS percentage was 32.9%. The Oilers notched 6 goals of the 28 shots on goal they took. They had 6 power play chances in this one and were able to net 4 out of those chances. Regarding their opponent, the Avalanche had 5 power play chances but were not able to score a goal. Edmonton gave way to 33 shots on goal and the Avalanche racked up a total of 17 penalty minutes.
So what is Tonights Parlay prediction?
Parlays Pundit's Pick: Take Edmonton (-120) and under the total goals
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