Dallas Stars vs Winnipeg Jets NHL Point Spread Picks 11/10/2019
Sunday, November 10, 2019
Bell MTS Place
Connor Hellebuyck and the Winnipeg Jets (9-7-1, 4th in the Central Division) play the Dallas Stars (8-8-1, 5th in the Central Division) at Bell MTS Place on Sunday, November 10, 2019. The Jets open this contest at -143 while the Stars are priced at -105. The total is set at 6.5. The Stars cover 47.1% of the time, having gone 8-9 SU. Winnipeg is covering 46.7% of the time, going 7-8 straight up.
The Dallas Stars head into this game holding a record of 8 victories and 8 losses, which is good for 5th in the Central Division. So far this year, they have converted a total of 41 goals which puts them at 13th in the West and 26th in the NHL. Their goal differential is 0, which is good for 20th in the NHL. The Stars currently have a total of 17 pts, which puts them at 21st in the NHL and 11th in the Western Conference. When discussing shots at the opposing goalie, they currently have a total of 505 which puts them at 9th in the conference and 19th in the NHL. As a group, Dallas has collected a total of 237 hits which means they have an average of 13.9 per game. They currently have a total of 188 blocks for the season. The goalie for Dallas is Ben Bishop from Denver, Colorado. He is 33 years old and has played 677 minutes defending the net this season. Bishop is surrendering an average of 2.22 goals per game which puts him at 3rd in the West and 6th among goaltenders in the NHL. So far this season, he has given up 25 goals. He's earned a save percentage of .928 which puts him at 4th in the West.
The Dallas Stars were on the right side of the scoreboard with a 4 - 1 win against the Colorado Avalanche in their previous contest. The Stars had a solid offensive output in the win. In this game, they earned a goal on 4 out of the 38 shots they tried. Moreover, they had 7 power play chances and netted 1 goal out of those attempts. Dallas racked up a total of 16 penalty minutes for this matchup. The Corsi for the Stars was 27 and the Corsi against was 33 which earned them a Corsi percentage of 45.0%. Their Fenwick was 21 while the Fenwick against was 23, which tells us they had a Fenwick percentage of 47.7%. They took 18 face-off wins and were beaten on 17 attempts to control the puck. Their offensive zone starts were rated at 33.1% and they had a PDO of 117.8 in this one. With regard to the opposition's stats, the Colorado Avalanche earned a total of 37 shots. They finished with 14 minutes in the box and they earned a total of 8 power play chances.
The Jets will be looking to get a victory in this matchup and for the season they sit with 9 wins and 7 losses. In terms of goal differential, they are sitting 11th in the West and 23rd in the league with -5. They currently have a total of 46 goals for this year which puts them at 8th in the Western Conference. Winnipeg has a save % as a team of .911 which is good for 12th in the league, meaning they are a tough team to score against. They have a team shooting percentage of 8.2% which puts them at 13th in the conference. In goal for Winnipeg is Connor Hellebuyck who is having an ok season by surrendering 2.30 goals against average and that ranks him 5th in the Western Conference and 8th in the NHL. In the 756 minutes he has been on the ice, he's allowed 29 goals. He holds a save percentage of .933, which ranks him 3rd in the Western Conference and 5th in the NHL.
The Winnipeg Jets faced the Vancouver Canucks in a matchup where the Jets earned a win by a final score of 4 - 1. For this game, Winnipeg went home with a 45.3% Corsi rating. They wound up with that percentage by having a Corsi of 39 while the opposition earned a Corsi of 47. Their Fenwick percentage came in at 42.2% by notching a Fenwick of 27 and the Canucks earning a 37 Fenwick. These Corsi statistics are telling of the type of game that Winnipeg played and they showed up in this game. Their PDO at even strength was 110.1 and they earned an oZS percentage of 41.7%. The Jets converted 4 goals out of the 35 shots on goal they attempted. They had 3 power play attempts in this outing and netted 1 out of those tries. As for their opponent, the Canucks had 2 power play attempts but didn't tally a goal. Winnipeg conceded 33 shots on goal and the Canucks ended up with 6 minutes in the box.
Who will win tonight's hockey game against the spread?
Tony's Pick: Take Dallas (-105)
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