Minnesota Wild vs Toronto Maple Leafs NHL Parlay 10/15/2019
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
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Ryan Suter and the Minnesota Wild (0-4-0, 7th in the Central Division) are headed to Scotiabank Arena on Tuesday where they'll take on the Toronto Maple Leafs (3-2-1, 3rd in the Atlantic Division). The Maple Leafs open this contest at -135 while the Wild are priced at +122. The O/U is set at 6. The Wild cover 0% of the time, having gone 0-4 SU. The Maple Leafs cover 50.0% of the time, going 3-3 straight up.
The Minnesota Wild will look to clean up some issues after taking a 7 - 4 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins in their previous game. The Wild had a good offensive outing and it showed in this defeat. In this game, they converted 4 of the 33 shots they put on goal. Additionally, they had 2 power play opportunities and scored 1 goal out of those chances. Minnesota earned a total of 12 penalty minutes for this game. The Corsi for the Wild was 44 and the Corsi against was 41 which means they had a Corsi percentage of 51.8%. Their Fenwick sat at 30 while the Fenwick against sat at 32, meaning they had a Fenwick percentage of 48.4%. They earned 29 face-off wins and were beaten on 26 tries to control the puck. Their starts in the offensive zone were rated at 58.0% and they had a PDO at even strength of 93.5 for this matchup. Concerning opponent stats, the Pittsburgh Penguins put up 35 shots. Their total at the end of the game was 8 penalty mins and they earned 4 power play chances. Useful Team Statistics
The Wild have 0 total points this season, which ranks them 31st in the NHL. They are 28th in the league in goals scored with 10 while they've given up 21 goals, ranking them 7th overall. They have had 11 power play opportunities and have scored 3 goals on those chances for a percentage of 27%. That is 9th in the NHL. The Wild have allowed 14 power play opportunities and have given up 3 goals on those chances for a penalty kill percentage of 79%, putting them 18th in the league when short-handed. They average 32 shots per game and as a team shoot 7.81% for the season. They allow 33 shots to their opposition per contest and have a team save percentage of 84%. That puts them 30th in the league in stopping the puck.
The Toronto Maple Leafs faced the Detroit Red Wings in a game where the Maple Leafs got the victory by a final of 5 - 2. For this game, Toronto wound up with a 65.9% Corsi rating. They got to that percentage by earning a Corsi of 60 while their opponent had a Corsi of 31. They earned a Fenwick percentage of 65.5% by way of having a Fenwick of 38 and the Red Wings earning a 20 Fenwick at even strength. These Corsi stats speak to the kind of game that Toronto played and they showed up in this game. They had a PDO at even strength of 104.4 and they'll go home having earned an oZS percentage of 46.4%. The Maple Leafs netted 5 goals out of the 41 shots on goal they pursued. They had 3 power play opportunities in this game but weren't able to finish one of them with a goal. Concerning the opposition, the Red Wings had 1 power play attempt but weren't able to put the puck in the net. Toronto allowed 27 shots on goal and the Red Wings earned 6 penalty mins.
Useful Team Statistics
The Maple Leafs are 11th in the NHL with a total of 7 points this year. They have 5 power play goals on 22 opportunities for a percentage of 23%. That ranks them 17th in the league as a power play unit. They've allowed 18 power play opportunities and have given up 4 goals on those chances for a penalty kill percentage of 78%. That is 19th in the NHL. As a team, the Maple Leafs are 2nd in the league with 24 goals scored while they've given up 21 goals, which is 4th overall. They average 35 shots per contest and have a team shooting percentage of 11.37%. As a team they give up 31 shots per game and have a save percentage of 89%. That is 22nd in the NHL.
Minnesota is 16th in the NHL in Corsi percentage with 50%, as they've attempted 161 shots on net at full strength while they've given up 161 shots on net in the same situations. Their Fenwick percentage is 47.9% as they have 114 attempts while they have given up 124 shots on the defensive end. That ranks them 22nd in the league. The Wild start possessions in the offensive zone 56.9% of the time, which is 3rd in the league, while their defensive zone percentage is at 43.1% for the season. That is 29th overall in the NHL. They have 89 face-off wins compared to 89 losses, meaning their face-off win percentage is 50%. That ranks them 18th in the league. On defense Minnesota has 80 hits and they have blocked 37 shots from the opposition, putting them 29th overall.
The Maple Leafs are 21st in the league in starting possessions in the offensive zone, doing so 47.5% of the time. Their defensive zone percentage is at 52.5% for the season, which is 11th in the NHL. They have 142 face-off wins compared to 127 losses, meaning their face-off win percentage is 52.8%. That is 4th in the league. On defense Toronto has 68 hits and they have blocked 50 shots from the opposition, which is 19th in the league. Toronto is 1st in the NHL in Corsi percentage with 57.1% as they've attempted 295 shots on net at full strength while they've given up 222 shots on net in the same situations. Their Fenwick percentage of 54.3% ranks 3rd as they have 204 attempts while they have given up 172 shots on the defensive end.
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