Philadelphia Flyers vs New Jersey Devils NHL Parlay 11/1/2019
Friday, November 1, 2019
Carter Hart and the Philadelphia Flyers (5-5-1, 6th in the Metropolitan Division) are headed to Prudential Center on Friday where they'll take on the New Jersey Devils (2-5-3, 8th in the Metropolitan Division). The moneyline on this game has the Flyers priced at +108 and the Devils are at -119. The O/U is set at 6.5. The Flyers are covering 45.5% of the time, having gone 5-6 SU. New Jersey is covering 20.0% of the time, going 2-8 straight up.
The Philadelphia Flyers step onto the ice with a record of 5 victories and 5 losses, putting them at 6th in the Metropolitan Division. Thus far in the season, they have racked up a total of 36 goals which is good for 10th in the Eastern Conference and 17th in the NHL. Their goal differential is -1, putting them at 18th in the NHL. The Flyers have compiled a total of 11 pts, which is good for 22nd in the NHL and 12th in the Eastern Conference. In the matter of shots toward the net, they have compiled a total of 384 which is good for 11th in the conference and 20th in the NHL. As a group, Philadelphia has collected a total of 171 hits which means they are averaging 15.5 per contest. They have compiled a total of 89 blocks for the season. Protecting the net for Philadelphia is Carter Hart from Lulea, Sweden. He is 21 years old and has played 325 mins defending the net for the season. Hart is allowing an average of 3.32 GAA which has him sitting 17th among East goaltenders and 33rd in the NHL among goalies. Over the course of this year, he has given up 18 goals. He's earned a save % of .864 which has him sitting 26th among East goaltenders.
The Philadelphia Flyers were on the wrong end of the scoreboard with a 7 - 1 defeat to the Pittsburgh Penguins the last time they stepped on the ice. The Flyers had a below average offensive performance in the loss. In this game, they converted 1 of the 30 shots they looked to score on. Furthermore, they had 4 power play chances but weren't able to notch a goal in these power play chances. Philadelphia had 8 penalty minutes for this game. The Corsi for the Flyers sat at 36 and the Corsi against was 46 which earned them a Corsi percentage of 43.9%. Their Fenwick sat at 26 and the Fenwick against was 40, which earned them a Fenwick percentage of 39.4%. They earned 26 face-off wins at even strength and were beaten on 21 of all total face-offs. Their starts in the offensive zone came in at 58.7% and they had a PDO of 85.6 in this one. Regarding their opponent, the Pittsburgh Penguins racked up a total of 37 shots. They had 10 penalty minutes and they had 3 power play chances.
The Devils are the team looking to add points to their total and for the current year they sit with 2 victories and 5 defeats. In the matter of goal differential, they are ranked 15th in the Eastern Conference and 27th in the league with -13. They have earned a total of 28 goals for this season which ranks 16th in the Eastern Conference. New Jersey has a save % as a team of .856 which has them 31st in the league, meaning scoring chances could be plentiful if they attack the goal. They are shooting 9.2% which is good for 13th in the conference. In net for New Jersey is MacKenzie Blackwood who is having a bad campaign by giving up 3.31 goals against average and that ranks him 16th in the Eastern Conference and 32nd in the NHL among goaltenders. In the 326 minutes he has played this year, he has surrendered 18 goals. He holds a save % of .871, which puts him at 25th in the Eastern Conference and 46th in the NHL among goaltenders.
The New Jersey Devils faced off against the Tampa Bay Lightning in a game where the Devils went home in defeat by a final score of 7 - 6. In this game, New Jersey went home with a 52.7% Corsi rating. They ended up with that by earning a Corsi of 39 and their opponent having a Corsi of 35. They had a Fenwick percentage of 56.9% with a Fenwick of 33 and the Lightning finishing with a 25 Fenwick at even strength. This Corsi rating tells us the kind of game New Jersey had and they looked good in this game. They had a PDO of 83.9 and they earned an oZS percentage of 62.0%. The Devils netted 6 goals of the 42 shots on goal they took. They had 5 power play attempts in this one and were able to convert 1 out of those attempts. On the other side of the ice, the Lightning had 1 power play attempt and came through by scoring 1 goal. New Jersey allowed 23 shots on goal and the Lightning ended up with 10 penalty minutes.
So what is Tonights Parlay prediction?
Parlays Pundit's Pick: Take New Jersey (-119) and under 2.5 total goals
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