San Jose Sharks vs Toronto Maple Leafs NHL Parlay 10/25/2019
Friday, October 25, 2019
Frederik Andersen and the Toronto Maple Leafs (5-4-2, 3rd in the Atlantic Division) play the San Jose Sharks (3-5-1, 8th in the Pacific Division) at Scotiabank Arena on Friday, October 25, 2019. The Maple Leafs open this contest at -160 while the Sharks are priced at +144. The O/U opens at 6.5. The Sharks are covering 33.3% of the time, having gone 3-6 SU. The Maple Leafs are covering 45.5% of the time, going 5-6 straight up.
0 The man protecting the net for San Jose is Martin Jones from North Vancouver, British Columbia. He is 30 years old and has been on the ice a total of 399 mins defending the goal this season. Jones is allowing an average of 3.46 goals against average which has him placed 16th among West goaltenders and 35th in the NHL among goaltenders. Over the course of this year, he's surrendered 23 goals. His save % is .894 which has him placed 16th among West goaltenders.
The San Jose Sharks will be looking to get a win in their next outing after their 4 - 3 defeat to the Buffalo Sabres their last time out. The Sharks had an average offensive performance in the defeat. For this matchup, they scored on 3 of the 28 shots they tried. Furthermore, they had 2 power play opportunities but weren't able to score a goal. San Jose earned 8 penalty minutes while out there on the ice. The Corsi for the Sharks sat at 40 and the Corsi against was 32 telling us they have a Corsi percentage of 55.6%. Their Fenwick was 31 while the Fenwick against sat at 27, telling us they have a Fenwick percentage of 53.4%. They earned 19 face-off wins and were beaten on 21 of all total face-offs. Their offensive zone starts were rated at 60.9% and they had a PDO of 98.0 for this matchup. In terms of their opponent's stats, the Buffalo Sabres racked up 29 shots. Their total at the end of the game was 4 minutes in the box and they had 4 power play chances.
currently have a total of In net for Toronto is Frederik Andersen who is having a tough season by giving up 3.19 goals per contest and that has him ranked 17th among East goalies and 32nd among goaltenders in the NHL. In the 470 mins he's been on the ice this season, he's surrendered 25 goals. He's earned a save percentage of .901, which ranks him 17th among East goalies and 30th among goaltenders in the NHL.
The Toronto Maple Leafs faced the Boston Bruins in a game where the Maple Leafs took the defeat by a tally of 4 - 2. For this game, Toronto wound up with a 38.3% Corsi rating. They wound up with that percentage by having a Corsi of 23 and the team opposite of them having a Corsi of 37. They had a Fenwick percentage of 35.4% by earning a Fenwick of 17 and the Bruins finishing with a 31 Fenwick. These Corsi stats speak to the kind of game that Toronto played and we're sure they will look for better performances in the future. They had a PDO of 96.0 and they'll go home having earned an oZS percentage of 37.2%. The Maple Leafs notched 2 goals out of the 30 shots on goal they pursued. They had 4 power play chances in this game and scored 1 out of those tries. Regarding the opposition, the Bruins had 4 power play chances and used that advantage to score 1 goal on that try. Toronto gave way to 39 shots on goal and the Bruins had a total of 8 penalty minutes.
So what is Tonights Parlay prediction?
Parlays Pundit's Pick: Take Toronto (-160) and under 2.5 total goals
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