St. Louis Blues vs Toronto Maple Leafs NHL Point Spread Picks 10/7/2019
Monday, October 7, 2019
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The St. Louis Blues travel to Scotiabank Arena to play the Toronto Maple Leafs on Monday, October 7, 2019.
St. Louis has a record of 1-0-1 this season and this will be their first road test. They are 2nd in the Central Division. They've scored 5 goals and given up 5 goals. For the season they have an ATS record of 1-1 and an over/under record of 0-1-0. Toronto is 2-0-1 including 1-0-1 at home this season. They are 1st in the Atlantic Division. They've scored 14 goals and surrendered 9 for a goal differential of +5. Their record against the spread is 2-1 while their over/under record is 1-1-0.
Valuable St. Louis Blues Betting Trends
The St. Louis Blues are 1-1 straight up this year
The St. Louis Blues are 0-1-0 against the over/under this season
Important Toronto Maple Leafs Betting Trends
The Toronto Maple Leafs are 2-1 straight up this year
The Toronto Maple Leafs are 1-1-0 against the over/under this season
Key St. Louis Blues Injuries
No key injuries to report
Key Toronto Maple Leafs Injuries
10/01/19 D Travis Dermott Shoulder is out indefinitely
09/30/19 C Zach Hyman Knee is out indefinitely
The St. Louis Blues will head into their next game feeling good after earning a 3 - 2 victory against the Dallas Stars in their last game. The Blues had an average offensive performance in the victory. In this matchup, they netted 3 out of the 30 shots they tried. Furthermore, they had 2 power play opportunities but weren't able to score a goal. St. Louis earned 4 penalty mins in this game. The Corsi for the Blues was 39 and the Corsi against was 35 which gave them a Corsi percentage of 52.7%. Their Fenwick was 30 while the Fenwick against was 25, which tells us they had a rate of 54.5%. They earned 23 face-off wins at even strength and lost 23 tries to control the puck. Their starts in the offensive zone came in at 58.8% and they had a PDO of 110.2 in this game. Regarding their opponent, the Dallas Stars racked up 29 shots. They finished with 4 penalty mins and they earned 2 power play opportunities.
The Toronto Maple Leafs squared up with the Montreal Canadiens in an outing where the Maple Leafs went home in defeat by a mark of 6 - 5. For this game, Toronto had a 37.5% Corsi rating. They earned that percentage by having a Corsi of 15 while their opponent earned a Corsi of 25. They earned a Fenwick percentage of 40.0% by notching a Fenwick of 12 and the Canadiens ending the game with a 18 Fenwick. These Corsi stats speak to the kind of game that Toronto played and they put on a good performance in this one. They had a PDO at even strength of 119.5 and they finished this one with an oZS percentage of 41.0%. The Maple Leafs converted 5 goals out of the 37 shots on goal they attempted. They had 5 power play chances in this outing and scored 1 out of those attempts. Regarding the opposition, the Canadiens had 3 power play opportunities but were not able to score a goal. Toronto conceded 42 shots on goal and the Canadiens ended up with a total of 10 penalty minutes.
Useful Team Statistics
The Blues have 3 total points this season, which ranks them 12th in the NHL. They are 18th in the league in goals scored with 5 while they've given up 5 goals, ranking them 20th overall. They have had 4 power play opportunities and have scored 1 goal on those chances for a percentage of 25%. That is 13th in the NHL. The Blues have allowed 5 power play opportunities and have given up 1 goals on those chances for a penalty kill percentage of 80%, putting them 17th in the league when short-handed. They average 26 shots per game and as a team shoot 9.62% for the season. They allow 32 shots to their opposition per contest and have a team save percentage of 92%. That puts them 13th in the league in stopping the puck.
Useful Team Statistics
The Maple Leafs are 1st in the NHL with a total of 5 points this year. They have 4 power play goals on 15 opportunities for a percentage of 27%. That ranks them 10th in the league as a power play unit. They've allowed 11 power play opportunities and have given up 2 goals on those chances for a penalty kill percentage of 82%. That is 14th in the NHL. As a team, the Maple Leafs are 1st in the league with 14 goals scored while they've given up 9 goals, which is 5th overall. They average 36 shots per contest and have a team shooting percentage of 12.96%. As a team they give up 32 shots per game and have a save percentage of 91%. That is 16th in the NHL.
St. Louis is 21st in the NHL in Corsi percentage with 46.9%, as they've attempted 61 shots on net at full strength while they've given up 69 shots on net in the same situations. Their Fenwick percentage is 47.5% as they have 47 attempts while they have given up 52 shots on the defensive end. That ranks them 20th in the league. The Blues start possessions in the offensive zone 57.6% of the time, which is 7th in the league, while their defensive zone percentage is at 42.4% for the season. That is 26th overall in the NHL. They have 49 face-off wins compared to 45 losses, meaning their face-off win percentage is 52.1%. That ranks them 10th in the league. On defense St. Louis has 33 hits and they have blocked 17 shots from the opposition, putting them 21st overall.
The Maple Leafs are 19th in the league in starting possessions in the offensive zone, doing so 48.1% of the time. Their defensive zone percentage is at 51.9% for the season, which is 13th in the NHL. They have 55 face-off wins compared to 54 losses, meaning their face-off win percentage is 50.5%. That is 16th in the league. On defense Toronto has 31 hits and they have blocked 22 shots from the opposition, which is 10th in the league. Toronto is 10th in the NHL in Corsi percentage with 53.4% as they've attempted 102 shots on net at full strength while they've given up 89 shots on net in the same situations. Their Fenwick percentage of 52.8% ranks 10th as they have 75 attempts while they have given up 67 shots on the defensive end.
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