Vancouver Canucks vs New Jersey Devils NHL Parlay 10/19/2019
Saturday, October 19, 2019
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Prudential Center is the venue where Cory Schneider and the New Jersey Devils (1-4-2, 8th in the Metropolitan Division) will play the Vancouver Canucks (4-2-0, 5th in the Pacific Division) on Saturday. The Devils open this matchup at +144 while the Canucks are priced at -160. The O/U opens at 5.5. The Canucks are covering 50.0% of the time, having gone 2-2 SU. The Devils are covering 14.3% of the time, going 1-6 straight up.
The Vancouver Canucks were on the right side of the scoreboard with a 4 - 3 victory against the St. Louis Blues in their last game. The Canucks had a good offensive outing in this win. While out there on the ice, they earned a goal on 4 of the 32 shots they put on goal. They also had 5 power play attempts but didn't net one. Vancouver earned a total of 8 penalty mins for this outing. The Corsi for the Canucks was 33 and the Corsi against was 37 meaning they had a Corsi percentage of 47.1%. Their Fenwick sat at 29 while the Fenwick against at even strength sat at 27, which means they had a Fenwick percentage of 51.8%. They earned 18 face-off wins and were beaten on 22 of the face-offs. Their offensive zone starts came in at 50.9% and they had a PDO of 99.4 for this one. In terms of their opponent's stats, the St. Louis Blues tallied 37 shots. They ended the game with 10 minutes in the box and they had 4 power play chances. Useful Team Statistics
The Canucks have 8 total points this season, which ranks them 18th in the NHL. They are 16th in the league in goals scored with 20 while they've given up 14 goals, ranking them 27th overall. They have had 24 power play opportunities and have scored 4 goals on those chances for a percentage of 17%. That is 24th in the NHL. The Canucks have allowed 20 power play opportunities and have given up 1 goal on those chances for a penalty kill percentage of 95%, putting them 1st in the league when short-handed. They average 30 shots per game and as a team shoot 11.11% for the season. They allow 31 shots to their opposition per contest and have a team save percentage of 93%. That puts them 6th in the league in stopping the puck.
The New Jersey Devils faced off against the New York Rangers in a game where the Devils took home the win by a mark of 5 - 2. For this game, New Jersey went home with a 45.8% Corsi rating. They got to that percentage by earning a Corsi of 33 and the other team having a Corsi of 39. They had a Fenwick percentage of 41.7% by earning a Fenwick of 25 and the Rangers earning a 35 Fenwick at even strength. This Corsi percentage speaks to the kind of game that New Jersey had and they put on a good performance in this one. They had a PDO of 111.3 and their percentage of oZS was 52.5%. The Devils notched 5 goals out of the 38 shots on goal they attempted. They had 7 power play chances in this one and were able to notch 1 out of those attempts. Regarding their opponent, the Rangers had 6 power play chances but were not able to use the chance to their advantage. New Jersey conceded 31 shots on goal and the Rangers earned 18 penalty mins.
Useful Team Statistics
The Devils are 25th in the NHL with a total of 4 points this year. They have 1 power play goal on 25 opportunities for a percentage of 4%. That ranks them 30th in the league as a power play unit. They've allowed 27 power play opportunities and have given up 9 goals on those chances for a penalty kill percentage of 67%. That is 27th in the NHL. As a team, the Devils are 20th in the league with 18 goals scored while they've given up 29 goals, which is 3rd overall. They average 29 shots per contest and have a team shooting percentage of 8.78%. As a team they give up 31 shots per game and have a save percentage of 87%. That is 30th in the NHL.
Vancouver is 15th in the NHL in Corsi percentage with 50.1%, as they've attempted 220 shots on net at full strength while they've given up 219 shots on net in the same situations. Their Fenwick percentage is 49.7% as they have 155 attempts while they have given up 157 shots on the defensive end. That ranks them 18th in the league. The Canucks start possessions in the offensive zone 51.5% of the time, which is 12th in the league, while their defensive zone percentage is at 48.5% for the season. That is 20th overall in the NHL. They have 121 face-off wins compared to 144 losses, meaning their face-off win percentage is 45.7%. That ranks them 29th in the league. On defense Vancouver has 87 hits and they have blocked 62 shots from the opposition, putting them 25th overall.
The Devils are 26th in the league in starting possessions in the offensive zone, doing so 44.1% of the time. Their defensive zone percentage is at 55.9% for the season, which is 6th in the NHL. They have 136 face-off wins compared to 150 losses, meaning their face-off win percentage is 47.6%. That is 23rd in the league. On defense New Jersey has 106 hits and they have blocked 52 shots from the opposition, which is 28th in the league. New Jersey is 24th in the NHL in Corsi percentage with 46.7% as they've attempted 223 shots on net at full strength while they've given up 255 shots on net in the same situations. Their Fenwick percentage of 45.3% ranks 29th as they have 168 attempts while they have given up 203 shots on the defensive end.
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