Winnipeg Jets vs San Jose Sharks NHL Game Picks 11/1/2019
Friday, November 1, 2019
SAP Center is the site where Martin Jones and the San Jose Sharks (4-8-1, 7th in the Pacific Division) will play the Winnipeg Jets (6-7-0, 4th in the Central Division) on Friday. The Sharks open this matchup at -113 while the Jets are priced at +102. The over/under has been set at 6.5. The Jets are covering 36.4% of the time, having gone 4-7 SU. San Jose covers 30.8% of the time, going 4-9 straight up.
The Winnipeg Jets head into this game holding a record of 6 wins and 7 losses, ranking them 4th in the Central Division. Thus far in the season, they have racked up a total of 34 goals which is good for 9th in the Western Conference and 19th in the NHL. Their goal differential is -10, ranking them 25th in the NHL. The Jets have compiled a total of 12 points, which is good for 21st in the NHL and 10th in the conference. Regarding shots at the opposing goalie, they have compiled a total of 438 which is good for 3rd in the Western Conference and 5th in the NHL. As a group, Winnipeg currently has a total of 238 hits which means they are averaging 18.3 per game. They have compiled a total of 100 blocks for the season. Protecting the goal for Winnipeg is Connor Hellebuyck from Commerce, Michigan. He is 26 years old and has played 571 mins protecting the net for the campaign. Hellebuyck is giving up an average of 2.63 goals per game which has him sitting 12th among West goaltenders and 22nd among goaltenders in the NHL. During this year, he's allowed 25 goals. He's earned a save percentage of .921 which has him sitting 6th among West goaltenders.
The Winnipeg Jets will be looking to get a win in their next outing after their 7 - 4 defeat to the Anaheim Ducks in their last game. The Jets had a solid offensive performance in this loss. In this outing, they netted 4 out of the 40 shots they put on goal. Additionally, they had 2 power play chances but weren't able to score a goal. Winnipeg ended up with a total of 2 penalty mins in this outing. The Corsi for the Jets was 55 and the Corsi against was 36 which gave them a Corsi percentage of 60.4%. Their Fenwick sat at 39 while the Fenwick against sat at 31, which gave them a Fenwick percentage of 55.7%. They earned 25 face-off wins and lost 23 of the face-offs. Their starts in the offensive zone were rated at 75.8% and they had a PDO of 83.6 for this matchup. When it comes to their opponent, the Anaheim Ducks earned a total of 28 shots. They ended the game with 4 penalty mins and they earned a total of 1 power play attempt.
The Sharks will be looking to add points to their total and for the season they have 4 wins and 8 defeats. in respect to goal differential, they sit 14th in the West and 30th in the NHL with -16. They have compiled a total of 32 goals for the year which ranks 12th in the conference. San Jose has a save % as a team of .886 which has them sitting 26th in the NHL, meaning scoring chances could be plentiful if they are aggressive. They have a team shooting percentage of 9.0% ranking them 7th in the West. In net for San Jose is Martin Jones who is having a tough campaign by allowing 3.57 goals per contest and that ranks him 18th in the West and 39th in the NHL among goalies. In the 538 mins he's been on the ice this year, he has allowed 32 goals. His save % is .890, which places him at 17th in the West and 35th in the NHL among goalies.
The San Jose Sharks played the Boston Bruins in a matchup where the Sharks took a loss by a final score of 5 - 1. For this matchup, San Jose went home with a 28.6% Corsi rating. That percentage was had by earning a Corsi of 14 while their opponent had a Corsi of 35. Their Fenwick rate was 27.8% by earning a Fenwick of 10 and the Bruins ending the game with a 26 Fenwick at even strength. These Corsi stats speak to the kind of game that San Jose had and we're sure they will look for better performances in the future. They had a PDO of 83.3 and they'll go home having earned an oZS percentage of 49.3%. The Sharks converted 1 goal of the 17 shots on goal they tried. They had 3 power play chances in this game and scored 1 out of those tries. Concerning the opposition, the Bruins had 8 power play opportunities and took advantage of the situation by scoring 2 goals. San Jose gave up 41 shots on goal and the Bruins ended up with a total of 47 penalty minutes.
Who will win tonight's NHL game ATS?
Josh's Pick: Take San Jose (-113)
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