Vegas Golden Knights vs Toronto Maple Leafs Prediction, 11/2/2021 NHL Pick, Tips and Odds
Game: Vegas Golden Knights vs Toronto Maple Leafs
Date: Tuesday, November 2, 2021
Location: Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, ON
Odds/Point Spread: Golden Knights (+120) Maple Leafs (-143)
Scotiabank Arena is the site where Jack Campbell and the Toronto Maple Leafs (4-4-1) will take on the Vegas Golden Knights (4-4-0) on Tuesday. The Golden Knights open this game at +120 while the Maple Leafs are coming in at -143. The total opens at 6.
The Golden Knights had a good night with a 5-4 win against the Ducks in their previous contest. The Corsi for the Golden Knights was 67 and the Corsi against when all was said and done was 58 which had their Corsi percentage coming in at 53.6%. When starting in the offensive zone they were rated at 61.4% and their PDO was 97.0 for this game. Vegas amassed 5 penalty minutes for this matchup. The Golden Knights had a solid offensive outing in this win. Their Fenwick came in at 52 and the Fenwick against finished at 40, giving them a Fenwick rate of 56.5%. They earned 33 face-off victories at even strength and were beaten on 27 attempts to take control of the puck. Furthermore, they had 1 power play try but didn't convert it into a score. For the game, they tallied a score on 5 of the 42 shots they attempted.
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Vegas Golden Knights opponents have tallied 19 power play opportunities (31st in professional hockey) and have notched 3 goals in those attempts. The Golden Knights have had 274 shots taken against them and hold a save percentage of .905. Vegas has taken 271 shots and is the owner of a shot percentage of 7.4%. When playing at even strength, the Golden Knights let the opposition score 23 goals while scoring 20 of their own. Vegas has 15 power play chances and they have scored 0 goals out of those chances, garnering them a rate of 0.00%. For the season, they have 8 points and their points percentage sits at .500. When discussing scoring goals, the Vegas Golden Knights have notched 20 goals (25th in the NHL) so far this year and have allowed 26.
The player in the crease for this game is Robin Lehner. For his career, Lehner has 174 quality starts and his quality starts percentage sits at .565. He has a save percentage of .918 during his 18,435 mins between the pipes. Lehner has had 10,065 shot attempts against him and has gathered 9,236 saves. Opponents have been able to score 829 goals against Lehner in his professional career and his average for goals against per game is 2.70. He has earned an overall record of 132-128-47 and he started in 308 games. Lehner has played in 327 matchups throughout his hockey career.
In their last game, Toronto went up against the Red Wings in an outing where the Maple Leafs ended up with the victory by a score of 5-4. Their PDO was 100 and they had an oZS percentage of 45.8%. They had 2 power play chances in this contest and scored 1 goal out of those opportunities. Their Fenwick percentage was 58.5% by amassing a Fenwick of 48 and the Red Wings having earned a 34 Fenwick at even strength. The Maple Leafs tallied 5 goals of the 38 shots on goal they were seeking. Toronto had a 57.9% Corsi rating. These Corsi stats tell us the story of the kind of game Toronto had and they looked good in this game.
On the season, the Toronto Maple Leafs have 21 goals, 9 points, in addition to a points percentage of .500. They have permitted 29 goals to be scored by way of 24 goals at even strength and 5 goals while they were shorthanded. The Maple Leafs have racked up 17 goals at even strength and 4 goals (21st in the league) while having more men on the ice. They have earned 27 power play chances and they have a power play rate of 14.81%. Toronto has taken 313 shots (3rd in the NHL) and has accumulated a shot percentage of 6.71%, while allowing their opponents 272 shots. They have earned a penalty kill percentage of 82.76% on their opponents 29 chances on the power play, and their save percentage is currently 89.3%.
For the opposition you will find Jack Campbell patrolling the crease. His opposition is averaging 2.46 goals per game and he has relinquished 211 goals overall. Campbell's quality start percentage sits at 56.0% and he has qualified for 47 quality starting assignments in his pro career. He has been a starter 84 games and has played for a total of 5,154 mins. Campbell has amassed a career mark of 43-32-9 and has been in net for 93 games. He is sitting with 2,348 stops out of the 2,559 shots attempted, giving him a rate of .918.
Who will win tonight's NHL game ATS?
Josh's Pick: Take Vegas (+120)
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