Pittsburgh Penguins vs Edmonton Oilers Prediction, 10/24/2022 NHL Picks, Best Bets & Odds
Game: Pittsburgh Penguins vs Edmonton Oilers
Date: Monday, October 24, 2022
Location: Rogers Place in Edmonton, AB
The Pittsburgh Penguins are en route to Rogers Place on Monday where they will attempt to defeat the Edmonton Oilers.
The Pittsburgh Penguins were on the right side of the scoreboard with a 6-3 win over the Blue Jackets in their previous contest . Pittsburgh earned 2 penalty mins in this game. Furthermore, they had 3 power play tries but weren't able to convert one of them into a goal. The Penguins had a solid offensive outing in this win. In the outing, they scored on 6 of the 39 shots they put on net.
In terms of their scoring capabilities, the Pittsburgh Penguins have racked up 26 goals (2nd in the National Hockey League) so far this season and have given up 11. For the current season, they have racked up 9 points and their points percentage is .900. Pittsburgh has accumulated 19 power play chances and they have notched 5 goals out of those attempts, garnering them a rate of 26.32%. While playing at even strength, the Penguins have given up 6 goals while notching 21 themselves. Pittsburgh has taken 199 shots and holds a shooting percentage of 13.1%. The Penguins thus far have had 175 shots taken against them and hold a save percentage of .937. Pittsburgh Penguins opponents have 19 power play opportunities (16th in the NHL) and have notched 5 goals in those attempts.
The player protecting the goal in this game is Tristan Jarry. Over the course of his career, Jarry has compiled 97 quality starts and his quality starts percentage is .626. He has a save percentage of .916 during his 9,307 minutes in the crease. Jarry has had 4,706 shot attempts against him and he has 4,309 total saves. The opposition has racked up 397 goals against Jarry in his career and his goals against average is 2.56. He has amassed an overall record of 97-47-13 and he has gotten the start in 155 games. Jarry has taken the ice for 163 games during his hockey career.
When they took the ice last, Edmonton faced off against the Blues in a game where the Oilers went home in defeat by a tally of 2-0. The Oilers had 0 goals of the 23 shots on goal they were seeking. They had 1 attempt on the power play in this outing but didn't score a goal.
This season, the Edmonton Oilers have notched a total of 16 goals, 4 points, as well as a points percentage of .400. They have allowed 17 goals to be scored by of a combination of 11 goals at even strength and 6 goals while they had less men on the ice. The Oilers have scored 10 goals at even strength and 6 goals (8th in the league) while on the power play. They have earned 17 opportunities on the power play and they have earned a power play percentage of 35.29%. Edmonton has taken 158 shots (23rd in professional hockey) and has accumulated a shot percentage of 10.13%, while allowing the opposition 164 shots. They have accumulated a penalty kill percentage of 72.73% on their opponents 22 power play tries, and their save percentage is 89.6%.
Across the rink you will find Jack Campbell defending the goal. Campbell is the owner of a career mark of 73-40-14 and has played in 138 games. Campbell's quality start percentage sits at 55.5% and he has 71 quality starts in his NHL career. He has accounted for 3,574 saves out of 3,905 shots attempted, which gives him a save % of .915. The opposition is averaging 2.57 goals per game and he has relinquished 331 goals in total. He has started in 128 games and has been on the ice for 7,716 mins.
Who will win tonight's NHL game against the spread or moneyline?
Josh's Pick: Take Edmonton
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