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Nashville Predators @ Edmonton Oilers Hockey » USA » NHL » 27 Oct 2018, 21:00 Nashville Predators Nashville has been among the top three NHLs for the last three years, and is not complaining that his goal for this season is to win the Stanley Cup. He was close to two years ago when he was in the play-off final, but it was not enough for Pittsburgh, and he did not get so far last year, even though the base was a great one. This year's Predators have great entry into the season, after ten played blinds they have recorded sixteen points and are the first in the West Conference. No other team in the NHL has more points. Nashville has a great form, winning six of the last seven games. Last defeated 4:3 on New Jersey raids. At home, Nashville played five matches and three of them won and two lost. Last time fired 4:5 San Jose. Edmonton Oilers Edmonton is the Connora McDavida team. At this moment, perhaps the best hockey player in the world, lies with all responsibility. The team is unhealthy addicted to him and his captain was at most of his goals. Edmonton's main goal for this year's tournament is to avoid the past bad season and to go back to the playoffs after two years. Meanwhile, Edmonton is the eighth place in the Western Conference and fifth in the Pacific Division after eight matches. Last time Edmonton managed to win after two defeats when he beat home 4:1 Washington. Oilers have played four matches at their stadiums. The first two lost, but the other two left as winners. Last time they beat 5:4 in Winnipeg strong win, even though they lost 1:4. Head to head matches This season, these two teams have already played and Nashville on Ice Edmonton has won 3-0. In the second period, P.K. Subban and Viktor Arvidsson scored in the third goal and Roman Josi finished in the third goal. Nashville has done a great deal against Edmonton lately. It's unbelievable, but the Predators Oilers have beaten thirteen times in a row. At home Nashville defeated Edmonton five times in a row. So I looked closer to this game and after all the factors were evaluated [CF/G, CA/G, CF%, oiSH%, oiSV%, PP%, PK%, PDO, PTS %, xGF, xGA] I see a real odds on the Predators @1.33, time for me to bet this match, GL. Nashville Predators: Saros (Grosenick) – Ellis (A), Josi (C), P. K. Subban, Ekholm, Y. Weber, Bitetto – Arvidsson (A), Johansen, F. Forsberg – C. Smith, Turris, Grimaldi – Fiala, Sissons, Järnkrok – Hartman, Bonino, Rinaldo. Edmonton Oilers: Koskinen (Talbot) – A. Larsson (A), Klefbom, Russell, Nurse, Bouchard, Gravel – Yamamoto, McDavid (C), Nugent-Hopkins (A) – Chiasson, Draisaitl, Rieder – Caggiula, R. Strome, Lucic – Marody, Brodziak, Khaira. Hebert, Peel – Murphy, Baker
Sweden Allsvenskan Karlskoga v Almtuna Over 5.5 @ 2.35 with Bet365 The odds dropped a bit here but it still looks a value bet to me. Karlskoga are 6/10 with over 2.5 at home, with 4 of last 5 landing and the only one that missed had 5 goals. Almtuna are 7/10 with over 2.5 away, with 4 of last 5 landing as well 5 of last 7 H2H covered this line, including last 2 played in Karlskoga.
Ice Hockey > NHL Colorado Avalanche vs New York Rangers Colorado Avalanche has 4 wins 9 lose when New York Rangers has 8 wins 4 lose. It might be easy to pick Rangers without a doubt but they have no away win yet. So it's better not to pick one of these two. But Rangers is a good team when it comes to score. My pick is Over (4.5). Pick: Over (4.5) Odd: 1.55 (bwin)