Anaheim Ducks vs San Jose Sharks

April 14, 2021

Anaheim Ducks vs San Jose Sharks
  • 10:30 p.m. @ SAP Center

This Wednesday night its a Hockey Battle in California, as the Anaheim Ducks head North up the Pacific Coast Highway to San Jose to take on the Sharks at the SAP Center.

The Home team the San Jose Sharks are playing with a record of eighteen wins, nineteen losses, and four draws. San Jose has taken 1,244 shots which is fifteenth in the NHL, and they have amassed a shot percentage of eight percent, as they have allowed their opponents to shoot 1,304 shots. The Sharks opposition has been on the power-play 134 times, and the Sharks have a penalty kill of eighty percent and save percentage of eighty-nine percent. The Sharks have been on the power-play 118 times, and have scored twenty times while playing a man up, which is the twenty-sixth best in the NHL. So far they have allowed 135 goals, and twenty-six of those goals were when they were shorthanded. This season the Sharks have totaled forty points and 108 goals overall. The last time they took the ice they lost to Anaheim, the Corsi for San Jose in this game came in at sixty-three percent showing that they are striving to improve in their next game. Why you should consider being a bookie?.

The Fenwick rate for the Sharks was sixty-five percent. The Sharks went zero for forty-six shots on net, and on their five power-play chances they weren’t able to find the back of the net. The man in between the pipes for the San Jose Sharks is Martin Jones, he has amassed 8,749 saves and has faced 9,627 shots, giving him a save percentage of .909. In his professional career, Martin Jones has a record of 186 wins, 129 losses, and twenty-seven draws and has been in net for 355 appearances. Jones has started in 348 games, and out of those starts, 184 were successful, giving him a good start rate of fifty-three percent when he is in net. In his 20,394 minutes in net he has given up a total of 878 goals, while currently allowing an average of two goals per game from the opposition. The challengers the Anaheim Ducks are currently playing with a record of thirteen wins, twenty-three losses, and seven draws, and they are looking like they are starting to get on the right path with their most recent victory. Becoming a bookie – 3 ways.

The Ducks of Anaheim have scored ninety-six goals which are one of the worst in the league right now and have let in 135 goals so far to their opponents. So far they have amassed thirty-three points, and on their ninety-three power-play chances they have scored ten times on those attempts. Then Anaheim’s opponents have been on the power-play 127 times this season, and the Ducks conceded twenty-eight goals. Overall they have given up 107 goals, and have faced 1,327 shots from their opponents as they sit on a save percentage of .898. Anaheim has taken 1,160 shots, giving them a shot percentage of eight percent. Their last time out on the ice the Ducks killed it shutting out the Sharks with a four–nothing victory. The Corsi rate for the Ducks came in at thirty-six percent, displaying that their performance on offense was superb. Bookie for Dummies Review.

Also, the Fenwick percentage came in at thirty-five percent. Anaheim won twenty face-offs, and lost twenty-two tries to possess the puck. They were on the power-play twice and only put one in the back of the net, and out of their twenty-one shots on net they managed to score four goals. On net for the Ducks is John Gibson, he has started in 307 games, and out of those games, 171 of them were successful, giving him a good start rate of .557. In his 18,022 minutes on the ice, he has faced 9,262 shots and has saved 8,493 of those shots giving him a save percentage of .917. Opponents have recorded 769 goals against him, as well as averaging two goals a game against him this season. Overall John Gibson has played in 315 professional hockey games and holds a record of 147 wins, 117 losses, and thirty-nine draws. This California showdown is looking to be a great one, the Ducks are looking to score another win over the Sharks. Will they remain victorious or will the Sharks come back with a vengeance and make their win look like a fluke.

At our pick to win this game against the spread is going to the San Jose Sharks. With the introduction of a greater variety of hockey prop bets, alternative lines, and live betting Ace Per Head is revolutionizing the way people bet on hockey. The easy-to-use NHL betting software platform that is available to all mobile devices makes betting on the go safe and fun for all players. Top Pro Bookmaker tips.

Anaheim Ducks:

  • Total: 5.5  -102

San Jose Sharks:

  • Total: 5.5  110

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