Colorado Avalanche vs St Louis Blues
April 24, 2021
3:00 p.m. @ Enterprise Center
This Saturday afternoon the St. Louis Blues host the Colorado Avalanche for some NHL action.
The Blues are going into this contest with a record of nineteen wins, nineteen losses, and six draws so far this season. St. Louis has taken 1,311 shots on net which is the twenty-sixth best in pro hockey, while they have allowed their opponents to shoot 1,313 shots against them. The Blues own save percentage of eighty-nine percent, and a penalty kill of seventy-six percent, on the 141 power-play opportunities they gave up. St. Louis has been on the power-play 129 times and has scored twenty-six goals while playing a man up. So far this season they have permitted 137 goals to be scored on them, and thirty-four of them were while they were handicapped playing a man down. The St. Louis Blues own forty-four points, and have recorded 124 goals up to this point in their season. The last time St. Louis took the ice they actually lost to Colorado. The Blues compiled five power-play chances and connected on one of those tries. How Bookmakers Service Their Clients.
The Fenwick for St. Louis came in at fifty0three percent, and the Corsi for the Blues was at sixty-two percent. After their loss tot the Avalanche, this St. Louis team is looking for revenge as they are on the hunt for that bounce-back victory. The man in net for the Blues is Jordan Binnington, in his 116 professional games, he has a record of sixty-six wins, thirty-two losses, and thirteen draws. While in net he has faced 3,174 shots and saved 2,902 of them earning him a save percentage of .914. Binnington has a successful start in 65/112 of his starting assignments, giving him a quality start percentage of fifty-eight percent. While being on the ice for a total of 6,733 minutes he has given up a total of 272 goals, and opponents are currently averaging 2 goals a game against him. The away team the Colorado Avalanche are the favorites going into this contest, and they own a record of Thirty-one wins nine losses and four draws. The Colorado Avalanche are ranked 2nd in the Western Conference and have put up 158 goals which are the third-best in the NHL, while they have relinquished 102 goals to the opposition. This year they have amassed sixty-six points, and as far as power-plays goes they have had a man advantage 166 times this season, and have scored thirty-nine goals while a man up. At even strength, the Avalanches´ opponents have scored seventy-seven goals, while the Avalanches´ have 119 on their own. Find Pay Per Head Service for Your Successful Sportsbook Business.
Colorado has launched 1,526 shots on net, while they have faced 1,129 shots granting them a save percentage of .910. Lastly, on their 144 power-play chances, the Colorado Avalanche has netted twenty-five goals. The last time they took the ice the Avalanche beat the Blues 4-2. The Corsi for Colorado came in at thirty-eight percent, while the Fenwick sits at forty-seven percent for this matchup. The Avalanche were great on offense in this game, and it was clear to see they are on a hot streak after this victory. They had to serve a total of ten minutes in the penalty box, and at the face-off circle they amassed fifteen wins, and nineteen losses to try and possess the puck. On their five power-play chances in this game, they managed to convert on one try, and overall they netted four out of twenty-nine shots on net. The man protecting the crease is Devan Dubnyk, he has played in a total of 539 games and has compiled a professional record of 252 wins, 204 losses, and fifty-four draws. He has had a successful start in 277/511 assigned starts, granting him a quality start percentage of .542. While in net he has faced 15,453 shots and has made 14,126 saves giving him a save percentage of .914. During Dubnyk’s 30,617 minutes on the ice, he has given up 1,327 goals to opponents, while he is currently letting in an average of two goals per game. This battle between the St. Louis Blues and the Colorado Avalanche is looking to be an intense one, while the Avalanche have been killing it in the Western Conference, this Blues team has great depth and talent in their lineup and are looking to bounce back and get a winning home. A Great Way for Online Bookmakers to Make Money.
At Ace Per Head.com our pick to win this game against the spread is going to the 2019 Stanley Cup Champions the St. Louis Blues.
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