Winnipeg Jets at Montreal Canadiens - 4/11/22 NHL Picks and Prediction
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Montreal Canadiens (20-41-11) vs Winnipeg Jets (33-28-11)
Game Info: Monday, April 11, 2022 at 7:00 pm (Bell Centre)
Betting Odds: Montreal Canadiens +200 / Winnipeg Jets +100 --- Over/Under: 5.5 Click Here for the Latest Odds
The Montreal Canadiens host the Winnipeg Jets in Monday NHL Action.
The Winnipeg Jets come into this road contest with an overall record of 33-28-11. Through 72 games, the Jets are 6th in the Central Division. On the season, they have found the net 222 times, good for a rank of 17th among NHL teams. Heading into the game, Winnipeg is the 19th ranked defensive team, allowing opponents to score at an average rate of 3.1 goals per game. So far, the Jets have a strength of schedule rating of 16th in the league. When diving into their opponent-adjusted scoring margin, they come into this game as the 19th ranked team in the NHL.
The Montreal Canadiens get set to host the Winnipeg Jets with an overall record of 20-41-11. This mark places them 8th in the Atlantic division. Through 72 games, the Canadiens have scored 190 goals, giving them an average of 2.6. This output gives them a rank of 26th among NHL teams.On defense, Montreal is the 31st ranked unit, giving up 3.79 goals per contest. So far, the Canadiens have played the 6th toughest schedule in the league. And, when taking into account Montreal's scoring margin relative to the quality of their competition, they come in with a power ranking of 31st in the NHL.
Through 69 games, the Winnipeg Jets goal and overall scoring leader is Kyle Connor with 82 points. He has reached his mark of 41 goals, on a shooting percentage of 14.3%. So far, 17.0% of his goals have come during power play time. Behind him is Mark Scheifele, who has 40 assists to go along with his 29 goals. However, when on the ice, the Jets are -19 in scoring differential. Winnipeg's top goalie is Connor Hellebuyck, who is giving up an average of 2.94 goals per game. In his 60 games played, he has turned in 35 quality starts, giving him a quality start percentage above the league average.
Through 72 games, the Montreal Canadiens' goal and overall scoring leader is Nick Suzuki, with 54 points. He has reached his mark of 19 goals, on a shooting percentage of 11.1%. So far, 42.0% of his goals have come during power play time. Behind him is Cole Caufield, who has 20 assists to go along with his 18 goals. However, when on the ice, the Canadiens are -19 in scoring differential. Montreal's top goalie is Jake Allen, who is giving up an average of 3.3 goals per game. In his 35 games played, he has come up with a quality start just 45 percent of the time.
On the season, the Winnipeg Jets have a per-game scoring differential of -0.07. Things haven't gone any better on the road as they losing road games by an average of -0.57 goals. As the Winnipeg Jets get set to take on the Canadiens, they have a below .500 record over their past five games, going 1-4. During this stretch, they have scored 13 goals, accounting for 39.0% of the scoring in these contests. On the other side, the Montreal Canadiens have a per-game scoring differential of -1.18. Things haven't gone any better at home, as they are losing home games by an average of -1.34 goals. Look for the Jets to take advantage of a struggling Canadiens unit, picking up a road win.
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