The next competitive game which our experts and analysts have chose chosen is coming from USA. NHL action between New York Islanders and Minnesota Wild. Both sides will take a place in Barclays Center, Brooklyn, USA.
Minnesota Wild had been playing very well at home this year, but they come into the game after 3:2 home shootout loss to the Ducks and that was on the heels of a 5:2 home loss to the Washington Capitals. The hosts have had major issues in the crease this year as they have been the worst team in the league in terms of allowing goals. Really, they have been terrible at that end of the ice, but then they blanked the rangers at home by a score of 3-0 and followed it up with a 3:0 road win over the Hurricanes. They were their first two shutouts of the year.
The hosts have shocked just about everyone with shutouts in their last two games, but there will not be a third one. New York Islanders are still ranked last in the league in goals allowed and have given up 3.53 GPG at home. Minnesota Wild has been very strong in the crease at home, but away from home, they have allowed 3.59 GPG. Our recommendation is to play under 5.5 goals in the regular time its look a very great pick for betting.
The Minnesota Wild will host the St. Louis Blues in game one of the Western Conference Quarterfinals Wednesday night from the Xcel Energy Center. The Blues won the season series 3-2. We think the Blues will win at least one of the first two games in Minnesota and there is a good chance they take the Wild by surprise in this one.
The home team have won four of their last five games. The guests have three wins in a row before falling against Winnipeg Jets on 05.04.2017. Last game Minnesota Wild beat Arizona Coyotes with astonishing 1-3 away from home. St. Louis Blues have won four of the past five meetings. The visitors are more effective than their opponents. We think St. Louis Blues will record another win here.
Both teams are in good streaks right now. In their previous eight games, three games finished under five goals. We think here they will prove to their fans. Both teams will try to find the net, so our pick will be over 5.5 goals. We want to ensure our bet. Especially after the past few games we are going to make our pick more sure as we will make it to over 5.5 goals after overtime. This should not be a risky bet but we are confident in winning it as it is high time, so we can stop the negative serie.
It was so unlucky last night when Tampa Bay Lightning took a draw from Chicago Blackhawks in the regular time. It was bad for us but we will try to forget this game and look for the new interesting meetings.
Tonight we choose the game between two very matched and really good teams - Minnesota Wild and Washington Capitals. It is very hard to say which of those teams are better as they are both really good. Maybe we will go for the away team as they are playing away from home and they are in a winning streak.
It will be tough one and we expect lots of battle and not that many goals. The other reason, why we are going for the Capitals is the fact that, a few days ago both teams played together again in Washington and the game then finished with 4-2 for the Capitals. We doubt that tonight we are going to see something like this, but there is a big chance to see a win for the away team.
Yesterday we took almost the last game in NHL but we do not have more luck to finish a game in ordinary time. But today we will choice other interesting game for you Dear subscribers. We love that moment when Minnesota Wild played at home.
With a convincing home victory over San Jose under their belt, the Minnesota Wild (1st in Central Division) will remain in St. Paul to host the St. Louis Blues (4th in Central), who are coming off a win against Colorado. Minnesota’s third triumph in the past four contests (3-1-0). Zach Parise (15 goals, 29 points) returned from a three-game absence because of the mumps and scored on power play, giving the Wild their 16th man-advantage goal in the past 16 fixtures. The Wild are sitting 2nd in the NHL with 90 points from 63 outings and have leapfrogged the Chicago Blackhawks for the sole lead in the Central Division and the Western Conference.
Minnesota already has a 2-1-1 season total against the Blues with a 13-8 edge in regulation goals, and looks pretty certain to finish its head-to-head battle on a high here. The Blues have been playing some decent hockey since Mike Yeo took over as coach, but have dipped in form considerably lately, snapping their five-game losing skid with an expected win against the worst team in the league. The Wild, meanwhile, are still in top form and have won four of their last five home outings.
Tonight on the ice, the San Jose Sharks will battle it out with the Minnesota Wild at Xcel Energy Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Sharks enter this contest off a 3-1 home win over Vancouver and they have now won their last three games in a row, while the Wild come in off a 1-0 road loss to Columbus, but they still have won four of their last six games. The home team has won 16 of the last 21 games in this series.
The Minnesota Wild continue to lead the Central Division, but that lead is now down to just one point over the Blackhawks after Minnesota lost 1-o at Columbus and Chicago took down the Islanders in their last games respectively. The loss to the Blue Jackets was just the 4th time all year that they have been blanked and oddly enough, all four losses were by the same score of 1-0. Minnesota has now gone 19-11 on the road, while here at home they have gone a solid 22-9 on the year. Minnesota will be looking to avoid their first two-game losing streak since back in early December.
This should be a great game between a couple of division leaders this evening. The Wild have been a very good home team, while the Sharks have played well on the road the last couple of years. This will not be about the side. We feel that the game will be victory for domestic team.
Monday evening NHL action and the Los Angeles Kings will pay a visit to Xcel Energy Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota to rumble with the Minnesota wild.
The Kings enter this game off a solid 4-1 home win over Anaheim, while the Wild check in off a 5-3 home loss to the Blackhawks. The home team has won five of the last six games in this series.
The Los Angeles Kings are currently on the outside of the playoff picture looking in, but they are not that far out and they do come in off a nice 4-1 home win over the Anaheim Ducks. It was an important two points that they grabbed, but still they have plenty of work to do to get into the top eight of the Western Conference. The Minnesota Wild lead the Central Division and they are tied with Pittsburgh for the 2nd most points in the league with 84, but they are starting to feel some pressure in their division as the Blackhawks are sitting just three points behind them. In their last game, they fell at home to the Blackhawks by a score of 5-3 and that helped Chicago close the gap to just three behind.
The Kings are fighting for a playoff spot, while the Wild are fighting for ma division title and the number one seed in the West. This should be a good game and I also feel that it will be a low scoring game. They should be able to wake up the Minnesota offense in this one.
Today is going to be very interesting in NHL. The game will be held in Saint Paul on Xcel Energy Center, between Minnesota Wild and Chicago Blackhawks.
They did not take a rest soon. Both of the team will keep the same shape like yesterday. Guests perform very well outside. Chicago last five visits took evidently five victories with incredible goals difference. Minnesota as domestic team have too interesting five undefeated. It will be very effective meeting between these big team.
If there are no excesses on the ice, perhaps the victory will be take a Chicago Blackhawks. The bookmakers underestimate the guests with their performance.
Minnesota Wild versus Nashville Predators
Another match tomorrow is the Wild against the Predators.
We have the wild who are as hot as the Capitals playing at home against the 7th placed Predators. You can not go against the wild today as they have been winning consistently and Nashville has been too inconsistent this season same as last season, up and down, one day they win by 2-3 goals against a good team the next they lose against a below average team. Just stick eight the big boys here and take the nice multiplier.
The Wilds have a good defense with only 56 conceded in 28 home games and scored 95. The visitors has 80 conceded in 27 away games and only 72 scored which means they are losing team when playing away, their record is 11 wons 16 lost. We will take victory for domestic team.