Nashville Predators at St. Louis Blues
The Nashville Predators will head to St. Louis to take on the Blues in this Central Division matchup. The puck drop for this game is scheduled for 8:00 p.m. eastern from the Enterprise Center.
The Predators have lost back-to-back games heading into tonight’s contest. Their most recent loss was to the Bruins in overtime, where they were at least able to take a point home.
The Blues also come into this game after a loss. It took six goals to beat the Blues, but eventually, the Maple Leafs would go on to win 6-5.
Betting Analysis For Nashville Predators at St. Louis Blues
Nashville Predators Betting Stats & Analysis
In their most recent game to the Bruins, Nashville went down 0-2 to start the game before scoring a goal at the end of the first period to cut the lead to a single goal.
Nashville scored the lone goal in the second period, and it was 2-2 to start the third. Both teams scored a single goal in the third period, and the Bruins would go on to win the game in overtime less than two minutes into the overtime period.
The Predators have not had any new injuries or COVID issues since the game against Boston. At this time, the Predators will use the same roster that they used Saturday.
The only players currently listed on the Predators’ injured reserve list are Mattias Ekholm and Filip Forsberg. Both players had tested positive last week.
Roman Josi has been the main offensive standout for the Predators. He is currently leading the team with 39 points, scoring 13 goals, and assisting on 26 others.
In the last ten games, Josi has recorded a point in eight of them. In their last five games, the Predators are averaging 3.6 goals per game which are right around their season average of 3.08.
Juuse Saros has been the main goaltender for the Predators. He has a record of 20-10-2 and is giving up just 2.35 goals per game.
He is one win away from tying the most in his career, which was last year when he finished the season 21-11-1. Saros has to continue to be a big piece of the equation if the Predators are going to make a deep run in the playoffs.
St. Louis Blues Betting Stats & Analysis
The Blues got on the board first Saturday, but that would not last long with Toronto answering with three goals of their own before the first period ended. The Blues got three goals of their own in the second period, with Toronto only scoring a single goal, so the game was all squared at 4-4 heading into the third.
The Blues took the lead less than four minutes into the third period but could not get the cushion goal before Toronto came back with two of their own and went on to win 6-5.
The Blues have had a wild injured list as of late. It seems as if things are looking up, though, with Brayden Schenn, Colton Parayko, and Vladimir Tarasenko returning to the lineup this evening.
Left on the list, however, are Pavel Buchnevich and David Perron. Both players will still be out most of this week.
Jordan Kyrou has been the silent, workhorse leader for this Blues’ offense. He is leading the team with 39 points, scoring 14 goals, and assisting on 25 others.
Kyrou has also recorded a point in eight of their last ten games. While the offense seems to be going in the right direction, the goaltending is becoming a little more worrisome.
Jordan Binnington, who has been the Blues’ number one goaltender, has not been playing very well. With an 11-8-2 record, he is giving up over three goals per game.
The real issue for Binnington is Ville Husso; the backup goaltender has been playing really well. While he only has a 5-2 record, he is giving up just 2.13 goals per game.
Nashville Predators at St. Louis Blues NHL Betting Trends
If a bettor were to have placed a bet on the Nashville Predators moneyline for their last ten games, the bettor would have won the bet six times. If that bettor had taken the over in the total points for the last ten games, the bettor would have won seven times.
If the bettor had placed the same bet on the St. Louis Blues moneyline for their last ten games, the bettor would have won their bet seven times. If the bettor had taken the under for the total points in the last ten games, the bettor would have won six times.
Nashville Predators at St. Louis Blues NHL Betting Odds
BetOnline has the Blues as less of a favorite at -124. They also have the Predators as more of an underdog at +112.
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If a bettor were going to place a $100 wager on the moneyline favorite, the St. Louis Blues, they would have two odds to look at of -124 and -130.
If the bettor placed the bet at -130, and the Blues were to win, they would have a payout of $176.93. If the bettor placed the same bet at -124, the bettor would receive $180.65 if the Blues were to win.
If the bettor likes the underdog, the Nashville Predators, they would have odds ranging from +110 to +112. If the bettor placed the $100 bet on the Predators with +110 odds, the bettor would receive $210 if the Predators won.
If the bettor placed it at +112, the bettor would receive $212 if the Predators were to win.
OBS Betting Picks for Nashville Predators at St. Louis Blues NHL
This is a little closer to a pick’em. The Blues have been solid at home, but the Predators have also been good on the road. These two teams have also played each other before, which is usually a little more difficult.
The Predators won the first game 4-3 in overtime. Expect the Blues to come out firing early, especially getting everyone back off the list.
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