Anaheim Ducks vs Colorado Avalanche: Picks, Odds, Prediction. Wednesday 2020-03-04 4:30 am

On March 04, at 4:30 am Colorado Avalanche in their home stadium Pepsi Center Denver Colorado carries Anaheim Ducks. Two representatives of one Western conference, but of different divisions: Colorado Avalanche representative Central division, and Anaheim Ducks representative Pacific division.

Anaheim Ducks

At the moment, Anaheim Ducks is outside the playoff zone in the 14 Western conference with 60 points. The Pacific division Anaheim occupy the 7th position. Wards Dallas Eakins has to his credit 26 wins and 32 losses. Ducks of the last 10 games won 3. The guys are not too confident carried away / road games: 12 wins and 22 defeats in a season, 4 of them in overtime. On average, according to statistics of the current season of the regular season Anaheim Ducks scoring 2.5 goals and passed 3.2.

Colorado Avalanche

At the moment, Colorado Avalanche takes a comfortable position in the playoff zone 2 Western conference with 87 points. The Central division Colorado over 2 position. Wards Jared Bednar has to his credit 40 wins and 18 losses. From the last 10 games Avalanche won 7. According to statistics home matches this season, the team won 23 and lost 9 matches, 2 of them in overtime. On average, according to statistics of the current season of the regular season Colorado Avalanche scoring 3.4 goals and passed 2.6.

Computer Picks

  • ANA Ducks +1.5 Puck Line -115
  • Under 5.5 Game Totals +105

Injuries

  • Anaheim Ducks: Ryan Kesler, Cam Fowler, Erik Gudbranson, Hampus Lindholm
  • Colorado Avalanche: Colin Wilson, Nazem Kadri, Matt Calvert, Philipp Grubauer, Andre Burakovsky, Mikko Rantanen, Cale Makar

Betting Tips Statistic

In 65 games that Colorado played away she was able to win 40 times

Anaheim Ducks has 14th place in conference

Anaheim Ducks has 7th place in its division


Anaheim Ducks vs Colorado Avalanche Prediction

The Ducks have had success against Colorado in recent years, but let’s be honest, that was then and this is now. I don’t want any part of the Ducks, especially on a back-to-back against a Colorado team that’s rolling along, red-hot with seven straight wins and playing a Ducks team that used both of their goaltenders last night. This game has beatdown written all over it in my opinion, so I’ll side with the Avalanche on the puck line to get the price down.