Chicago Blackhawks vs St. Louis Blues: Picks, Odds, Prediction. Tuesday 2020-02-25 3:00 am

On Tuesday 25 February, at 3:00 am St. Louis Blues in their house stadium Enterprise Center Saint Louis Missouri takes Chicago Blackhawks. Both teams are representatives of one Western conference and one Central division.

Chicago Blackhawks

At the moment, Chicago Blackhawks is outside the playoff zone in the 12 Western conference with 62 points. The Central division Chicago occupy the 7th position. Wards Jeremy Colliton has to his credit 27 wins and 27 losses. From the last 10 games Blackhawks won 2 guys are not too confident carried away / road games: 14 wins and 18 defeats in a season, 4 of them in overtime. On average, according to statistics of the current season of the regular Chicago Blackhawks championship scoring 2.9 goals and passed 3.1.

St. Louis Blues

At this point St. Louis Blues are a leader and Western conference Central division. Wards Craig Berube has to his credit 36 ​​wins and 17 losses. From the last 10 games won Blues 5. home matches Statistics team this season, won 20 and lost 6 games, 5 of them in overtime. On average, according to statistics of the current season of the regular season St. Louis Blues scoring 3.2 goals and passed 2.7.

Computer Picks

  • STL Blues -1.5 Puck Line +120
  • Under 6.0 Game Totals -110

Injuries

  • Chicago Blackhawks: Brent Seabrook, Zack Smith, Calvin de Haan, Andrew Shaw, Malcolm Subban
  • St. Louis Blues: Jay Bouwmeester, Tyler Bozak, Vladimir Tarasenko

Betting Tips Statistic

Of the last 10 games, Chicago Blackhawks has 2 wins

St Louis has an average of 3.16 goals per game.

St Louis has 36 wins against 17 losses


Chicago Blackhawks vs St. Louis Blues Prediction

If you had given me this line just a few weeks ago with the roll Chicago was on, I’d take the plus money in a heartbeat. But right now, Chicago has me shaking my head after the trade deadline. You get yourselves into a playoff position after struggling for a good chunk of the first half, look like a team that’s primed to make an attempt at a playoff run, and then you trade Robin Lehner, arguably your number one goaltender, for draft picks and Malcolm Subban who was a questionable backup in Vegas to begin with? Chicago’s GM should be fired for that alone, but that’s another story for another day. The Blues are starting to look like the defending champions again, and are looking like they’re ready to defend their title come playoff time. I’ll side with St. Louis here and I’ll do so on the puck line as I think the Blues flatten the Blackhawks here.