Colorado Avalanche vs Vancouver Canucks: Picks, Odds, Prediction. Friday 2020-03-06 5:00 am

On March 06, at 5:00 am Vancouver Canucks inside their house arena Rogers Arena Vancouver British Columbia takes Colorado Avalanche. Two representatives of one Western conference, but of different divisions: Vancouver Canucks representative Pacific division, and Colorado Avalanche representative Central division.

Colorado Avalanche

At the moment, Colorado Avalanche takes a comfortable position in the playoff zone 2 Western conference with 88 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. The guys spend quite confidently away / road games: 23 wins and 11 defeats in a season, 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 2.7.

Vancouver Canucks

At the moment, Vancouver Canucks is in playoff zone 8 Western conference with 74 points. The Pacific division Vancouver occupy the 4th position. Travis Green wards have to his credit 34 wins and 26 losses. From the last 10 games Canucks have won 4 home matches According to statistics team this season, won 14 and lost 18 matches, two of them in overtime. On average, according to statistics of the current season of the regular season Vancouver Canucks scoring 3.2 goals and passed 3.1.

Computer Picks

  • COL Avalanche -1.5 Puck Line +180
  • Over 5.5 Game Totals -120

Injuries

  • Colorado Avalanche: Colin Wilson, Nazem Kadri, Matt Calvert, Philipp Grubauer, Andre Burakovsky, Mikko Rantanen, Cale Makar
  • Vancouver Canucks: Jay Beagle, Tyler Myers, Jacob Markstrom, Josh Leivo, Micheal Ferland, Brock Boeser

Betting Tips Statistic

Canucks won 0.561% of the games this season

Vancouver Canucks has a series of 4 defeats at the moment

Avalanche has 2th place in its division


Colorado Avalanche vs Vancouver Canucks Prediction

The Colorado Avalanche should be favored and should get the job done against a slumping Canucks team, but I’m siding with the over in this spot. Five of the last seven meetings between the Avalanche and Canucks have produced six or more goals and the last four meetings overall are averaging 8.25 goals. The over has cashed each of the last four times in Vancouver, and the over has been a dominant trend for the Canucks overall these last few weeks. I’ll take the over.