Columbus Blue Jackets vs Calgary Flames: Picks, Odds, Prediction. Wednesday 2020-03-04 3:30 am

On March 04, 2020, 3:30 am Calgary Flames and Columbus Blue Jackets match in the arena Scotiabank Saddledome Calgary Alberta. Calgary Flames representative of Western conference and Pacific division,Columbus Blue Jackets representative of the Eastern conference and Metropolitan division.

Columbus Blue Jackets

At the moment, Columbus Blue Jackets are in playoff zone 8 Eastern conference with 78 points. The Metropolitan division Columbus occupy the 5 position. Wards John Tortorella has to his credit 32 wins and 21 losses. From the last 10 games Blue Jackets won the 2 guys are not too confident carried away / road games: 12 wins and 19 defeats in a season, 10 of them in overtime. On average, according to statistics of the current season, the regular season, Columbus Blue Jackets scoring 2.6 goals and passed 2.6.

Calgary Flames

At this time Calgary Flames in playoff zone is 6 Western conference with 75 points. The Pacific division Calgary occupy the 3rd position. Wards Geoff Ward has to his credit 34 wins and 26 losses. Flames of the last 10 games won 5. Statistically team home matches this season, won 20 and lost 14 games, 3 of them in overtime. On average, according to statistics of the current season of the regular season Calgary Flames scoring 2.9 goals and passed 3.1.

Computer Picks

  • CLB Blue Jackets +1.5 Puck Line -170
  • Over 5.5 Game Totals -130

Injuries

  • Columbus Blue Jackets: Nathan Gerbe, Cam Atkinson, Seth Jones, Josh Anderson, Oliver Bjorkstrand, Elvis Merzlikins, Alexandre Texier
  • Calgary Flames: Travis Hamonic

Betting Tips Statistic

Columbus won the last 1 games in a row

In 67 games that Columbus played away she was able to win 32 times

Flames has 3th place in its division


Columbus Blue Jackets vs Calgary Flames Prediction

This game for me is about picking the lesser of two evils as you have Columbus who still have issues buying a win right now against a Calgary team that’s been playing better but suddenly can’t win on home ice if their proverbial lives depended on it. With that said, these two teams only play twice a year, so head-to-head stats sometimes don’t hold as much water in an argument. Columbus can’t buy a win on the road lately, and the Flames are just playing the better hockey and are due for a bounce back performance at home here. I’ll side with Calgary to get the job done in regulation.