Edmonton Oilers vs Vegas Golden Knights: Picks, Odds, Prediction. Wednesday 2020-02-26 5:30 am

On February 26, at 5:30 am Vegas Golden Knights in their house stadium T-Mobile Arena Las Vegas Nevada carries Edmonton Oilers. Both teams are representatives of one Western conference and one Pacific division.

Edmonton Oilers

At this time Edmonton Oilers in the playoffs is zone 6 Western conference with 74 points. The Pacific division Edmonton occupy the 3rd position. Wards Dave Tippett has to his credit 33 wins and 22 losses. From the last 10 games won Oilers 5. The guys spend quite confidently away / road games: 18 wins and 15 defeats in a season, 3 of them in overtime. On average, according to statistics of the current season of the regular season Edmonton Oilers scoring 3.2 goals and passed 3.1.

Vegas Golden Knights

At the moment Vegas Golden Knights took a comfortable position in the playoff zone 4 Western conference with 76 points. The Pacific division Vegas occupy position 1. Wards Peter DeBoer has to his credit 34 wins and 22 losses. From the last 10 games Golden Knights won 7. According to statistics home matches this season, the team won 19 and lost 10 games, 4 of them in overtime. On average, according to statistics of the current season of the regular season Vegas Golden Knights scoring 3.2 goals and passed 3.0.

Computer Picks

  • EDM Oilers +1.5 Puck Line -140
  • Over 6.5 Game Totals -110

Injuries

  • Edmonton Oilers: Kris Russell, James Neal, Zack Kassian, Oscar Klefbom, Joakim Nygard
  • Vegas Golden Knights: Robin Lehner, Nick Cousins, Alex Tuch

Betting Tips Statistic

Vegas has 34 wins against 22 losses

In 64 games that Vegas played away she was able to win 34 times

Edmonton Oilers has 3th place in its division


Edmonton Oilers vs Vegas Golden Knights Prediction

The heavy plus money with the Oilers is tempting as Edmonton is still a really good team. However, the Oilers have historically been bad on the second half of a back-to-back, and Edmonton didn’t look all that great in losing to the Ducks, and now they have to go on a back-to-back and face a red-hot Vegas team? No thank you. I think Vegas and the rest advantage will be too much for Edmonton to overcome here, so I’ll back the Golden Knights on the puck line in what could end up being a 4-2 or 5-3 game.