Minnesota Wild vs Edmonton Oilers: Picks, Odds, Prediction. Friday 2020-02-21 4:00 am

On February 21, at 4:00 am Edmonton Oilers and Minnesota Wild meet in the arena Rogers Place Edmonton Alberta. Two representatives of one Western conference, but of different divisions: Edmonton Oilers representative Pacific division, and Minnesota Wild representative Central division.

Minnesota Wild

Currently, Minnesota Wild is outside the playoff zone in the 11 Western conference with 63 points. The Central division Minnesota occupy 6th position. Wards Bruce Boudreau has to his credit 28 wins and 24 losses. From the last 10 games Wild won 6 guys not too confident carried away / road games: 11 wins and 17 defeats in a season, 2 of them in overtime. On average, scoring 3.0 goals and 3.2 are passed on statistics of the current season of the regular season Minnesota Wild.

Edmonton Oilers

Currently Edmonton Oilers is in playoff zone 5 Western conference with 71 points. The Pacific division Edmonton over 2 position. Wards Dave Tippett has to his credit 32 wins and 21 losses. From the last 10 games won Oilers 6. home matches Statistics team this season, won 15 and lost 9 games, 5 of them in overtime. On average, according to statistics of the current season of the regular season Edmonton Oilers scoring 3.1 goals and passed 3.0.

Computer Picks

  • EDM Oilers Money Line -115
  • Under 5.5 Game Totals -105

Injuries

  • Minnesota Wild: No Injuries
  • Edmonton Oilers: Kris Russell, James Neal, Zack Kassian, Oscar Klefbom, Connor McDavid, Joakim Nygard

Betting Tips Statistic

Minnesota Wild has 28 wins against 24 losses

Minnesota Wild won the last 1 games in a row

Oilers has 5th place in its conference


Minnesota Wild vs Edmonton Oilers Prediction

I get that the Wild have had a ton of success in Edmonton over the years, and the even/plus money (depending on where you look) could be worth a shot here based on that and the fact that the Wild finally got their first win under their new coach. However, the Wild still aren’t a great road team, and Edmonton just took a very good Boston team down to the wire on home ice last time out. You also have to imagine that the Oilers will have a little bit of extra pep in their step knowing that their captain, Connor McDavid could possibly return for this game and if it’s not this game, it’ll be very soon. Sometimes that just enough to give the guys an extra push, so I’ll lay the juice with the Oilers at home here.