San Jose Sharks vs Philadelphia Flyers: Picks, Odds, Prediction. Tuesday 2020-02-25 2:00 am

On February 25, at 2:00 am Philadelphia Flyers inside their home stadium Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia Pennsylvania carries San Jose Sharks. Philadelphia Flyers representative of Eastern conference and Metropolitan division,San Jose Sharks representative of the Western conference and Pacific division.

San Jose Sharks

At the moment, San Jose Sharks is outside the playoff zone in the 13 Western conference with 56 points. The Pacific division San Jose take the 6th position. Wards Bob Boughner has to his credit 26 wins and 32 losses. From the last 10 games Sharks won 4. The boys are not too confident carried away / road games: 12 wins and 20 losses in a season, 3 of them in overtime. On average, according to statistics of the current season, the regular season, San Jose Sharks scoring 2.5 goals and passed 3.3.

Philadelphia Flyers

Currently, Philadelphia Flyers is in playoff zone 5 Eastern conference with 77 points. The Metropolitan division Philadelphia occupy the 3rd position. Wards Alain Vigneault has to his credit 35 wins and 20 losses. Flyers of the last 10 games won 7. In home matches Statistics team this season, won 21 and lost 5 games, 4 of them in overtime. On average, according to statistics of the current season, the regular season, Philadelphia Flyers scoring 3.2 goals and passed 2.9.

Computer Picks

  • SJ Sharks Money Line +175
  • Under 6.0 Game Totals -115

Injuries

  • San Jose Sharks: Logan Couture, Erik Karlsson, Dalton Prout, Tomas Hertl, Brandon Davidson, Melker Karlsson
  • Philadelphia Flyers: Nate Thompson, Derek Grant, Shayne Gostisbehere, Samuel Morin, Oskar Lindblom

Betting Tips Statistic

San Jose Sharks has a series of 4 defeats at the moment

In 62 games that San Jose Sharks played away she was able to win 26 times

In 62 games that Philadelphia Flyers played away she was able to win 35 times


San Jose Sharks vs Philadelphia Flyers Prediction

This is a really thick line for Philadelphia, especially when you consider how much success the Sharks have had against the Flyers, but the fact of the matter is that these two teams are just heading in different directions right now, and the Sharks didn’t make any moves at the trade deadline to convince me that they’re serious about making an attempt at a playoff push down the stretch. The Flyers continue to be lights out at home, and I just think they flex some muscle in this one so I’ll take Philadelphia and I’ll do so on the puck line to get the price down as well.