San Jose Sharks vs Winnipeg Jets: Picks, Odds, Prediction. Friday 2020-02-14 2:00 am

On Friday 14 February, at 2:00 am Winnipeg Jets in their home arena Bell MTS Place Winnipeg Manitoba carries San Jose Sharks. Two representatives of one Western conference, but of different divisions: Winnipeg Jets representative Central division, and San Jose Sharks representative Pacific division.

San Jose Sharks

At the moment, San Jose Sharks is outside the playoff zone in the 14 Western conference with 52 points. The Pacific division San Jose occupy the 7th position. Wards Bob Boughner has to his credit 24 wins and 28 losses. From the last 10 games Sharks won 4. The boys are not too confident carried away / road games: 10 wins and 17 defeats in a season, 3 of them in overtime. On average, according to statistics of the current season, the regular season, San Jose Sharks scoring 2.6 goals and passed 3.3.

Winnipeg Jets

At this time Winnipeg Jets is outside the playoff zone 9 Western conference with 63 points. The Central division Winnipeg occupy the 4th position. Wards Paul Maurice has to his credit 29 wins and 24 losses. From the last 10 games won Jets 4. home matches Statistics team this season, he won 14 and lost 13 matches, 3 of them in overtime. On average, according to statistics of the current season of the regular season Winnipeg Jets scoring 2.9 goals and passed 3.0.

Computer Picks

  • WIN Jets Money Line -145
  • Under 6.5 Game Totals -115

Injuries

  • San Jose Sharks: Logan Couture, Dalton Prout, Tomas Hertl
  • Winnipeg Jets: Bryan Little, Dustin Byfuglien, Blake Wheeler, Adam Lowry, Carl Dahlstrom, Tucker Poolman

Betting Tips Statistic

Of the last 10 games, San Jose has 4 wins

Of the last 10 games, Winnipeg Jets has 4 wins

In 56 games that San Jose played away she was able to win 24 times

Montreal Canadiens vs Pittsburgh Penguins Prediction

The plus money is tempting considering that both teams have six wins in their last ten games and Montreal needs to keep winning games to keep their attempted playoff push going. However, the Habs have needed the wins since the all-star break, and have folded kind of easily in their last couple of games, games that could’ve been huge confidence builders towards that goal of an eventual playoff spot. Pittsburgh lost to Tampa Bay, but with the way the Lightning have played as of late, there’s not a ton of shame in that. Bottom line is side-by-side, the Canadiens aren’t showing up in the bigger games, and I just think that Pittsburgh should be the play here and to get the price down, I’ll side with the Penguins in regulation.