Vegas Golden Knights vs Minnesota Wild: Picks, Odds, Prediction. Thursday 2020-03-12 2:00 am

On March 12, 2020, 2:00 am Minnesota Wild inside their house arena Xcel Energy Center Saint Paul Minnesota takes Vegas Golden Knights. Two representatives of one Western conference, but of different divisions: Minnesota Wild representative Central division, and Vegas Golden Knights representative Pacific division.

Vegas Golden Knights

At the moment Vegas Golden Knights took a comfortable position in the playoff zone 3 Western conference with 86 points. The Pacific division Vegas occupy position 1. Wards Peter DeBoer has to his credit 39 wins and 24 losses. From the last 10 games Golden Knights won 8. The guys spend quite confidently away / road games: 17 wins and 17 defeats in a season, 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 2.9.

Minnesota Wild

Currently, Minnesota Wild is outside the playoff zone in the 10 Western conference with 77 points. The Central division Minnesota occupy 6th position. Wards Bruce Boudreau has to his credit 35 wins and 27 losses. From the last 10 games won Wild 2. In its last match the team won. According to statistics home matches this season, the team won 19 and lost 11 games, 5 of them in overtime. On average, according to statistics of the current season of the regular season Minnesota Wild scoring 3.2 goals and passed 3.1.

Computer Picks

  • MIN Wild Money Line +100
  • Under 6.0 Game Totals -115

Injuries

  • Vegas Golden Knights: Max Pacioretty, Mark Stone, Chandler Stephenson, Alex Tuch
  • Minnesota Wild: Eric Staal, Carson Soucy

Betting Tips Statistic

Minnesota has an average of 3.16 goals per game.

Minnesota won 0.558% of the games this season

In 71 games that Golden Knights played away she was able to win 39 times


Vegas Golden Knights vs Minnesota Wild Prediction

The Golden Knights have been extremely kind to me lately, winning 11 of their last 13, so getting them at a low price is tempting. However, Minnesota is in dire need of wins to keep pace for the second wild card spot, and there aren’t many more opportunities for the Wild to make up ground in the hunt. The Wild have played their best hockey by far on home ice and have had the upper hand on Vegas winning 6 of the last 8 meetings, so I’ll take a shot with Minnesota to get the win at home as a dog here.