Late as the night to Tuesday, Swedish time is the time for the meeting between Edmonton Oilers and Florida Panthers across the Atlantic. It is of course NHL we are talking about here and in advance it feels like talking a lot about the fact that an intense story is waiting and waiting.
These are two teams, both of which are harrowing around in the lower part of the table and which feel uncomfortable close to being concerned about cutting a place to the playoffs. The rejection? It might be possible. On the other hand, it’s just here and now everything is at stake and if it’s going to be an ending adventure, it’s time to get up.
Florida Panthers have a slight advantage of between 2-5 (!) Matches less played than many other competitors, after which they could climb quickly in the table at a strong trend. With four wins in the last five, there is also reason to hope for such a trend.
Games in the target market
For resistance, now there is an Edmonton Oilers that also has a rough bottom and which unfortunately does not have a form that speaks for the trend to break. Four losses in the last five and lots of goals scored mean we simply do not know to invest any confidence in the home team here.
The home team here turns into games without a few heavy players, including Adam Larssn and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins. In addition, Andrej Sekera and Drake Caggiula are highly unsafe for play.
For the visitors, only goalkeeper Roberto Luongo is uncertain. By the way, Florida Panthers can put the best possible layers on the ice.
Here we think that the teams, who often play very even matches against each other, will do the same again. On the paper there are two fairly even teams and probably the home-board advantage plans out the advantage of Florida Panthers right now regarding the shape.
Our Prediction: Florida Panthers over 2,5 goals @ 4.15