It is set for an entertaining and goal-oriented event when two powerful teams in the form of the New York Islander and Colorado Avalanche collide intact.
Islanders has won four of the last six games, and interesting is that all six matches have gone over the 6.5 line. Five of the matches have also gone above the 7.5 line (!). Target worse for Islanders who proved a rude impressive offensive this season. Forward, you score 3.62 goals / match, at home in the Barclays Center you score sensible 4.8 goals / match. While the offensive has strengthened its shares, the defense game has left much to be desired, a fact that actually ended in the shadow of the fine offensive man shown. 21 in the last six matches say the most. The team’s goal difference is 48-42 and it puts the finger on each team on target. New goalkeeper to wait tonight?
Colorado Avalanche comes to the match with three straight wins in the luggage, as well as four wins on the last five matches. Convincing form curve. Just like the home team, you have shown a nice goalkeeper this season, six of the team’s 11 played matches have crossed the 5.5-line and forward you get 3,31 times the money. The goal difference is 44-41 – full delivery forward, weak in the defense game. The team’s six last matches have crossed the 6.5-line, four of these matches have crossed the 7.5-line. Numbers that speak their clear language.
Over 5.5 goals are available to cut 1.70 times the money and I take a stand.
Another point I have to pay attention to is John Tavares as goalkeeper for his Islanders to 2.32 times the money. The captain has scored 12 goals on 13 games played this season, and the goal form feels rubbish hot at the moment. Nine goals have been delivered on the last five matches, and interesting is that the 27-year-old has scored 13 shots on the last two matches. That said, rugged goal shape on Tavares and goalkeeper games must be tested.
Our Prediction: Colorado Avalanche win @ 2.32