Minnesota with an absence defense game
Minnesota Wild blends and produces really. Bruce Boudreau’s men have two straight losses in the luggage and four losses in the last six games. 6-3 loss away towards St. Louis Blues was followed up with a 7-2 loss away from Winnipeg Jets last. 13 goals scored on the last two games, it is purely wrong. In the last six games, 25 goals have been released. The team’s goal difference is 72-74, which still describes it as well. It’s really not a coincidence that Minnesota has crossed the 5.5-line 62.5% of all matches this season. At the same time as the offensive pulled its strain, the defensive has underperformed significantly. Set to the latest matches, you have definitely reached the bottom.
On the whole, Minnesota feels very unstable. An unreliable offensive in combination with a defense game that tended to collapse completely. In the Western Conference table we find the team in a less flattering 12th place, with 10 wins and 13 losses after 23 played rounds. Given the lack of defense of the home team, it may be really hard when Vegas Golden Knights comes to visit. Definitely set for a targeted event.
Golden Knights with revansch to claim
Vegas Golden Knights went on a very surprising 3-0 loss home against Dallas Stars recently, a loss ending a five-match long win. I looked at the match myself when I sat on the coupon on the coupon, and I would like to claim that the result does not reflect the match image at all. There was really a troll in the goalkeeper for Golden Knights, who definitely bid for at least three to four goals in the match. But, all teams have such days. Before the loss, Golden Knights last had five straight wins in the bag, in which they made at least four goals.
Set to the season in its entirety, Golden Knights has exceeded all reasonable expectations of the team, and that with a shame. The club’s first NHL season ever. After 23 games played, we will find the team in a clear second place in the Western Conference table with 15 wins. Roughly impressive, I have to say. In particular, Gerard Gallant’s men have shown a sylvass effectiveness in front of goals, a target of 3.35 goals / match testifies to it. And as I mentioned above – at least four goals ahead in five of the last six games. Certainly speechless to Dallas lately, I think, however, I jump back on the right track when one – from a defensive perspective – unquestionably Minnesota stands for the resistance.
Our Prediction: Vegas Golden Knights over 2,5 goals @ 1.96