Calgary Flames blends and yields
Calgary Flames has mixed and given this season. We find the team in a 10th place in the Western Conference table, with 14 wins and 12 losses on 26 played matches. The form of the day is two-win with two wins and two losses on the last two matches. You will last from a 5-7 loss home to Edmonton, in an event that featured most. Flames is a team I had high expectations for the season, a team of high capacity – not least in the offensive. Think definitely that you solve the final game ticket when the game is loosening. At home in Scotiabank Saddledome, seven of 14 played matches have been won, a figure corresponding to 50% of the matches. In front you score 3.00 goals / match – a figure that still testifies to a tight goal shooter. Flames should of course be seen with great victory chances when a foul Flyers comes to visit.
Eleventh straight defeat for Flyers?
Philadelphia Flyers is a team in total crisis. Coach Dave Hakstol is extremely risky – what can you expect for ten (!) Straight losses? The fans clearly mark their dissatisfaction, and soon the heads begin to roll. Flyers has not shown the slightest tendency to a trend break, but it looks worse for each match. Lastly, they fell 3-0 at home against Boston Bruins – another loss while leaving the ice without speech. Total one goal forward on the last two games. 19-38 in goal difference on the top 10 matches. As I said – total crisis. Now a three-match awaiting a long walk, which is set against Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver. Looks really dark for Flyers, whose veterans underperformed this season. The whole team in its entirety done. I really do not see the trend wait for Calgary Flames, which in my book is at least two to three classes stronger.
Our Prediction: Calgary Flames win @ 1.65