Nashville Predators are visited by Boston Bruins and here is the feeling that it can be quite a dense story. In the beginning of the season, there were two teams who had a little trouble getting it, but they both got up in November. It suddenly looks significantly more stable in both layers.
Last team meeting, Boston Bruins took a heavy 4-3 victory at home, in a match that was quite different from last season’s meetings. Then it became often much more objective. Before this meeting, it feels like that trend is heading back.
Boston Bruins is clearly better in our eyes when prioritizing the defense game. The 3-0 win against Philadelphia Flyers last was such an effort. Looking at the team’s latest games, the majority has finished with less than five goals.
No goal party to wait
Adam McQuaid and Peter Cehlarik have both been injured for a longer period and are expected not to be back in a few weeks for their Boston Bruins. In addition, Jake DeBrusk is injured and misses the match against Nashville Predators.
The home team possibly misses the offensive striker Ryan Johansen, while Scott Hartnell, Yannick Weber and Ryan Ellis are all definitely unavailable in this match.
Nashville Predators has played a couple of explosions lately, but now a game is waiting for a much more restrained team. It teaches the characteristic match image.
Our Prediction: Under 5,5 goals @ 1.96