Rangers dominant at home maiden
Rangers should definitely be seen with great victory chances when Dallas Stars are coming to visit. At Madison Square Garden, Rangers has gotten up speedily – 10 (!) Winnings on the 11 most recent home matches, of which eight win with at least two goals. Make at least four goals in nine of these winnings. Figures that, according to me, underline the rugged home power you possess. Clearly overall, the form is won with seven wins on the nine last matches. We can probably say that the team’s bad season introduction is a mere memory.
A player convincing in the offensive is Mats Zuccarello. The 30-year-old scored two goals in the 5-2 victory against New Jersey Devils last, all in all, Zuccarello has been noted for seven goals and 17 assists this season. Tops the team’s internal scoring. Mika Zibanejad is still missing due to injury, but according to the latest reports, it will be on the recovery road. Rangers, however, has sharpened Sweden’s absence in a brilliant manner, not least in powerplay where Zibanejad is usually an important ball. On the whole, Rangers should be seen with finer victory chances against a formidable Dallas inatt, especially at Hemmais where there is currently a rough dominant one.
Fourth straight loss for Dallas?
Dallas comes to the match with three straight losses in the luggage, with a goal difference of 5-13. Big question marks around the day shape in other words. The game has looked very awkward, not least in the defense game where you have bidden too much. The offensive, which looked really good during the season’s introduction, has not come up by default. Most of all, I think Tyler Seguin looked worried about it. The 25-year-olds tops the team’s internal scoring with 28 points in 30 games played, but has only helped with the last three games. Still no goals.
Martin Hanzel is drawn with a thigh injury and is a major question mark for the night’s injury, in addition, Greg Pateryn missed yesterday’s training due to injury. Antoine Roussel is out with a shoulder injury. Tough break for Dallas inatt. In combination with the bad form shown lately, I think it’s going to be sweaty against Rangers, one of the league’s harshest strongholds. 10 wins on the 11 most recent home matches speak their clear language. Fourth straight defeat feels really close.
Our Prediction: New York Rangers win @ 1.72