Islanders continue on the winning track
Islanders continue to perform well at Hemmais. After three straight losses, all on the move, it was time for a victory when Washington Capitals were defeated with 3-1 at the Barclays Center at the latest. The game was a really convincing bet, the defensive was really good and offensive delivered. Islanders are now in nine home wins of 12 possible, of which eight under regular playing time. Forward, you score 4.52 goals / match, a target crossing that underlines the team’s brutal home strength.
Islanders should be seen with great victory chances against a Dallas defender. In front of the home contest, you are inviting a fast-paced offensive hockey, you definitely think that you will continue on the winning track after winning the last race. Defensive additionally impressive is definitely a big plus. In the offensive, Bailey, Tavares, Barzal and Lee have starred this season, or what about 124 (!) Points combined? No, home team should definitely be seen with great victory chances. Do not see how to sum up this chance at homemais, especially given the weaknesses of the guests away.
Dallas gets tough
Dallas Stars stands out for the resistance. The guests started a four-game long walk by defeating New York Rangers after punishment, a victory that surprised me a little. Do you think played really well, especially in the first period when you dominated big. Then the match looked a little out. In the offensive you got a lot of positions that you should have managed, but the focus on goals was lacking. Tyler Seguin, who tops the team’s internal shooting and scoring tables, scored third for the third time in the last four matches.
On top of that, an important victory that halted a three-match long loss sweat, however, believes Stars get it tough when visiting an extremely home-made Islanders. Certainly, the away victory against Rangers was a heavy one, but the away game generally is far from the strongest side of the team – ten losses of 17 played away matches testify to it. To stand against the strongest home team in the series, which makes a little crazy 4.52 goals / match, does not make it easier.
Our Prediction: New York Islanders win @ 1.78