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Arizona Coyotes vs Edmonton Oilers – Breakdown and Prediction

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Arizona Coyotes vs Edmonton Oilers: Edmonton is heating up

The Edmonton Oilers are hosting the Arizona Coyotes at Rogers Place on Friday.

The Coyotes have a solid week

The Arizona Coyotes are 13th in the Western Conference with a 34-40-5 record. The Coyotes have won three of their last four games and are coming off a 4-3 overtime win over the Vancouver Canucks. The Coyotes are 18th in the league, scoring 3.05 goals per game, and are ranked 25th, allowing 3.34. Clayton Keller leads the team with 73 points so far in the season, followed by Nick Schmaltz with 60.

The Oilers have won the last three games

The Edmonton Oilers are fifth in the Western Conference with a 48-24-5 record. They have won six of the last eight games and are coming off a 5-1 win over the defending champions, the Vegas Golden Knights. The Oilers are fourth in the league, scoring 3.60 goals per game and converting in 26.7% of power play situations. Defensively, they are ranked ninth, allowing 2.83 goals per game. Connor McDavid is having another impressive season, leading the league with 99 assists and being third with 130 total points.

Betting Trends

Edmonton has won the last 7 games against Arizona overall and 4 of the last 5 playing at home. The Oilers are 6-2 SU in their last 8 games overall and 6-0 SU in their last 6 home games. The Coyotes are 5-15 SU in their last 20 games overall.

Prediction and Conclusion

The Edmonton Oilers had many ups and downs this season, including one of the longest winning streaks in NHL history when they won 16 consecutive games. Currently, they are fifth in the Western Conference with a three-point deficit behind Winnipeg and Colorado, but the Oilers have five games left in the season, two more than the competitors, and have a legit chance to put themselves in a spot that will guarantee them a home-court advantage in the opening playoff round. The Coyotes are coming to Edmonton tonight. They are having a poor season but are playing quite well lately. However, if there is one team that has been totally dominating the Coyotes in recent years, that is Edmonton. With the stakes high, the Oilers will have another solid performance and win this one by covering the -1.5 puck line.

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