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Vegas Golden Knights vs Vancouver Canucks – Breakdown and Prediction

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Vegas Golden Knights vs Vancouver Canucks: Both teams are coming off losses

The Vancouver Canucks are hosting the Vegas Golden Knights at Rogers Arena on Monday.

The Golden Knights are still hanging on for the playoffs

The Vegas Golden Knights are eighth in the Western Conference with a 42-26-8 record. After winning three consecutive games, the Golden Knights lost 7-4 to the Arizona Coyotes. The defending champions are 11th in the league, allowing 2.95 goals per game, and are ranked 14th, scoring 3.21. Jonathan Marchessault leads the team with 66 points so far in the season.

The Canucks have slipped from the top of the conference

The Vancouver Canucks are second in the Western Conference with a 47-22-8 record. The Canucks have lost four of the last six games and are coming off a 6-3 loss to the Los Angeles Kings. Vancouver is sixth in the league, allowing 2.70 goals per game, and is ranked one spot lower, scoring 3.42 goals per game. JT Miller is having a solid season with 97 points, followed by Elias Pettersson with 86.

Betting Trends

The Canucks have played under the total goal line in 11 of their last 15 games overall, in 6 of the last 7 home games and 4 of the last 6 games against teams from the Western Conference. The Golden Knights have played under in 8 of the last 12 road games and in 8 of the last 10 games against teams from the Pacific Division.

Prediction and Conclusion

The defending champions, the Vegas Golden Knights, are going into the last week of the regular season with many insecurities. They are in a hold of the last spot that leads into the playoffs but have only a five-point advantage over the St. Louis Blues. The Canucks are in a much better position, being second in the West, but they are not particularly happy about it since they were on top of the conference most of the season and now trail five points behind the Dallas Stars. The stakes are high for both teams in this match. Last week, Vegas won 6-3 at home against the Canucks, but this time there will not be a lot of scoring, and this game is expected to stay under 6.5 goals in total.

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