Edmonton Oilers vs Los Angeles Kings Odds & Info
|Game||Edmonton Oilers vs Los Angeles Kings|
|Date & Time||Saturday May 14, 2022, 10:00 PM (EDT)|
Rogers Place Rogers Place, Edmonton, Canada
EDM -220 ; O/U 6.5
In one of the game sevens played for the Western Conference first round of the NHL playoffs on Saturday the Los Angeles Kings will travel on the road to Canada to face off against the Edmonton Oilers for a scheduled puck drop time of 10 PM Eastern. This game will be available on ESPN. Los Angeles has a record on the year of 44–27, and have had goaltending struggles in this series. Edmonton has scored a total of 23 goals in the last five games.
The Edmonton Oilers come into this game with a record on the regular season of 49–27, and in the last game between these two teams, Connor McDavid had one goal to go along with two assists. Tyson Barrie had one goal in the game, and Evander Kane added two goals.
Connor McDavid is the team leader for the Edmonton Oilers in points with 123 on the season to go along with 44 goals and the team lead in assists with 79, 34 of those coming on the power play and is a +28 on the season. Leon Draisaitl is the team leader for the Edmonton Oilers and goals with 55, 24 of those coming on the power play on to 178 shots on goal this season.
Anze Kopitar is the team leader for Los Angeles in points with 67, to go along with 19 goals, and the team lead for Los Angeles in assists with 48, 16 of those coming on the power play and is a -6 on the season. Adrian Kempe is the team leader for Los Angeles and goals with 35, six of those coming on the power play and he's had 247 shots on goal this season.
Recent Betting Trends
- The Kings are 8-4 in their last 12 games.
- The total has gone over in 6 out of the last 9 Kings road games.
- The Oilers are 10-4 in their last 14 games.
- The Oilers are 15-3 in their last 18 games.
Free NHL Pick:
Edmonton is scoring 3.48 goals per game however are allowing their opponents 3.06 on average. Edmonton has more penalty minutes than Los Angeles giving the kings a good power-play advantage. The problem is, Los Angeles has only scored 40 power-play goals all season as Edmonton has scored 61. We see the Edmonton Oilers moving onto the second round of the NHL playoffs in this match up. Final Score Prediction: Edmonton Oilers win by the score 6–4.