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Prediction for the NHL Colorado Avalanche vs Arizona Coyotes match which will take place on March 25th. Who will turn out to be stronger? Check the team conditions! Several betting options are available.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
In the current season, Colorado is in the rank of the recent Stanley Cup winner. The Avalanche played the first half of the regular season like not-a-champion, but numerous injuries and losses of crucial hockey players are to blame for that. Slowly, the personnel situation stabilized, which led to improved results. Now there is no doubt that the Avalanches will make it to the playoffs, where they will again be among the leading competitors for the trophy. In the last seven meetings, the wards of Jared Bednar have won six victories, losing only to Pittsburgh – 2:5, but this does not prevent them from remaining in sixth place in the Western Conference standings.
Arizona is an infinite outsider of the NHL, which has not solved severe problems for a long time, and in the current regular season, the Coyotes are among the weakest teams in the league. Nevertheless, sometimes Arizona finds inspiration, after which they destroy all the opponents in their path. So in March, Andre Tourigny's wards suddenly started playing exceptionally for them. In the last ten meetings, they were left without points only once, losing to Winnipeg in a hard battle – 1:2. They lost three more times outside regular time. In six cases, they celebrated success, having already risen to 13th place in the Western Conference standings.
Expert Betting Tips
Colorado and Arizona are opponents of entirely different levels. The Avalanches are the current Stanley Cup winners, who will defend the championship title, while now they are in good shape, having won in six of the seven previous meetings. Yes, the Сoyotes have been getting points often lately, but it will be tough to do this in the upcoming match. Their competitor is too strong.
Expect low-scoring activity from the upcoming game. In the previous five personal meetings, Colorado and Arizona jointly forced out only 25 goals (5.00 on average per game), a modest result by NHL standards. Both teams rarely satisfy us with spectacular and productive matches, playing pragmatically and cautiously.