Stadium: Rogers Place (Edmonton)
Edmonton are undefeated so far this season. Will the Oilers be able to stop Alain Vigneault’s Philadelphia? Let’s pick a few options to bet on at once.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Edmonton have strengthened the roster, and so far, it’s working
The Oilers have become noticeably stronger compared to last season. All thanks to a strengthened bottoming lineup. The signings of Warren Foegele and Zach Hyman are becoming key for now. Edmonton are performing more and more steadily. Dave Tippett’s team has five wins in a row ahead of their meeting with Philadelphia.
Another victim for the Oilers was Vegas. 5-3 - Edmonton were stronger on home ice. Zach Hyman and Leon Draisaitl each had a double. Zack Kassian scored once more.
Philadelphia failed to defeat Florida
Alain Vigneault’s team had not lost in regulation time before the previous game, which the Flyers played on home ice against Florida. They managed within 60 minutes against Boston 6-3 and Seattle 6-1, only to lose 4-5 to Vancouver in a shootout. But in their meeting with the Panthers, who had been ravenous since the start of the championship, Philadelphia could not score any points, 2-4. The puck, conceded by the Flyers on the powerplay, was decisive.
Expert Betting Tips
Despite the loss to Florida, Philadelphia leave a great impression in the new season and may upset Edmonton in the upcoming game. However, we won’t touch the outcome here. Still, Ryan Ellis’ absence could affect the Flyers’ prospects. Let’s take the upside. Both teams have played effectively, both in this championship and traditionally between each other. The upcoming game will also be sure to produce some nice scoring chances.
- Total Over 6.5 for 1.74;
- Each team will score over 2.5 for 2.30.