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Prediction for the NHL Los Angeles Kings vs Winnipeg Jets 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!
Los Angeles Kings
Los Angeles is one of the representatives of the California trio, which recently was among the hopeless outsiders of the league. If Anaheim and San Jose are still there, then the Kings have made remarkable progress over the past couple of years and are now among the leaders of the NHL. The Kings are reliable and stable in the regular season, avoiding prolonged downturns. Now Todd McLellan's wards have scored an intelligent move, earning points in ten consecutive games, eight of which they managed to win, and there were shootout defeats twice more. In the Western Conference standings, the Kings are in second place.
On the emotions of last year's dismissal of Paul Maurice, Winnipeg had a tremendous first half of the regular season but remembered that it is a problematic team. Gradually, the Jets began to lose, but after the recession, a qualitative rise was predicted, but there is still no such thing. Canadians are trying to get started again, but the effect is the smallest so far. In the last six meetings, Rick Bowness's wards have won three with three defeats, and they lost all three times in regular time. Such humble results leave Winnipeg in eighth place in the Western Conference standings.
Expert Betting Tips
The regular season in the NHL is coming to the finish line, so tournament motivation is of particular importance. Winnipeg has much more of it since the Canadian team is in eighth place in the Western Conference and risks flying past the playoffs, but in this case, all this does not matter. The Jets also needed points in previous games, but they wasted them, worsening their situation. And now the Kings are seen as the favorites of the match. Besides, they are earning points already in ten meetings in a row.
Winnipeg's standings could be better, and any success of direct opponents can leave the Jets without cup battles, so the playoffs have already begun for them. Since in the last five matches with their participation, only 18 goalkeepers took place (3.60 on average per game) – a meager result by the standards of the NHL