Stadium: Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia)
Prediction for the NHL Philadelphia Flyers vs New York Islanders match, which will take place on November 30. Check the team conditions and choose several betting options.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Philadelphia continues to suffer one setback after another, although the regular season started very well for the Flyers. In the offseason, the experienced John Tortorella led the team and immediately fixed the troubled squad, allowing them to win five of their seven opening games. It seemed that the Reds could even contend for a playoff spot, but the crisis set in. In the next 15 games, they beat Ottawa and St. Louis only once each - 2:1 and 5:1, respectively, and their current losing streak is already ten games long. Such a poor stretch dropped Philadelphia to 13th place in the standings in the East.
New York Islanders
The Islanders were sensationally eliminated from the playoffs last season, although they were among the major contenders for the Stanley Cup. Their lack of quality allowed the Islanders to work on their mistakes, which is why they began to show good results in the regular season. In particular, the New York team looked strong in October and September, when they won five straight, and they are in good shape now with a streak of four consecutive victories. The Islanders are in fourth place in the Eastern Conference standings.
Expert Betting Tips
Philadelphia and Islanders approach the second head-to-head encounter of the season in entirely different states. While the Flyers were in crisis for the second month of the regular season, losing their last ten games in a row, the Islanders have been consistently good and have won their previous four games. More recently, the two teams had a meeting in which the New York club won easily by two points, 5:2. Now, the team is the favorite to win, and one can place a bet on the Islanders' victory at the odds of 1.87.
In the last ten meetings, Philadelphia allowed their opponents to hit the gates 45 times (4.50 average per game), which is a very poor indicator. No doubt, the Islanders will help them do just that, so an individual Islanders total of over 3.5 pucks at odds close to 2.12 seems like a good bet, and we have to look at Brock Nelson's 0.5-point total for 1.55.
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