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Prediction for the NHL San Jose Sharks vs Vegas Golden Knights match which will take place on March 31st. Who will turn out to be stronger? Check the team conditions! Several betting options are available.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
San Jose Sharks
This season is disgusting for San Jose, but there is no reason to be surprised since a serious restructuring continues at the team. For example, in the last days, the team exchanged its leader Timo Meier. From the very beginning of the season, the leadership of the Californians said that they were ready to say "goodbye" to almost any hockey player. At the finish of the regular season, David Quinn's wards relaxed completely, having suffered nine defeats in the last ten meetings. They got the only victory the day before over Winnipeg – 3-0, rising to 15th in the Western Conference standings.
Vegas Golden Knights
For Vegas, the current season is progress. A year earlier, the Knights missed the playoffs for the first time in club history, after which they efficiently worked on mistakes. In the summer, Bruce Cassidy became a new head coach, under whose leadership they immediately began demonstrating great results, which they are showing today. In the last ten games, they had eight wins, losing only to two teams: Calgary - 3:7 and Edmonton - 4:7. All this does not stop Vegas from leading the Western Conference standings.
Expert Betting Tips
Vegas is a young team that has been playing in the NHL for a few years, so the first genuine contenders for the Knights were the Sharks, with whom they had to fight often in the playoffs. These opponents would continue to fight as equals. Still, they have moved in different directions: the Californians went to the end of the Western Conference standings, and the Knight – to the leaders.
Over the previous 11 matches, the Sharks won only twice – 4-0 and 3-0. Between these successful meetings, they missed 44 pucks (4.89 on average per game) – a catastrophically poor result than the Knights should use. In the last six guest games, Vegas scored 25 goals (4.17 on average per game).