Calgary Flames (@2.65) vs Colorado Avalanche (@2.05)

Our Prediction:

Colorado Avalanche will win

Calgary Flames – Colorado Avalanche Match Prediction | 04-10-2019 21:05

On defense Calgary has 648 hits and they have blocked 544 shots from the opposition, which is 27th in the league. They have 1,349 face-off wins compared to 1,231 losses, meaning their face-off win percentage is 52.3%. Their defensive zone percentage is at 45.2% for the season, which is 28th in the NHL. Their Fenwick percentage of 53% ranks 5th as they have 1,965 attempts while they have given up 1,740 shots on the defensive end. That is 4th in the league. Calgary is 4th in the NHL in Corsi percentage with 53.5% as they've attempted 2,627 shots on net at full strength while they've given up 2,284 shots on net in the same situations. The Flames are 4th in the league in starting possessions in the offensive zone, doing so 54.8% of the time.

The Flames racked up 107 points for a reason and I think the OT home loss will be a bit of a wakeup call that the Avs aren't going to go easily. Calgary was a big favorite in Game 2 but could not finish the job and now are in danger of going behind in the series on the road. But I don't think that happens. Calgary has done well as a favorite this season and I am betting on it to get the job done here.

Colorado Avalanche at Calgary Flames: By the Numbers

GabrielLandeskog (COL): The Avalanche captain averaged 1.02 points per game over the course of the season, and his return from injury was exactly the boost his team needed to clinch a berth in the playoffs.

Puck drop will come shortly after 10 p.m. The Colorado Avalanche looks to roll through the Calgary Flames Friday and finish off its Western Conference Quarterfinal with a 4-1 first-round series win. The Flames entered the 2018-19 Stanley Cup Playoffs as the top seed in the west with the Avalanche making the postseason as only the second wild-card team in the conference. at Scotiabank Saddledome.

They have 1,237 face-off wins compared to 1,328 losses, meaning their face-off win percentage is 48.2%. That ranks them 24th in the league. The Avalanche start possessions in the offensive zone 53.1% of the time, which is 9th in the league, while their defensive zone percentage is at 46.9% for the season. On defense Colorado has 798 hits and they have blocked 651 shots from the opposition, putting them 5th overall. That is 23rd overall in the NHL. That ranks them 19th in the league. Their Fenwick percentage is 49.4% as they have 1,780 attempts while they have given up 1,825 shots on the defensive end. Colorado is 22nd in the NHL in Corsi percentage with 48.9%, as they've attempted 2,367 shots on net at full strength while they've given up 2,476 shots on net in the same situations.


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It was assisted by Mikko Rantanen and Ian Cole. Following a scoreless first period, Matt Nieto scored an unassisted shorthanded goal with 12:44 left in the second period to put the Avalanche up 1-0. Philipp Grubauer accounted for 35 saves on 37 shots in the winning effort. Assists on the Compher goal were rewarded to Gabriel Landeskog and Rattanen. After Calgary went ahead 2-1 in the third period, a goal by J.T. Compher with 2:39 remaining evened it back up at 2-2. Nathan MacKinnon scored the game-winning goal at the 11:33 mark of the first overtime Saturday night to send Colorado to a 3-2 overtime victory at the Flames.

In that time he has a shooting percentage of 16% by scoring 23 goals on 140 shots. David Rittich has 15 wins and 4 losses this year in goal for the Flames. He has a total of 38 assists on the season and averages 20.5 minutes played per game. He has 684 shots against him and he's surrendered 54 goals. Sean Monahan averages 19.8 minutes of ice time per game. Johnny Gaudreau has scored 64 total points this year for the Flames. He has 31 assists, giving him a total of 54 points on the season. He's made 630 saves for a save percentage of 92%. He has 26 goals this season with 145 shots on goal, giving him a shooting percentage of 18%.

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