Colorado Avalanche
Winnipeg Jets
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By Landon Smith

Colorado Avalanche vs Winnipeg Jets NHL Sports Betting Odds / Hockey Parlay Predictions

The Colorado Avalanche have steadied themselves with back-to-back victories entering Tuesday’s opener of a five-game road trip at the Winnipeg Jets, and rookie defenseman Cale Makar continues providing an offensive boost.


Betting Odds & Stats
Colorado AvalancheLinesWinnipeg Jets
-105Opening Odds-115
-105 (-245)Spread-115 (205)
Over 6 (-120)TotalUnder 6 (100)
Colorado AvalancheConcensusWinnipeg Jets
Over 92%TotalUnder 8%
Colorado AvalancheScore and statWinnipeg Jets
2.3Predicted Score3.7


Reason for Colorado Avalanche vs Winnipeg Jets NHL Picks

Colorado Avalanche -105

Colorado has one of the best offenses in the league but it had been struggling recently. Not anymore, as the Avs have scored 13 goals in their last two games. That is after scoring a total of seven goals in their previous five games.

The Colorado Avalanche look to extend their winning streak to three straight when they visit the Winnipeg Jets on Tuesday. The Avalanche improved to 10-5-2 with a 4-2 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday. Cale Makar scored two goals while Pavel Francouz made 39 saves in net for Colorado. The Avalanche has won two straight after losing five in a row.

Colorado defensemen have scored five goals in the past two games, including three from Makar - named the NHL’s Third Star of the Week on Monday - and one apiece from Ryan Graves and Samuel Girard.

Nathan MacKinnon is the leading goal scorer for the Avalanche with 9 goals and 13 assist on the year. MacKinnon has been able to put in a total of 22 points total for the Avalanche. Philipp Grubauer is the leading goalie for the Avalanche with 6 wins on the year with 2.80 goals a game allowed and a 91.5% of the shots saved.

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Winnipeg Jets -115

The Winnipeg Jets have had a good start to their year as they enter this game at 10-8 overall and that puts them in 4th place in the Central Division. After a 4-2 start, the Jets went on to lose five of their next seven but they have gotten back on track with wins in four of their last five. The Jets have been a solid offensive team the last few years but that has not been the case this year. Winnipeg sis average 3.60 gpg over their first five games but they have responded by averaging just 2.38 gpg over their last 13 games.

Winnipeg looks for its third straight win Tuesday after defeating the Dallas Stars 3-2 in overtime on Sunday to improve to 10-7-1. Mark Scheifele scored 21 seconds into the extra period to give the Jets the victory. Patrick Laine and Andrew Copp scored in regulation for the Jets while Connor Hellebuyck stopped 26 shots in net.

Goaltender Connor Hellebuyck began the week tied for third in the NHL in save percentage (.933) and eighth in goals against average (2.28), after recording 26 saves Sunday to give him a 3-0-1 record with six goals allowed in his past four games.

Mark Scheifele is the leading scorer for the Jets with a total of 7 goals and 17 points overall. The assist leader for the Jets is Patrik Laine with a total of 11 assist on the year. Connor Hellebuyck is the goalie on the year with a total of 8 wins and 93.3% of the shots faced saved, but the Hellebuyck has allowed only 2.28 goals a game.


The Pick: Colorado Avalanche -105, Over 6