Nashville Predators
Vancouver Canucks
Tue, Nov 12 - 10:00p ET   |   FSTN   |   Rogers Arena
By Landon Smith

Nashville Predators vs Vancouver Canucks NHL Betting Odds / Picks / Hockey Parlays

The Vancouver Canucks faced little resistance in unleashing their offense, riding high during a 9-1-2 stretch before mustering a total of five goals during their season-high four-game losing streak (0-3-1).


Betting Odds & Stats
Nashville PredatorsLinesVancouver Canucks
-115Opening Odds-105
-115 (210)Spread-105 (-250)
Over 6 (-110)TotalUnder 6 (-110)
Nashville PredatorsConcensusVancouver Canucks
Over 83%TotalUnder 17%
Nashville PredatorsScore and statVancouver Canucks
3.7Predicted Score2.3


Reason for Nashville Predators vs Vancouver Canucks NHL Picks

Nashville Predators -115

The Nashville Predators look to snap a two-game losing streak when they visit the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday. The Predators lost on Saturday in a shootout to the San Jose Sharks 2-1. Filip Forsberg scored Nashville’s only goal while Juuse Saros made 31 saves in loss and stopped the first six shots he faced in the shootout. With the loss the Predators fell to 9-5-3 and 21 points.

Forsberg extended his point streak to four games (three goals, two assists) by scoring a power-play goal in the second period of the 2-1 shootout loss to the Sharks. This year the Predators have ended up scoring at a clip of 3.82 goals a game on the year. The Predators have ended up converting on the power play at 19.7% on the year and killed off 78.9% of the opponent penalties. The Predators have allowed only 3.06 goals a game.

Nashville has played well on offense, averaging 3.82 goals per game. They are averaging 3.4 goals per game during their losing streak and will need to continue playing well to give themselves a chance to snap their losing streak on Tuesday.

Nick Bonino leads the Predators with eight goals. He has two goals and one assist in their last three games. Ryan Ellis leads the team with 11 assists. He has one goal and two assists their last five games, while Roman Josi leads the team with 17 points.

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Vancouver Canucks -105

Vancouver looks to snap a four-game losing streak on Tuesday. The Canucks fell to the New Jersey Devils 2-1 in their most recent outing. The Canucks gave up a pair of goals in the span of just 22 seconds during the first period and could not bounce back to win. With the loss, Vancouver dropped to 9-6-3 with 21 points and is in third place in the Pacific division.

On the season the Canucks have ended up getting a total of 3.11 goals a game scored, but the power play has converted at a clip of 21.9% on the year for the Canucks and have killed off 84.4% on the year. The Canucks have allowed only 2.56 goals a game on the year.

Vancouver is averaging 3.11 goals per game, but the team has struggled offensively in their last four games, averaging two goals per game. They will need to take advantage of the fact that the Predators are giving up four goals per game over their last five games if they want to end their losing streak.

J.T. Miller leads the Canucks with eight goals. He has two goals and three assists in their last five games. Elias Pettersson leads the team with 15 assists and 21 points. He has two goals and one assist in their last five games.


The Pick: Nashville Predators -115, Over 6




By Landon Smith, on 10:00p ET