Philadelphia Flyers vs New York Islanders NHL Ester Conference Semifinals G3 Match Preview, Odds, Prediction
|Philadelphia Flyers||NHL||New York Islanders|
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Philadelphia Flyers vs New York Islanders Prediction, Betting Tips and Preview of the match for the NHL Hockey Game on Thursday August 27th, 2020.
|Reason for Philadelphia Flyers -105|
The Philadelphia Flyers scored three goals in the first period, but couldn't hold the lead and needed an overtime goal from Philippe Myers to finally win Game 2 of this series by a score of 4-3. Kevin Hayes scored two goals in the first period and Sean Couturier scored just one total in the first period to complete the Flyers' score.
Philadelphia had two power play opportunities in Game 2 and didn't score in either of them. The Flyers' power play unit only got 10 percent of their power play odds and the kill unit has an 81.3 percent kill rate inside the Toronto playoff center.
Carter Hart stopped 31 of the 34 shots faced Wednesday afternoon and will likely patrol the Philadelphia compound. Hart is 6-4 in the playoffs with 1.86 GAA and a 93% save percentage with two shutouts to his name.
4 G | 12 A | 16 PTS
Greiss replaced Semyon Varlamov late in the first period Wednesday during the Islanders' 4-3 overtime loss to the Flyers in Game 2, stopping 20 of 21 shots. Seeing his first game action of the postseason, Greiss was impressive and gave the Isles a chance to climb out of an early 3-0 hole, but the netminder still got stuck with the loss when Philippe Myers' shot from the point tipped off Anders Lee's stick and got by him in OT.
|Reason for New York Islanders -115|
New York got off to a rocky start by allowing three goals in the first period, but the hardy Islanders have scored three goals in the last two periods of play, including the tying goal at 17:51 in the third period before losing on time. extra. . Anders Lee scored a power play goal and Anthony Beauvillier and Jean-Gabriel Pageau added solo goals to explain the Islanders score.
The New York power play unit scored another power play goal and has a 15.4% power play success rate, while the penalty unit is recorded with a power play rate. 75.8% destruction in downtown Toronto.
Semyon Varlamov allowed three of the Flyers' four goals and was called up at 3:09 p.m. of the first period in favor of Thomas Greiss. Greiss stopped 20 of 21 shots and while it's unclear who will be between the tubes for the Islanders, both goalkeepers have performed well in both this series and the playoffs.
8 G | 45 A | 53 PTS
Hughes registered an assist in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Golden Knights in Game 2. Hughes picked up the secondary helper on Tyler Toffoli's opening goal 1:29 into the first period.
The 20-year-old Hughes is up to a goal and 10 assists through 12 playoff outings, with seven points coming on the power play. The rookie blueliner is playing a huge role in the Canucks' dynamic offense, particularly in man-advantage situations.