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NHL : ATS Matchup
Thursday 10/18/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore



VANCOUVER (4-2-0-0, 8 pts.) at WINNIPEG (3-2-0-1, 7 pts.)
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Thursday, 10/18/2018 8:05 PM
Board OpeningLatest
9VANCOUVER+180Ov 6.5,-110+220Ov 6,-110
10WINNIPEG-215Un 6.5,-110-260Un 6,-110
VANCOUVER - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-2-0+5.44-2+5.43-33.725.33.232.2
Team Stats (Road Games)3-2-0+4.23-2+4.22-33.425.83.431.6
Last 5 Games3-2-0+4.23-2+4.22-33.425.83.431.6
VANCOUVER Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)6226691315214.5%19526.3%33
Team Stats (Road Games)5175651212913.2%18527.8%24
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)5175651212913.2%18527.8%24
Stats Against (All Games) 19748021939.8%26311.5%32
Stats Against (Road Games) 177460215810.8%19315.8%28
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 177460215810.8%19315.8%28
VANCOUVER - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
JACOB MARKSTROM (All Games)331039188.3%01-2-0.81-2-0-13-0
JACOB MARKSTROM (Road Games)22685885.3%00-2-20-2-0-22-0
JACOB MARKSTROM (Last 4 Games)331039188.3%01-2-0.81-2-0-13-0
ANDERS NILSSON (All Games)33888394.3%03-0+6.23-0-0+60-3
ANDERS NILSSON (Road Games)33888394.3%03-0+6.23-0-0+60-3
ANDERS NILSSON (Last 4 Games)33888394.3%03-0+6.23-0-0+60-3

WINNIPEG - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-3-0-1.23-3-1.21-32.530.82.733.7
Team Stats (Home Games)2-1-002-101-
Last 5 Games2-3-0-2.22-3-2.21-
WINNIPEG Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)615537011858.1%15426.7%25
Team Stats (Home Games)3942301989.2%8337.5%15
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)510433011606.2%13323.1%17
Stats Against (All Games) 16429102027.9%24520.8%27
Stats Against (Home Games) 720410957.4%6233.3%12
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 15428101609.4%20525.0%25
WINNIPEG - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
LAURENT BROSSOIT (All Games)11434297.7%01-0+11-0-0+10-1
LAURENT BROSSOIT (Home Games)11434297.7%01-0+11-0-0+10-1
LAURENT BROSSOIT (Last 4 Games)11434297.7%01-0+11-0-0+10-1
CONNOR HELLEBUYCK (All Games)5515914490.6%12-3-2.22-3-0-21-2
CONNOR HELLEBUYCK (Home Games)22524688.5%01-1-11-1-0-11-1
CONNOR HELLEBUYCK (Last 4 Games)4411710388.0%11-3-3.21-3-0-31-2
Average power rating of opponents played: VANCOUVER 3.18,  WINNIPEG 3.09
VANCOUVER - Schedule
10/3/2018CALGARY5-2W0, +120W5.5 ovO
10/6/2018at CALGARY4-7L0, +175L6 unO
10/9/2018at CAROLINA3-5L0, +170L6 unO
10/11/2018at TAMPA BAY4-1W0, +245W6 ovU
10/13/2018at FLORIDA3-2W0, +175W6.5 unU
10/16/2018at PITTSBURGH3-2W0, +205W6.5 unU
10/18/2018at WINNIPEG 
10/24/2018at VEGAS 
10/25/2018at ARIZONA 

WINNIPEG - Schedule
10/4/2018at ST LOUIS5-1W0, -120W6 unP
10/6/2018at DALLAS1-5L0, -120L6 evP
10/9/2018LOS ANGELES2-1W0, -200W6 unU
10/11/2018at NASHVILLE0-3L0, +110L5.5 ovU
10/14/2018CAROLINA3-1W0, -175W6 ovU
10/16/2018EDMONTON4-5L0, -200L6 evO
10/22/2018ST LOUIS 
10/26/2018at DETROIT 
10/27/2018at TORONTO 
VANCOUVER: LAST SEASON: 31-40-11, 73 points. Finished seventh in Pacific Division and missed playoffs.
COACH: Travis Green (Second season, second NHL season)
ADDED: LW Antoine Roussel, C Jay Beagle
LOST: LW Daniel Sedin, C Henrik Sedin
PLAYER TO WATCH: RW Brock Boeser. In the post-Sedins era, the Canucks have a budding superstar in Boeser, who led them with 55 points in 62 games last season as a rookie. The sharpshooter from Minnesota should just be getting started and is a bright spot for a Vancouver team without a lot in the present to get excited about.
OUTLOOK: Probably a fourth consecutive season without a trip to the playoffs. Canucks general manager Jim Benning continues making stopgap moves to help Vancouver avoid bottoming out, but at some point, that needs to happen to build up the kind of next-generation talent needed to get back to contending again. It's not there yet.
WINNIPEG: LAST SEASON: 52-20-10, 114 points. Finished second in Central Division.
LOST to Vegas Golden Knights in Western Conference final.
COACH: Paul Maurice (Sixth season, 21st NHL season)
ADDED: G Laurent Brossoit
LOST: C Paul Stastny, F Matt Hendricks, F Joel Armia, G Steve Mason
PLAYER TO WATCH: RW Patrik Laine. The Finnish phenom's 44 goals were second in the NHL last season to Alex Ovechkin' 49, and he's only 20 years old. Maurice thinks Laine's game is becoming more mature and well-rounded, and it has to be to carry the Jets back to title-contending status. Laine also could score 40-plus goals again because his shot is just that wicked.
OUTLOOK: Winnipeg has been on the rise in recent seasons and should be even better after its playoff run ended in the West final in five games. With Mark Scheifele, Blake Wheeler, Bryan Little and Dustin Byfuglien still in their primes, and Laine, Nikolai Ehlers, Joshua Morrissey and goaltender Connor Hellebuyck still improving, the Jets are among the favorites to come out of the West ' if they can get past Nashville again.
Jets look to put tough loss behind them vs. Canucks

WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- A day after the Winnipeg Jets blew a three-goal lead in the third period and lost in overtime to the Edmonton Oilers, Jets coach Paul Maurice could easily have pulled the bag skate out of his hat.

After all, those games are a guaranteed two points 99 percent of the time.

Make that 97 percent, to match Oilers superstar Connor McDavid's number. The two-time defending scoring champion was part of four goals and a threat every time he hopped over the boards at Bell MTS Place.

The Jets were practically automatic last year in shutting down games once they got the lead in the third period, but an inability to stymie the player Sidney Crosby calls the best player in the world did them in.

Instead of Maurice punishing his players, he held a spirited but light-hearted practice on Wednesday.

But that didn't mean the players forgot about their missed opportunities. Jets captain Blake Wheeler didn't shirk his line's responsibility in giving up the goal that started the Oilers' comeback, 18 seconds into the third period by winger Ty Rattie. It was assisted by McDavid, who finished with two goals and assists.

"(At) 4-1 should be game over. Our line went out, gave up one early on and (that) gave them momentum," Wheeler told the Winnipeg Sun. "You're fighting an uphill battle from there. You don't feel like (McDavid) is having much impact on the game and he already has a goal. And then like that, there's a four-point night. It just shows you how special he is.

"You can't take your eye off him for a second. The speed, obviously, is incredible. He just makes so many little plays happen. Trying to keep him off the board is a tough challenge. You try to do the best you can. Four (points) is obviously not a good number for our group."

The Jets are 1-0-1 thus far during a six-game homestand and 3-2-1 overall.

The Canucks come to town on the heels of an impressive 3-2 road victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday, improving to 4-2-0 to begin the season, not exactly the start many observers were predicting for the first season in forever without Henrik and Daniel Sedin leading the way.

While the Oilers were able to lean heavily on their scoring leader against the Jets, the Canucks won't be able to do as forward Elias Pettersson is recovering from a head injury after being body-slammed into the ice by Mike Matheson of the Florida Panthers last week.

They will, however, depend on last year's leading scorer, right winger Brock Boeser, doing more of what he did Tuesday, when he ended the game 34 seconds into overtime with a seeing-eye wrist shot.

Canucks coach Travis Green praised a solid team effort against a perennial Stanley Cup favorite.

"What a road game that was against a hockey team that's obviously pretty deep," he said in a postgame scrum. "I think we're starting to figure out how we need to play as a group. I remember, about two weeks ago, talking about identity. We're learning how to win some hockey games."

Last Updated: 3/23/2019 4:32:19 AM EST

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