Last Saturday night in Colorado it was the Canucks routing the Avalanche 8-2 in NHL betting so revenge could play a part on Friday night.
Bet on hockey trends don’t necessarily favor the Avalanche in this game and the schedule is sure not in their favor. This is the finale of a three-game road trip for the Avalanche. They will have played at Calgary and at Edmonton this week while Vancouver has been off since Saturday’s win over Colorado. They will be well rested for this Friday night bet on hockey game.
Colorado and Vancouver have split their last 10 bet on hockey meetings. Colorado has won three of the last five games at Vancouver in bet on hockey. Three of the last five meetings between the two teams in Vancouver have gone under the bet on hockey total. The game last week went well over the bet on hockey number but that has been the exception, not the rule when these teams meet in NHL betting. Colorado started their backup Peter Budaj in that game and Anderson had to enter the game in relief.
Colorado has been doing a lot of things right this season and that is why they have been one of the best teams against the bet on hockey number. The Avalanche have been right around the Top 10 in goals scored and in fewest goals against this season. Craig Anderson is having a great year in goal and the Avalanche are a team that can win at home and on the road in NHL betting.
Vancouver has been a far better team in bet on hockey at home than on the road. The Canucks are 7-2 at home but just 4-8 on the road. The team is 12th in the league in goals scored with Henrik Sedin leading the way. Roberto Luongo has been the backstop in goal as usual and Vancouver ranks 13th in the league in fewest goals allowed as bet on hockey statistics show.
This should be good bet on hockey contest on Thursday between two teams that should make the playoffs this season. Colorado will be out for revenge for last week’s NHL betting pasting and they could get it even though Vancouver is well rested.