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CFL : ATS Matchup
Saturday 10/28/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore
CALGARY
 
EDMONTON
-3  

+3  
-150

+130

52.5
 
20
Final
29

CALGARY (13 - 2 - 1) at EDMONTON (10 - 6)
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Week 19 Saturday, 10/28/2017 7:00 PM
Board OpenLatest
607CALGARY-4-3.5
608EDMONTON5454
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
CALGARY - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games13-2+5.610-68-831.115.8375.1(7.2)1.118.68.4325.7(6.2)1.8
Road Games6-1+4.34-44-426.612.1358.7(6.8)1.521.09.7352.1(6.5)2.1
Last 3 Games2-1-3.81-22-131.316.3334.0(7.1)1.722.011.0318.7(5.9)1.7
Turf Games12-2+4.69-67-830.515.1378.7(7.1)1.118.28.3326.7(6.3)1.8
Division Games7-1+2.26-21-723.712.0334.9(6.5)1.416.16.1300.5(5.8)2.1
CALGARY - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)31.115.820.630:2919-97(5.1)21-3364.2%278(8.3)52-375(7.2)(12.1)
Opponents Defensive Avg.27.613.421.830:5918-93(5.3)24-3666.9%281(7.8)54-375(6.9)(13.6)
Offense Road Games26.612.120.530:0716-74(4.5)23-3664.3%284(7.8)53-359(6.8)(13.5)
Defense (All Games)18.68.419.429:3017-79(4.7)24-3666.1%247(6.9)52-326(6.2)(17.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.26.312.621.730:0117-90(5.2)24-3667.3%282(7.7)54-372(6.9)(14.1)
Defense Road Games21.09.721.229:5317-77(4.5)25-3768.5%275(7.4)54-352(6.5)(16.8)

EDMONTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games10-6+2.46-1010-628.312.4422.3(7.2)1.628.914.6348.9(7)1.6
Home Games5-3+0.22-64-427.212.2414.0(6.8)1.728.512.5329.5(6.8)1.5
Last 3 Games3-0+3.12-13-035.717.3457.3(7.5)1.726.714.7336.0(6.3)2.0
Turf Games10-5+3.86-99-628.512.3424.8(7.1)1.728.513.9341.4(6.8)1.5
Division Games3-5-3.34-45-327.28.6423.6(7.4)1.932.614.5353.2(6.9)1.2
EDMONTON - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)28.312.424.631:4020-94(4.6)26-3968.0%328(8.5)59-422(7.2)(14.9)
Opponents Defensive Avg.26.812.921.830:1118-90(5.1)25-3767.3%286(7.8)54-376(6.9)(14)
Offense Home Games27.212.225.232:4321-96(4.6)28-4070.2%318(8)61-414(6.8)(15.2)
Defense (All Games)28.914.621.128:2017-101(6)23-3369.5%247(7.4)50-349(7)(12.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.26.612.921.530:4917-92(5.3)24-3666.9%275(7.6)53-368(6.9)(13.8)
Defense Home Games28.512.520.227:1715-77(5.1)23-3368.7%252(7.6)48-329(6.8)(11.6)
Average power rating of opponents played: CALGARY 25.5,  EDMONTON 25.8
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
CALGARY - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/4/2017EDMONTON39-18W-10W55.5O19-9519-27-277116-8234-53-3063
9/9/2017@ EDMONTON25-22W-6L57U12-6821-36-263212-3438-49-4461
9/16/2017BRITISH COLUMBIA27-13W-9.5W53U21-9616-31-240015-7715-30-1673
9/24/2017@ SASKATCHEWAN15-9W-5.5W54U28-14824-32-210112-2818-26-1822
9/29/2017MONTREAL59-11W-17W49O29-21619-26-307020-8221-29-1931
10/13/2017@ HAMILTON28-25W-9L52.5O10-4219-34-264221-7624-41-3202
10/20/2017SASKATCHEWAN7-30L-10L51U12-4515-31-128330-15011-22-1352
10/28/2017@ EDMONTON            
11/3/2017WINNIPEG            

EDMONTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/4/2017@ CALGARY18-39L10L55.5O16-8234-53-306319-9519-27-2771
9/9/2017CALGARY22-25L6W57U12-3438-49-446112-6821-36-2632
9/16/2017@ TORONTO26-34L-2.5L51.5O14-6223-36-323016-23123-33-2312
9/30/2017WINNIPEG19-28L-3.5L58U20-12531-46-297119-9524-33-2371
10/9/2017@ MONTREAL42-24W-8W52O31-16515-34-320224-20819-29-1674
10/14/2017TORONTO30-27W-6.5L54O18-13823-40-294214-4533-43-3472
10/21/2017@ BRITISH COLUMBIA35-29W2W54.5O20-6731-41-388119-5625-31-1850
10/28/2017CALGARY            
11/4/2017@ SASKATCHEWAN            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
PREVIEW
Penalty killing a key when Caps visit Oilers
 

EDMONTON, Alberta -- When the Washington Capitals and Edmonton Oilers meet at Rogers Place on Saturday night, both teams should be focused on staying out of the penalty box.

That's because both have been absolutely dismal when it comes to killing penalties. Edmonton is dead last in the NHL, killing off only 70.3 percent of their short-handed situations. Washington is only marginally better at 73.3 percent.

On Thursday, each of them gave up three power play goals but only Edmonton survived its short-handed issues, beating Dallas 5-4 to break a two-game losing streak. As coach Todd McLellan has called it many times, the Oilers were able to "outscore their mistakes."

Meanwhile, the Canucks swamped the Caps by a 6-2 count. So, it's not like either team's penalty-killing unit is showing signs of recovery.

Special teams are big reasons why both of these teams, both pre-season favorites to be near the top of their respective conferences, are off to such slow starts. The Caps are 4-5-1, while the Oilers are at 3-5-1.

"It's the group," said McLellan. "When I look at the goals we have up (against Dallas), they went through us. When teams go through the heart of the slot, from one side to the other, they're scoring. Eventually, it's going to happen. ... We weren't middle-strong, we didn't have good sticks."

"We've just got to execute," Edmonton veteran defenseman Kris Russell said. "We're just giving them too much time and space and too many lanes."

While the Oilers need to work on not letting opposing power plays pass the puck from side to side with ease, Washington's penalty-killing units need to be more physical and make sure clearing attempts go down the ice.

"We can't kill anything," Capitals coach Barry Trotz said. "A lot of extra pucks, a lot of failed clears. When you're spending a lot of time in your zone and they're putting pucks there, they're going to find the back of the net. It starts with the failed clears, we've just got to be better back there."

So, with both team struggling when a man down, the key might not be in fixing the penalty kills in short order, but to stay out of the box. The best way to kill penalties is, well, not to take them.

"If we make mistakes, we don't execute the play, take lots of penalties, we're not going to win any games," said Washington superstar Alexander Ovechkin, who has 10 goals this year but only one in his last five. "It doesn't matter if we have the best goalie in the league or whatever."

Capitals right winger Brett Connolly left Thursday's game in Vancouver and went through the NHL-mandated concussion protocol. Nicklas Backstrom, who has 12 points this season, missed the Vancouver game Thursday due to illness. Both are question marks for Saturday's game in Edmonton.

On Friday, the Capitals called up forward Anthony Peluso from their AHL affiliate in Hershey, Pa. Peluso played 142 career games for the Winnipeg Jets and owns 14 career points and 209 penalty minutes.


Last Updated: 11/21/2017 9:46:10 AM EST


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