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NHL : ATS Matchup
Friday 1/18/2019Line$ LineOU LineScore



PITTSBURGH (25-15-0-6, 56 pts.) at ARIZONA (21-22-0-3, 45 pts.)
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Friday, 1/18/2019 9:05 PM
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53PITTSBURGH-150Ov 6,-120-170Ov 6.5,-105
54ARIZONA+130Un 6,+100+150Un 6.5,-115
PITTSBURGH - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games25-21-0-9.525-21-9.522-193.532.63.032.6
Team Stats (Road Games)12-11-0-2.812-11-2.812-103.532.72.831.2
Last 5 Games2-3-0-3.22-3-3.24-13.833.04.029.4
PITTSBURGH Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)4616354624347149910.9%1303325.4%275
Team Stats (Road Games)23811932282475110.8%642132.8%132
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)5196670116511.5%16212.5%31
Stats Against (All Games) 13737544061115009.1%1271915.0%230
Stats Against (Road Games) 65162520487189.1%66710.6%106
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 207760314713.6%1417.1%31
PITTSBURGH - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
CASEY DESMITH (All Games)272378772592.1%112-11-7.312-11-0-89-11
CASEY DESMITH (Road Games)111030627991.2%04-6-4.94-6-0-54-5
CASEY DESMITH(vs. Non-Conference)131341238292.7%18-5-1.78-5-0-25-6
CASEY DESMITH (Last 4 Games)4412811791.4%02-2-2.22-2-0-22-2
TRISTAN JARRY (All Games)22625588.7%00-2-2.30-2-0-21-1
TRISTAN JARRY (Road Games)22625588.7%00-2-2.30-2-0-21-1
TRISTAN JARRY(vs. Non-Conference)11252080.0%00-1-1.10-1-0-11-0
TRISTAN JARRY (Last 4 Games)22625588.7%00-2-2.30-2-0-21-1
MATT MURRAY (All Games)212164258591.1%113-8+0.113-8-0012-7
MATT MURRAY (Road Games)111134432193.3%08-3+4.48-3-0+47-4
MATT MURRAY(vs. Non-Conference)7724322592.6%16-1+56-1-0+56-1
MATT MURRAY (Last 4 Games)4412311492.7%13-1+23-1-0+22-2

ARIZONA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games21-25-0+0.121-25+0.122-232.730.52.930.3
Team Stats (Home Games)9-14-0-6.79-14-6.712-112.732.62.830.3
Last 5 Games4-1-0+3.74-1+3.73-23.831.03.027.8
ARIZONA Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)461223846326814048.7%1472718.4%185
Team Stats (Home Games)2363222416147498.4%771114.3%90
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)51941041215512.3%14535.7%31
Stats Against (All Games) 1333850423613939.5%1361611.8%224
Stats Against (Home Games) 65182124256979.3%71811.3%102
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 154650013910.8%8112.5%26
ARIZONA - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
ADIN HILL (All Games)131132229090.1%16-5+2.56-5-0+27-4
ADIN HILL (Home Games)6513812489.9%02-3-1.22-3-0-14-1
ADIN HILL(vs. Non-Conference)33857689.4%11-2-0.71-2-0-12-1
ADIN HILL (Last 4 Games)4411810185.6%02-2+0.12-2-003-1
DARCY KUEMPER (All Games)232370664591.4%29-14-39-14-0-28-15
DARCY KUEMPER (Home Games)111133931392.3%14-7-3.64-7-0-33-8
DARCY KUEMPER(vs. Non-Conference)131338835290.7%23-10-6.93-10-0-54-9
DARCY KUEMPER (Last 4 Games)4411310592.9%14-0+4.74-0-0+42-2
HUNTER MISKA (All Games)109888.9%00-000-0-000-0
HUNTER MISKA (Home Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
HUNTER MISKA(vs. Non-Conference)109888.9%00-000-0-000-0
HUNTER MISKA (Last 4 Games)109888.9%00-000-0-000-0
ANTTI RAANTA (All Games)121235131890.6%16-6+0.56-6-007-4
ANTTI RAANTA (Home Games)7721619690.7%03-4-1.83-4-0-25-2
ANTTI RAANTA(vs. Non-Conference)4413112393.9%03-1+1.43-1-0+13-1
Average power rating of opponents played: PITTSBURGH 3.11,  ARIZONA 3.11
12/22/2018at CAROLINA3-0W0, +105W6 ovU
12/27/2018DETROIT5-2W0, -270W6.5 unO
12/29/2018at ST LOUIS6-1W0, -120W6 ovO
12/31/2018at MINNESOTA3-2W0, -105W6 ovU
1/2/2019at NY RANGERS7-2W0, -140W6 ovO
1/4/2019WINNIPEG4-0W0, -145W6.5 ovU
1/6/2019CHICAGO3-5L0, -270L6.5 evO
1/8/2019FLORIDA5-1W0, -175W6.5 ovU
1/11/2019at ANAHEIM7-4W0, -140W6 unO
1/12/2019at LOS ANGELES2-5L0, -145L6 unO
1/15/2019at SAN JOSE2-5L0, +120L6.5 ovO
1/18/2019at ARIZONA 
1/19/2019at VEGAS 
1/28/2019NEW JERSEY 

ARIZONA - Schedule
12/22/2018COLORADO6-4W0, -110W6 unO
12/23/2018at SAN JOSE4-3W0, +180W6 unO
12/27/2018at LOS ANGELES1-2L0, +125L5.5 unU
12/29/2018at ANAHEIM5-4W0, +125W5.5 unO
12/30/2018VEGAS1-5L0, +135L5.5 unO
1/2/2019EDMONTON1-3L0, -115L5.5 ovU
1/4/2019NEW JERSEY2-3L0, -115L6 unU
1/6/2019NY RANGERS5-0W0, -135W5.5 ovU
1/10/2019at VANCOUVER4-3W0, +110W5.5 unO
1/12/2019at EDMONTON3-2W0, +130W5.5 evU
1/13/2019at CALGARY1-7L0, +215L6 ovO
1/16/2019SAN JOSE6-3W0, +130W6 ovO
1/20/2019at TORONTO 
1/22/2019at OTTAWA 
1/23/2019at MONTREAL 
PITTSBURGH: LAST SEASON: 47-29-6, 100 points. Finished second in Metropolitan Division.
LOST to Washington Capitals in Eastern Conference semifinals.
COACH: Mike Sullivan (fourth season, sixth NHL season).
ADDED: D Jack Johnson, C Matt Cullen.
LOST: F Conor Sheary, F Tom Kuhnhackl, D Matt Hunwick, F Carter Rowney.
PLAYER TO WATCH: G Matt Murray. The 24-year-old endured an up and down first season as the franchise's full-time starter. His goals against average (2.92) and save percentage (.907) all took significant dips off his previous two seasons. Having spotty play in front of him didn't help. If Murray can return to the steady form that helped the Penguins to consecutive Stanley Cups in 2016 and 2017, Pittsburgh will be a tough out in the postseason.
OUTLOOK: Pittsburgh's bid to become the first team in more than 30 years to "threepeat" ended with a loss to Washington. They opted to tinker than totally retool in the offseason, splurging on Johnson and bringing back the 42-year-old Cullen to provide depth down the middle. With Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin around, the Penguins will always be in the mix. But with the core of Crosby, Malkin, Phil Kessel and Kris Letang all in their early 30s, staying fresh for eight months will be a challenge.
ARIZONA: LAST SEASON: 29-41-12, 70 points. Last in Pacific Division.
COACH: Rick Tocchet (second season, fourth NHL season).
ADDED: C Alex Galchenyuk, F Michael Grabner, F Vinnie Hinostroza, D Jordan Oesterle, D Ilya Lyubushkin.
LOST: F Max Domi, F Jordan Martinook, D Luke Schenn, C Zac Rinaldo.
PLAYER TO WATCH: F Clayton Keller. The skilled forward had a super rookie season, finishing with 23 goals and 42 assists while becoming a finalist for the Calder Trophy, awarded to the NHL's best rookie. Keller had a midseason lull after a superb start to his rookie season and the Coyotes are hoping for even more production his second season as he gains more consistency.
OUTLOOK: The thought of a playoff push had been considered a longshot at best the past few seasons. It could be a reality this season with a still young but talented roster, a year under Tocchet's system and
ADDED scoring depth. A big key will be keeping goalie Antti Raanta healthy after he was limited to 47 games a year ago. Do that and get the scoring boost they're expecting and don't be surprised to see the Coyotes in the playoff hunt late in the season.
Pens look to squash mini-slump in Arizona

On some level Friday when the Pittsburgh Penguins visit the Arizona Coyotes at Gila River Arena, both teams will have a third club on their minds.

The Coyotes are coming off a feel-good win Wednesday. The Penguins are frustrated over a loss Tuesday. Both games were against the San Jose Sharks.

Arizona (21-22-3, 45 points) hopes to feed off a 6-3 win that ended the Sharks' seven-game winning streak.

"I don't think there were any passengers; I think everybody did something to for us to win the game," Coyotes coach Rick Tocchet told reporters following the game.

Arizona has won four of its past five games and is within realistic reach of a playoff spot despite a plethora of injuries.

"That doesn't mean we can stop working," Arizona forward Christian Fischer said. "We need all the points we can get. We just have to keep going. ... We have Pittsburgh coming up here, another really good team."

Before their win over San Jose, the Coyotes turned in their first stinker of 2019, a 7-1 loss in Calgary. The bounce-back against San Jose was aided by a selective memory.

"I have to give the players a lot of credit," Tocchet said. "We have short memories, work hard in practice; stick with the game plan."

While moving on from games -- win or lose -- has been a point of emphasis for the Coyotes, they are hoping to remember enough strong things from the Sharks game to incorporate them against Pittsburgh ... but without relaxing.

"I'm not a roller-coaster guy," Tocchet said. "It's a great win. I'm proud of the guys ... (but) we've got another good team coming into our building Friday night."

One that has a bit of an edge to it right now.

Asked where his team came up short in competing with the Sharks in a 5-2 loss Tuesday, Pittsburgh coach Mike Sullivan was succinct, even terse.

"All over the rink," he told reporters.

The Penguins (25-15-6, 56 points) have lost two straight but aren't exactly in a funk -- so far. They won 10 of 11 games before the two losses.

Nonetheless, the loss at San Jose sticks in their craw.

"I thought we got outplayed," Sullivan said. "We got outplayed in every area of the rink. We weren't good enough. I know we're better than that. I know we're capable of being a much better team."

In particular, the Penguins were outmatched in front of the net and in puck battles.

A two-game slide in the midst of a five-game Western road trip probably won't hold up as a season-killer, but Pittsburgh went through some difficult stretches earlier, particularly in November, and at one point dropped briefly into last place in the Eastern Conference.

The Penguins' recent surge had them knocking on the door of first place in the Metropolitan Division, but with things as tight as they are in the Eastern Conference, the two-game losing streak dropped them into a wild-card spot.

They don't want to move in the wrong direction again for an extended length of time.

"We've worked so hard to put ourselves into a good place," veteran forward Matt Cullen recently told The Athletic. "But we can't have efforts like (the one against San Jose). It's not good enough. We can't afford to play as though we've accomplished anything yet, because we really haven't."

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 5/27/2020 5:30:58 AM EST

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