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NHL : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 10/24/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore



VANCOUVER (5-4-0-0, 10 pts.) at VEGAS (4-4-0-0, 8 pts.)
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Wednesday, 10/24/2018 10:05 PM
Board OpeningLatest
7VANCOUVER+180Ov 5.5,-115+230Ov 5.5,-115
8VEGAS-215Un 5.5,-105-270Un 5.5,-105
VANCOUVER - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-4-0+4.85-4+4.84-
Team Stats (Road Games)3-3-0+3.23-3+3.22-
Last 5 Games3-2-0+3.13-2+3.11-
vs. Division1-1-0+0.21-1+0.22-04.521.54.536.0
VANCOUVER Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)92778102322512.0%25624.0%39
Team Stats (Road Games)6185751215611.5%20525.0%25
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)511342201298.5%10220.0%15
Team Stats (vs. Division)29324014320.9%7228.6%15
Stats Against (All Games) 2996140328910.0%36719.4%51
Stats Against (Road Games) 218490219011.1%21523.8%35
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 14347011509.3%16425.0%25
Stats Against (vs. Division) 9216027212.5%13323.1%16
VANCOUVER - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
JACOB MARKSTROM (All Games)4413412190.3%02-2+0.52-2-003-1
JACOB MARKSTROM (Road Games)22685885.3%00-2-20-2-0-22-0
JACOB MARKSTROM (vs. Division)22706390.0%01-1+0.21-1-002-0
JACOB MARKSTROM (Last 4 Games)4413412190.3%02-2+0.52-2-003-1
ANDERS NILSSON (All Games)5515213991.4%03-2+4.23-2-0+41-4
ANDERS NILSSON (Road Games)4412011192.5%03-1+5.23-1-0+50-4
ANDERS NILSSON (vs. Division)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
ANDERS NILSSON (Last 4 Games)4411810689.8%02-2+1.82-2-0+21-3

VEGAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-4-0-1.34-4-1.33-
Team Stats (Home Games)2-1-0+0.22-1+0.21-
Last 5 Games3-2-0+13-2+11-42.432.62.224.4
vs. Division1-0-0+11-0+10-
VEGAS Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)818449132676.7%2428.3%22
Team Stats (Home Games)3932402999.1%11218.2%11
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)512336021637.4%16212.5%15
Team Stats (vs. Division)1311101456.7%5120.0%5
Stats Against (All Games) 2161050119410.8%23417.4%39
Stats Against (Home Games) 7232007010.0%1218.3%13
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 11245011229.0%15213.3%21
Stats Against (vs. Division) 100100185.6%200.0%2
VEGAS - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
MARC-ANDRE FLEURY (All Games)7716214690.1%04-3-0.34-3-003-4
MARC-ANDRE FLEURY (Home Games)33615488.5%02-1+0.22-1-001-2
MARC-ANDRE FLEURY (vs. Division)11181794.4%01-0+11-0-0+10-1
MARC-ANDRE FLEURY (Last 4 Games)44999393.9%03-1+23-1-0+21-3
MALCOLM SUBBAN (All Games)21312787.1%00-1-10-1-0-10-1
MALCOLM SUBBAN (Home Games)1099100.0%00-000-0-000-0
MALCOLM SUBBAN (vs. Division)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
MALCOLM SUBBAN (Last 4 Games)21312787.1%00-1-10-1-0-10-1
Average power rating of opponents played: VANCOUVER 3.51,  VEGAS 3.06
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 WINNIPEG1-4L0, +240L6 unU
10/20/2018BOSTON2-1W0, +130W6 unU
10/22/2018WASHINGTON2-5L0, +125L6 evO
10/24/2018at VEGAS 
10/25/2018at ARIZONA 

VEGAS - Schedule
10/4/2018PHILADELPHIA2-5L0, -180L6 unO
10/6/2018at MINNESOTA2-1W0, +100W5.5 evU
10/8/2018at BUFFALO2-4L0, -150L5.5 ovO
10/10/2018at WASHINGTON2-5L0, +125L6 evO
10/11/2018at PITTSBURGH2-4L0, +170L6.5 ovU
10/13/2018at PHILADELPHIA1-0W0, -110W6 ovU
10/16/2018BUFFALO4-1W0, -210W5.5 evU
10/20/2018ANAHEIM3-1W0, -175W5.5 unU
10/26/2018TAMPA BAY 
10/30/2018at NASHVILLE 
11/1/2018at ST LOUIS 
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.
VEGAS: LAST SEASON: 51-24-7, 109 points. First place Pacific Division.
LOST to Washington Capitals in Stanley Cup Final
COACH: Gerard Gallant (second season, eighth NHL season).
ADDED: LW Max Pacioretty, C Paul Stastny, D Nick Holden
LOST: RW James Neal, LW David Perron, D Luca Sbisa
PLAYER TO WATCH: William Karlsson. Before last season, Karlsson's previous career highs were nine goals and 20 points, numbers he reached in 2015-16. Last season, he was the catalyst for the Golden Knights' high-octane offense by finishing with 43 goals and 78 points in the regular season. He agreed to a one-year, $5.25 million extension over the summer and will be looking to prove he's worth every dollar and deserving of a bigger contract next summer.
OUTLOOK: After their run to the Stanley Cup Final, the losses of Neal and Perron meant the Golden Knights would take a significant hit to their offense. But the additions of Stastny and Pacioretty immediately made Vegas a contender again. Shea Theodore ended his holdout, and when fellow-defenseman Nate Schmidt returns from his 20-game suspension in November, the Knights may be favored to win the Western Conference again.
Canucks continue tough trip in Vegas

The Vancouver Canucks go from one Stanley Cup Finals participant to the next, losing to the defending champion Washington Capitals at home Monday night and traveling to Las Vegas to play the Vegas Golden Knights on Wednesday night at the T-Mobile Arena.

Vancouver coach Travis Green said he believes the Canucks (5-4-0) can learn from the way the Capitals played in his team's 5-2 loss on Monday night.

"They don't just go out there and just play summer hockey. They play the game the right way," Green said of Alex Ovechkin and Co. "These are valuable experiences and lessons for our players, our young players especially.

"They're big, they're strong, they're skilled, they win puck battles, they manage the puck. They do everything that Stanley Cup winning teams do. And they're deep. Man, that's a good hockey team."

The same could be said about Vegas (4-4-0) in the Golden Knights' dreamy inaugural season last year, when they shocked the NHL by advancing to the Stanley Cup Finals against the Capitals.

The Golden Knights have shown flashes of yesteryear in their present three-game winning streak, which includes a dominating 3-1 win over the first-place Anaheim Ducks on Saturday.

William Karlsson, Ryan Reaves and Jonathan Marchessault scored off a season-high 45 shots while allowing the Ducks to attempt only 18. Marchessault's score came on an empty net.

"Our forecheck was amazing," Marchessault said. "We played fast. We got a lot of shots off -- not necessarily quality ones -- but we still got good chances. ... It was good to get a good home game here."

Marc-Andre Fleury finished with 17 saves for his 408th career victory and passed Glenn Hall for 10th on the all-time list for goaltenders.

Fleury has allowed two goals in his last three games and has stopped 69 of 71 shots in that span.

Vancouver goalie Anders Nilsson had a much tougher night against Washington, allowing five shots to reach the net out of 33 attempts.

Penalties played a big part in the Canucks' loss, with Washington netting two power-play goals. The Canucks also converted on a power play, a point of emphasis for them.

Right winger Brock Boeser fired a hard shot with puck bouncing off the pads of Capitals goalie Braden Holtby and on to Sven Baertschi's stick. Holtby didn't have time to reset before Baertschi fired the shot past him for his third goal of the year.

"For us on the power play, we've talked about taking more shots, playing more direct and not trying to be too cute," Vancouver center Bo Horvat said. "(Boeser) made the right play, put it on net and (Baertschi) was right there for the rebound."

Horvat echoed Green by saying the Canucks can learn from how the Capitals played --aggressive, creating penalty opportunities and capitalizing on them.

"They were moving their feet, getting on the forecheck, taking the play to us at times," Horvat said.

The Golden Knights hope to put together a strong first 20 minutes against Vancouver similar to how they played against the Ducks. They had more than twice as many shot attempts as Anaheim (27-12) and held a 15-3 advantage in shots on goal.

Despite that discrepancy, Vegas did not score until 13.7 seconds remained in the first period on a power-play goal by Karlsson when he redirected Marchessault's shot in the net. It was Karlsson's second goal in as many games after he was held without a goal in the first six games.

"We played a good team and controlled the play a lot," Fleury said. "It's still early in the season, but when the playoffs come around and you need to push to make it, getting those early points can help you win the race."

Last Updated: 3/23/2019 1:46:52 PM EST

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