Avalanche Vs Blues: Game 4 NHL Playoffs Second Round Betting Lines, Odds And Trends – May 23, 2022

Written By Staff on May 22, 2022

The latest betting lines say the Avalanche are -155 on the moneyline and the Blues are +135 to win Game 4 of the NHL Playoffs Second Round on Monday. This matchup has a total of 6.5.

The betting trends in the article below use the latest odds as of May 23, 2022 at 8:12 PM ET.

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Avalanche Vs. Blues Betting Odds

Avalanche Vs. Blues Player Props

Injury Report as of May 23

Avalanche: Ryan Murray: Out (Hand), Samuel Girard: Out (Sternum), Nico Sturm: Out (Healthy Scratch)

Blues: Torey Krug: Out (Lower Body), Jordan Binnington: Out (Knee), Marco Scandella: Out (Lower Body)

Stat Rankings

Avalanche Offense Stats (Rank) Blues Defense
3.77 (4) Goals/Game 2.91 (11)
35 (4) Shots/Game 31.6 (16)
10.8% (6) Shooting % 9.2% (8)
6.4 (2) Giveaways/Game vs Takeaways/Game 7.5 (10)
Blues Offense Stats (Rank) Avalanche Defense
3.78 (3) Goals/Game 2.84 (8)
30.3 (18) Shots/Game 31.9 (18)
12.5% (1) Shooting % 8.9% (6)
7.7 (11) Giveaways/Game vs Takeaways/Game 7.2 (12)
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Avalanche And Blues Betting Trends

  • The Avalanche have put together a 58-23 record when listed as a moneyline favorite this season.
  • Colorado is 51-18 (winning 73.9% of its games) when playing as a moneyline favorite of -155 or shorter.
  • Based on this game’s moneyline, the Avalanche have an implied win probability of 60.8%.
  • The Blues have won 16, or 48.5%, of the 33 games they have played as an underdog this season.
  • This season St. Louis has won six of its 14 games, or 42.9%, when it’s the underdog by at least +135 on the moneyline.
  • Sportsbooks have implied, given the moneyline set for this matchup, that the Blues have a 42.6% chance to win.

Head to Head

In the last matchup between these teams, Colorado earned a 5-2 win. Artturi Lehkonen recorded two goals for the Avalanche. Ryan O’Reilly and Colton Parayko scored one goal apiece for the Blues.

Date Favorite Home Team Spread Total Result
5/21/2022 Avalanche Blues -1.5 6.5 5-2 COL
5/19/2022 Avalanche Avalanche -1.5 6.5 4-1 STL
5/17/2022 Avalanche Avalanche -1.5 6.5 3-2 COL
4/26/2022 Avalanche Avalanche -1.5 6.5 5-3 COL
10/28/2021 Avalanche Blues -1.5 6.0 4-3 COL

Avalanche Leaders

  • A leading offensive player this season for Colorado, Mikko Rantanen has put up 92 points.
  • Nathan MacKinnon is another of Colorado’s top contributors currently with 89 total points (32 goals and 57 assists) to his name.
  • With 87 points through 71 games (28 goals and 59 assists), Nazem Kadri has been an important part of Colorado’s offensive efforts this season.
  • Darcy Kuemper (36-11-1) has a 2.5 goals against average and a save percentage of .921 for Colorado.

Blues Leaders

  • Vladimir Tarasenko’s 81 points make him a pivotal offensive option for St. Louis. He has put up 34 goals and 47 assists in 75 games.
  • Robert Thomas is one of the top contributors for St. Louis with 75 total points (1.0 per game), with 19 goals and 56 assists in 72 games.
  • Jordan Kyrou is a key player on offense for St. Louis with 27 goals and 48 assists.
  • Ville Husso has a 21-7-2 record this season, with a .919 save percentage (12th in the league). He has 1136 saves, and has given up 100 goals (2.6 goals against average).


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