The Wild areon the moneyline to win, while the Oilers have odds to claim victory when the teams meet on Tuesday. This matchup has an over/under of .
The betting trends in the following article reference odds valid as of April 12, 2022 at 4:13 PM ET.
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Wild Vs. Oilers Betting Odds
Wild Vs. Oilers Player Props
Injury Report as of April 12
Wild: Nicolas Deslauriers: Out (Lower Body), Matt Dumba: Out (Upper Body), Jon Merrill: Out (Upper Body)
Oilers: Josh Archibald: Out (Illness), Jesse Puljujärvi: Questionable (Illness)
|Wild Offense||Stats (Rank)||Oilers Defense|
|3.65 (4)||Goals/Game||3.14 (20)|
|32.6 (11)||Shots/Game||31.9 (18)|
|11.2% (2)||Shooting %||9.8% (15)|
|6.4 (2)||Giveaways/Game vs Takeaways/Game||7.5 (8)|
|Oilers Offense||Stats (Rank)||Wild Defense|
|3.44 (7)||Goals/Game||3.10 (18)|
|33.8 (9)||Shots/Game||31.7 (16)|
|10.2% (11)||Shooting %||9.8% (15)|
|10.1 (27)||Giveaways/Game vs Takeaways/Game||5.8 (28)|
Wild And Oilers Betting Trends
- The Wild have won 68.8% of their games this season when they’ve been a moneyline favorite (33-15).
- Minnesota has gone 24-11 in games it has played as a moneyline favorite with odds of -130 or shorter (68.6% win percentage).
- Based on this matchup’s moneyline, the Wild’s implied win probability is 56.5%.
- This season the Oilers have won seven of the 19 games, or 36.8%, in which they’ve been an underdog.
- Edmonton has gone 5-8, a 38.5% win rate, when it’s been set as an underdog of +110 or more by bookmakers this season.
- The Oilers have a 47.6% chance to win this game based on the implied probability of the moneyline.
Head to Head
Minnesota secured a 7-3 win in the last matchup between these teams. Kevin Fiala led the Wild with two goals and one assist. Evander Kane and Zach Hyman were two of the three Oilers skaters to score one goal apiece.
- With 42 goals and 48 assists this season, Kirill Kaprizov is one of Minnesota’s top contributors (90 points).
- Mats Zuccarello is another of Minnesota’s important contributors currently with 72 total points (22 goals and 50 assists) to his name.
- With 63 points through 71 games (24 goals and 39 assists), Fiala has been an important part of Minnesota’s offensive attack this season.
- Across 51 games played, Marc-Andre Fleury has a goaltending record of 22-16-4. During those games, he’s allowed 138 goals while recording 1419 saves.
- Connor McDavid has racked up 108 points (1.5 per game) for Edmonton, with 42 goals and 66 assists in 72 games (playing 22:12 per game).
- Leon Draisaitl has scored 101 total points (1.4 per game) this campaign. He has 50 goals and 51 assists.
- Edmonton’s Hyman is among the top offensive players on the team with 48 total points (24 goals and 24 assists).
- Mikko Koskinen is 22-10-2 on the season, allowing 121 goals (3.0 goals against average) and compiling 1138 saves with a .904 save percentage (33rd in the league).