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NHL matchups, odds to watch: November 22


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NHL.com identifies key gameday matchups and players to watch throughout the 2023 24 season.Note: Betting lines provided by Betway U.S. | Ontario 1. Vegas Golden Knights at Dallas Stars 9:30 p.m. ET; SCRIPPS, MAX, TNT VGK moneyline: +105DAL moneyline: 125This is a rematch of the 2023 Western Conference Final, when the Golden Knights defeated the Stars in six games on the way to their first Stanley Cup championship. The Golden Knights are second in the NHL standings 28 points; 13 4 2 this season Jaromir Jagr Jersey, and the Stars are not far behind tied for fourth with 25 points; 12 3 1. The Golden Knights defeated the Stars 3 2 in a shootout Oct. 17 at home.The Golden Knights are led by their strong goalie tandem of Adin Hill and Logan Thompson .918 team save percentage; third best in NHL , and the Stars rank fifth in the category .915 thanks largely to elite starter Jake Oettinger, who has played in 12 of their 17 games and is 8 3 1 with a.920 save percentage.Dallas forward Matt Duchene has a six game point streak with 10 points four goals, six assists in the span. The Stars scored six unanswered goals to defeat the New York Rangers 6 3 at home on Monday, giving Dallas five wins in its past six games. The Golden Knights lost consecutive games on the road to the Philadelphia Flyers 4 3 in overtime Saturday and Pittsburgh Penguins 3 0 on Sunday this past weekend.2. Vancouver Canucks at Colorado Avalanche 10 p.m. ET; ALT, SNP Over 6.5 total goals: 110Under 6.5 total goals: 110This matchup features two of the best offenses in the NHL; the Canucks lead the League in goals per game 4.11 and the Avalanche rank third 3.76. But each team also has a top notch goalie option with Alexandar Georgiev leading the NHL in wins 10 in 15 games; also was tied with Linus Ullmark of Boston Bruins for League lead with 40 last season and Thatcher Demko tied for second nine in 13 games in the category. Among the 27 NHL goalies who have played at least 10 games this season, Demko ranks second in save percentage .929 behind Cam Talbot of the Los Angeles Kings .930 in 13 games.Canucks defenseman Quinn Hughes leads the entire NHL in points 30 in 19 games and ranks second in power play points 14; behind New Jersey Devils forward Jesper Bratt's 16 PPP , while his forward teammates J.T. Miller 29 points; tied for second and Elias Pettersson 28; tied for fourth join him among the League's best. Right wing Brock Boeser is also among the leaders in goals 13 in 19 games; tied for third. But the Avalanche are led by a high scoring defenseman of their own in Cale Makar, who leads the entire NHL in assists 23 in 17 games. The Avalanche's strong penalty kill 86.8 percent; fifth in NHL looks to contain the Canucks' potent power play 31.0 percent; third in League.3. Edmonton Oilers at Carolina Hurricanes 7 p.m. ET; BSSO, SNP, SNO Bill Barber Jersey, SNE, SN1 EDM puckline +1.5 goals : 205CAR puckline1.5 goals : +170Per NHL EDGE stats, the Hurricanes lead the League in offensive zone time percentage 47.2 , and the Oilers rank right behind them in that category 44.6; second. But each team has struggled on the other end of the ice; Edmonton has the worst team save percentage .867 in the NHL this season, and Carolina is fourth worst .878 in the category.Edmonton is 2 2 0 under new coach Kris Knoblauch, who was hired to replace Jay Woodcroft on Nov. 12; the Oilers scored a combined eight goals and allowed four over Knoblauch's first two games but have since allowed 11 over their next two games, consecutive road losses to the Tampa Bay Lightning 6 4 on Saturday and Florida Panthers 5 3 on Monday by two goal margins. The Hurricanes have allowed five goals over their past three games 2 1 0 in span and have a better power play percentage 24.6; tied for seventh in NHL than the Oilers 21.7; 12th , who have taken a step back after leading the League in the category 32.4 last season.Hurricanes wing Andrei Svechnikov is still seeking his first goal of the season none on 19 shots on goal in nine games after missing the start of the season in his recovery from knee surgery but had two hat tricks six goals in two games against the Oilers last season. Forward Evander Kane leads Edmonton in goals five and shots on goal 19 over the first four games under Knoblauch, including a hat trick against the Seattle Kraken on Nov. 15.Canadian ReadersOnly available in Ontario , 19+. Bet the responsible way. Visit our Responsible Gambling page or contact us for further details. ConnexOntario provides service information and resources for people experiencing problems with gambling, drugs, alcohol, or mental health. The service is free, confidential, and available anytime. Call ConnexOntario 24 7 at 1 866 531 2600. Text us at 247247 or chat with us at www.connexontario.ca.U.S ReadersOdds subject to change. Must be 21+ and present in AZ CO IN IA LA permitted parishes NJ OH PA VA. Gambling problem? Call text 1 800 GAMBLER or visit s.


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