The Vegas Golden Knights are hosting the Edmonton Oilers in the most interesting duel of Saturday night’s schedule in T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV on November 27, 2021.
- Vegas Golden Knights and Edmonton Oilers
- NHL – Regular season
- Date – 27/11/2021
- Starting time – 7 PM ET
- Venue: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, NV
Vegas Golden Knights Stats & Form
After a rough start losing four of the first five games of the season, the Golden Knights are climbing the standings in the Western Conference and most definitely will be a playoff contender for another year.
Coach Peter DeBoer’s team is currently 4th in the Pacific Division and 5th in the Western Conference with a 12-8-0 record. They are coming into tonight’s game off an impressive 5-2 road win against the Nashville Predators. Chandler Stephenson and Mark Stone each had a goal and an assist while Jonas Rondbjerg, Adam Brooks and Alex Pietrangelo also scored for Vegas. Robin Lehner finished the game with 26 saves.
Max Pacioretty returned from injured reserve after 17 games. He had not played since the second game of the season due to a lower-body fracture. The Golden Knights are 4-2-0 against Pacific teams. Vegas ranks fifth in the Western Conference with 32.5 shots per game and is averaging 3.2 goals.
Vegas Golden Knights News
Mike Amadio and Jonathan Marchessault are still in the health and safety protocol and will not be available for the game against the Predators. Jack Eichel, William Karlsson, Alec Martinez and Nolan Patrick are also out due to injuries.
Edmonton Oilers Stats & Form
The Edmonton Oilers are having a fantastic season so far sitting second in both the Pacific Division and the Western Conference with a 14-5-0 record which is only one point shy of the leading Calgary Flames.
The Oilers started the season with nine wins in the first ten games and recently have won three of the last four games. In their last game on Sunday, they won 5-3 on the road against the Arizona Coyotes. Leon Draisaitl and Connor McDavid each had two goals and two assists to lead the Oilers. Draisaitl has 10 goals in his last eight games, and McDavid got right back in the scoring column after his season-long, 17-game point streak ended in a 4-1 loss Tuesday at Dallas.
Draisaitl leads the NHL with 20 goals and 40 points, and he became the second player in Edmonton history, after Wayne Gretzky, with 40 points before the 20th game of a season. The Oilers are 6-0-0 against opponents in the Pacific. Edmonton is second in the Western Conference averaging 3.8 goals per game.
Edmonton Oilers Leafs News
The Oliers’ injury list is pretty long as Josh Archibald, Dylan Holloway, Slater Koekkoek, Darnell Nurse, Devin Shore, Mike Smith and Alex Stalock are all out for tonight’s game.
Vegas Golden Knights vs Edmonton Oilers Head-to-Head Stats
The Vegas Golden Knights have won four of the last six games against the Oilers but Edmonton won 5-3 in their last meeting on October 22 in Vegas. Leon Draisaitl recorded a team-high 3 points for the Oilers. Three of their last five games have been under 5.5 goals.
Vegas Golden Knights vs Edmonton Oilers Betting Odds
How tough it is to predict tonight’s winner is easily seen by the odds as the Golden Knights are at 127 while the Oilers are at 154. The draw is set at 356. The total goals margin is set at 6 with -118 odds to go over and -110 to go under.
Both teams have many injuries which will demand other players to take advantage of the given chance. The Oilers are the team with a deeper roster but Vegas has played well at home lately.
Therefore the best bet for this game is to go under 6 goals in total at -110.
- Tip Quote (Home team win): 127 by 22bet
- Tip Quote (Draw): 356 by 22bet
- Tip Quote (Away team win): 154 by 22bet
- Expert betting tip: Under 6 goals (-110 by 22bet)