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Betway Bet of the Day: Coleman to continue point streak against the familiar Coyotes
By Tyson Cole1 month ago
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The Arizona Coyotes seek their revenge tonight after an embarrassing 6-2 loss to the Calgary Flames last Thursday night. With four goals in the first period, the Flames chased the Coyotes starting goalie, Karel Vejmelka.
Historically, the Flames have had no troubles with the Coyotes, winning eight of their last nine head-to-head matchups. Coming into tonight’s game, these teams are going in opposite directions, with the Flames winners of three straight and the Coyotes losers of four of their last six.
Blake Coleman point (-125)
Blake Coleman has been on a tear lately, registering a point in three straight games, totalling seven points — including a game against the Coyotes where he finished with three points. Dating back even further, of his last 18 games, Coleman has 24 points.
Since January 1st, the Arizona Coyotes have played six games. In those games, the Coyotes are averaging 4.0 goals against; this includes a shutout in their most recent outing. Arizona has allowed 3+ goals to the Flames in all nine of their last head-to-head matchups.
Dylan Guenther over 1.5 shots on goal (-138)
Your $15 bet would return $25.90.
Dylan Guenther has cleared this shots line in all four games since being called up to the big club, averaging 3.3 shots on 5.0 shot attempts per game. Just five days ago, when these last two teams met, Guenther had two shots on six shot attempts.
The Flames are not your prototypical target when playing a shots on goal prop, but the opposing team’s right-wingers have been able to exploit their defence. Calgary allows the second most shots on goal to the position over their last twenty days, averaging 8.5 shots per game.
Dylan Guenther goal (+300)
Your $5 bet would return $20.00.
We’re doubling up on Dylan here. It’s a home (province) coming for the former first-round draft pick. Being from Edmonton, Guenther grew up a fan of the Flames biggest rivals, the Oilers. Guenther will likely have family members in attendance as this is his first trip to his home Province this season.
Since his call-up, Guenther has goals in two of his four games, totalling three goals. He failed to score in their last game against the Flames but had his highest shot attempt total, with six attempts.
Mikael Backlund over 2.5 shots on goal – WON – (+10.00)
Jonathan Huberdeau Point – LOSS – (-10.00)
Pavel Dorofeyev Goal – LOSS – (-5.00)
The Huberdeau-Lindholm-Sharangovich line was finally held off the scoresheet, but Backlund found the back of the net on his third shot on goal. Dorofeyev finished with five shots on goal but failed to find the back of the net.
All-Time Record: 12-11 (+$9.28)
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