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The Toronto Maple Leafs could go into a high-scoring matchup of two top-five NHL offences without No. 1 centre Auston Matthews and No. 1 goalie Frederik Andersen – which could lead to them being an underdog for the first time all season. The Maple Leafs will face the host Edmonton Oilers in a game that is a -110 pick’em with a 6.5-goal total on the NHL odds for Saturday at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com.
The Maple Leafs are 4-10 in their last 14 games as an underdog at sports betting sites with the total going OVER six of the last eight times. Edmonton is 5-1 in its last six home games and the total has gone OVER over in seven of the Oilers’ last 11 games at home.
Maple Leafs vs Oilers | OddsShark Matchup Report
Toronto is 3-2-1 against Edmonton under coach Sheldon Keefe, with an average total of 6.5 goals in the six matchups. Toronto’s results against the Oilers have not come easily. The Maple Leafs have outscored the Oilers 12-9 in the five-on-five phase while being on the short end in shots-for percentage (46.5), expected goals-for percentage (42.9) and high-danger chances share (41.7), according to Natural Stat Trick.
Author: Nation World HQ / The Leafs Nation