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Take Over in NHL Vegas Odds For Oilers vs Blues Showdown

The Edmonton Oilers and St. Louis Blues clash for the third and final time this season on Monday. The teams split the first two meetings. Edmonton looks to lock up its spot in the playoffs as it sits second in the Pacific Division, while the desperate Blues try to move up the wild-card standings. St. Louis sits five points out of position. The NHL odds for April 1 have the Oilers as a solid favorite at -200.


Take Over in NHL Vegas Odds For Oilers vs Blues Showdown
Take Over in NHL Vegas Odds For Oilers vs Blues Showdown

Oilers vs Blues Game Information

  • Game: Oilers (45-23-4) vs Blues (39-31-4)
  • Location: Enterprise Center, St. Louis
  • Date/Time: April 1, 9 p.m. ET
  • Oilers vs Blues Live Stream: NHL.com


The Edmonton Oilers go for their fourth straight win when they visit the St. Louis Blues on Monday at the Enterprise Center. NHL betting lines favor the Oilers at -200 on the road, with the sportsbook setting the total at 6½ goals.


Oilers vs Blues Odds and Spreads


  • The over is 5-1 in the Oilers last six overall.
  • The under is 2-0-2 in the Blues last four when their opponent scores five goals or more in their previous game.
  • St. Louis has played 28 games this season with more than 6.5 goals being scored.
  • Four of St. Louis’ last 10 outings have hit the over.
  • The under is 5-1 in the Oilers last six games as a road favorite of -151 to -200.
  • Thirty-five of 72 Edmonton games this season have finished above this matchup’s total of 6.5.


Oilers vs Blues Over/Under Pick: Over 6½ Goals

These two teams combined for the over in their first matchup of the season, and they should end the season series doing so as well.

The Oilers are the fourth-ranked offense in the NHL, averaging 3.61 goals a game this season, and they have been able to keep up that production. Edmonton has scored at least four goals in three straight games.

Though Edmonton’s defense has been solid, it hasn’t been as strong on the road, giving up 4.7 goals per game in its last three on the road. Despite the Blues’ offense being inconsistent, they have still scored five goals in three of their last five games, and should be able to put a couple in the back of the net against the Oilers.

Neither of Edmonton and St. Louis’ expected starting goalies have been performing exceptionally well lately either, offering both offenses the chance for more scoring. The Oilers’ Stuart Skinner has a .888 save percentage in his last three games while the Blues’ Jordan Binnington’s save percentage is .906 in the same time.

With how both offenses have been playing, as well as the goalies, the game should be able to reach the over.



Oilers vs Blues Player Prop: Zach Hyman Anytime Goal (Even)

Hyman leads the high-flying Oilers with 52 goals this season, and isn’t slowing down. Hyman has scored at least once in five of the last six games, with three of those coming on the road.

Hyman went off in his last game against St. Louis to help the Oilers get the win, scoring twice in the three-goal decision, while he has 18 goals in 36 road games. In a game that should have no shortage of goals, expect Hyman to get one of them.



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Oilers vs Blues Prediction

Oilers 4, Blues 3





Questions Of The Day

What is Edmonton’s record on the road?

The Oilers have a 20-15-1 record on the road.

Who leads the Blues in scoring?

Robert Thomas leads St. Louis with 74 points and 51 assists this season.

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