New York Islanders (33-20-7) at Vancouver Canucks (24-25-12)
NHL Hockey: Tuesday, March 1, 2016 at 10:00 pm (Rogers Arena)
The Line: Vancouver Canucks +136/New York Islanders – 150
The New York Islanders and Vancouver Canucks square off Tuesday night at the Rogers Arena.
The New York Islanders hope to stay hot in the wake of winning eight of their last 13 amusements. The New York Islanders are averaging 2.8 objectives for each diversion and are scoring on 19.2 percent of their strategic maneuvers. John Tavares leads New York with 23 objectives, Brock Nelson has 12 helps and Frans Nielsen has 148 shots on objective. Protectively, the New York Islanders are permitting 2.4 objectives for every diversion and are slaughtering 87.4 percent of their strategic maneuver possibilities. Jaroslav Halak has permitted 75 objectives on 926 shots confronted and Thomas Greiss has surrendered 54 objectives on 776 shots. Halak has permitted five objectives in his last three diversions.
The Vancouver Canucks require a win in the wake of losing five of their last seven diversions. The Vancouver Canucks are averaging 2.4 objectives for every diversion and are scoring on 17.5 percent of their strategic maneuvers. Daniel Sedin drives Vancouver with 23 objectives, Henrik Sedin has 37 helps and Radim Vrbata has 183 shots on objective. Protectively, the Vancouver Canucks are permitting 2.8 objectives for every diversion and are murdering 81.4 percent of their strategic maneuver shots. Ryan Miller has permitted 107 objectives on 1,273 shots confronted and Jacob Markstrom has surrendered 51 objectives on 615 shots. Mill operator has permitted seven objectives in his last three recreations.
The Islanders are 17-5 in their last 22 versus Western Conference and 4-1 in their keep going 5 diversions playing on 1 days rest. The Canucks are 9-19 in their keep going 28 amusements playing on 1 days rest and 1-4 in their last 5 versus a group with a triumphant record. The Islanders are 2-5 in the last 7 gatherings in Vancouver and 1-6 in the last 7 gatherings by and large.
The Islanders have been ablaze for some time now, as they’re moving through the West and ascending the standings. The Canucks are in another droop and haven’t had much late accomplishment against winning groups. Search for New York to keep the cash train rolling.