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Oilers Pegged Dogs in Polarizing 4th Game With Sharks

Zack Kassian was an unlikely hero in Game 3, leading the Oilers to victory with the contest’s one and only goal. Martin Jones has now been beaten five-hole four times in the series and his team is well on its way to an early elimination if the offense continues to be completely impotent. There’s been just three goals scored – all by the Oilers – in the last two contests and the Sharks have converted on just one of their postseason-high 14 chances on the man advantage.

  • Cam Talbot has allowed just 3 goals on 80 shots faced this postseason.
  • The Oilers are 10-2 SU in their last 12 games and 6-0 on the puckline in their last 6 in San Jose.
  • The visiting team is 10-1 on the puckline in the last 11 games in this matchup.

Losing and giving up 44 shots in Game 1, the Oilers got the jitters out of the way early and went on to dominate the Sharks defensively in games 2 and 3, limiting San Jose to just 39 total shots in those games despite being short-handed eight times.

With a power play that operated at an inefficient 16.7 percent clip in the regular season, there’s little hope that the Sharks can figure out their woes with the man advantage this series and they’ll have to look for answers five-on-five, where they thrived all year.

That said, the Oilers have been making chum out of the Sharks since Game 1 and that underdog value on Edmonton is calling my name. If you can find a bet to parlay with that Edmonton +1.5-goal spread, do it. Even if the Sharks win, there’s almost no chance they do it by two goals as they posted just 15 puckline wins at the SAP Center in the regular season.

Opening Odds & Computer Pick

On the opening NHL betting line for this matchup, San Jose sat as -120 favorites over at BetOnline. The total was set at 5 at Bovada but may move closer to puck drop.

Handicapping models based on recent betting stats and prediction formulas pick a 3.7-1.6 win for the Oilers. View the computer score prediction and who will win the pick on the moneyline for all upcoming NHL matchups here.

Edmonton Oilers vs San Jose Sharks Matchup

Team Betting Records & Power Rankings

The Edmonton Oilers will try to spoil to the party on Tuesday; they are 49-26-10 this season, while the Sharks are 47-31-7. Edmonton is 32-44-9 on the totals; San Jose is 22-39-24. Stay Informed: follow us on Twitter for odds specials, betting line moves and San Jose vs Edmonton injuries news.

The San Jose Sharks sit at No. 24 in the current NHL power poll here at Odds Shark, while the Edmonton Oilers sit at a No. 2 on the same chart.

Statistical Matchup

Offensively, the game matches up the San Jose Sharks No. 20-ranked offense (2.64 goals per game) against a Edmonton Oilers defense that ranks No. 7 at 2.53 goals per game allowed. The Sharks powerplay has clicked at a 15.77% rate while the Oilers have a 81.43% rate on the penalty kill.

Recent Outings Betting Recap

In their last action, Edmonton was a 1-0 winner on the road against the Sharks. Bettors on Edmonton at +114 on the moneyline collected their winnings from that game, while the total score (1) sent UNDER bettors home happy as well.

Betting Trends
  • Edmonton is 4-2 ATS in its last 6 games
  • Edmonton is 5-1 SU in its last 6 games
  • Edmonton is 8-2 ATS in its last 10 games on the road
  • Edmonton is 4-1 SU in its last 5 games on the road
  • San Jose is 5-11 SU in its last 16 games
  • The total has gone UNDER in 5 of San Jose's last 7 games
  • San Jose is 2-5 ATS in its last 7 games at home
  • The total has gone UNDER in 4 of San Jose's last 6 games at home

Next Betting Matchups

Edmonton home to San Jose, Thursday, April 20th