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St. Louis Eyes 10th Home Win in a Row vs Philadelphia

Philadelphia vs St. Louis Betting Odds

The St. Louis Blues are 12-2-1 over their last 15 games, including a 9-0-0 record in their last nine at home. The Blues hope to wrap up a five-game homestand with another win Wednesday night hosting the Philadelphia Flyers.

Philadelphia Flyers vs St. Louis Blues

Opening Odds Analysis

Early action on the Blues has moved St. Louis from its opening line of -165 up slightly to -175. Philadelphia, in turn, is now a +155 road underdog. The total has remained steady at 5.5 goals despite the total going OVER in seven of Philadelphia’s last eight road games.

Philadelphia News & Notes

Philadelphia has been right in the middle of the pack this season in the NHL, ranking 13th in goals scored with 3.07 per game and 14th in goals against, allowing 2.98 goals per game. The team’s goals-against average has improved drastically from the 3.41 goals per game allowed last season, thanks in large part to a defensive scheme that is allowing the fewest shots in the NHL in 2019-20 with only 29 shots against per game.

The Flyers have actually been quite good at home this season with a 15-3-4 record, but their 9-13-2 record away from home has prevented them from gaining much traction in the Metropolitan Division. Philadelphia is 2-6 in its last eight road games against the Blues.

St. Louis News & Notes

Jordan Binnington has made 21 starts at home this season and is 15-3-3 in those games, boasting an impressive 2.11 goals-against average and .926 save percentage at the Enterprise Center. Binnington is 9-1 over his last 10 starts and 22-7-4 on the season, bringing his career record in the regular season up to 46-12-5 since taking over as the Blues’ starting goaltender as a rookie last season.

St. Louis also has a solid offensive output of 3.23 goals per game to go along with its elite defense and goaltending allowing only 2.6 goals per game. The Blues have the best record in the West by a wide margin at 30-10-7, including a 17-4-3 record at home.

Betting Pick: St. Louis ML

The Blues have won nine straight at home and four straight overall; they haven’t given their backers any reason to start doubting them now.

Shark Bites
  • Philadelphia is 2-8 SU in its last 10 games vs the Western Conference.
  • St. Louis is 9-0 SU in its last 9 home games.
  • The OVER is 5-2 in Philadelphia’s last 7 games.