Mark Stone, William Karlsson, and the Vegas Golden Knights will face off against Anthony Mantha, Tyler Bertuzzi, and the Detroit Red Wings at Little Caesars Arena for an East-West showdown. AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain will showcase the game, and the opening face-off is at 5 p.m. ET on Sunday, November 10.
Vegas Golden Knights vs. Detroit Red Wings Odds
Vegas is 9-9 straight up (SU) and has lost 3.5 units for moneyline bettors this year. Nine of its outings have gone over the total, while eight have gone under and none have pushed. As the away team this season, the Knights are 5-4 SU.
Vegas has converted on 21.9 percent of its power play chances this year, a mark that’s good enough for 10th-best in the NHL. On the other hand, it has the third-best penalty kill in the league, and it has successfully killed off 88.7 percent of its penalties..
Sporting a .920 save percentage and 27.7 saves per game, Marc-Andre Fleury (9-6-1) has been the best option in goal for Vegas this year. Fleury played last night, however, so the team might decide to rest him and instead turn to Malcolm Subban (0-3-2 record, .911 save percentage, 3.29 goals against average).
On the other side of the rink, Detroit is 5-13 straight up (SU) and has lost 4.5 units for moneyline bettors thus far. Eight of its outings have gone over the total, while six have gone under and four have pushed. The team’s 3-6 SU at home so far this year.
The Red Wings have converted on just 15.0 percent of their power play opportunities this season, a figure that places them in the bottom 10 overall among NHL teams. On the other hand, its penalty kill is ranked 31st overall, and it’s successfully killed off 67.2 percent of all penalties.
Jimmy Howard (27.5 saves per game) has been the primary selection in goal for the Red Wings. Howard has two wins and eight losses to his credit and has registered a pedestrian 3.99 goals against average and a poor .887 save percentage this year.
Vegas Golden Knights at Detroit Red Wings Betting Picks
Prediction: SU Winner – Red Wings, O/U – Over
- The total has gone over in three of Vegas’ last five games.
- Nine of Detroit’s last ten contests have been decided by two or more goals. The team is 2-7 overall in those games.
- Vegas skaters have accounted for the league’s fourth-most hits per game (27.0), but that number’s down to just 19.8 hits over their last five away games.