|When:||Monday, May 23, 2022 at 9:30pm ET|
|Venue:||Enterprise Center, St. Louis, MO|
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Bet on Colorado Avalanche to win at -166
The game will be played at Enterprise Center on Monday, May 23, 2022, at 9:30 PM ET.
Why bet on Avalanche?
✅ The Avalanche were able to win both of their first two playoff games thanks to their offensive prowess. They scored nine goals in the series, including five in Game Three.
✅ Mikko Rantanen, Nathan MacKinnon, and Gabriel Landeskog, who have all been leading the team in the playoffs with a total of 10 goals, were the main reasons why the Avalanche were able to win Game Three.
✅ The play of Darcy Kuemper, who has been making a lot of saves during the playoffs, has been a big reason why the Avalanche have been able to win. Kuemper has a .926 save percentage and 1.99 GAA on 148 shots.
The Avalanche were able to easily beat the Nashville Predators in the first round of the playoffs. It was also helped by the absence of starting goalkeeper Juuse Saros, who was injured during the start of the series.
The Blues were able to beat the Avalanche in Game Two. This marked the first time this playoff that they were able to defeat Colorado. The Avalanche hold a 4-1 record against St. Louis.
Despite falling behind 1-0 in Game Three, the Avalanche were able to bounce back and win the game. They are currently leading the series with 54.45% of the expected goals scored through 5-on-5 play.
The Blues need Ville Husso to rediscover his form after he led the league in save percentage and goals-against average during the regular season.
During the season, he took over the starting job from Jordan Binnington. However, in the first round of the playoffs, Husso struggled against the Wild. He allowed three goals on 19 shots and his save percentage is .891, which is the lowest mark among all playoff netminders.
Despite being outplayed on the 5-on-5, the Blues have managed to hold a slight advantage in special teams. The Blues are also able to capitalize on their power plays, which has been a key component of their success. St. Louis is 2-5 on power plays while Colorado is 1-6.