The Calgary Flames meet the Dallas Stars for Game 4 of their seven-game playoff series in the first round of the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. Dallas has won the last two contests between these teams, and now hold a 2-1 edge in the series, so let’s see what’s the best Flames vs. Stars betting pick for Monday evening.
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Flames vs Stars FanDuel Betting Pick
This game will be played at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas at 9:30 PM ET on Monday, May 9, 2022.
Why Bet The Stars:
✅ The Dallas Stars Jake Oettinger has been the difference for Dallas in the series. He stopped 39 of 41 shots in Game 3 and has now stopped 68 of the last 70 shots that he is faced. Oettinger has allowed three goals through the first three games, posting a 1.01 goals-against average and a .696 save percentage.
✅ The Dallas Stars played very well at home during the regular season, posting a 27-10-4 record. That included closing out the season by going 4-0-1 over their last five regular-season games at the American Airlines Center, and now they have won their first home game of the playoffs.
✅ The Dallas Stars have continued to dominate the Calgary Flames in Dallas, winning three of the last four games between these teams at the American Airlines Center. The Stars have dominated the Flames in Dallas all-time, posting a 44-28-1 record at home and are 99-79-0 at home in their playoff history.
The Calgary Flames (50-21-11; 45-37 ATS) have scored just three goals in the series and the vaunted line of Johnny Gaudreau, Matthew Tkachuk, and Elias Lindholm have only six total points after producing 301 points combined during the regular season.
The Flames are getting spectacular goaltending out of Jacob Markstrom, who has a 1.36 goals-against average through the first three contests. He has stopped 69 of 73 shots, giving him a .942 save percentage, but the club is producing virtually no offense for him.
The Dallas Stars (46-30-6; 34-48 ATS) Jake Oettinger has been spectacular through the first three contests, posting a 1.01 goals-against average and a .969 save percentage. Oettinger has stopped 96 of 99 shots.
Joe Pavelski scored two goals in the victory on Saturday, giving him three goals through the first three games of the series. He leads all NHL players in playoff goals since 2016, producing 38. Dallas is a +3 in goal differential in the playoffs after going -8 during the regular season.