A fun intra-conference matchup is set for Friday night when the Minnesota Wild (69 points) visit the Toronto Maple Leafs (78 points). Minnesota is third in the Central division, but the Avs are just two points back with three games in hand. Toronto is second in the Atlantic and are just two points ahead of Tampa Bay. Below is my NHL pick for Minnesota vs Toronto.
Wild vs Maple Leafs Betting Pick
|ℹ️ The Pick:||Toronto Moneyline (-198)|
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This game will be played at Scotiabank Arena at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, February 24, 2023.
Why Bet the Maple Leafs:
✅ Toronto is 4-2 in their last six games played.
✅ The Maple Leafs are 15-5 in their last 20 home games.
✅ Minnesota is 1-5 in their last six road games.
Toronto Maple Leafs
|1.33||Avg Opp Score||3|
|2.33||Avg Opp Score||2.33|
|1.6||Avg Opp Score||3|
|3.2||Avg Opp Score||2.6|
|2.4||Avg Opp Score||2.9|
|3.4||Avg Opp Score||2.8|
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Last time out, Minnesota took a trip to Columbus and left with a 2-0 win. The Wild scored two goals in the first 8:48 of the game and that was all the offense in this one. Marc-Andre Fleury stopped all 30 shots on his net and recorded his 73rd career shutout in the victory.
Brandon Duhaime and Kirill Kaprizov both scored for Minnesota. Three Wild players recorded an assist on the night.
Kirill Kaprizov is leading the way for the Wild this season as he leads the team with 34 goals and 68 points. Mats Zuccarello has dished out a team high 36 assists. Minnesota is scoring 2.84 goals per game and allow 2.74.
Toronto Maple Leafs
Toronto visited the Buffalo Sabres and earned an impressive 6-3 victory. This game was over fast as the Maple Leads scored four first period goals and never looked back. Toronto extended their lead before the Sabres went on a three-goal run to make it 5-3. Ultimately, it was too little too late for Buffalo.
Ryan O’Reilly, hat trick, was joined on the scoresheet by John Tavares, Michael Bunting, and William Nylander. Mitch Marner had five assists and was joined by four other Maple Leafs who recorded at least one assist.
Toronto has been balanced this year as William Nylander has a team high 32 goals and Mitch Marner leads the way with 51 assists and 71 points. The Maple Leafs score 3.45 goals per game and allow just 2.66.