Vancouver vs St. Louis: Can the Canucks advance further?
22/08/2020, 01:45 GTM
After the season resumed, Berubi's team lost 6 matches out of 7 and in the last one snatched a victory only in overtime. The Canadian club will try to get the desired result again and will not allow the “notes” to roam in the attack.
Vancouver has one of the most dramatic episodes ever. At first, it led the series with a score of 2:0, after which it lost two fights in a row and in the previous meeting it snatched a victory with a score of 4:3, having made a real comeback. Before the equator of the match, Travis Green's team was 1:3 inferior, but then “joined” the game and played the end of the second period flawlessly, scoring three goals.
We emphasize that Tyler Mott scored the first and last goals in that fight and Jakob Markstr?m had almost the best game in the playoffs, reflecting 36 shots. Now the psychological advantage in the sixth meeting will clearly be on the side of the Canucks and they need to use it wisely. We emphasize that constant pressure from the team helps the Blues to make mistakes.
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“St. Louis” put itself in a difficult position, although it seemed that everything was starting to improve and soon it will be them who will take the lead. However, a slight loss of concentration has led to the fact that now "Musicians" are once again in the role of catch-up. Note that, unlike Vancouver, the team has never scored more than three goals per game and if it fails four times in defense, it will be almost impossible for them to recoup.
However, we recall that in the previous match Craig Beryuba's wards managed to excel in the majority and Zach Sanford scored the puck. But, in general, of course, the third periods remain the weakness of the Blues, because in them they look the least active.
We think that Vancouver's attack is already used to the Musicians' defense and is capable of opening it more than twice per meeting. In addition, the psychological advantage in the upcoming fight will be on the side of the Canucks, as they made a comeback in the previous match and they only have to take one step before reaching the next round. Considering these factors, we rely on the individual total of Green's squad and on their victory.
Our bet is Vancouver's individual total over 2.5 goals for 2.15 in BC 1xBet.
We also take the Canucks' victory with the Asian handicap (0) with odds of 2.34
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