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Tuesday, November 12, 2019 at 10:05pm EST
Rogers Arena, Vancouver
Written by Bosun Akinpelu

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Nashville Predators vs. Vancouver Canucks

Where: Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC

When: Tuesday, November 12, 10:00 PM. ET.

The Vancouver Canucks will be trying to snap their four-game losing streak when they take on the Nashville Predators on Tuesday night.

Predators Looking For Second Win In Their Last Six Games

The Predators are in the middle of their worst slump of the season, losing their last two games and four of their last five games. They will try to put an end to their losing streak with a win over the Canucks, which will give them their second win in their last six games.

Nashville has played well on offense, averaging 3.82 goals per game. They are averaging 3.4 goals per game during their losing streak and will need to continue playing well to give themselves a chance to snap their losing streak on Tuesday.

Nick Bonino leads the Predators with eight goals. He has two goals and one assist in their last three games. Ryan Ellis leads the team with 11 assists. He has one goal and two assists their last five games, while Roman Josi leads the team with 17 points.

The Predators haven’t played well defensively this season and are giving up 3.06 goals per game. They have given up four goals per game in their last five games and need to get back to playing good defense if they want to pick up the win.

Canucks Trying To Snap Two-Game Losing Streak To Predators

The Predators have lost their last four games, but things don’t look any better for the team because they will be trying to snap their losing streak against the Predators, who have won the last two meetings between the teams and four of the last five games between the two teams.

Vancouver is averaging 3.11 goals per game, but the team has struggled offensively in their last four games, averaging two goals per game. They will need to take advantage of the fact that the Predators are giving up four goals per game over their last five games if they want to end their losing streak.

J.T. Miller leads the Canucks with eight goals. He has two goals and three assists in their last five games. Elias Pettersson leads the team with 15 assists and 21 points. He has two goals and one assist in their last five games.

The Canucks have played better on the defensive end, holding opponents to 2.56 goals per game. They will need to keep the Predators under three goals if they want to give themselves a chance to win this game.

Best Bets for this Game

Full-Game Side Bet

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Even though they have lost their last two games to the Predators, the Canucks are the best bet here because the Predators have struggled defensively this season, especially in their last five games, giving up four goals per game during that span. The Predators' defensive struggle should work to Vancouver’s advantage as they try to break their offensive slump. The team is averaging two goals per game over its last five games but will have plenty of scoring opportunities against the Predators. With their defense holding opponents to 2.56 goals per game, the Canucks should be able to pull off the win.

Prediction: Vancouver Canucks -110

Full-Game Total Pick

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With both teams struggling offensively, it is hard to see them score enough goals to go over the game total. The Predators are averaging 3.82 points per game, but their offense will struggle against the Canucks, who are holding opponents to 2.56 goals per game. The Canucks are averaging 3.11 goals per game, but managing only two goals per game in their last five games, which is why the under makes the most sense here.

Prediction: Under 6
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Written By Bosun Akinpelu

Bosun is very passionate about sports and he feels bad to get paid for doing this, but we here at Winners and Whiners are glad to have him as a part of the team. As someone who minored in Mathematics, Bosun has a lot of faith in numbers, and will make his picks based on stats and not emotions. He has been successfully picking winners for quite some time, so if you want to get paid, then stick with Bosun.