San Jose Sharks (@3.0) vs Toronto Maple Leafs (@1.83)
26-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Toronto Maple Leafs will win

San Jose Sharks – Toronto Maple Leafs Match Prediction | 26-10-2019 19:05

The Sharks got goals from Justin Braun and Joe Pavelski in the third period to tie it, and Logan Couture scored the only goal in a shootout. Jones stopped Mitch Marner, Matthews and Nikita Soshnikov in the shootout. Last year, the Sharks won in Toronto 3-2 in a shootout. San Jose put 42 shots on Frederik Andersen. The under is 5-2 in the past seven meetings overall.

That is 13th in the league. On defense Toronto has 846 hits and they have blocked 574 shots from the opposition, which is 20th in the league. Their Fenwick percentage of 48% ranks 27th as they have 1,781 attempts while they have given up 1,930 shots on the defensive end. The Maple Leafs are 26th in the league in starting possessions in the offensive zone, doing so 48.2% of the time. They have 1,316 face-off wins compared to 1,263 losses, meaning their face-off win percentage is 51%. Their defensive zone percentage is at 51.8% for the season, which is 7th in the NHL. Toronto is 23rd in the NHL in Corsi percentage with 49.2% as they've attempted 2,422 shots on net at full strength while they've given up 2,504 shots on net in the same situations.

No. The team then lost in Vancouver and Edmonton, but Tuesday night won in Montreal 4-1 in the second game of a five-game road trip. Montreal and Marc-Edouard Vlasic a goal and an assist. The Sharks only average 2.7 goals per game no player has more than 27 points but are Top 5 in goals-against and on the penalty-kill so when they score at least three goals they usually win. Hes second in the league in goals-against average (1.98) and save percentage (.934). The first was Dec. 1 goaltender Jones was pulled from Sundays 6-0 wipeout in Dallas so backup Aaron Dell got the call against the Canadiens and had 30 saves. 14 in Calgary. The Sharks (21-12-4) have two victories in four games in Canada this year. Timo Meier had two goals vs.

Sharks vs. Maple Leafs Prediction

On defense San Jose has 670 hits and they've blocked 577 attempts from opposing offenses, which is 19th in the league. That puts them 6th and 28th in the league in zone percentages respectively. They are 4th in the NHL in Fenwick percentage with 52.8% as they have 1,700 shots while they've given up 1,521 attempts on defense. That ranks them 4th in Corsi percentage. That is 12th overall in the NHL. The Sharks start possessions in the offensive zone 54% of the time while their defensive zone percentage is at 46% for the year. San Jose has a Corsi percentage of 52.5% as they've tried 2,323 shots on goal while at full strength while they have surrendered 2,098 shots on net when they have a full team on the ice. They have 1,126 face-off wins as opposed to 1,069 losses, meaning their face-off win percentage is 51.3%.

He has 17 goals this year with 97 shots on goal, giving him a shooting percentage of 18%. He's made 1,036 saves for a save percentage of 92%. Auston Matthews has 31 total points this season for the Maple Leafs. Nazem Kadri averages 16.2 minutes of ice time per contest. He has 10 assists, giving him a total of 23 points on the year. In that time he has a shooting percentage of 13% by scoring 13 goals on 99 attempts. He has 1,125 shots against him and he's given up 89 goals. Frederik Andersen has 20 wins and 12 losses this season in net for the Maple Leafs. He has a total of 14 assists on the year and averages 18.5 minutes played per contest.

San Jose has a record of 21-12-4 this year and away from home they have a record of 9-6-2-0. They are 3rd in the Atlantic Division. They've scored 135 goals and have given up 120 for a goal differential of +15. Their record against the spread is 23-18-0 while their over/under mark is 21-17-0. For the year they have an ATS mark of 21-16-0 and an over/under record of 12-24-0. They are 3rd in the Pacific Division. Toronto has a record of 23-16-2, including 11-6-0-0 on home ice this year. They've tallied 102 goals and surrendered 93 goals for a point differential of +9.

They have tallied 45 goals and surrendered 40 goals for a point differential of +5. They've scored 27 goals and have given up 26 for a goal differential of +1. San Jose has a record of 5-5-0 including 2-3-0 on home ice this year. They are 3rd in the Atlantic Division. Toronto has a record of 7-4-0 this year and away from home they have a record of 3-1-0. They are 5th in the Pacific Division. For the year they have an ATS mark of 7-4-0 and an over/under record of 8-2-0. Their record against the spread is 5-5-0 while their over/under mark is 3-6-0.

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They are 27th in the league with 102 goals and 29th in goals allowed with 93. They allow 30 shot attempts to their opposition per game and have a team save percentage of 92%, ranking them 7th in the NHL at stopping the puck. They average 32 shots per contest and as a team shoot 8.51% for the year. They've had 132 power play chances and scored 29 goals on those opportunities for a percentage of 22%. The Sharks are 15th overall with 46 total points this year. The Sharks have given up 122 power play opportunities and surrendered 18 goals on those chances for a penalty kill percentage of 85% this season. That is 2nd in the league. That is 5th in the NHL.

James van Riemsdyk averages 14.3 minutes of ice time per game this season. He has a total of 7 assists on the year and averages 18.2 minutes played per contest. He has 8 goals this season with 35 shots on net, giving him a shooting percentage of 23%. Auston Matthews has scored 15 total points this year for the Maple Leafs. In that time he has a shooting percentage of 15% by tallying 5 goals on 33 attempts. He has 328 shots against him and he's surrendered 36 goals. He's made 292 stops for a save percentage of 89%. Frederik Andersen has 6 wins and 4 losses this season in goal for the Maple Leafs. He has 4 assists, giving him a total of 9 points on the year.

Andersen had 34 saves in a tough-luck loss. One bright spot was the return of centre Nazem Kadri from a two-game absence due to an upper-body injury. They put 29 shots on Vezina Trophy favourite Andrei Vasilevskiy, who had his sixth shutout of the year. It was the first time Toronto had been blanked since a 2-0 loss in Minnesota on Dec. 14. 30 in Edmonton. He had four shots on goal and was minus-1 in 17:15 of ice time. Kadri hasnt found the net since Nov. Toronto (23-16-2) had a chance to make a bit of a statement Tuesday when it started a six-game homestand against the NHLs best team in Tampa Bay, but the Lightning won 2-0 to hand the Leafs their third straight loss.