Oilers vs Stars: Date, Time, Betting Odds, Streaming, Lineup, More
Since winning a high scoring game on Saturday the Edmonton Oilers head on a 3 game road trip starting in Dallas. The Dallas Stars are having a mediocre season so far. The Stars are 29th in goals for with 42 and 18th in goals against with 50. The Stars play a style of game where they get a large amount of high danger chances and they don’t give up many against.
So far this year the Dallas Stars have got 137 high danger chances for(HDCF) and 124 high danger chances against(HDCA). That is 9th and 28th in the league respectively. On the opposite side of things the Edmonton Oilers give up the 6th most HDCA with 173 and 17th HDCF with 153.
The Dallas Stars just don’t have the high end talent the Oilers have to put those HDCF in the back of the net. The Oilers have played only one more game than the Stars but, have scored 25 more goals. The Dallas Stars top point producer is Miro Heiskanen, he has only 13 points. He would be 6th on the team if he was on the Oilers. Leon Draisaitl actually has more goal than Heiskanen has points as he has a NHL leading 18 goals.
If this game is an open style game like the game on Saturday the Edmonton Oilers should be able to pull out another win fairly easily again tonight. If the game is a tight checking game with minimal chances Edmonton may struggle to pull away on this victory.
The Expected Lineup for the Edmonton Oilers
Date: November 23th, 2021
Time: 6:30 PM
Opponent: Dallas Stars (7-7-2)
Radio: 630 CHED
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Betting Odds: WynnBET
The Edmonton Oilers and Dallas Stars betting odds on WynnBET have Edmonton as +1.5 point underdogs. The Stars have -108 Moneyline odds, while the Oilers are the slightly less at -102. The total for the game is set at an over/under of 6.0 goals.