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Oilers vs. Canucks Betting Odds, Free Picks, and Predictions - 10:07 PM ET (Fri, May 10, 2024)


The Edmonton Oilers take on the Vancouver Canucks in NHL Hockey action on Friday, May 10, 2024. Puck drop is set for 10:07 PM ET.

Need betting advice for this game? You've found the right article! We at CapperTek have all the latest sports betting tools and information to help put you on the right side of the betting action for this match-up.


Oilers vs. Canucks Game Info and Betting Odds

Away Team: Edmonton Oilers (Favorite)
Home Team: Vancouver Canucks (Underdog)
Date: Friday, May 10, 2024
Time: 10:07 PM ET
League: National Hockey League (NHL)

Edmonton Oilers Moneyline: -132
Vancouver Canucks Moneyline: +116

Edmonton Oilers Puck Line: -1.5 (+189)
Vancouver Canucks Puck Line: +1.5 (-219)

Game Total Goals: 6 (Over -120 / Under +104)

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A Closer Look Inside the Betting Numbers

We here at CapperTek provide in-depth betting trends for both the Edmonton Oilers and the Vancouver Canucks, but let's take a closer look inside some of the betting numbers for this match-up right now.

First let's take a glance at the away team and -132 betting favorites, the Edmonton Oilers.

In their last 10 games, the Oilers have a Straight Up record of 5 wins, 5 losses and an active Straight Up streak of 1 loss in a row. Also in their last 10 games, the Oilers have an Against-the-Spread record of 3 wins, 7 losses and an active Against-the-Spread streak of 3 losses in a row. The Game Total Goals results for Oilers games have a record of 7 overs, 3 unders in their last 10 games with an active streak of 2 overs in a row.

OK now let's take a glance at the home team and +116 betting underdogs, the Vancouver Canucks.

In their last 10 games, the Canucks have a Straight Up record of 7 wins, 3 losses and an active Straight Up streak of 2 wins in a row. Also in their last 10 games, the Canucks have an Against-the-Spread record of 7 wins, 3 losses and an active Against-the-Spread streak of 2 wins in a row. The Game Total Goals results for Canucks games have a record of 4 overs, 6 unders in their last 10 games with an active streak of 1 over in a row.

If you you would like more detailed betting information for this match-up such as the trends or steaks broken down into Home vs. Away splits, or Favorite vs. Underdog splits, make sure to check out the Oilers vs. Canucks Trend Finder directly.


Who's Going to Win This Game? Our Prediction

We pride ourselves here at CapperTek on providing our users with the most advanced machine learning artificial intelligence to simulate game outcomes using algorithms we have custom designed over 10+ years of research and development.

Based on our simulation of the Oilers vs. Canucks NHL game, we have the Vancouver Canucks beating the Edmonton Oilers with a simulated final score of: Edmonton Oilers [3] - Vancouver Canucks [4]

Sometimes our game simulations change, like if there's a major line movement, drastic shift in the odds, or if there's a key injury, etc. To make sure you have the latest and most accurate simulation, you can run the Oilers vs. Canucks Simulation directly. Also after the Oilers vs. Canucks game is finished, you can re-run the simulation and check out how the simulated final result did compared to the actual final result.


What Should I Bet On? Our Free Picks

Now let's get down to the real reason you're here, who or what should you bet on in the Oilers vs. Canucks NHL match-up? Based on the simulated prediction and results for this match-up above, we here at CapperTek suggest you place the following bets:

Free Moneyline Pick: Canucks +116

Free Puck Line Pick: Canucks +1.5 (-219)

Free Total Pick: Over 6 (-120)


We hope our free picks and predictions help you out if you're wagering on the Edmonton Oilers vs. Vancouver Canucks NHL Hockey match-up. Our betting tips are based on detailed analytics and wagering intelligence to provide you the best possible plays. Our goal is to provide valuable sports betting information to gamblers and help put them on the right side of the action.

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Panthers forward Matthew Tkachuk can't wait.

"The best time of year," Tkachuk said. "Everybody knows that."

Game 3 of a knotted-up Eastern Conference second-round series between the Panthers and Bruins is Friday in Boston, the teams splitting the first two games in Florida - and tensions ran hot in Game 2. Tkachuk and Bruins star David Pastrnak fought in the third period, a rarity for offensive stars. It was just the third fighting penalty of the season for Tkachuk, and Pastrnak's first since March 2018.

Florida won 6-1 and the only people busier than the ones logging the goals were the ones logging the penalty minutes, with 12 misconducts getting handed out in the third period alone.

"I don't think there's going to be any spillover to the next game," Bruins coach Jim Montgomery said. "They're two teams that are rivals. We played each other last year, playing each other this year, it's going to be a series. And what I'm really proud of, I'm proud of Pasta. There's so many guys out there pushing after a whistle when the linesmen are there. Pasta and Tkachuk, they just went out there and fought. That's what you like. You like your hockey players to be competitors."

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Also Friday, Game 2 will happen in Vancouver between the Canucks and the Edmonton Oilers. Vancouver erased a three-goal deficit to win 5-4 in Game 1 on Wednesday night.

"It's a resilient group," Canucks coach Rick Tocchet said. "Sometimes we're not pretty. Sometimes things happen. But I just feel like it's a real close group."

The Panthers and Bruins - teams that met in a seven-game series in Round 1 last year, won by Florida in an upset - are pretty close groups as well. And Wednesday's events probably brought the respective rooms even closer.

From Florida's perspective, there were things to like: a five-goal win, holding Boston to 15 shots on goal, getting its first power-play score of the season against the Bruins, standing tall when things got physical late and above all else tying up the series. From Boston's perspective, there was much to celebrate as well from its road trip: the Bruins got home-ice advantage by taking Game 1, still have beaten Florida in five of six meetings this season and know the crowd will be raucous.

"This is what playoffs are about," Bruins forward Brad Marchand said. "This is where rivalries are built and obviously with last year, it kind of started there and they play a physical game and we're able to do that as well. ... It's going to be a physical series. We know that. That's what fans love. It's exciting."

Florida may get forward Sam Bennett back; he hasn't played yet in the series because of an upper-body injury sustained in Round 1 against Tampa Bay. Bennett will go through morning skate on Friday before the Panthers make a final decision.

The Bruins will have a choice in net, either going back to Jeremy Swayman for an eighth consecutive start or opening with Linus Ullmark. He relieved Swayman in the third period on Wednesday once the Bruins got down 4-1.

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Rick Tocchet's Vancouver Canucks are apparently never out of a game. After coming back from down two goals with under three minutes left to win in overtime last series against Nashville, they erased an even bigger deficit down 4-1 in the second-round opener before beating the Oilers in regulation.

"This is when you need a close group, these situations," said Tocchet, a finalist for the Jack Adams Award as coach of the year.

And sometimes you just need a save, which the Oilers could have used from Stuart Skinner on Conor Garland's shot that became the Game 1 winner Wednesday night.

"There's going to be games where they're not his 'A' game, and he will be the first to admit today wasn't his 'A' game," coach Kris Knoblauch said. "But we'd never doubt him with how he plays and more importantly how he responds after a game that wasn't his best. Stu has played very well for us throughout this time, and he'll play really well for us in the games going forward."

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AP Hockey Writer Stephen Whyno contributed to this report.

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