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Oilers vs. Panthers Betting Odds, Free Picks, and Predictions - 8:20 PM ET (Tue, Jun 18, 2024)

The Edmonton Oilers battle the Florida Panthers in NHL Hockey action on Tuesday, June 18, 2024. Puck drop is set for 8:20 PM ET.

Want betting info or a prediction 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. Panthers Game Info and Betting Odds

Away Team: Edmonton Oilers (Underdog)
Home Team: Florida Panthers (Favorite)
Date: Tuesday, June 18, 2024
Time: 8:20 PM ET
League: National Hockey League (NHL)

Edmonton Oilers Moneyline: +124
Florida Panthers Moneyline: -141

Edmonton Oilers Puck Line: +1.5 (-221)
Florida Panthers Puck Line: -1.5 (+190)

Game Total Goals: 5.5 (Over -106 / Under -110)

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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 Florida Panthers, but let's take a closer look inside some of the betting numbers for this match-up right now.

First let's break down the away team and +124 betting underdogs, 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 win in a row. Also in their last 10 games, the Oilers have an Against-the-Spread record of 4 wins, 6 losses and an active Against-the-Spread streak of 1 win in a row. The Game Total Goals results for Oilers games have a record of 4 overs, 6 unders in their last 10 games with an active streak of 2 overs in a row.

OK now let's break down the home team and -141 betting favorites, the Florida Panthers.

In their last 10 games, the Panthers have a Straight Up record of 7 wins, 3 losses and an active Straight Up streak of 1 loss in a row. Also in their last 10 games, the Panthers have an Against-the-Spread record of 4 wins, 6 losses and an active Against-the-Spread streak of 1 loss in a row. The Game Total Goals results for Panthers games have a record of 3 overs, 7 unders in their last 10 games with an active streak of 2 overs 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. Panthers 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. Panthers NHL game, we have the Edmonton Oilers beating the Florida Panthers with a simulated final score of: Edmonton Oilers [4] - Florida Panthers [3]

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. Panthers Simulation directly. Also after the Oilers vs. Panthers 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. Panthers 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: Oilers +124

Free Puck Line Pick: Oilers +1.5 (-221)

Free Total Pick: Over 5.5 (-106)

We hope our free picks and predictions help you out if you're wagering on the Edmonton Oilers vs. Florida Panthers 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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Connor McDavid wanted the Edmonton Oilers to drag the Florida Panthers back to Alberta, then he did everything in his power to make that happen.

McDavid scored twice, including the empty-netter to seal it, and set up two goals to keep the Stanley Cup Final going with a 5-3 victory in Game 5 Tuesday night - avoiding elimination and sending the series all the way back across North America. Game 6 is Friday in Edmonton.

"He puts this team on his back," veteran forward Corey Perry said. "When we're against the wall, he puts us on his back and he plays. You see why he is the best player."

With back-to-back four-point performances, McDavid joined Wayne Gretzky in 1985 as the only players to have four or more in two games of a final. His eight over this span are the most for a player in consecutive games for a team on the brink.

"Connor doing Connor things," linemate Zach Hyman said. "That's what makes him special. He's able to elevate his game at the most important time, the biggest reason why we've come so far. We're not here without him. He continues to drive the bus."

"Drag them back to Alberta" became the Oilers' rallying cry, started by McDavid after he led the way in avoiding a sweep and echoed by Connor Brown hours before puck drop in Sunrise. Brown, the other Connor, scored short-handed five minutes in after Stuart Skinner made several big-time saves on the first few shifts as the Panthers opened with a strong push in their second chance to hoist the Cup.

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That will have to wait thanks to the Edmonton power play that was 0 for the series at 5 on 4 building the lead with goals by Hyman and Corey Perry, each one assisted on by McDavid. Hyman's goal was his NHL postseason-leading 15th.

Retired referee Kerry Fraser, who worked the final 12 times during his lengthy career, posted on social media, "Connor McDavid reminds me of how Mark Messier could take over a playoff game and ultimately a series." Fraser referenced Messier carrying the Oilers to the Cup in 1990 - the franchise's last championship, which capped that dynasty's run of five in seven years.

McDavid now has 42 points on this run. Only Gretzky (twice) and Mario Lemieux have more in a single postseason. His 42nd into the empty net with 19 seconds left set off the Oilers' victory song, "La Bamba," playing all over Edmonton.

"We believe," fan Trevor Savage said after watching Game 5. "We all knew it was possible. We knew Connor could lead us. We knew the team was going to be ready, and we're just excited for Game 6 back home."

McDavid did not do the dragging by himself.

Brown's goal made Edmonton the first time since the 1991 Pittsburgh Penguins (Mario Lemieux and Bob Errey) to score short-handed in back-to-back games in the final. And Skinner, whose play coming into the series looked like the biggest uncertainty, stopped 29 of the 32 shots he faced.

Meanwhile, the Oilers again got to Sergei Bobrovsky, three nights after chasing him from Game 4 midway through an 8-1 rout. McDavid's goal in particular Tuesday night from a tight angle, a soft one to give up by the goaltender everyone just calls "Bob."

More shaky Bobrovsky when the series shifts back to Edmonton could set the stage for a comeback not seen in more than 80 years. The Oilers became just the third team in Cup final history and first since New Jersey in 2012 to fall behind 3-0 and win the next two games, and the only team to come all the way back to win it all was the 1942 Toronto Maple Leafs.

"It's been a crazy story this whole year," Hyman said. "We've got to continue to write it. It doesn't make for a good story unless you finish it."


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