Detroit Red Wings vs. Ottawa Senators - 11/19/19 NHL Pick, Odds, and Prediction
Ottawa Senators at Detroit Red Wings
Tuesday, November 19, 2019 at 7:30 PM (Little Caesers Arena)
DET -120 O/U 6 Click Here for the Latest Odds
Ottawa is looking at a rebuilding year, but the Senator rebuild is going quite a bit better than the Red Wings. Granted, the last game against the Sabres the Senators did not look that great as the game was a 4-2 loss. Even with the loss the Senators are still out of the basement with an 8-11-1 record on the year.
Jean-Gabriel Pageau is the leading scorer when it comes to finding the net with 11 goals and 15 points overall. The assist leader for the Senators is Connor Brown with a total of 12 assist on the year. Anders Nilsson is the leader in the net for the Senators with 5 wins and a 92.5% save percentage on the year and a 2.76 goals against average.
The Red Wings are sitting in the basement and while the Detroit team may not claim to be in a rebuilding process it is very obvious to the fans that the Red Wings are having issues. That was well documented in the last game against the Sharks which was a 4-3 loss. The loss dropped the Red Wings in to the basement of the Atlantic with a 7-12-3 record on the year.
Anthony Mantha is the player the Red Wings have come to rely on this year for the goal scoring with 11 goals and 21 points overall. When it comes to passing the puck the Red Wings have relied on Tyler Bertuzzi with 12 assist on the year. Jonathan Bernier is the goalie who has picked up the wins for the Red Wings on the year with 5 wins, but has an 89.2% of the shots sent towards him turned away. Bernier has allowed 3.17 goals a game.
With the Red Wings the team has really had a lot of problems and the defense is not that great either. The Senators tend to play really well on the year, but the Senators offense has been a weak point at times. Look for the Senators to come into the game and actually show up on offense against a very weak Red Wings defense. Final Score Prediction, Ottawa Senators win 4-2.