New York Islanders vs. St. Louis Blues
|Date & Time||Monday October 14, 2019, 1:00 PM (EDT)|
STL -115 O/U 5.5
The St. Louis Islanders visit the New York Islanders for an NHL Monday matinee. St. Louis was beaten Saturday night by the Montreal Canadians 6-3. The scored was knotted 3-3 at the start of the third period, but the Blues defense let up and allowed three goals over the final 20 minutes of play. Vince Dunn, Samuel Blais and Brayden Schenn scored for the Blues in the loss.
New York beat the Florida Panthers on Saturday 3-2 in a shootout to snap a losing skid of two straight. Brock Nelson scored for the Islanders during the shootout. Semyon Varlamov made 35 saves in net for the Islanders and stopped all three attempts made by the Panthers during the shootout. Josh Bailey and Anders Lee scored for the Islanders during regulation.
Brayden Schenn leads St. Louis in goals scored with four, while Ryan O’Reilly leads in assists with six and points with seven. In net for the Blues, Jordan Binnington is 2-1-1 with goals against of 2.97 and save percentage of .910. St. Louis is scoring an average of 3.40 goals per game, while allowing an average of 3.40 per game.
Anthony Beauvillier leads the Islanders in assists with two and in points with three. Josh Bailey leads the Islanders in points scored with four. Semyon Varlamov is 1-2-0 with goals against of 3.15 and saves percentage of .905. The Islanders are scoring an average of 2.20 goals per game, while allowing an average of 3.00 per game.
St. Louis is 5-1 in its last 6 on the road
The OVER has cashed in each of the Blues last 4
New York is 2-7 in its last 9
The UNDER has cashed in 6 of the Islanders last 7 at home
While St. Louis will win on the road Monday, the play here is UNDER. The UNDER has cashed in 6 of the Islanders last 7 at home, each of the Islanders last 6 on Monday and 7 of the Islanders last 9 when played on 1 days rest. The UNDER has cashed in each of the last 4 meetings between the two played in New York. Final Score Prediction, St. Louis Blues win, but our best play is UNDER 3-1