Flyers Vs Bruins Preview: Betting Odds, Predictions, TV | NHL 1/16/2019

Published on January 15, 2019 at 11:51 PM EST

Updated on January 15, 2019 at 11:52 PM EST

NHL Preview: Philadelphia Flyers vs Boston Bruins

Home Team: Philadelphia Flyers
Away Team: Boston Bruins
Location: Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia)

Game Date: Wednesday, 1/16/2019
Game Time: 4:30 PST / 5:30 MST / 6:30 CST / 7:30 EST
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Wednesday’s matchup features the Philadelphia Flyers (17-23-6) going up against the Boston Bruins (26-15-5) at home. This is their first meeting since April 1st, a game that the Philadelphia Flyers won by a score of 4-3.

Betting Odds & Picks

The opening line favors the Boston Bruins to win at -1.5, 97% have picked the Boston Bruins to cover the spread. The total number of points scored for the over/under is listed at 6, 66.7% have picked the over. The moneyline for this game is Philadelphia Flyers: +120, Boston Bruins: -140 and 77.9% have picked the Boston Bruins to win the game. Get a 50% bonus up to $1,000 when you join MyBookie with Promo Code: HeroSports

Philadelphia Flyers

The Flyers lost their last game. In their last game, the Philadelphia Flyers won against the Minnesota Wild by three at home, 7-4. In 59 minutes Carter Hart collected 34 saves on 38 shot attempts, an 89.5% save percentage. He had 3 shorthanded saves and 31 even saves. James van Riemsdyk took three shots and scored three goals in 20:14 minutes. Nolan Patrick took two shots and scored two goals and two assists in 14:02 minutes. Wayne Simmonds had two goals on two shots in 16:27 minutes.

Philadelphia ranks #8 in the Metropolitan division, #15 in the Eastern conference and #29 in the NHL, with 40 points on the season. They are currently #9 in the wildcard race. The Flyers rank well in face-offs won (#3), shots allowed (#8) and win percentage when opponent scores first (#17). Their weakest areas are win percentage when outshooting opponents (#31), save percentage (#31) and win percentage when outshot by opponents (#31).

Boston Bruins

The Bruins come into this one with a 2-game winning-streak. They were beaten by the Montréal Canadiens in their last game at home, 3-2. In 59 minutes Tuukka Rask collected 19 saves on 22 shot attempts, an 86.4% save percentage. He had 19 even saves. Brad Marchand made one goal and one assist on six shots in 18:26 minutes. David Krejci made one goal on three shots in 21:32 minutes.

Boston is currently ranked as the #3 seed in the Atlantic division, #5 in the Eastern conference and #10 in the NHL, with 57 points in the standings on the season. The Bruins rank well in save percentage (#2), power play percentage (#2) and power play goals (#3). Their weakest areas are shooting percentage (#25), goals per game (#19) and face-offs won (#15).


  • VS
  • 2.8 3.6 18 13.0 138 31.5 30.2 0.563 0.267 0.692 0.765 0.231 0.471 2682 1520 1162 56.7 8.8 0.882
  • Goals/Game Opp Goals/Game PWR Goals PWR% PWR Opps Shots/Game Shots Ag/Game Score 1st Win % Trail 1st Win % Lead 1Per Win % Lead 2Per Win % Outshoot Win % Outshot Win % FO Taken FO Won FO Lost FO Win % Shooting % Save %
  • 2.9 2.6 41 27.9 147 33.2 31 0.727 0.417 0.842 0.947 0.5 0.6 2790 1410 1380 50.5 8.7 0.916

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