Detroit Red Wings vs. Edmonton Oilers Player Props, Picks and Predictions – Tuesday, Feb. 13

Dec 9, 2023; Detroit, Michigan, USA; Detroit Red Wings defenseman Moritz Seider (53) handles the puck during the first period at Little Caesars Arena.
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We have your Detroit Red Wings vs. Edmonton Oilers prop betting and game preview needs covered as the Detroit Red Wings hit the road to face the Edmonton Oilers.

The Detroit Red Wings (27-18-6) are set to clash with the Edmonton Oilers (30-17-1) in a highly anticipated matchup at Rogers Place. With both teams in the thick of the playoff hunt, this game could have significant implications for the postseason landscape.

Detroit Red Wings vs. Edmonton Oilers Odds Info

Moneyline: Detroit Red Wings +188 (BetRivers) / Edmonton Oilers -225 (DraftKings)

Puck Line: -1.5 – Detroit Red Wings -120 (DraftKings) / Edmonton Oilers +105 (BetMGM)

Total: 6.5 – +105 (DraftKings) / -121 (BetRivers)

Game Info

Date: Tuesday, Feb. 13

Time: 09:00 PM

Location: Rogers Place – Edmonton, AB


Detroit Red Wings Betting Trends

  • On the road this season, the Detroit Red Wings have 12 wins and 11 losses.
  • As the underdog this season, the Detroit Red Wings have 17 wins and 18 losses.
  • This season, the Detroit Red Wings have hit 29 overs and 22 unders.

Edmonton Oilers Betting Trends

  • At home this season, the Edmonton Oilers have 16 wins and 7 losses.
  • As the favorite this season, the Edmonton Oilers have 27 wins and 15 losses.
  • This season, the Edmonton Oilers have hit 22 overs and 26 unders.

Historic Head-to-Head Stats and Analysis

Over the last two seasons, the Detroit Red Wings and the Edmonton Oilers have faced each other three times, with the Oilers emerging victorious in two of those encounters. The visiting team has consistently outperformed the home side, securing all three wins. When it comes to betting statistics, the Red Wings have proven to be the better bet against the spread, covering it in two out of the three games, while the Oilers have only covered once. The total score has tended to be on the higher side, with the over hitting twice and the under just once. In terms of game play, the Oilers have shown a strong offensive presence, outshooting the Red Wings significantly in two of the three games, with shot totals of 47 and 45 in their respective wins. The Red Wings, on the other hand, have had fewer shots on goal but have managed to keep the games competitive. The faceoff win percentage has been relatively even across the games, with both teams having games where they edged out the other. The penalty minutes varied, with the Oilers racking up 18 in one game, which is notably higher than in other matchups.

The most recent game between the two teams took place on January 11, 2024, and ended with a narrow 3-2 victory for the Oilers in overtime. The Oilers were the favorites going into the game, as indicated by their -176 closing moneyline compared to the Red Wings’ +143. Despite the Red Wings’ home-ice advantage, they were unable to secure a win, continuing the trend of the visiting team’s success in this matchup. The game was tightly contested, with the Red Wings managing to tie the game late in the third period, only for the Oilers to clinch the win in overtime. The Oilers dominated in shots on goal with 47, compared to the Red Wings’ 18, and also had a slight edge in faceoff wins. The goaltenders for both teams faced a busy night, with the Oilers’ Cal Pickard saving 15 out of 17 shots for a save percentage of 0.882, while the Red Wings’ Alex Lyon made an impressive 44 saves on 47 shots, resulting in a save percentage of 0.936. Despite the loss, the Red Wings covered the spread as the underdogs, and the total score stayed under the closing over-under line of 6.5.

Detroit Red Wings vs. Edmonton Oilers Predictions

The Edmonton Oilers are looking to rebound on home ice after a recent stumble on the road that saw their impressive winning streak come to an end. With a strong 16-6-1 record at Rogers Place, the Oilers have been formidable in their own barn, backed by the offensive prowess of Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl. The Oilers’ power play, ranked 3rd in the league, will be a critical factor against the Red Wings’ defense, which has been middle-of-the-pack in terms of goals allowed per game.

Detroit, on the other hand, is coming off a morale-boosting overtime victory and will be looking to carry that momentum into Edmonton. The Red Wings have shown resilience this season, with Dylan Larkin leading the charge offensively. However, the real test for Detroit will be containing the Oilers’ high-flying attack while capitalizing on their own scoring opportunities. The Red Wings’ recent road form suggests they’re up for the challenge, but they’ll need a strong performance between the pipes to secure a win.

This game not only features a battle between two playoff-contending teams but also showcases a duel between star players. McDavid’s league-leading points tally will be put to the test against Larkin’s team-leading goal-scoring ability. Additionally, the goaltending matchup will be crucial, as both teams have netminders capable of stealing games. With the Oilers aiming to solidify their home dominance and the Red Wings seeking to prove their mettle on the road, this game promises to be an exciting contest filled with skill, speed, and strategic gameplay.

Detroit Red Wings vs. Edmonton Oilers Pick

The Edmonton Oilers have demonstrated a strong ability to defend their home ice this season, boasting a 16-6-1 record at Rogers Place. With the Oilers’ high-powered offense, led by Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl, they have the firepower to overcome the Detroit Red Wings’ defense. The Oilers’ third-ranked power play is a significant advantage, especially against a Red Wings team that has been average in terms of goals allowed per game. Additionally, the Oilers are looking to bounce back from a recent loss, and history has shown that they perform well under these circumstances, making them the favorites to win on the moneyline.

While the Red Wings have shown they can be competitive on the road, the Oilers’ need to return to their winning ways at home is a compelling reason to back them in this matchup. The historical head-to-head data indicates that the visiting team has had the upper hand in recent meetings; however, with the Oilers’ current home record and the urgency to maintain their playoff positioning, they are poised to break this trend. The combination of Edmonton’s offensive depth, strong special teams, and the motivation to redeem themselves after a tough road trip makes the Oilers moneyline bet the right pick for this game.

The Pick: Edmonton Oilers -225. (DraftKings)

Detroit Red Wings vs. Edmonton Oilers Player Prop Picks

Here are the players who have hit over their current prop line in at least 7 of their last 10 games.

Detroit Red Wings

Player Name Prop Line Over Rate Over Odds Under Odds Last 10 Average Projection
Dylan Larkin Points 0.5 9/10 -140 +110 1.3 1.20
Daniel Sprong Shots On Goal 1.5 8/10 -190 +145 3.2 3.09
Patrick Kane Shots On Goal 2.5 7/10 +110 -140 3.0 2.95

Edmonton Oilers

Player Name Prop Line Over Rate Over Odds Under Odds Last 10 Average Projection
Evander Kane Shots On Goal 2.5 8/10 -150 +120 3.5 3.53
Leon Draisaitl Assists 0.5 7/10 -145 +114 1.2 1.20
Stuart Skinner Saves 24.5 7/10 -105 -125 25.3 24.60