Edmonton Oilers vs. St. Louis Blues Player Props, Picks and Predictions – Thursday, Feb. 15

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We have your Edmonton Oilers vs. St. Louis Blues prop betting and game preview needs covered as the Edmonton Oilers hit the road to face the St. Louis Blues.

The Edmonton Oilers (31-17-1) are set to face off against the St. Louis Blues (28-22-2) in a thrilling matchup at the Enterprise Center. With both teams fighting for a stronger playoff position, this game could be a critical point in their seasons.

Edmonton Oilers vs. St. Louis Blues Odds Info

Moneyline: Edmonton Oilers -194 (FanDuel) / St. Louis Blues +160 (FanDuel)

Puck Line: +1.5 – Edmonton Oilers +130 (DraftKings) / St. Louis Blues -155 (DraftKings)

Total: 6.5 – -112 (DraftKings) / -104 (BetRivers)

Game Info

Date: Thursday, Feb. 15

Time: 08:00 PM

Location: Enterprise Center – St. Louis, MO


Edmonton Oilers Betting Trends

  • On the road this season, the Edmonton Oilers have 14 wins and 11 losses.
  • As the favorite this season, the Edmonton Oilers have 28 wins and 15 losses.
  • This season, the Edmonton Oilers have hit 23 overs and 26 unders.

St. Louis Blues Betting Trends

  • At home this season, the St. Louis Blues have 15 wins and 10 losses.
  • As the underdog this season, the St. Louis Blues have 19 wins and 16 losses.
  • This season, the St. Louis Blues have hit 21 overs and 31 unders.

Historic Head-to-Head Stats and Analysis

Over the course of the last two seasons, the St. Louis Blues and the Edmonton Oilers have faced off three times, with the Blues emerging victorious in two of those encounters while the Oilers claimed one win. Interestingly, the visiting team has swept all three games, indicating a trend where home-ice advantage did not play a significant role. When it comes to betting statistics, the St. Louis Blues have covered the spread twice, compared to the Oilers who have done so once. In terms of totals betting, the ‘under’ has been the more common outcome, hitting twice, while the ‘over’ has only occurred once. Key statistics from these matchups reveal that the Blues have shown a strong defensive performance, particularly in the game on October 22, 2022, where they shut out the Oilers with a final score of 2-0. The Oilers, on the other hand, have demonstrated their power play capabilities, especially in the game on December 15, 2022, where they had a power play percentage of 40%.

The most recent game between the two teams took place on December 15, 2022, and it was a tightly contested affair that ended in a 4-3 victory for the St. Louis Blues after a shootout. The game was characterized by a strong offensive display from both sides, with the Oilers initially taking the lead through power play goals from Zach Hyman and Connor McDavid. However, the Blues showcased their resilience by fighting back with goals from Jordan Kyrou, Robert Thomas, and Vladimir Tarasenko to tie the game. Jordan Kyrou, who had a particularly impactful performance with multiple points, secured the win for the Blues in the shootout. The game statistics reflect a balanced faceoff win percentage for the Blues at 52.6% and a notable power play contribution from the Oilers. The Blues’ goaltender, Jordan Binnington, made 24 saves on 27 shots, while the Oilers’ Stuart Skinner saved 29 out of 32 shots, both delivering commendable performances between the pipes.

Edmonton Oilers vs. St. Louis Blues Predictions

The Oilers, coming off a recent victory, are looking to continue their winning ways on the road. Led by the phenomenal Connor McDavid, who has tallied an impressive 77 points this season, Edmonton’s offense has been a force to reckon with. Zach Hyman’s 32 goals have also been a significant contribution to the team’s success. The Oilers’ power play has been particularly effective, and their ability to capitalize on these opportunities could be a deciding factor in the game.

On the other side, the St. Louis Blues are aiming to bounce back from a recent loss and defend their home ice. With Robert Thomas leading the team in points, the Blues have shown they can be offensively potent as well. However, their recent games have seen a mix of wins and losses, indicating some inconsistency in their play. The Blues’ ability to shut down the Oilers’ top scorers, especially during power plays, will be crucial in their quest for a win.

This matchup is not just about the star players, as both teams boast depth that could tip the scales. The Oilers’ recent offensive surge will be tested against the Blues’ defensive strategies, which have been effective at times this season. As the teams clash, it will be interesting to see which side can impose their style of play and take control of the game, making for an exciting contest that could go either way.

Edmonton Oilers vs. St. Louis Blues Pick

The Edmonton Oilers are entering this matchup with a strong record and a recent win under their belt, which suggests they have the momentum to secure another victory. With Connor McDavid leading the charge and Zach Hyman providing ample scoring support, the Oilers’ offensive prowess is likely to challenge the Blues’ defense. Additionally, the Oilers’ power play has been a significant advantage for them, and if they can maintain their 40% effectiveness from their last encounter with the Blues, they stand a good chance of overcoming the home team. The Oilers’ recent road performance, winning eight of their last ten games, further bolsters confidence in their ability to perform away from home.

While the St. Louis Blues have the benefit of playing on home ice, their recent inconsistency and a loss in their last game could hinder their performance. The Blues have shown defensive strength in past matchups, but the Oilers’ current form suggests they may struggle to contain Edmonton’s top scorers this time around. Considering the Oilers’ recent trends, their overall season performance, and the high stakes of strengthening their playoff position, an Edmonton Oilers moneyline bet appears to be the more compelling choice for this game.

The Pick: Edmonton Oilers -194 (FanDuel)

Edmonton Oilers vs. St. Louis Blues Player Prop Picks

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

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 -175 +135 3.5 3.6
Leon Draisaitl Assists 0.5 7/10 -130 +100 1.2 1.2

St. Louis Blues

Player Name Prop Line Over Rate Over Odds Under Odds Last 10 Average Projection
Torey Krug Shots On Goal 1.5 7/10 -190 +145 2.4 2.34
Robert Thomas Assists 0.5 7/10 +105 -135 1.1 1.10
Robert Thomas Points 0.5 7/10 -150 +120 1.3 1.20
Brayden Schenn Points 0.5 7/10 +105 -135 0.8 0.84