Oilers vs. Jets Player Props, Picks and Predictions – Thursday, Nov. 30

Nov 28, 2023; Winnipeg, Manitoba, CAN; Winnipeg Jets center Cole Perfetti (91) warms up before a game against the Dallas Stars at Canada Life Centre.
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We have your Edmonton Oilers vs. Winnipeg Jets prop betting and game preview needs covered as the Edmonton Oilers hit the road to face the Winnipeg Jets.

The Edmonton Oilers (8-12-1) are set to face off against the Winnipeg Jets (12-7-2) in a battle on the ice at Canada Life Centre. With the Oilers on a three-game winning streak and the Jets looking to snap a two-game skid, this matchup promises to be a clash of momentum.

Edmonton Oilers vs. Winnipeg Jets Odds Info

Moneyline: Edmonton Oilers -115 (BetRivers) / Winnipeg Jets -104 (BetRivers)

Puck Line: +1.5 – Edmonton Oilers +195 (BetMGM) / Winnipeg Jets -250 (BetMGM)

Total: 6.5 – +110 (PointsBet) / -120 (BetMGM)

Game Info

Date: Thursday, Nov. 30

Time: 08:00 PM

Location: Canada Life Centre – Winnipeg, MB


Edmonton Oilers Betting Trends

  • On the road this season, the Edmonton Oilers have 3 wins and 8 losses.
  • As the favorite this season, the Edmonton Oilers have 8 wins and 10 losses.
  • This season, the Edmonton Oilers have hit 14 overs and 7 unders.

Winnipeg Jets Betting Trends

  • At home this season, the Winnipeg Jets have 6 wins and 5 losses.
  • As the underdog this season, the Winnipeg Jets have 3 wins and 6 losses.
  • This season, the Winnipeg Jets have hit 10 overs and 11 unders.

Historic Head-to-Head Stats and Analysis

Over the course of the last two seasons, the Winnipeg Jets and the Edmonton Oilers have faced off four times, with the Jets emerging victorious in three of those encounters. The games have been evenly split in terms of venue advantage, with both the visiting and home teams securing two wins each. When it comes to betting statistics, the Jets have proven to be the more reliable pick against the spread, covering it in three out of the four games, while the Oilers have only managed to do so once. The total score outcomes have been evenly distributed as well, with the over hitting twice and the under also occurring twice. Key statistics from these matchups show a range of performance with the Jets scoring as many as 7 goals in a game and as few as 2, while the Oilers have had a high of 6 and a low of 1. The Jets have demonstrated a strong defensive game with a high of 20 blocks in a single game, and their goaltending has been solid, with save percentages often above the .800 mark. The Oilers have shown offensive prowess with shot counts reaching as high as 40 in a game, but have also faced challenges, such as incurring up to 9 penalties in a single game.

The most recent game between the two teams took place on October 21, 2023, and ended with a 3-2 victory for the Winnipeg Jets in an overtime thriller. The Jets, who were the visitors and underdogs with a closing moneyline of 139, managed to overcome a two-goal deficit after the Oilers’ strong start with goals from Darnell Nurse and Evan Bouchard in the first period. The Jets’ resilience was on display as they fought back with Josh Morrissey scoring in the first period, followed by Vladislav Namestnikov’s equalizer in the second. Mark Scheifele then sealed the win with an overtime goal. The Jets’ goaltender, Connor Hellebuyck, had an impressive night, saving 38 out of 40 shots for a save percentage of 0.95. Despite the Oilers generating a high volume of shots on goal, they were unable to capitalize on their opportunities as effectively as the Jets did. This game also saw the total score fall under the closing over-under of 6.5, with a combined score of 5.

Edmonton Oilers vs. Winnipeg Jets Predictions

The Edmonton Oilers are heading into this game with a newfound confidence, having secured three consecutive victories after a rocky start to the season. Despite their current 13th place standing in the Western Conference, the Oilers have been showing signs of the high-octane offense they’re known for, led by superstars Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl. McDavid, with 20 assists, and Draisaitl, with 28 points, continue to be the driving force of the Oilers’ attack. However, Edmonton’s road record of 3-8-0 suggests they face an uphill battle in Winnipeg.

The Winnipeg Jets, on the other hand, are positioned sixth in the Western Conference and are aiming to rebound from two consecutive losses. With a solid home record of 6-4-1, the Jets will look to leverage their home-ice advantage. Key players like Kyle Connor, who leads the team with 14 goals, and Mark Scheifele, with a team-high 16 assists, will be crucial in sparking the Jets’ offense. Winnipeg’s defense, which has been relatively strong this season, will need to be on high alert to contain the Oilers’ top scorers.

This game is not just a test of offensive prowess but also a showcase of goaltending talents, with the Jets’ Connor Hellebuyck and the Oilers’ Stuart Skinner expected to play pivotal roles. The matchup also features a tactical battle between the Oilers’ power play unit, which will be looking to exploit any weaknesses in the Jets’ penalty kill. As both teams vie for a crucial win to bolster their playoff aspirations, the spotlight will be on the star players to make an impact and on the defenses to stand firm under pressure.

Edmonton Oilers vs. Winnipeg Jets Pick

The decision to back the Winnipeg Jets on the moneyline is rooted in their solid home record and the Oilers’ struggles on the road. Winnipeg’s 6-4-1 record at the Canada Life Centre indicates a level of comfort and success on home ice that cannot be overlooked. Additionally, the Jets have historically had the upper hand in recent matchups against the Oilers, winning three out of the last four encounters. With the Oilers’ road woes (3-8-0) and the Jets’ ability to bounce back from losses, as evidenced by their avoidance of three consecutive defeats this season, the scales tip in favor of Winnipeg. Furthermore, the Jets’ recent performance against the spread, covering it in three out of the last four games against Edmonton, adds another layer of confidence to this pick.

While the Oilers boast offensive firepower with McDavid and Draisaitl, the Jets have demonstrated resilience and a collective team effort that could neutralize Edmonton’s threats. The goaltending matchup also favors the Jets, with Hellebuyck’s consistent form likely to be a key factor. Considering the Oilers’ defensive inconsistencies and the Jets’ ability to capitalize on their chances, the smart money is on Winnipeg to utilize their home advantage and return to winning ways. The historic head-to-head data reinforces this decision, and despite the Oilers’ recent uptick in form, the Jets’ overall season performance and trends suggest they are the more reliable bet in this matchup.

The Pick: Winnipeg Jets -104. (BetRivers)

Edmonton Oilers vs. Winnipeg Jets 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
Evan Bouchard Points 0.5 9/10 -140 +110 1.1 1.08
Leon Draisaitl Assists 0.5 7/10 -105 -125 1.0 1.00
Evan Bouchard Assists 0.5 7/10 -105 -125 0.9 0.89
Evander Kane Points 0.5 7/10 -145 +114 1.0 0.97
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Points 0.5 7/10 -180 +140 1.0 0.98

Winnipeg Jets

Player Name Prop Line Over Rate Over Odds Under Odds Last 10 Average Projection
Mark Scheifele Shots On Goal 2.5 8/10 +100 -130 3.1 3.16
Cole Perfetti Points 0.5 8/10 -105 -125 0.9 0.91
Cole Perfetti Shots On Goal 1.5 7/10 -145 +114 2.1 2.17
Mark Scheifele Points 0.5 7/10 -195 +150 1.4 1.20