Philadelphia Flyers vs. Winnipeg Jets Prediction, NHL Odds

Nik Kowalski | Updated Apr 27, 2022

James van Riemsdyk, Philadelphia Flyers, 2022

The Flyers have been abysmal this season on the road. They’re 11-24-5 in away games and have four wins in their last 20 road outings.

Philadelphia
25-46-7-4
AT
April 27, 2022, 7:30 PM ET
Bell MTS Place
Winnipeg
39-32-7-4
Puckline +1.5 -137
Moneyline +174
Over / Under o +6.5

19%

Betting Action

81%

Puckline -1.5 +114
Moneyline -210
Over / Under u +6.5

19%

Betting Action

81%

The already-eliminated Philadelphia Flyers and Winnipeg Jets have struggled down the stretch of their seasons but a new two points are up for grabs when they meet Wednesday. Philadelphia’s 25-44-11 record has them in second-last place, but on the bright side it will likely reward them with a top-five draft pick. Winnipeg’s failed to meet their season expectations, going 36-32-11 and sitting in 12th place in the Western Conference.

Puck drop at Canada Life Centre goes at 7:30 p.m. EDT with Winnipeg -180 on the moneyline and the over-under set at six on the NHL odds.

Flyers vs. Jets NHL Betting Odds

Philadelphia’s got the better of Winnipeg recently with wins in 10 of their last 14 meetings. This includes a 3-1 Jets win back on February 1 in their only other meeting in 2021–22. Philadelphia scored twice in the final five minutes to get the two points from the Jets.

Overall, Philadelphia’s had an abysmal season on the road. They’re 11-24-5 in away games this season and have four wins in their last 20 road outings. Winnipeg is 3-6-1 in their last 10 overall. The under is on a roll for the Jets, hitting in four of their last six games overall and four of their last five played at home. The Flyers are 27th in the NHL with 2.6 goals per game this year.

Philadelphia Flyers

Philadelphia snapped a six-game losing streak last week with a pair of wins in which they scored at least four times, but then went back to their low-scoring ways Monday in a 3-1 loss at Chicago. Kevin Hayes scored the lone Flyers goal and Travis Konecny picked up his team-leading 36th assist and 52nd point.

Only two Flyers players on their roster have hit the 40-point plateau this season, and then again Konecny and Cam Atkinson are both in the low 50s. Atkinson and James van Riemsdyk are the only Flyers with 20 goals this season too.

Expect Felix Sandstrom to get the start in net Wednesday after playing his fourth game this season on Monday, and still looking for his first win.

Winnipeg Jets

Winnipeg’s coming off an impressive 4-1 win versus Colorado on Sunday but it’s all too late as a four-game road trip in which Winnipeg went 0-4 put an end to their season. The Jets scored three goals combined in three of those four losses, and then when they up four in one game they allowed seven in another losing effort.

Kyle Connor scored his team-leading 45th of the season Sunday to put him all alone as the team’s highest single-season scorer since Winnipeg returned in 2011. Connor Hellebuyck played his 65th game of the season and 380th with the team — the latter an Atlanta/Winnipeg franchise record.

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