Vegas Golden Knights vs. Winnipeg Jets Game 4 Prediction, NHL Odds

Nik Kowalski | Updated Apr 23, 2023

Heading into Game 4 the Vegas Golden Knights have their first series lead against the Winnipeg Jets.

April 24, 2023, 9:30 PM ET
Bell MTS Place
Puckline +1.5 -288
Moneyline -109
Over / Under o +5.5


Betting Action


Puckline -1.5 +238
Moneyline -111
Over / Under u +5.5


Betting Action


The first-seed Golden Knights survived a comeback bid from the Jets who scored three unanswered in the third period to force overtime. Michael Amadio scored just under four minutes into double OT to silence a rowdy Winnipeg crowd and give Vegas a 2-1 series lead.

Saturday’s Game 3 should be a candidate for game of the playoffs so far, as the matinee featured a fight under a minute in, a 4-1 comeback from the home Jets, and the second double overtime of the post-season. The physicality reached an even higher level too with the Jets outhitting Vegas 69-39 in the loss.

Puck drop at Canada Life Centre for Game 4 starts at 9:30 p.m. EDT Game 4 listed as a pick’em on the NHL odds, and the over-under set at 5.5.

Golden Knights vs. Jets NHL Betting Odds

A nine-goal Game 3 was the third straight over in this series. The winning team has scored five goals in all three games too. Vegas put their 27-7-8 away record this season to the test on Saturday too as they hopped out to an early two-goal lead and ultimately won the contest. Vegas is now 10-3 in their last 13 on the road overall. 

If there’s one trend to look for why the scoring will drop in Game 4, it’s the night of the week. Four of the Golden Knights last five Monday games have gone under the total, as have 10 of Winnipeg’s last 13 on a Monday. 

Vegas Golden Knights

Amadio was the overtime hero for Vegas but it was Jack Eichel’s post-season coming out performance that deserves the spotlight. Eichel scored twice on the power-play an added an assist on Vegas’ fourth goal scored by Keegan Kolesar. The hometown boy in Kolesar also had a day to remember with his second career playoff goal and a heavyweight scrap with Brenden Dillon 49 seconds into the game.

Laurent Brossoit didn’t have his best day with 30 saves on 34 shots faced but continues to start in net despite Adin Hill being healthy enough to dress for the first time since March 7. Hill played 27 games for the Golden Knight during the regular season. Brossoit is 9-1-3 this year but has seen his save percentage dip from .927 in the regular season to .897 this series. 

Winnipeg Jets

The Jets got hit with some more bad news after dropping Game 3 when head coach Rick Bowness announced star defenceman Josh Morrissey is done for the season with a lower-body injury. Morrissey played for 74 seconds in Game 3 before exiting, forcing Neal Pionk to play over 41 minutes and Dylan DeMelo over 36 minutes. Either Kyle Capobianco or Logan Stanley will enter the back end in place of Morrissey for Game 4. Forward Nikolaj Ehlers also did not play Saturday as he continues to seek medical clearance to make his series debut.

Adam Lowry scored his team-leading fourth goal of the playoffs in Game 3 while Mark Scheifele and Nino Niederreiter each got the firsts of the post-season. Kyle Connor also scored for the Jets.

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