Edmonton Oilers vs. St. Louis Blues Prediction, NHL Odds

Liam Gilks | Updated Nov 14, 2021

Edmonton Oilers

After a disappointing loss in Buffalo Friday night, the Edmonton Oilers continue their road trip with a stop in St. Louis tonight.

November 14, 2021, 7:00 PM ET
Enterprise Center
St. Louis
Puckline +1.5 -265
Moneyline -115
Over / Under o +6


Betting Action


Puckline -1.5 +219
Moneyline -105
Over / Under u +6


Betting Action


The St. Louis Blues are playing their second back-to-back of the season tonight after losing 3-2 in Carolina last night. The Oilers are -106 favourites to win on the NHL odds with a total of 5.5.

Oilers vs. Blues November 14th NHL Betting Odds

The last time these teams matched up was January 31st, 2020 in Edmonton.  Leon Draisaitl scored two goals and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins had a pair of assists in the Oilers’ 4-2 win over the Blues.

Edmonton played the under last game, bringing their over/under record to 8-5 on the year. Nobody scores more goals than Edmonton with an average of 4.1 goals per game. The powerplay is a big help clicking at 43 percent. They have not had much luck against the spread so far, sitting at 6-7.

The Blues covered the spread last night, snapping a three-game skid in that department. Overall they are 8-5 against the spread, but only covered twice in the past seven. St. Louis is top five in goals for and against per game which could be why they split their over/under 6-7.

Edmonton Oilers

The Oilers’ current road trip is not going as they had planned, to say the least. They suffered a loss to the Detroit Red Wings to open their road trip but bounced back to beat the Bruins, before losing again to Buffalo in the next one.

Edmonton was expecting to get their starting netminder back during this trip but he suffered a setback and he was sent home early to heal up.

As per usual, the Oilers’ superstars are battling for the league lead in scoring. Leon Draisaitl’s two-goal performance against the Sabres solidified hims as number one with 28 points (14 goals, 14 assists). Connor McDavid isn’t far behind with 24 points. It sounds ridiculous, but if the pair can keep scoring like this, they could each finish with 160 points.

St. Louis Blues

The Blues pushed back in last night’s second period, scoring a pair to even the game at two, before giving up the game-winning goal late in the third. St. Louis burned through the October half of their schedule, but November has not been as easy. In six games so far this month the Blues are 2-2-2 and have slipped down to fourth place in the Central Division.

Jordan Kyrou’s assist last night extended his point streak to three games. Kyrou now has a team-leading 15 points in 13 games.

Joel Hofer got the start yesterday, so expect Jordan Binnington to get his crease back. Binnington has been good this year, boasting a 6-2-2 record and a .922 save percentage. No doubt the goalie will have his work cut out for him this evening.

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