The Detroit Red Wings (31-39-10) face the Toronto Maple Leafs (52-21-7) at Scotiabank Arena on Tuesday night.
The Maple Leafs are favored to win at -450 while the Red Wings are +360. They're currently -190 to cover the -1.5 puck line while the Red Wings are +170 to cover the -1.5. The Red Wings have a 35-45 record against the puck line this season, while the Maple Leafs hold a record of 37-43.
The total goals line is set at 6.5. The Red Wings have a 44-32-4 O/U record this season (meaning 44 games have gone over the total goals line, 32 have gone under and four have resulted in a push). The Maple Leafs have a 44-30-6 O/U record.
The Red Wings are averaging 2.8 goals per game this season (22nd in the league). Comparatively, the Maple Leafs are averaging +1.0 more at 3.8 goals (2nd).
Defensively, the Red Wings are giving up a whopping 3.8 goals per game this season (31st in the league), while the Maple Leafs are giving up an average of 3.1 goals (19th).
Looking at creating chances to score, Detroit is averaging 29.5 shots per game this season (25th in the NHL). Meanwhile, Toronto is allowing its opposition 30.8 shots per game (10th).
Flipping that script, the Maple Leafs are one of the NHL’s best in this area, averaging 34.7 shots per game (6th), while the Red Wings are one of the league’s worst, allowing 33.8 per contest (28th).
Toronto holds a stellar power play percentage of 27.0%, ranking 1st in the league this season, while Detroit sits a lowly 26th with 16.7% of its power play opportunities converted into goals.
On the opposite end, the Maple Leafs have a penalty kill rate of 82.2% (ranked 7th), easily outperforming the Red Wings, who sit at 73.9% (31st).
Toronto is -130 to win the first period, while Detroit is +370.
Here are their first period W/L/T records in 2021-22.
Tuesday's matchup is +430 to go to overtime.
The Maple Leafs have played in 16 games that have gone to overtime this season, while the Red Wings have appeared in 21.
Tuesday's matchup is +550 to go to a shootout.
The Maple Leafs have played in four games that have gone to a shootout this season, while the Red Wings have appeared in five.
Toronto recorded a 10-7 victory over Detroit at Little Caesars Arena when these teams last met on February 27, 2022. Mitchell Marner led the way to that result, recording four goals and two assists. The Maple Leafs have now won six straight against the Red Wings.