San Jose 46-27 | 21-16-4 away
vs St. Louis 45-28 | 24-15-2 home
Tuesday 8:00pm ET
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San Jose vs St. Louis Predictions

Tue, May 21, 8:00pm ET at Enterprise Center
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SJ
STL
O/U
+128
-141
5.5
+170
-200
5.5

Consensus Picks


Computer STL -185 u/5.5
*Community SJ +170 53% o/5.5 60%

*Consensus from 671 predictions.

Highlights
3.52Tied-2ndGoals Scored2.9815th
3.1521stGoals Allowed 2.68Tied-5th
23.76thPower Play %21.110th
80.815thPenalty Kill %81.59th
3rd OFFENSE 15th
12th Shots 15th
6th Power Play % 14th
21st DEFENSE 5th
3rd Shots 2nd
11th Power Play % 12th
2018-19 Pacific Division Standings
Team W L OTL PTS
Calgary 50 25 7 107
San Jose 46 27 9 101
Vegas 43 32 7 93
Arizona 39 35 8 86
Vancouver 35 36 11 81
Anaheim 35 37 10 80
Edmonton 35 38 9 79
LA Kings 31 42 9 71
2018-19 Central Division Standings
Team W L OTL PTS
Nashville 47 29 6 100
Winnipeg 47 30 5 99
St. Louis 45 28 9 99
Dallas 43 32 7 93
Colorado 38 30 14 90
Chicago 36 34 12 84
Minnesota 37 36 9 83
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  • @CoryWatts • 1m

    I like the Blues to close this thing out. The Blues have a huge edge in the crease and that should give them the edge they need to move onto their first Stanley Cup Finals since 1969/70. The Sharks allowed 3.46 gpg on the road for the year overall, which includes allowed 3.38 gpg on the road in the postseason. The Blues have allowed 2.98 gpg at home for the year, but we also note that Jordan Binnington had a 2.02 GAA here at home for the year and he has allowed just 2.38 gpg in his last eight home playoff games. With Binnington at home, the matchup in the crease is not even close. Look for the Blues to move on to the Stanley Cup Finals behind their rookie goalie.

    My Pick: St. Louis -165 & Under 5.5 60%
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  • @OddsShark • 1m

    Betting Prediction for San Jose Sharks vs St. Louis Blues on May 21, 2019, 8:00 PM ET

     San Jose Sharks vs St. Louis Blues on 2019-05-21 added by OddsShark

    Free Betting Prediction: St. Louis will Win and the Total will go Over .

    The St. Louis Blues return to the Enterprise Center for Game 6 of the Western Conference Final with a 3-2 series lead over the San Jose Sharks. The Blues have stormed back from a 2-1 series deficit and now seek a Stanley Cup Final berth. St. Louis is a -170 favorite with San Jose coming back at +150 and the total opening at 5.5 goals.Sharks vs Blues Game Center. Original matchup: http://bit.ly/2wabE1Y

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  • Fear the Fin: Sharks 1, Blues 5: Sharks season ends in St. Louis

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    Though it was perhaps a month later than once expected, the end of the Sharks' playoff run has finally arrived. The St. Louis Blues won the series in six game with a dominating 5-1 win in Game 6.

    Going into the game, the Sharks knew they would be without Erik Karlsson and Tomas Hertl. Joe Pavelski opted not to take warm-ups, which hopefully was the right decision for his long-term health, but it meant the Sharks were without their major stars in an elimination situation.

    It wasn't an accident; the Blues targeted all three men the entire series, and didn't let up on the remaining Sharks' talent in Game 6.

  • San Jose Mercury News: Live playoff updates: Sharks vs. Blues, Game 6, Tuesday

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    Get live NHL Stanley Cup playoff updates, news and analysis during Game 6 of the Sharks' Western Conference Finals series against the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday at 5 p.m. at Enterprise Center.

    The Sharks have lost two straight games, most recently Sunday's 5-0 shellacking at home, and now must battle to stay alive while down 3-2 in the best-of-7 series. It will be tougher than ever for San Jose to be resilient as it will be without stars Tomas Hertl and Erik Karlsson, and perhaps, captain Joe Pavelski.

    Neither Hertl nor Karlsson made the trip to St.

  • San Jose Mercury News: Photos: San Jose Sharks plagued by injuries in 5-0 Game 5 shutout by St. Louis Blues

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    The San Jose Sharks not only suffered a disastrous 5=0 loss to the St. Louis Blues on home ice, but a bunch of injured players also left the bench during the game.

    They lost four players to apparent injuries during Game 5: defenseman Erik Karlsson, forwards Tomas Hertl and Joonas Donskoi, and captain Joe Pavelski. In the third period, they were down to nine men on the bench, not including backup goalie Aaron Dell. Karlsson came in the game with a pre-existing injury, and appeared to grimace in pain while on the ice. Pavelski left after taking a bone-ratlling hit along the boards from Blues captain Alex Pietrangelo.

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