Sharks vs. Avalanche Game 6 Prediction: NHL Playoffs Betting Odds

The Sharks are now up 3-2 in this closely fought series against the Avs, and lovers are hopeful that Joe Pavelski may return shortly to give their team a much greater chance of closing this series out in Denver.
Sharks vs. Avalanche Stanley Cup Playoffs Betting Analysis Tomas Hertl was the difference maker for Game 5 between Colorado and San Jose, scoring twice to provide the series lead along with their win to the Sharks. Goalie Martin Jones stopped 21 shots to push on his team within a triumph of moving to the Conference.
The Avalanche could not catch a break for their top three goal scorers since Nathan MacKinnon, Gabriel Landeskog and Mikko Rantanen were held to only five shots altogether on goal. Without manufacturing from these , the Avalanche may see their playoff run finish tonight.
Philipp Grubauer made 37 saves in the loss which was a playoff career-high for its season backup netminder. The Avalanche are slight favorites at home tonight, but 53 percent of Sports Interaction bettors are putting their cash on the Sharks to win tonight and take the sequence.
San Jose Sharks
Joe Pavelski is headed to Denver for Game 6, however as of this writing it is unknown if he will play with the team . Pavelski has not played since Game 7 of the team’s series from the Vegas Golden Knights, when he had been cross-checked and struck his head on the ice. Pavelski was skating since Wednesday.
These two clubs have alternated wins and losses throughout this show, something that tonight can be shifted by the Sharks expect. Coach Peter DeBoer stated to the media:
“We don’t want to expand this if we don’t have to, but there’s another team that is going to play with a great deal of desperation because their season is at stake, so we know . Tough construction to win in, and we’ve got to go in and attempt to do this job.”
“As far as I enjoyed my first Game 7, I’d like to forego it perhaps this series,” Evander Kane stated. “Anytime you get an opportunity to close a team, you want to do it”
Colorado Avalanche
The Avalanche know it’s do or die tonight, and they hope that home ice advantage will give them the push they need to force a game , even though the possibility that Joe Pavelski returns is vain.
“He is an all-star and he is among the greatest players in their staff,” Gabriel Landeskog explained. “I don’t know exactly how old he is — he’s north of 30 and he’s putting up things and producing each year, year in and year out. I mean, he is an elite player. He’s their captain, and he means a lot to his or her own group. You just saw how they rallied against the Golden Knights in Game 7. So I’m sure there will be a boost for them.
“But for us, it does not change anything. We ready going into the show as if he was going to playwith, and to tell the truth, we don’t really care who is in or who is out for them.”