Lightning vs. Avalanche Game 5 Prediction - Jun 24, 2022Published: Jun 23, 2022, 4:22AM, Updated: Jun 25, 2022, 12:15AM
The Colorado Avalanche and Tampa Bay Lightning clash in Game 5 of the 2022 NHL Stanley Cup Final at Ball Arena on Friday, with puck drop at 8:00PM ET.
The Stanley Cup will be presented to the winner of the 2022 Stanley Cup Final between the Lightning and Avalanche. Colorado's Ball Arena hosts Game 5 of the best-of-seven series.
Dimers' free betting picks for Lightning vs. Avalanche, plus game predictions, best odds and player props, are featured in this article.
Who will win Lightning vs. Avalanche?
Based on state-of-the-art machine learning and data, Dimers.com has simulated Friday's Lightning-Avalanche NHL Stanley Cup Final matchup 10,000 times.
Dimers' leading predictive analytics model, DimersBOT, gives the Avalanche a 60% chance of defeating the Lightning in Game 5 of the 2022 Stanley Cup Finals.
Lightning vs. Avalanche Game 5 Odds
- Puck Line: Avalanche -1.5 (+135), Lightning +1.5 (-146)
- Moneyline: Avalanche -200, Lightning +175
- Total: Over/Under 6 (-105/-114)
Puck Line, Moneyline and Over/Under
The Avalanche are currently -1.5 favorites against the Lightning, with +135 at BetMGM the best odds currently available.
For the underdog Lightning (+1.5) to cover the puck line, FanDuel Sportsbook has the best odds currently on the market at -146.
BetMGM currently has the best moneyline odds for the Avalanche at -200, which means you can risk $200 to win $100, for a total payout of $300, if they get the W.
On the other hand, DraftKings Sportsbook currently has the best moneyline odds for the Lightning at +175, where you can bet $100 to profit $175, earning a total payout of $275, if they win.
According to DimersBOT, the Lightning (+1.5) are a 62% chance of covering the puck line, while the 6-goal Over/Under is a 51% chance of going Over.
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Best Bets for Lightning vs. Avalanche
- Puck Line: Lightning +1.5 @ -146 via FanDuel Sportsbook (62% probability)
- Moneyline: Lightning @ +175 via DraftKings Sportsbook (3.4% edge)
- Total: Over 6 @ -105 via PointsBet (51% probability)
Dimers' best bets are based on detailed simulations and betting expertise to bring you the best possible plays 24/7/365.
While the Avalanche are more likely to win the game, according to DimersBOT, taking the Lightning moneyline is the best option because of the 3.4% edge found when comparing our data-led probabilities to the sportsbooks' odds currently available.
Taking advantage of the edges seen on Dimers.com is crucial to achieving long-term profitability as a sports bettor.
Lightning vs. Avalanche Prediction
Use our interactive widget below to view the latest Moneyline, Over/Under and Puck Line probabilities and odds for Tampa Bay vs. Colorado, and click or tap on See Matchup for more.
Dimers has full coverage of Friday's Lightning-Avalanche matchup, including pregame predictions, computer picks, and live win probabilities.
Lightning vs. Avalanche Player Props
Who will score the first goal in Lightning vs. Avalanche? The latest data is in.
Featured below are the most likely first goal and most likely anytime goal scorers for both the Lightning and Avalanche.
And you know what, we provide this information to you for FREE to help you choose the best prop bets for Friday's game.
According to DimersBOT, Colorado's Nathan MacKinnon is most likely to score the first goal in Lightning vs. Avalanche.
DimersBOT gives MacKinnon a 7.1% chance of scoring the first goal at Ball Arena, while the Avalanche star is a 36.3% chance of netting an anytime goal.
Scroll down for our complete list of first and anytime goal scorer probabilities.
First Goal Scorer Prediction
Tampa Bay Lightning
- Nikita Kucherov: 7.0% probability
- Steven Stamkos: 6.8% probability
- Ondrej Palat: 4.7% probability
- Ross Colton: 3.7% probability
- Corey Perry: 3.1% probability
- Nathan MacKinnon: 7.1% probability
- Nazem Kadri: 6.5% probability
- Gabriel Landeskog: 6.3% probability
- Mikko Rantanen: 5.5% probability
- Valeri Nichushkin: 4.6% probability
Anytime Goal Scorer Prediction
Tampa Bay Lightning
- Steven Stamkos: 37.0% probability
- Nikita Kucherov: 34.9% probability
- Ondrej Palat: 24.7% probability
- Ross Colton: 19.5% probability
- Anthony Cirelli: 18.9% probability
- Nathan MacKinnon: 36.3% probability
- Gabriel Landeskog: 32.8% probability
- Nazem Kadri: 32.6% probability
- Mikko Rantanen: 30.5% probability
- Valeri Nichushkin: 25.1% probability
Don't forget, DimersBOT updates frequently, so refresh this article for any changes to our betting insights before Game 5 of the Lightning vs. Avalanche series on Jun 24, 2022.
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Lightning vs. Avalanche 2022 Game 5 Info
Friday's Game 5 between the Avalanche and Lightning in the 2022 Stanley Cup Finals is scheduled to commence at 8:00PM ET.
- Who: Colorado Avalanche vs. Tampa Bay Lightning
- Date: Friday June 24, 2022
- Time: 8:00PM ET / 5:00PM PT
- Venue: Ball Arena
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