Maple Leafs vs Lightning - FanDuel Sportsbook Promo and Predictions
May 12, 2022
The Toronto Maple Leafs will be traveling to face the Tampa Bay Lightning in the sixth game of their first-round playoff series. We can get more excitement by betting with FanDuel's $1,000 sign-up bonus. On top of that, if you have never used FanDuel to play, you will be eligible for up to a $1,000 in risk-free bet. FanDuel predicts the Lightning as the -134 favorite to advance to the next round. Here, we have the match analysis for you.
Why bet on Tampa Bay Lightning?
✅Tampa Bay finished 3rd in the Atlantic Division with a 51-23 record
✅Steven Stamkos leads the team with 109 points and has 253 shots
✅Tampa Bay has an over/under record of 48-37
|Maple Leafs vs Lightning
|Thursday, May 12th, 2022, at 7:30 PM ET
|Amalie Arena, Tampa, FL
|Lightning to win Moneyline @ -134
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Maple Leafs vs Lightning
The Toronto Maple Leafs have been rather productive in terms of goals this season. They ended the year with a high-powered offense, as they were able to score three or more goals in seven of their last nine games. MVP candidate Auston Matthews led the league in goals with 60.
The team's defense and goalkeeping were solid throughout the season. The Toronto Maple Leafs finished the year 19th-ranked in goals against per game, 9th in shots against per game, and a .916 save percentage as well as a 2.64 goals-against average for Jack Campbell. He was very effective in the first game of the series against the Tampa Bay Lightning, as he made 32 saves.
The Tampa Bay Lightning was able to score more than three goals in their last 8-of-9 games. Steven Stamkos led the team in points with 106.
The Tampa Bay Lightning's defense and goalkeeping were both exceptional throughout the season. They finished the year 6th in goals against per game and a 7th in shots against per game.