Oilers vs Flames - FanDuel Sportsbook Promo and Predictions

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Why bet on Calgary Flames?

✅ Calgary finished first in the Pacific Division with a 50-21 record and 111 points.
✅ Johnny Gaudreau leads the team with 8 points and has 25 shots in the playoffs season.
✅ The Flames have an ATS record of 45-37

Teams: Edmonton Oilers vs Calgary Flames
When: Wednesday, May 18, 9:30 PM ET
Where:Scotiabank Saddledome, Alberta, CA
Betting Pick: Flames to win moneyline at -160

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Edmonton Oilers vs Calgary Flames

During the regular season, the Flames and Oilers have played four times, with each team winning twice. While these two teams have a fierce geographical battle, they've also met quite a bit in post-season games throughout their franchise histories.

Edmonton has won four of five previous playoff series, while Calgary has won one. The Oilers won 4-1 in the 1983 Smythe Division Final, 4-3 in the 1984 Smythe Division Final, 4-0 in the 1988 Smythe Final, and lastly, 4-3 in the 1991 Smythe Semi-Final. The only time Calgary won the Smythe Final was in 1986 with a 4-3 score.

Edmonton Oilers

For the first time since 2017, Edmonton advanced past the first round of the playoffs. They won all five postseason meetings with Calgary, including the 1991 Smythe Division Semifinals in seven games.

The Oilers won and lost twice each against the Flames during the regular season. The squad is led by Leon Draisaitl who had 11 points with five goals and six assists, including a hat trick and an assist in a 9-5 defeat on March 26.

Goalie Mike Smith's record was 1-1-0 with a 3.81 GAA and .918 save percentage, while Mikko Koskinen's record was 1-1-0 with a 4.61 GAA and .875 save percentage. As of this writing, the Oilers' starting goalie has not been announced.

The Oilers will play with their full squad against the Flames.

Calgary Flames

Calgary reached the Stanley Cup final in 2004 but lost in seven games to the Tampa Bay Lightning, and 2005 was a lockout year. They did not win another playoff series until 2015 when Anaheim knocked Calgary out in the second round. In this year's playoffs, Calgary was the higher seed in the Pacific Division with a record of 50-21-11.

Johnny Gaudreau with one goal and seven assists along with Matthew Tkachuk who scored three goals and has five assists led the Flames with eight points each. Goalie Jacob Markström's record was 2-2-0 with a 3.54 GAA and .884 save percentage.

Defenceman and alternate captain Christopher Tanev is day-to-day with a lower-body injury. Center Sean Monahan is out for the season due to injury.

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