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The SAP Center is playing host to an enticing clash as the Colorado Avalanche visit San Jose to the Sharks. It’s the third and final time that the two clubs will meet in the regular season. The action gets going at 10:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, April 6, and fans at home can view this Western Conference matchup live on Altitude Sports & Entertainment.


Colorado  San Jose Odds

Losing 12.3 units for moneyline bettors, the Sharks are 45-36 straight up (SU) overall this year. That winning percentage, the second-best in the Pacific Division in this young season, hasn’t moved much from the 45-37 record the team produced during the 2017-18 season campaign. Through 81 regular season matches, 45 of the team’s games have gone over the total, while 33 have gone under and just three have pushed. This year, the team is 24-16 SU at home.

San Jose’s connected on 23.9 percent of its power play opportunities this year, a mark that’s good enough for seventh-best in the league. On the other hand, its penalty kill is ranked 16th overall, and it’s successfully killed off 80.6 percent of all penalties.

As a team, San Jose has been penalized 3.6 times per game overall this season, and 4.6 per game over its last five contests at home. The team’s had to defend opponent power plays for 11.4 minutes per game over its last five home outings.

Averaging 24.5 saves per game with a .896 save percentage, Martin Jones (36-25-5) has been the primary option in goal for the Sharks this year. If head coach Peter Deboer chooses to give him the evening off, however, the team may turn to Aaron Dell (11-14-14 record, .886 save percentage, 3.17 goals against average).

The Sharks will continue relying on offensive production from Brent Burns and Tomas Hertl. Burns (81 points) has tallied 15 goals and 66 assists and has recorded multiple points 21 times this year. Hertl has 35 goals and 37 assists to his credit and has recorded a point in 47 contests.

Colorado has lost 12.7 units for bettors taking the moneyline this year and is currently 38-43 straight up (SU). A total of 41 of its contests have gone under the total, while 39 have gone over and just one has pushed. Colorado’s 17-23 SU as the visiting team this season.

Colorado has scored on 22.2 percent of its power play chances this year, a mark that’s good enough for eighth-best in the NHL. On the other hand, its penalty kill unit is ranked 25th overall and it’s successfully killed off 78.6 percent of all penalties.

Colorado’s skaters have been penalized 4.0 times per game this season, and 2.2 per game over their last five on the road. The team’s had to kill penalties just 6.1 minutes per game over their last 10 outings.

Semyon Varlamov (27.8 saves per game) has been the main option in the net for Colorado. Varlamov owns a 20-28-9 record, and has registered a .910 save percentage and 2.85 goals against average this year.

Nathan MacKinnon (40 goals, 58 assists) will pace the offensive counter for the visiting Avalanche