Islanders vs. Capitals Betting Line – Playoffs Game 5

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Islanders vs. Capitals Betting Line – Playoffs Game 5

BetDSI.com has your Islanders vs. Capitals betting line for Game 5 of the NHL Playoffs.

New York Islanders 23-20 on the Road

The Islanders went 22-19 on the road in the regular season and then split the first two games in Washington to begin this series. The Islanders average 3 goals per game and allow 2.7 goals per contest. They went under the total 22 times during the regular season on the road with 18 games going over with 1 push. The teams went over the total in Game 2 after Game 1 landed right on the number. The Islanders were able to win Game 3 at home thanks to an overtime goal from captain John Tavares. "The best players have to be your best players if you're going to have a chance to win a Stanley Cup," Islanders coach Jack Capuano said.

Washington Capitals 24-19 at Home

The Washington Capitals went 23-18 at home during the regular season and then split the first two games on home ice. The Capitals average 2.9 goals per game and allow 2.4 goals per contest. They were a tough team to predict on totals at home with 20 games going over, 20 going under with one push. They did land on the NHL betting number in Game 1 but Game 2 went well over the total as the teams combined to score 7 goals.

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Game Notes

The Capitals will likely be without center Eric Fehr who tied for fourth on the team in goals this season with 19. Head coach Barry Trotz could turn to rookie Andre Burakovsky or Michael Latta to replace Fehr. These teams had split their last ten meetings before game four of this series. The Capitals have taken six of the last ten in this series at home. They lost Game 1 by a score of 4-1 but they bounced back to win Game 2 by a score of 4-3.

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