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When it comes to taking the life out of the game, the New Jersey Devils took the cake. They were the kings of the dead puck era. No team was able to squeeze the excitement right out of existence like the Devils could. The NHL’s main purveyors of the neutral zone trap, their defence-first style backed by future Hall of Fame goalie Martin Brodeur won the team three Stanley Cup titles between 1995-2003. The Devils were ridiculed by people who liked their hockey with pace and skill, but no one could deny that the way they played worked. [+]

But it’s been a long dry spell in the hockey wilderness for the Devils ever since, a 2012 appearance in the Stanley Cup final disguising the reality that their style of hockey not only was no longer in vogue, it no longer worked in today’s up-tempo, obstruction-free NHL.

 

 

New Jersey Devils Betting Lines Today

Want to know who the New Jersey Devils play next? Have a look at their next game while keeping an eye on the game odds to see if the potential return and macthup are right for you. 

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New Jersey Devils Scores & Schedule

When looking at the New Jersey Devils scores and schedule listed below, one fact of life will become apparent – the Devils don’t often score goals.

 

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September 2016 (4)
Mon 26 Flyers 0 - 2 Devils
Mon 26 Devils 3 - 2 Habs Odds
Wed 28 Devils 0 - 2 Flyers +110 -130 Odds
Thu 29 Devils 1 - 3 Rangers +140 -149 Odds
October 2016 (12)
Sat 1 Rangers 4 - 5 Devils -120 +115 Odds
Mon 3 Devils 3 - 4 Isles +145 -161 Odds
Wed 5 Isles 3 - 2 Devils +115 -120 Odds
Sat 8 Devils 2 - 4 Florida Panthers +125 -130 Odds
Thu 13 Reg. MD1 Devils 1 - 2 Florida Panthers +135 -143 Odds
Sat 15 Reg. MD1 Devils 2 - 3 Lightning +165 -169 Odds
Tue 18 Reg. MD2 Anaheim Ducks 1 - 2 Devils -108 -102 Odds
Thu 20 Reg. MD2 Devils 1 - 2 Boston Bruins +146 -147 Odds
Sat 22 Reg. MD2 Minnesota Wild 1 - 2 Devils +100 -110 Odds
Tue 25 Reg. MD3 Arizona Coyotes 3 - 5 Devils +140 -147
Fri 28 Reg. MD3 Hawks 3 - 2 Devils
Sat 29 Reg. MD3 Lightning 1 - 3 Devils
November 2016 (14)
Thu 3 Reg. MD4 Devils 3 - 4 Florida Panthers +132 -145 Odds
Sat 5 Reg. MD4 Devils 1 - 4 Lightning +155 -164 Odds
Sun 6 Reg. MD4 Devils 4 - 1 Canes +125 -132 Odds
Tue 8 Reg. MD5 Canes 2 - 3 Devils +145 -141 Odds
Fri 11 Reg. MD5 Devils 2 - 1 Buffalo Sabres +110 -110 Odds
Sat 12 Reg. MD5 Buffalo Sabres 2 - 4 Devils +145 -149 Odds
Tue 15 Reg. MD6 Devils 2 - 1 Dallas Stars +131 -130 Odds
Thu 17 Reg. MD6 Devils 2 - 3 Anaheim Ducks +140 -154 Odds
Sat 19 Reg. MD6 Devils 2 - 4 Kings +125 -137 Odds
Mon 21 Reg. MD7 Devils 0 - 4 San Jose Sharks +210 -200 Odds
Wed 23 Reg. MD7 Leafs 4 - 5 Devils +126 -139 Odds
Fri 25 Reg. MD7 Red Wings 5 - 4 Devils +127 -141 Odds
Sat 26 Reg. MD7 Devils 3 - 4 Pens +210 -233 Odds
Tue 29 Reg. MD8 Devils 2 - 3 Winnipeg Jets +125 -130 Odds
December 2016 (15)
Thu 1 Reg. MD8 Devils 3 - 4 Hawks +148 -147 Odds
Sat 3 Reg. MD8 Devils 5 - 4 Preds +149 -164 Odds
Tue 6 Reg. MD9 Canucks 2 - 3 Devils +165 -164 Odds
Thu 8 Reg. MD9 Devils 2 - 5 Habs +147 -149 Odds
Fri 9 Reg. MD9 St. Louis Blues 4 - 1 Devils -125 +125 Odds
Sun 11 Reg. MD9 Devils 0 - 5 Rangers +155 -147 Odds
Thu 15 Reg. MD10 Devils 2 - 5 St. Louis Blues +171 -169 Odds
Sat 17 Reg. MD10 Devils 1 - 3 Ottawa Senators +120 -130 Odds
Sun 18 Reg. MD10 Devils 2 - 3 Rangers +170 -179 Odds
Tue 20 Reg. MD11 Preds 5 - 1 Devils +125 -110 Odds
Thu 22 Reg. MD11 Flyers 0 - 4 Devils +116 -125 Odds
Fri 23 Reg. MD11 Devils 1 - 4 Pens +195 -204 Odds
Tue 27 Reg. MD12 Pens 5 - 2 Devils -145 +135 Odds
Thu 29 Reg. MD12 Devils 2 - 1 Caps +220 -208 Odds
Sat 31 Reg. MD12 Caps 6 - 2 Devils -161 +150 Odds
January 2017 (14)
Mon 2 Reg. MD13 Boston Bruins 0 - 3 Devils -141 +135 Odds
Tue 3 Reg. MD13 Devils 3 - 1 Canes +162 -179 Odds
Fri 6 Reg. MD13 Leafs 4 - 2 Devils -120 +118 Odds
Sat 7 Reg. MD13 Edmonton Oilers 2 - 1 Devils -141 +135 Odds
Mon 9 Reg. MD14 Florida Panthers 3 - 0 Devils +105 -106 Odds
Thu 12 Reg. MD14 Devils 2 - 3 Edmonton Oilers +171 -189 Odds
Fri 13 Reg. MD14 Devils 2 - 1 Calgary Flames +205 -185 Odds
Sun 15 Reg. MD14 Devils 2 - 1 Canucks +125 -125 Odds
Tue 17 Reg. MD15 Devils 4 - 3 Minnesota Wild +210 -217 Odds
Fri 20 Reg. MD15 Habs 3 - 1 Devils -122 +125 Odds
Sat 21 Reg. MD15 Devils 4 - 1 Flyers +191 -161 Odds
Tue 24 Reg. MD16 Kings 3 - 1 Devils -125 +117 Odds
Thu 26 Reg. MD16 Caps 5 - 2 Devils -164 +165 Odds
Tue 31 Reg. MD17 Devils 4 - 3 Red Wings +129 -135 Odds
February 2017 (11)
Fri 3 Reg. MD17 Calgary Flames 4 - 3 Devils +105 +101 Odds
Sat 4 Reg. MD17 Devils 5 - 1 Jackets +193 -200 Odds
Mon 6 Reg. MD18 Buffalo Sabres 1 - 2 Devils +104 -115 Odds
Sun 12 Reg. MD18 San Jose Sharks 4 - 1 Devils -125 +120 Odds
Tue 14 Reg. MD19 Avs 2 - 3 Devils +170 -179 Odds
Thu 16 Reg. MD19 Ottawa Senators 19:00 Devils
Sat 18 Reg. MD19 Isles 19:00 Devils
Sun 19 Reg. MD19 Devils 18:00 Isles
Tue 21 Reg. MD20 Ottawa Senators 19:00 Devils
Sat 25 Reg. MD20 Rangers 17:00 Devils
Mon 27 Reg. MD21 Habs 19:00 Devils
March 2017 (15)
Thu 2 Reg. MD21 Devils 19:00 Caps
Sat 4 Reg. MD21 Devils 19:00 Boston Bruins
Sun 5 Reg. MD21 Jackets 17:00 Devils
Tue 7 Reg. MD22 Devils 19:00 Jackets
Thu 9 Reg. MD22 Devils 21:00 Avs
Sat 11 Reg. MD22 Devils 20:00 Arizona Coyotes
Tue 14 Reg. MD23 Winnipeg Jets 19:00 Devils
Thu 16 Reg. MD23 Flyers 19:00 Devils
Fri 17 Reg. MD23 Devils 19:00 Pens
Sun 19 Reg. MD23 Jackets 13:00 Devils
Tue 21 Reg. MD24 Rangers 19:00 Devils
Thu 23 Reg. MD24 Devils 19:30 Leafs
Sat 25 Reg. MD24 Canes 19:00 Devils
Sun 26 Reg. MD24 Dallas Stars 17:00 Devils
Fri 31 Reg. MD25 Devils 19:30 Isles
April 2017 (5)
Sat 1 Reg. MD25 Devils 19:00 Flyers
Tue 4 Reg. MD26 Flyers 19:00 Devils
Thu 6 Reg. MD26 Pens 19:00 Devils
Sat 8 Reg. MD26 Isles 18:00 Devils
Sun 9 Reg. MD26 Devils 17:00 Red Wings

New Jersey Devils Standings Right Now

The standings for the Devils are listed here and while they displayed improvement in the beginning of the Ray Shero era, the fact of life for them is that in the rugged Metropolitan Division. [+]

Amazingly, the Devils suited up a pair of 30-goal scorers in 2015-16 in Adam Henrique and Kyle Palmieri, but after them, the next highest scorer netted 14 goals and only four Devils scored more than eight times all season. 

That lack of scoring depth simply isn’t going to get the job done.

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1 Washington Capitals Washington Capitals 84 56 32 11 192 121
2 Minnesota Wild Minnesota Wild 80 56 31 13 187 130
3 Pittsburgh Penguins Pittsburgh Penguins 77 55 28 13 197 155
4 Columbus Blue Jackets Columbus Blue Jackets 75 55 26 15 177 136
5 New York  Rangers New York Rangers 75 56 32 18 192 147
6 Chicago Blackhawks Chicago Blackhawks 75 57 25 17 166 147
7 San Jose Sharks San Jose Sharks 73 57 27 18 156 135
8 Montreal Canadiens Montreal Canadiens 70 58 25 19 165 150
9 Anaheim Ducks Anaheim Ducks 70 58 26 18 152 147
10 Edmonton Oilers Edmonton Oilers 68 57 21 19 162 148
11 Ottawa Senators Ottawa Senators 64 54 22 19 145 146
12 Boston Bruins Boston Bruins 64 58 24 23 157 155
13 Toronto Maple Leafs Toronto Maple Leafs 63 55 21 18 172 162
14 St. Louis Blues St. Louis Blues 63 56 22 22 161 165
15 Nashville Predators Nashville Predators 62 56 24 21 158 151
16 Philadelphia Flyers Philadelphia Flyers 61 56 16 22 147 168
17 Los Angeles Kings Los Angeles Kings 60 55 17 23 138 136
18 New York Islanders New York Islanders 60 55 21 20 162 165
19 Calgary Flames Calgary Flames 59 57 20 26 149 164
20 Florida Panthers Florida Panthers 58 54 15 20 134 153
21 New Jersey Devils New Jersey Devils 58 56 16 22 131 159
22 Buffalo Sabres Buffalo Sabres 58 57 17 23 141 161
23 Tampa Bay Lightning Tampa Bay Lightning 57 56 21 24 154 160
24 Vancouver Canucks Vancouver Canucks 56 57 16 26 135 164
25 Winnipeg Jets Winnipeg Jets 56 59 21 29 171 187
26 Carolina Hurricanes Carolina Hurricanes 55 53 18 22 140 156
27 Detroit Red Wings Detroit Red Wings 54 56 13 24 141 169
28 Dallas Stars Dallas Stars 54 58 20 26 160 187
29 Arizona Coyotes Arizona Coyotes 45 55 10 29 131 174
30 Colorado Avalanche Colorado Avalanche 32 54 10 37 109 184

How To Win At New Jersey Devils Betting

There’s been plenty of upheaval in the Devils’ roster and behind the bench in recent seasons. John Hynes is the fourth coach the team has employed since 2010.

The Devils actually were in playoff contention for much of the 2015-16 season until fading down the stretch and missing the postseason by nine points, but that was much closer than in 2014-15, when New Jersey finished 20 points out of a postseason position.

A new era was born in New Jersey in 2015. Lou Lamoriello, the general manager of the Devils since 1987, who ruled over the New Jersey empire with an iron fist, left to take a similar position with the Toronto Maple Leafs.

In came Ray Shero, the former GM of the Pittsburgh Penguins, who featured a high-end skill system in Pittsburgh and while the Devils aren’t about to open up and play run and gun hockey, they are more of a puck pursuit team than the old Devils who sat back and patiently waited to pounce on opposition errors.

There’s still a high level of defensive accountability in the way the Devils play the game, but now New Jersey seeks to create scoring chances via puck pressure. They play a much more aggressive game than the Devils of old.

The Devils netted only 184 goals in 82 games during the 2015-16 NHL season, an average of 2.24 goals per game, and that was an improvement over the 176 red lights the Devils illuminated during the 2014-15 campaign.

The Devils last topped the 200-goal plateau in 2011-12, scoring 228 times as they reached the Stanley Cup final, but they are the ony NHL team that hasn’t produced a 200-goal season since that campaign.

What does this mean to you if betting on New Jersey Devils games is in your plan? Well, for starters, always bet the under. 

Through all the coaching changes, beyond the extensive roster upheaval, and even though goals are harder to find in New Jersey than people who aren’t Bruce Springsteen fans, one constant has kept the Devils in games – goaltender Cory Schneider.

Acquired from the Vancouver Canucks in 2013, Schneider proved more than adequate as the heir apparent to Martin Brodeur, rating among the NHL leaders in save percentage and goals-against average in each of his seasons in New Jersey.