Hurricanes vs Devils: Betting Analysis, Odds, and Prediction
- Mar 12, 2023, 2:38:06 PM
The New Jersey Devils will host the Carolina Hurricanes in a highly anticipated Metropolitan Division matchup at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, on Sunday night. The Devils are second in the division, only a point behind the Hurricanes. Both teams have been playing exceptionally well lately, and this game should be an exciting one.
The Carolina Hurricanes are first in the Metropolitan Division and have been in excellent form lately. They have won seven of their last ten games and have a record of 43-13-8 this season. The Hurricanes have scored 213 goals and allowed only 160, which gives them a +53 scoring differential, the highest in the NHL.
Sebastian Aho leads the team in points with 56, including 27 goals and 29 assists. He is followed by Vincent Trocheck, who has 43 points, and Andrei Svechnikov, who has 42 points. The Hurricanes' defense has been outstanding this season, with Jaccob Slavin and Brett Pesce leading the way. Slavin has 25 points and a +22 rating, while Pesce has 14 points and a +23 rating.
New Jersey Devils:
The New Jersey Devils are second in the Metropolitan Division, only a point behind the Hurricanes. They have been in excellent form lately, winning seven of their last ten games. The Devils have a record of 43-16-6 this season and have scored 230 goals, which ranks fourth in the league.
Jack Hughes has been the Devils' best player this season, leading the team in points with 76, including 36 goals and 40 assists. He is followed by Jesper Bratt, who has 54 points, and Dougie Hamilton, who has 51 points. The Devils have a solid defense led by Hamilton, who has 10 goals and 41 assists, and Ryan Graves, who has 17 points and a +16 rating.
The New Jersey Devils have been one of the best teams to bet on this season, with a record of 29-27 against the spread. They have been particularly strong at home, going 17-11 against the spread. The total has gone over in four of their last five games.
The Carolina Hurricanes have also been a good team to bet on this season, with a record of 32-32 against the spread. They have been solid on the road, going 14-11 against the spread. The total has gone under in six of their last ten games.
Public Betting Data:
According to the latest data from KingPin.pro, 56% of the bets are on the Carolina Hurricanes, while 44% are on the New Jersey Devils.
According to Kingpin, both teams have odds of -105
The New Jersey Devils will be without their starting goaltender Mackenzie Blackwood, who is out with a lower-body injury, and their backup goaltender Jonathan Bernier, who is out with a hip injury.
The Carolina Hurricanes will be without Antti Raanta, who is day-to-day with an undisclosed injury, Ondrej Kase, who is out with a concussion, Jake Gardiner, who is out with a hip/back injury, Max Pacioretty, who is out with an Achilles injury, and Jalen Chatfield, who is day-to-day with an illness.
In this matchup, we expect the New Jersey Devils to come out on top. They have been playing exceptionally well at home, and their offense has been firing on all cylinders. The Carolina Hurricanes are no slouch, but they have struggled a bit on the road, and their injury concerns may catch up to them in this game.
The Devils have been dominant at home this season, with a record of 23-5-3. They have been scoring at a high rate, with an average of 3.5 goals per game, and they have a potent power play unit that can take advantage of any mistakes made by the Hurricanes.
In summary, we expect the Devils to come out on top in this matchup. They have been dominant at home all season, and their offense should be able to take advantage of any mistakes made by the Hurricanes. While the Hurricanes are a strong defensive team, their injury concerns and struggles on the road may catch up to them in this game.
Pick: New Jersey Devils to win (-105).