New Jersey Devils vs. Ottawa Senators Prediction, Preview, and Odds - 11-19-2022NFL Round Table Show The New Jersey Devils face the Ottawa Senators with both teams on opposite ends of the standings to start the season. The Devils have a 14-3 record and with 11 wins in a row, have the best record in the Metropolitan Division. The Senators have a 6-9-1 record and with only two wins in the last 10 games, have the worst record in the Atlantic Division. The Devils are looking to remain near the top of the Eastern Conference while the Senators are looking to climb out of last place in the division and the upcoming game should be a good one as a result.
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Take the Devils money line as road Favorites. Prediction: Devils (-130) Full-Game Total Pick The way both offenses have been playing I like this game to be a high-scoring one with both teams easily finding the back of the net. The Senators, who average 3. 44 goals per game, should pile on the goals with Brady Tkachuk, Claude Giroux, and the rest of the forward unit establishing a strong offensive zone presence and creating open shots with great puck movement. The Devils, who have scored 16 goals in the last four games, should run up the score against the Senators, who allow 3.
The offense has been great but the defense has let the Senators down, allowing 3. 38 goals per game. Jake Sanderson and Travis Hamonic have combined for 1. 7 defensive point shares but the rest of the unit has struggled, allowing opponents to find open shots on the net at will. Additionally, goaltender Anton Forsberg has struggled in the net with a. 904 save percentage and a 3. 35 goals-against average on 366 shots. Best Bets for this Game Full-Game Side Bet Insiders Status: Rating: The Devils have looked like one of the best teams in the NHL and I see them overwhelming the Senators from the opening puck drop. The Devils, who average 3. 71 goals per game, should find the back of the net at will with Jack Hughes, Jesper Bratt, and the rest of the forward unit carrying the puck into the offensive zone and creating open shots with great puck movement.
41 goals per game. Jonas Seigenthaler and Ryan Graves have combined for 3. 2 defensive point shares and 45 blocked shots while John Marino and Dougie Hamilton have combined for 2. 6 defensive point shares to give the Devils two great defensive pairings. In addition, goaltender Vitek Vanecek is having a strong season in the net with a. 916 save percentage and a 2. 15 goals-against average on 251 shots. Senators defense has let them downThe Senators are off to a rough start to the season despite their offense stepping up and scoring 3.
Devils have been dominant on both ends of the iceThe Devils are having a great season with their offense stepping up and scoring 3. 71 goals per game including 16 goals in the last four games. Jesper Bratt, Jack Hughes, and Nico Hischier have scored 23 goals and 36 assists to lead the top two lines but the rest of the offense has been great as well. Tomas Tatar, Miles Wood, and Dawson Mercer have combined for 13 goals and 15 assists while defensemen Dougie Hamilton and John Marino have added seven goals and 15 assists from the point to open up the offense. The offense has looked great but the defense has also stepped up, allowing only 2.
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38 goals per game, with Jesper Bratt, Jack Hughes, Miles Wood, and the rest of the forward unit crashing the net on the rush and creating open shots with great puck movement while Dougie Hamiton and John Marino pick apart the Senators from the point. The Over should cover in a high-scoring game controlled by both offenses. Take the Over on 6. 5 goals. Prediction: Over 6. 5 Written By Mayer Fink, "Mike Fink" Mike Fink is a sports writer and a passionate football fan. After graduating from college, Fink picked up the passion he had since being a young child in following and covering all things sports and we are very excited to have him as a part of the StatSalt team.
The Devils, who allow only 2. 41 goals per game should also limit the Senators' offense with Jonas Seigenthaler, Ryan Graves, and the rest of the defense forcing turnovers in all three zones while goaltender Vitek Vanecek blanks the shots on the net. The Devils should win the game with a dominant performance on the road.
44 goals per game. Brady Tkachuk, Claude Giroux, and Tim Stützle have scored 21 goals and 34 assists to lead the top two lines but the rest of the offense has also stepped up. Drake Batherson, Alex DeBrincat, and Shane Pinto have combined for 18 goals and 19 assists while defensemen Jake Sanderson and Thomas Chabot have added three goals and 12 assists from the blue line to overwhelm opposing defenses.