The New Jersey Devils might not play in the “The Swamp” as they did in the mid-90′s and early 2000′s when they were an annual Stanley Cup contender, but that prolonged stretch of highly competitive years grew their loyal following exponentially. When you think of the Devils past, the first name that comes to mind has to be G Martin Brodeur. Brodeur was the man between the pipes for three Stanley Cup victories by the Devils between 1995 and 2003 and stole numerous important victories for this franchise.
It was his emergence as a Hall of Famer that drastically increased the interest in New Jersey Devils betting lines and sportsbooks are always offering various options on Devils games.
New Jersey Devils Betting Lines Today
You can find the New Jersey Devils betting lines for their next game below. Listed is the moneyline price for their opponent and what it would cost to back the Devils to another victory.
New Jersey Devils Schedule And Games Result
Having a thorough knowledge of the New Jersey Devils schedule and results can only help your betting in future games. Knowing if the Devils (or their opponent) are playing three games in four nights or at the end of a long road trip will help you make more informed betting decisions.
New Jersey Devils Standings Conference
While the Devils haven’t had quite the level of consistent success since their last Stanley Cup parade, knowing where they sit in the Eastern Conference standings at any given point in the season is a must. Check the current NHL standings and where the Devils are placed.
|4||Columbus Blue Jackets||88||64||31||17||205||149|
|6||New York Rangers||86||66||34||22||211||173|
|7||San Jose Sharks||85||65||32||19||180||152|
|15||New York Islanders||71||64||26||23||188||193|
|16||Toronto Maple Leafs||70||64||22||22||194||193|
|17||St. Louis Blues||69||64||25||27||176||182|
|19||Tampa Bay Lightning||69||65||23||26||179||181|
|21||Los Angeles Kings||68||65||18||28||161||164|
|27||New Jersey Devils||62||65||17||28||147||187|
|28||Detroit Red Wings||61||63||14||27||158||187|
Betting On The New Jersey Devils
Martin Brodeur might be the the biggest and best name that this franchise has ever had, but since he moved on to retirement, the Devils have begun a bit of rebuild. The management team has always been known as one of the better ones in the NHL and they know how to put the right pieces together on the roster to ensure the Devils are competitive on a nightly basis.
After all, this is an organization that made the playoffs for 13 consecutive seasons (from 1996-97 to 2009-10), so even during perceived “lean” years, backing the Devils in the right betting scenarios can be mightily profitable.
With young stars like Adam Henrique, Kyle Palmieri, Devante Smith-Pelly, Adam Larsson, and goalie Cory Schneider between the pipes on their roster right now, a solid foundation has been laid for years to come. The future is bright for this Devils organization and as a bettor you can take advantage of that outlook when New Jersey is vastly undervalued by the betting majority.