Keeping an eye on the statistics around any sport is crucial to understanding the trends and form. NHL is no different, and the New Jersey Devils are a great example of why you should always study the underlying statistics, to inform your betting. Checking the NHL standings is all well and good, but if you are to get yourself an edge on your betting, then you’ll need to dig a bit deeper. The team statistics that we’ve gathered, below, are among the most important numbers to consider, whether your next bet might be on a game or on a futures market like the Devils to win the Stanley Cup.
To add to that, we’ve given some key skater and goalie statistics. Player props are a constantly growing market, owing to the popularity of fantasy sports over the past few decades. If you study these numbers closely enough, you’ll stand the best possible chance of winning, in those markets.
Prior to betting on the Devils in their next match-up, be sure to check out our up-to-date Devils goalie stats:
Here's the latest New Jersey Devils skater stats:
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You’ve studied the form, crunched the numbers and you’re ready to place your bets. Great! Now it’s time to check the odds. This can be a laborious and time-consuming exercise, where you can spend hours checking the various NHL betting sites to find the best prices, to maximize your returns. We figured that this might be a bit too boring for most people, so we’ve gone and done it for you.
Below, you will find all of the best odds, updated in real time, for all of the key game markets, player prop markets and futures markets involving the New Jersey Devils. As if that wasn’t enough, we’ll also provide you with our own picks, as well as the latest lineup information. What more could you ask for?
Check out the latest odds for the next New Jersey Devils game:
What are the odds for the New Jersey Devils to be this year's champions? Here are the latest odds for the Devils to win the Stanley Cup.
The New Jersey Devils have won the Eastern Conference five times. Here are the latest odds for the Devils to win the Eastern Conference this season:
It's always best to have all the team news available before you place a bet on the New Jersey Devils. We recommend visiting our NHL starting lineups page for all the latest team news throughout the NHL.
NHL player prop betting is fast emerging as one of the more popular forms of betting on hockey. Take a look at the best New Jersey Devils player props for their next games.
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Although the franchise was founded in the mid-70s and has been operational in their current guise as the New York Devils since the early-80s, the Devils really burst onto the scene in the 1994-95 season, sweeping the Detroit Red Wings in their first Stanley Cup Finals appearance. Nine divisional titles in fourteen years followed that victory, as well as four more Eastern Conference championships and two more Stanley Cups, making the New Jersey Devils one of the most successful franchises of that era.
Such was the impact of that team, that five Devils from that era have their jerseys hanging in the rafters at the Prudential Center. Defensemen Scott Stevens, Ken Daneyko and Scott Niedermayer, along with forward Patrik Elias and goaltender Martin Brodeur, are all immortalised in the banners above the ice today.
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Daneyko holds the record for most games in a Devils sweater, Elias has the franchise lead in goals, assists and points, Stevens leads the way in plus/minus and Brodeur holds every meaningful goaltending record for both the team, and the entire NHL. Not to be left out, Scott Niedermayer is a member of the Triple Gold club, having won gold at the Olympics and World Championship, as well as the Stanley Cup.
The post-2013 lockout Devils struggled to reach the heights of their predecessors, reaching the playoffs just once in ten attempts, and failing to win a single series in that one trip to the postseason. Using their struggles to their advantage, the Devils rebuilt well and drafted the first overall pick twice in the space of just three seasons, adding Nico Hischier and Jack Hughes to their young and increasingly impressive roster.