Hurricanes vs. Devils Prediction, Betting Tips & Picks 4/23/2022
The Carolina Hurricanes (50-20-8) will visit the New Jersey Devils (27-43-7) on Saturday at 12:30 PM ET, in a matchup featuring two squads at different ends of the Eastern Conference. The Devils are heavy underdogs despite being the hosts, at +165, and the Hurricanes are -200. Find more below on the Hurricanes vs. Devils betting line, injury report, head-to-head stats, best bets and more.
Hurricanes vs. Devils Spread and Betting Line
Hurricanes vs Devils Betting Information
Hurricanes vs. Devils Game Info
- Game Day: Saturday, April 23, 2022
- Game Time: 12:30 PM ET
- Location: Newark, New Jersey
- Arena: Prudential Center
Computer Predictions for Hurricanes vs. Devils
Computer picks for Hurricanes vs Devils
Hurricanes 4 Devils 3
Hurricanes vs. Devils Betting Trends
Carolina has won 43 of the 65 games it’s played as the moneyline favorite this season.
The Hurricanes have won 21 of the 29 games they have played with moneyline odds lower than -200.
Carolina has a 66.7% chance of winning this game, based on the moneyline odds.
Carolina Hurricanes Leaders
A top offensive player this season for Carolina, Sebastian Aho has scored 78 points in 75 games (36 goals and 42 assists).
Andrei Svechnikov has 30 goals and 38 assists to total 68 points (0.9 per game).
Teuvo Teravainen has scored 20 goals and added 42 assists through 73 games for Carolina.
Frederik Andersen has a record of 35-14-3. He has allowed 111 goals (2.17 goals against average) and recorded 1320 saves.
Carolina Hurricanes Season Stats
The Hurricanes net the ninth-most goals in the league, averaging 3.3 per game for a total of 259 this season.
The Hurricanes have given up the fewest goals in league play this season with 190 (just 2.4 per game).
With a +69 goal differential, they’re ranked fifth-best in the NHL.
The 50 power-play goals the Hurricanes have put up this season (on 224 power-play chances) rank 12th in the league.
The Hurricanes’ offense has the league’s 11th-ranked power-play conversion rate (22.3%).
The Hurricanes’ four shorthanded goals this season rank 23rd.
The Hurricanes’ 87.9% penalty-kill success rate currently paces the league.
The Hurricanes’ players win 53.8% of their faceoffs to rank fourth in the NHL.
The Hurricanes convert 9.7% of their shots, ranking 13th in the NHL.
The Hurricanes have yet to shut out an opponent this season, averaging 22.3 hits and 10.4 blocked shots per game.
Devils vs. Hurricanes Betting Trends
The Devils have been an underdog in 55 games this season, with 15 upset wins (27.3%).
New Jersey is 7-15 when it is the underdog by +165 or longer on the moneyline.
The win probability for the Devils, implied from the moneyline, is 37.7%.
New Jersey Devils Leaders
Jesper Bratt is among the top options on offense for New Jersey, with 70 points this season. He has put up 25 goals and 45 assists in 72 games.
Nico Hischier is pivotal for New Jersey’s attack with 58 total points (0.9 per game), including 20 goals and 38 assists through 68 contests.
Jack Hughes has scored 26 goals and contributed 30 assists for New Jersey, giving him a point total of 56.
Mackenzie Blackwood has a record of 9-9-3 in 23 games this season, conceding 70 goals (3.3 goals against average) with 593 saves and an .894 save percentage.
New Jersey Devils Season Stats
The Devils have the NHL’s 17th-ranked scoring offense (233 total goals, 3.0 per game).
The Devils have given up 280 total goals (3.6 per game) to rank 27th.
Their 25th-ranked goal differential is -47.
The Devils have recorded 33 power-play goals this season (on 215 power-play chances). That ranks 28th in the NHL.
The Devils have the league’s 28th-ranked power-play conversion rate of 15.3%.
The Devils have scored six shorthanded goals this season (16th among NHL squads).
The Devils’ 14th-ranked penalty kill rate is 79.9%.
The Devils win 46.7% of their faceoffs. That’s the 31st-ranked rate in the NHL.
The Devils’ collective 9.6% shooting percentage ranks 14th in the league.
The Devils have not shut out an opponent this season. They average 19.1 hits and 12.6 blocked shots per game.
Hurricanes and Devils Injury Report
Hurricanes: Frederik Andersen: Out (Undisclosed), Jordan Staal: Day To Day (Upper Body), Jesperi Kotkaniemi: Day To Day (Undisclosed), Jake Gardiner: Out (Hip/back)
Devils: Jack Hughes: Out For Season (Knee), Mackenzie Blackwood: Out (Left Heel), Jonas Siegenthaler: Out For Season (Hand), Miles Wood: Out For Season (Hip), Jonathan Bernier: Out For Season (Hip)
Betting Tips for Hurricanes vs. Devils
Our best bet is Hurricanes on the moneyline at -200 and after taking a look at all of the key trends and statistics for this matchup. Our computer predicts the scoring will be under the total of goals.
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