Senators vs. Devils Prediction, Betting Tips & Picks 4/26/2022
The Ottawa Senators and New Jersey Devils are coming off a victory and a defeat, respectively, heading into their matchup at Canadian Tire Centre on Tuesday at 7:00 PM ET. The Devils are underdogs on the road, at +110, and the Senators are -132. Find more below on the Senators vs. Devils betting line, injury report, head-to-head stats, best bets and more.
Senators vs. Devils Spread and Betting Line
Senators vs Devils Betting Information
Senators vs. Devils Game Info
- Game Day: Tuesday, April 26, 2022
- Game Time: 7:00 PM ET
- Location: Ottawa, Ontario
- Arena: Canadian Tire Centre
Computer Predictions for Senators vs. Devils
Computer picks for Senators vs Devils
Senators 4 Devils 2
Senators vs. Devils Betting Trends
Ottawa has won eight of the 14 games it’s played as the moneyline favorite this season.
The Senators have a record of 5-4 this season while playing with their moneyline odds shorter than -132.
The moneyline odds say Ottawa has a 56.9% chance of winning this game.
Ottawa Senators Leaders
Brady Tkachuk is currently one of Ottawa’s leading contributors (63 total points), having amassed 29 goals and 34 assists.
Tim Stuetzle is another leading option for Ottawa with 53 points (0.7 per game), scoring 20 goals and adding 33 assists.
Joshua Norris has scored 34 goals and added 19 assists through 63 games for Ottawa.
Anton Forsberg has a record of 20-17-4. He has conceded 115 goals (2.8 goals against average) and recorded 1267 saves with a .917 save percentage (10th-best in the league).
Ottawa Senators Season Stats
The Senators offense’s 215 total goals (2.7 per game) rank 26th in the NHL.
The Senators are ranked 22nd in NHL play in goals against this season, having conceded 254 total goals (3.2 per game).
Their goal differential (-39) ranks them 22nd in the NHL.
The Senators have put up 45 power-play goals on 233 power-play chances this season, ranking 21st in the NHL.
The Senators’ 19.3% power-play conversion rate this season ranks 21st in the league.
The Senators have scored a total of eight shorthanded goals this season.
The Senators have the league’s 13th-ranked penalty-kill percentage at 80.5%.
The Senators’ players win 47.9% of their faceoffs to rank 24th in the league.
The Senators shoot 9.1% as a team, ranked 25th-best in the league.
The Senators have yet to shut out an opponent this season, averaging 29.6 hits and 14.7 blocked shots per game.
Devils vs. Senators Betting Trends
The Devils have secured an upset victory in 15, or 26.8%, of the 56 games they have played as an underdog this season.
New Jersey has a record of 15-31 in games when oddsmakers list them +110 or longer on the moneyline.
Bookmakers have implied, based on the moneyline for this matchup, that the Devils have a 47.6% chance to win.
New Jersey Devils Leaders
Jesper Bratt is a top offensive contributor for his club with 70 points (1.0 per game). He has scored 25 goals and 45 assists in 73 games (playing 17:28 per game).
Nico Hischier is a key contributor for New Jersey, with 59 total points this season. He has netted 21 goals and provided 38 assists in 69 games.
New Jersey’s Jack Hughes has 56 points, courtesy of 26 goals (first on team) and 30 assists (fourth).
New Jersey’s Mackenzie Blackwood is 9-9-3 this season, collecting 593 saves and giving up 70 goals (3.3 goals against average) with an .894 save percentage.
New Jersey Devils Season Stats
The Devils have scored 235 goals this season (3.0 per game) to rank 19th in the league.
The Devils have conceded 3.6 goals per game, 286 total, which ranks 28th among league teams.
They have a -51 goal differential, which ranks 25th in the league.
The Devils have scored 34 power-play goals this season (28th in the NHL) on 220 power-play chances.
The Devils have a 15.5% power-play conversion rate, the league’s No. 28 percentage.
The Devils have recorded six shorthanded goals.
The 80.4% of opponent power plays the Devils kill is the 14th-ranked penalty-kill percentage in the league.
The Devils have the 31st-ranked faceoff win percentage in the NHL (46.7%).
The 9.5% shooting percentage the Devils have amassed ranks 14th in the league.
The Devils have yet to shut out an opponent this season.
Senators and Devils Injury Report
Senators: Nikita Zaitsev: Day To Day (Illness), Matt Murray: Out (Neck), Connor Brown: Day To Day (Undisclosed), Shane Pinto: Out (Shoulder), Mathieu Joseph: Out (Undisclosed), Colin White: Out (COVID-19 Protocol)
Devils: Jack Hughes: Out For Season (Knee), Nico Hischier: Day To Day (Illness), Mackenzie Blackwood: Out (Left Heel), Jonas Siegenthaler: Out For Season (Hand), Fabian Zetterlund: Day To Day (Undisclosed), Miles Wood: Out For Season (Hip), Jonathan Bernier: Out For Season (Hip)
The Senators on the moneyline (-132) is our best bet after digging through all of the key stats and trends for this matchup. Our computer projects the scoring will stay under the total of goals, with the .
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