New Jersey Devils Odds
While the Devils are far from their heyday when they made the playoffs 21 times in 24 seasons (winning three Stanley Cups), exciting youngsters Nico Hischier and Jack Hughes bring hope for the future in Jersey. Below find our full guide to betting on New Jersey Devils hockey including real-time Devils odds at NJ online sportsbooks.
Tonight’s Devils odds
With studs like Nico Hischier and Jack Hughes, it’s only a matter of time until New Jersey gets back to its previous success. Below find the best available odds right now for the next Devils game at the top NJ online sportsbooks. Click on any odds to go directly to the sportsbook, claim your bonus and lock in your bets.
Devils Stanley Cup, Eastern Conference odds
While Martin Brodeur and Patrik Elias won’t walk out of the locker room, this young group of Devils is looking to replicate their success. Below find the best available prices for the Devils to win the Stanley Cup, Eastern Conference, and Metropolitan Division. Click on the Devils betting odds to go directly to the sportsbook and place your bet.
How to bet on Devils games in New Jersey
Betting on New Jersey Devils hockey is simple if you’re in the state of New Jersey. Check out the various bonuses and sign-up promotions on this page and find one that interests you.
Once you’ve found a sign-up bonus to your liking, click the link. It’ll prompt you to register a new account. Make sure to use an e-mail address you have access to and a password that you can remember but is safe and secure. Once your account is created, claim the bonus you signed up with.
Once your account is registered, download the sportsbook app directly from your registration page. When you’re logged in, you can deposit money with any of the accepted payment methods to fund your account. Use this money and any bonus offers you might have claimed to start betting on the Devils!
Best Devils betting app
DraftKings has established itself as the premier name in the legal sports betting landscape.
DraftKings has an extremely easy to use sportsbook app that you can use on your phone from anywhere in the state of New Jersey.
Whether sitting on your couch watching the game or running a quick errand, just open up the app and place your bet.
DraftKings Sportsbook in NJ offers a variety of hockey betting markets. You can bet on individual Devils games or the futures market, whether it’s Stanley Cup winner, conference or divisional champion, awards, and over/under on wins and points.
There’s also a great choice of props both pre-game and live. The live betting interface makes it easy to follow along with what’s happening in the game.
DraftKings Sportsbook also has a physical location in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Grab your $50 bonus bet and bet the Devils at DraftKings NJ via the link below:
Devils betting lines explained
Here’s how the lines look for an average NHL hockey game:
|New Jersey Devils||+1.5 (-180)||+120||Over 5.5 (-110)|
|New York Islanders||-1.5 (+160)||-140||Under 5.5 (-110)|
The three main hockey betting markets are the moneyline, the total, and the puck-line.
- Moneyline: When betting on the moneyline, you are picking a team to win the game. The margin of victory does not matter. It doesn’t matter whether the game goes to overtime or not. In the above example, the Islanders are favorites to win the game. To profit $100 on the Islanders, you would need to risk $140. On the other side, a $100 bet on the Devils would net you a profit of $120.
- Total: When betting the total, you’re betting whether the two teams in the game will combine to score more or less than the listed number of goals. In hockey, the total is almost always 5.5 goals but it can range from a flat 5 for two defensive teams to as high as 6.5 for two offensively gifted teams. Overtime goals count towards the total. If the game goes to a shootout, the winning team is awarded a goal but individual shootout goals do not count.
- Puck-line: Puck-line betting is hockey’s version of the spread. There is not as much scoring as other sports like football or basketball, so the spread is almost always 1.5 goals. Hockey is a sport with a lot of variances, so even the worst teams in the league win a fair share of games. Betting on the favorite to cover the puck-line will usually be a plus-money underdog.
Devils live betting/prop betting
If the puck has dropped, it doesn’t mean it’s too late to bet on the Devils game. Live betting has taken the sports betting world by storm and there’s no easier way to live bet than through the app of your favorite sportsbook. With sports betting apps, you can bet while on the go from anywhere within the state of New Jersey. You can place a bet while at the supermarket, from the comfort of your couch, or stuck on the train getting home from work.
With live betting, the odds change based on what’s already happened in the game. If the Devils were underdogs to win the game before the game started, and they score first and take a 1-0 lead, the live odds for bets will likely now have them as favorites to win the game. Live betting provides great opportunities to capitalize when you think the oddsmakers have overreacted to what has happened.
Also, with live betting, there’s a variety of props you can bet on that involve the New Jersey Devils.
- First period betting: You can bet on which team will have the lead after the first period. If you bet the Devils to win the first period and they lead 1-0 at the first intermission, you’ll win your bet even if they end up losing the game 4-1.
- Who will be the Devils’ leading scorer: If you think Nico Hischier is going to have a big game for the Devils, you can bet on him to lead the team in scoring for that night. As long as he outscores guys like Jesper Bratt and Jack Hughes, your bet will be a winner.
- First player to score: You can bet on which player you think will score the first goal in the game. The odds on this bet are high as it’s so random with so many variables. If you think an energy player on the 4th line breaks through early, you can get payouts as high as 30-1 at some sportsbooks. Even premier scorers will offer value at odds near 7-1 most nights.
Devils Vegas odds vs. online odds
Most sportsbooks odds align closely with the Vegas odds. The Vegas odds are what many consider the industry standard, as for a long time they were the only ones to create lines and odds. Sportsbooks across the country use similar methods to those in Vegas to try and create accurate lines to balance the action across their board.
One difference between Vegas odds and sportsbook odds in New Jersey would be for the home team. If a lot of people in New Jersey are betting on the Devils to win, the sportsbooks in the state might slightly adjust their odds and make them worse for the Devils. This is an attempt to attract bets on the other side of the game and limit their liability.
Devils schedule 2022-23
The New Jersey Devils play 82 games for the 2022-23 regular season between October 13 and April 13. The Devils will play 26 games against Metropolitan Division teams, 24 games against non-division Eastern Conference teams, and 32 games vs. Western Conference teams.
The top three teams in the division with up to two additional wild card teams, will make the NHL playoffs, which are scheduled to begin in early May.
Devils stats leaders
Below, you’ll find the Devils leaders in goals, assists, points, and saves over the past five seasons.
|2021-22||Jack Hughes/Jesper Bratt (26)||Jesper Bratt (47)||Jesper Bratt (73)||Mackenzie Blackwood (652)|
|2020-21||Pavel Zacha / Miles Wood (17)||Jesper Bratt (23)||Pavel Zacha (35)||Mackenzie Blackwood (975)|
|2019-20||Kyle Palmieri (25)||Nikita Gusev (31)||Kyle Palmieri (45)||Mackenzie Blackwood (1328)|
|2018-19||Kyle Palmieri (27)||Nico Hischier (30)||Kyle Palmieri (50)||Keith Kinkaid (1059)|
|2017-18||Taylor Hall (39)||Taylor Hall (54)||Taylor Hall (93)||Cory Schneider (1114)|
Devils Draft picks
Here are the first round draft picks the Devils have made over the past five years.
- 2022: Simon Nemec (2nd),
- 2021: Luke Hughes (4th), Chase Stillman (29th)
- 2020: Alexander Holtz (7th), Dawson Mercer (18th), Shakir Mukhamadullin (20th)
- 2019: Jack Hughes (1st)
- 2018: Ty Smith (17th)
Devils bench staff
The Devils named Lindy Ruff the 19th head coach in team history in July 2020. Ruff is the former head coach of the Buffalo Sabres as well as the Dallas Stars. He has nearly 20 seasons of NHL head coaching experience. Ruff has compiled a head coaching record of 782-630-78.
Chris Taylor was bought in by Lindy Ruff to join the staff in 2020. Taylor served as the interim head coach of the Buffalo Sabres to finish the 2019-20 season. Previously, he was the head coach of Buffalo’s minor-league affiliate Rochester Americans, where he had a .620 winning percentage over three seasons.
Dave Rogalski also joined the staff in 2020 as the team’s goaltending coach. Rogalski has worked with the Blues before this since 2017. He helped develop goaltenders for the Blues organization, helping them win the 2019 Stanley Cup.
Ryan McGill joined the Devils coaching staff during the summer of 2022 after spending five seasons with the Las Vegas Golden Knights. He was there during the 2017-18 season in which Las Vegas became the first NHL expansion team since the 1967-68 St. Louis Blues to advance to the Stanley Cup Final,
Sergei Bylin moved up to the NHL team in 2022 after spending nine seasons coaching the Devils’ AHL affiliate clubs, most recently in Utica, NY.
Andrew Brunette was named an associate coach in 2022 after previously serving as the interim head coach of the Florida Panthers and being nominated for the Jack Adams Award.
Past Devils coaches
Before Lindy Ruff, the Devils had 18 head coaches. Here are the most recent five.
|Alain Nasreddine||December 2019-July 2020||19-16-8|
|John Hynes||June 2015-December 2019||150-159-45|
|Adam Oates||December 2014-June 2015||20-17-7|
|Peter DeBoer||July 2011-December 2014||102-76-34|
|Jacques Lemaire||December 2010-April 2011||29-17-3|
Where is the Devils Arena?
Name: Prudential Center
Address: 25 Lafayette St
Location: Newark, NJ
Owner: Newark Housing Authority
Operator: Devils Arena Entertainment
Ground Breaking: October 2005
Opening Date: October 2007
Construction Cost: $375 million
Other Events Hosted: Seton Hall basketball, Boxing, MMA, MTV Music Awards, Concerts
Sportsbook in Devils Arena
In January 2019, William Hill Sports Betting and the Prudential Center opened the William Hill Sports Lounge inside the Prudential Center. The 1,200 square foot area is located on the main concourse and is open during Devils games as well as other events hosted in the arena. The lounge has 32 TVs featuring live-odds and the day’s big sporting events.
New Jersey Devils games are broadcast on MSG Networks. Most games are on MSG-Plus. MSG Networks’ broadcast area includes New York, Northern and Central New Jersey, Northern Pennsylvania, and Southern Connecticut.
Steve Cangialosi has handled Devils play-by-play duties since Mike ‘Doc’ Emrick left the post in 2011. His color-commentator since 2014 has been former Devils defenseman Ken Daneyko, who replaced Chico Resch.
Bryce Salvador joined the broadcast as a rinkside reporter in 2017. Erika Wachter became the studio host for Devils hockey on MSG in 2018.
In terms of radio broadcasts, the Devils are broadcast on WFAN as well as Radio.com. Matt Loughlin has handled play-by-play duties since 2006. Chico Resch left the TV role and joined Loughin as his analyst in 2017.
How can I stream Devils games in NJ?
You can stream Devils games through the MSG GO app. Download the app and login with your cable credentials and you can stream Devils games on the go for free.
For those out of the market, you can watch the Devils on NHL TV.
Brief Devils history
The Devils were originally founded as the Kansas City Scouts in 1974. They then moved to Denver and became the Colorado Rockies in 1976. Finally, in 1982 the franchise moved to New Jersey.
John McMullen owned the team from 1982 through 2000. In 2000, YankeeNets (a combination of the New York Yankees and New Jersey Nets) bought the Devils. In 2004, the team was sold to Jeffrey Vanderbeek. Since 2013, the team has been owned by Josh Harris and David Blitzer.
The Devils had a borderline dynasty in the mid-1990s through the early 2000s. They made the playoffs in 21 of 24 seasons, winning three Stanley Cups under General Manager Lou Lamoriello.
Martin Brodeur was the goaltender for the Devils. Brodeur is arguably the best goalie in hockey history. Other key members of those teams include Patrik Elias, Scott Stevens, Scott Niedermayer, and Scott Gomez.
The championship Devils teams were often criticized for their boring style of hockey. The Devils perfected their defensive system, with most hockey fans accusing the Devils of playing “the trap.” Eliminating the trap and improving the speed of the game was one of the reasons for the NHL losing a full season to a lockout in 2004-05.
Here are the Devils leaders in some key categories:
- Games Played: Ken Daneyko (1283)
- Goals: Patrik Elias (408)
- Assists: Patrik Elias (617)
- Points: Patrik Elias (1025)
- Wins: Martin Brodeur (688)
- Saves: Martin Brodeur (28,776)
New Jersey Devils FAQ
The Devils are owned by Josh Harris and David Blitzer.
The Devils are worth $960 million according to Forbes. They were sold for $320 million in 2013.
Nico Hischier was named the 12th captain in team history in February, 2021. Andy Greene served as captain from 2015 to 2020 before being traded to the New York Islanders. Before Greene, Bryce Salvador served as captain for three seasons. Scott Stevens is the longest-tenured Devils captain, holding the role from 1992 through 2004.
Devils tickets have an average price of $64, with a low price of $17.
The Devils won the Stanley Cup three times: 1995, 2000, and 2003. They lost in the Stanley Cup Final in 2001 and 2012. They have made the playoffs 22 times. They have only made the playoffs once since 2012, which was in 2018.
The following numbers are retired:
- 3 (Ken Daneyko)
- 4 (Scott Stevens)
- 26 (Patrik Elias)
- 27 (Scott Niedermayer)
- 30 (Martin Brodeur)
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