New York Rangers (3-3-0) at New Jersey Devils (3-2-0)
|Date & Time||Tuesday October 21, 2014, 7:00 PM (EDT)|
The Line: New Jersey Devils -110 / New York Rangers +100 --- Over/Under: 5
The New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils play Tuesday night at the Prudential Center.
The New York Rangers have won two straight and are looking for their second road win in three tries. Henrik Lundqvist was extremely shaky out of the gate, but he’s allowed just one goal in his last two starts. Overall, Lundqvist has allowed 15 goals on 139 save attempts and has won five straight regular season games when allowing two or less goals. The Rangers have allowed just one power play goal in their last three games. Offensively, the Rangers offense has picked up the pace, as Rick Nash has seven goals, Martin St. Louis has four assists and Lee Stempniak has 18 shots on goal. However, the New York Rangers have yet to score a power play goal this season. Kevin Klein is questionable for this game with a facial injury.
The New Jersey Devils have lost two straight and are looking for their first home win of the season. The Devils have dropped their goals against average in a hurry after allowing 10 goals in their last two games. Despite getting off to a solid start, Cory Schneider has allowed 14 goals on 152 shots and eight goals in his last two games. Scott Clemmensen has allowed one goal on seven shots. The Devils have lost five of their last seven games when allowing more than two goals. Offensively, Mike Cammalleri leads the Devil with five goals, Michael Ryder has four assists and Damon Severson has 18 shots on goal. The New Jersey Devils have not scored a power play goal in two straight games and have allowed a power play goal in four of their five games.
The Rangers are 2-6 in their last 8 vs. a team with a winning record and 1-5 in their last 6 road games. The Devils are 4-1 in their last 5 vs. Eastern Conference and 8-17 in their last 25 games playing on 2 days rest. The road team is 4-0 in the last 4 meetings.
Getting the better team for even money? That always sounds good to me. Take the Rangers given the value.