Both teams have been pleasant surprises this season but for different reasons. New Jersey has survived the loss of goalie Martin Brodeur and is playing very well while the Kings continue to stay around .500 and make their mark in online NHL betting.
NHL betting scheduling information tells us that the Devils are beginning a six-game road trip tonight and that they are in the first of a back-to-back as they play at Anaheim tomorrow. NHL betting trends show that the Devils have won six of the last ten games between the two teams overall. At Los Angeles, the Devils have won three of the last five games as NHL betting stats show.
New Jersey has been an excellent road team this season, winning gamblers some good money in NHL betting. Goaltender Scott Clemmensen has been excellent since Brodeur was injured and looks like an All-Star. The Devils are in the Top 10 in defense as NHL betting numbers show. New Jersey is just outside of the Top 10 in offense with Zach Parise leading the team in scoring as NHL betting statistics have it. New Jersey can score a lot more goals than most people would think.
The Kings have been a solid home team in NHL betting this season. That is mainly due to a defense that is Top 10 as online NHL betting numbers show. Goaltender Erik Ersberg led the way early and now rookie Jonathan Quick has been solid. The Kings need to improve their offense as Anze Kopitar is about the only serious threat as NHL betting stats have it.
Looking at the NHL betting total we see that the over is 4-2-4 in the last 10 meetings between the two teams. Both New Jersey and Los Angeles have been solid under teams in NHL betting this season because of their defensive numbers. The trends point to an over but this year both teams are really solid defensively with good goalies. That could mean an under on Saturday when the Devils and Kings meet.
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