Carolina Hurricanes vs New Jersey Devils: Picks, Odds, Prediction. Thursday 2020-03-12 1:00 am

On March 12, 2020, at 1:00 am New Jersey Devils inside their home stadium Prudential Center Newark New Jersey takes Carolina Hurricanes. Both teams are representatives of one Eastern conference and one Metropolitan division.

Carolina Hurricanes

Currently Carolina Hurricanes is in playoff zone 6 Eastern conference with 81 points. The Metropolitan division Carolina occupy the 4th position. Wards Rod Brind’Amour has to his credit 38 wins and 25 losses. From the last 10 games Hurricanes won 5. The guys spend quite confidently away / road games: 19 wins and 16 defeats in a season, 3 of them in overtime. On average, according to statistics of the current season, the regular season, Carolina Hurricanes scoring 3.2 goals and passed 2.8.

New Jersey Devils

At the moment, New Jersey Devils is outside the playoff zone 14 Eastern conference with 68 points. The Metropolitan division New Jersey hold 8 position. Wards Alain Nasreddine has to his credit 28 wins and 29 losses. From the last 10 games Devils won 6. According to statistics home matches this season, the team won 15 and lost 18 matches, two of them in overtime. On average, according to statistics of the current season, the regular season, New Jersey Devils scoring 2.7 goals and passed 3.2.

Computer Picks

  • CAR Hurricanes -1.5 Puck Line +140
  • Over 6.0 Game Totals -110


  • Carolina Hurricanes: James Reimer, Dougie Hamilton, Sami Vatanen, Brett Pesce, Ryan Dzingel
  • New Jersey Devils: Matt Tennyson, Fredrik Claesson, Will Butcher

Betting Tips Statistic

Of the last 10 games, Hurricanes has 5 wins

In 68 games that Hurricanes played away she was able to win 38 times

New Jersey has 14th place in its conference

Carolina Hurricanes vs New Jersey Devils Prediction

We have two inconsistent teams and the Carolina Hurricanes have looked a little off since the trade deadline. The New Jersey Devils have played their best hockey lately at home and they have to be thrilled to be back after spending six of their last eight games on the road. The home team has won eight of the last 10 meetings between the Hurricanes and Devils. I’ll take the home team and the favorable price in a battle between two sides that can’t seem to string wins together when it counts.