New Jersey Devils vs Vegas Golden Knights: Picks, Odds, Prediction. Tuesday 2020-03-03 5:00 am

On March 03, at 5:00 am Vegas Golden Knights within their house stadium T-Mobile Arena Las Vegas Nevada takes New Jersey Devils. Vegas Golden Knights representative of Western conference and Pacific division,New Jersey Devils representative of the Eastern conference and Metropolitan division.

New Jersey Devils

At the moment, New Jersey Devils is outside the playoff zone 14 Eastern conference with 64 points. The Metropolitan division New Jersey hold 8 position. Wards Alain Nasreddine has to his credit 26 wins and 27 losses. From the last 10 games Devils won 6 guys not too confident carried away / road games: 14 wins and 19 defeats in a season, 2 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.

Vegas Golden Knights

At the moment Vegas Golden Knights took a comfortable position in the playoff zone 4 Western conference with 80 points. The Pacific division Vegas occupy position 1. Wards Peter DeBoer has to his credit 36 ​​wins and 23 losses. From the last 10 games won the Golden Knights 8. home matches Statistics team this season, won 15 and lost 12 games, 4 of them in overtime. On average, according to statistics of the current season of the regular season Vegas Golden Knights scoring 3.2 goals and passed 3.0.

Computer Picks

  • VGS Golden Knights -1.5 Puck Line -115
  • Under 5.5 Game Totals +105


  • New Jersey Devils: Fredrik Claesson, Will Butcher
  • Vegas Golden Knights: Mark Stone, Alex Tuch

Betting Tips Statistic

Devils has 26 wins against 27 losses

Golden Knights won 0.597% of the games this season

Golden Knights has 4th place in its conference

New Jersey Devils vs Vegas Golden Knights Prediction

The plus money with Jersey is tempting given that the Devils have played some pretty decent hockey lately, but the fact remains that New Jersey isn’t a team I’m trying to back long-term, especially on the road where they’ve lost pretty much two out of every three games for the last couple of years now. Vegas has picked up their play in a major way over the last month or so, and the Golden Knights are finding their groove at just the right time. Bottom line is that  Vegas is hot right now and I think New Jersey’s just in the wrong place at the wrong time. Give me Vegas on the puck line to get the price down a bit.