New Jersey Devils Lines

It took nearly a decade for the Devils to finally land in New Jersey, starting off as the Kansas City Scouts in 1974, moving to Colorado in 1976, before finally landing in the tri-state area in 1982. Although the team started performing well after more than a decade of mediocrity, the squad ended up becoming one of the most consistent in the NHL. For nearly two decades, New Jersey Devils lines were considered to be among the most consistent in the sport.

New Jersey Devils Next Game

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Monday 16 September
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New Jersey Devils

Boston Bruins @ New Jersey Devils

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New Jersey Devils Score

The New Jersey Devils score widget is designed to cater to wagering fans of the NHL, allowing you to browse through season results while comparing the moneylines that were given before the game started.

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October 2018 (9)
Sat 6 Reg. MD1 Edmonton Oilers 2 - 5 Devils -109 +100
Thu 11 Reg. MD2 Caps 0 - 6 Devils +104 -115
Sun 14 Reg. MD2 San Jose Sharks 2 - 3 Devils -112 +102
Tue 16 Reg. MD3 Dallas Stars 0 - 3 Devils +120 -133
Thu 18 Reg. MD3 Avs 5 - 3 Devils +127 -141
Sat 20 Reg. MD3 Devils 2 - 5 Flyers +105 -116
Thu 25 Reg. MD4 Preds 4 - 3 Devils -112 +102
Sat 27 Reg. MD4 Florida Panthers 2 - 3 Devils +110 -120
Tue 30 Reg. MD5 Devils 3 - 8 Lightning +145 -161
November 2018 (15)
Thu 1 Reg. MD5 Devils 3 - 4 Red Wings -141 +128
Sat 3 Reg. MD5 Devils 0 - 3 Isles -112 +102
Mon 5 Reg. MD6 Devils 5 - 1 Pens +155 -164
Tue 6 Reg. MD6 Devils 3 - 7 Ottawa Senators -133 +120
Fri 9 Reg. MD6 Devils 1 - 6 Leafs +135 -147
Sun 11 Reg. MD6 Devils 2 - 5 Winnipeg Jets +165 -179
Tue 13 Reg. MD7 Pens 2 - 4 Devils -125 +113
Thu 15 Reg. MD7 Devils 3 - 0 Flyers +144 -161
Sat 17 Reg. MD7 Red Wings 3 - 2 Devils +151 -164
Sun 18 Reg. MD7 Devils 1 - 2 Canes +155 -172
Wed 21 Reg. MD8 Habs 2 - 5 Devils +121 -133
Fri 23 Reg. MD8 Isles 4 - 3 Devils +150 -164
Sun 25 Reg. MD8 Devils 2 - 5 Lightning +155 -169
Mon 26 Reg. MD9 Devils 3 - 4 Florida Panthers +122 -135
Fri 30 Reg. MD9 Devils 3 - 6 Caps +141 -156
December 2018 (14)
Sat 1 Reg. MD9 Winnipeg Jets 19:00 Devils -127 +115
Mon 3 Reg. MD10 Lightning 5 - 1 Devils -125 +118
Thu 6 Reg. MD10 Devils 6 - 3 Kings -112 +109
Sun 9 Reg. MD10 Devils 5 - 5 Anaheim Ducks +100 -110
Mon 10 Reg. MD11 Devils 2 - 5 San Jose Sharks +160 -175
Fri 14 Reg. MD11 Knights 4 - 5 Devils -139 +128
Sat 15 Reg. MD11 Devils 1 - 1 Preds +175 -196
Tue 18 Reg. MD12 Leafs 7 - 2 Devils -147 +136
Thu 20 Reg. MD12 Devils 1 - 2 Jackets +170 -182
Fri 21 Reg. MD12 Ottawa Senators 2 - 5 Devils +143 -152
Sun 23 Reg. MD12 Jackets 3 - 0 Devils -114 +103
Thu 27 Reg. MD13 Devils 5 - 2 Boston Bruins +200 -217
Sat 29 Reg. MD13 Canes 0 - 2 Devils -115 +105
Mon 31 Reg. MD14 Canucks 0 - 4 Devils +120 -128
January 2019 (12)
Wed 2 Reg. MD14 Devils 4 - 5 Dallas Stars +155 -164
Fri 4 Reg. MD14 Devils 2 - 2 Arizona Coyotes +104 -115
Sun 6 Reg. MD14 Devils 2 - 3 Knights +190 -196
Tue 8 Reg. MD15 Devils 1 - 5 Buffalo Sabres +102 -112
Thu 10 Reg. MD15 Leafs 4 - 2 Devils -161 +148
Sat 12 Reg. MD15 Flyers 2 - 3 Devils +111 -119
Mon 14 Reg. MD16 Hawks 5 - 8 Devils +142 -154
Tue 15 Reg. MD16 Devils 1 - 4 Jackets +170 -182
Thu 17 Reg. MD16 Devils 1 - 4 Isles +145 -161
Sat 19 Reg. MD16 Anaheim Ducks 3 - 2 Devils +122 -135
Mon 28 Reg. MD18 Devils 6 - 3 Pens +205 -217
Thu 31 Reg. MD18 Rangers 4 - 3 Devils +123 -127
February 2019 (14)
Sat 2 Reg. MD18 Devils 3 - 2 Habs +145 -159
Tue 5 Reg. MD19 Kings 5 - 1 Devils +140 -149
Thu 7 Reg. MD19 Isles 1 - 1 Devils -137 +126
Sat 9 Reg. MD19 Minnesota Wild 4 - 2 Devils -125 +113
Sun 10 Reg. MD19 Canes 2 - 3 Devils -154 +141
Tue 12 Reg. MD20 Devils 3 - 8 St. Louis Blues +201 -227
Thu 14 Reg. MD20 Devils 2 - 5 Hawks +140 -145
Fri 15 Reg. MD20 Devils 5 - 4 Minnesota Wild +235 -256
Sun 17 Reg. MD20 Buffalo Sabres 1 - 4 Devils -120 +110
Tue 19 Reg. MD21 Pens 4 - 3 Devils -169 +153
Thu 21 Reg. MD21 Ottawa Senators 0 - 4 Devils +143 -149
Sat 23 Reg. MD21 Devils 2 - 5 Rangers +120 -130
Mon 25 Reg. MD22 Habs 1 - 2 Devils -149 +141
Wed 27 Reg. MD22 Calgary Flames 2 - 1 Devils -200 +181
March 2019 (15)
Fri 1 Reg. MD22 Flyers 6 - 3 Devils -123 +118
Sat 2 Reg. MD22 Devils 0 - 1 Boston Bruins +310 -323
Tue 5 Reg. MD23 Jackets 1 - 1 Devils -222 +205
Fri 8 Reg. MD23 Devils 0 - 3 Caps +310 -345
Sat 9 Reg. MD23 Devils 2 - 4 Rangers +158 -172
Tue 12 Reg. MD24 Devils 4 - 9 Calgary Flames +355 -400
Wed 13 Reg. MD24 Devils 6 - 3 Edmonton Oilers +273 -286
Fri 15 Reg. MD24 Devils 2 - 2 Canucks +162 -172
Sun 17 Reg. MD24 Devils 0 - 3 Avs +221 -250
Tue 19 Reg. MD25 Caps 4 - 1 Devils -217 +205
Thu 21 Reg. MD25 Boston Bruins 5 - 1 Devils -323 +290
Sat 23 Reg. MD25 Arizona Coyotes 1 - 1 Devils -154 +150
Mon 25 Reg. MD26 Buffalo Sabres 1 - 3 Devils -108 +101
Fri 29 Reg. MD26 Devils 0 - 4 Red Wings -106 -104
Sat 30 Reg. MD26 St. Louis Blues 3 - 2 Devils -213 +195
April 2019 (3)
Mon 1 Reg. MD27 Rangers 2 - 4 Devils +102 -112
Thu 4 Reg. MD27 Devils 1 - 3 Canes +300 -303
Sat 6 Reg. MD27 Devils 4 - 3 Florida Panthers +185 -200
September 2019 (7)
Mon 16 Boston Bruins 19:00 Devils
Mon 16 Devils 19:00 Habs
Wed 18 Devils 19:00 Rangers
Fri 20 Rangers 19:00 Devils
Sat 21 Isles 19:00 Devils
Wed 25 Devils 19:00 Boston Bruins
Fri 27 Devils 19:00 Jackets

New Jersey Devils Standings

Before placing a wager on either team, it’s a good idea to make sure you’re aware of the New Jersey Devils standings, as well as the position of their opponent. Sometimes, you’ll find that a team has extra motivation to win because they’re chasing a playoff spot or division title.

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# team pts P W L GF GA
1 Tampa Bay Lightning Tampa Bay Lightning 128 82 49 16 325 222
2 Calgary Flames Calgary Flames 107 82 45 25 289 227
3 Boston Bruins Boston Bruins 107 82 38 24 259 215
4 Washington Capitals Washington Capitals 104 82 39 26 278 249
5 New York Islanders New York Islanders 103 82 37 27 228 196
6 San Jose Sharks San Jose Sharks 101 82 38 27 289 261
7 Toronto Maple Leafs Toronto Maple Leafs 100 82 40 28 286 251
8 Nashville Predators Nashville Predators 100 82 38 29 240 214
9 Pittsburgh Penguins Pittsburgh Penguins 100 82 37 26 273 241
10 Winnipeg Jets Winnipeg Jets 99 82 38 30 272 244
11 Carolina Hurricanes Carolina Hurricanes 99 82 39 29 245 223
12 St. Louis Blues St. Louis Blues 99 82 36 28 247 223
13 Columbus Blue Jackets Columbus Blue Jackets 98 82 37 31 258 232
14 Montreal Canadiens Montreal Canadiens 96 82 37 30 249 236
15 Dallas Stars Dallas Stars 93 82 36 32 210 202
16 Vegas Golden Knights Vegas Golden Knights 93 82 36 32 249 230
17 Colorado Avalanche Colorado Avalanche 90 82 33 30 260 246
18 Arizona Coyotes Arizona Coyotes 86 82 30 35 213 223
19 Florida Panthers Florida Panthers 86 82 26 32 267 280
20 Chicago Blackhawks Chicago Blackhawks 84 82 24 34 270 292
21 Minnesota Wild Minnesota Wild 83 82 33 36 211 237
22 Philadelphia Flyers Philadelphia Flyers 82 82 28 37 244 281
23 Vancouver Canucks Vancouver Canucks 81 82 22 36 225 254
24 Anaheim Ducks Anaheim Ducks 78 81 26 37 194 249
25 Edmonton Oilers Edmonton Oilers 79 82 24 38 232 274
26 New York  Rangers New York Rangers 78 82 23 36 227 272
27 Buffalo Sabres Buffalo Sabres 76 82 21 39 226 271
28 Detroit Red Wings Detroit Red Wings 74 82 20 40 227 277
29 New Jersey Devils New Jersey Devils 72 82 24 41 222 275
30 Los Angeles Kings Los Angeles Kings 71 82 22 41 202 263
31 Ottawa Senators Ottawa Senators 64 82 23 47 242 302

New Jersey Devils Record

The Devils won their first Stanley Cup during the 1994-95 season, pioneering a defensive system that would change the competitive mindset of the NHL from freewheeling to a more defensive trapping style, allowing teams with little firepower to overcome offensive juggernauts. They also were the first team to establish the tradition of each player of the winning squad spending a day with the Stanley Cup. The team continued their pioneering ways during the 1999-2000 season, firing their coach and replacing him with Larry Robinson, who was the assistant. While many observers called it a panic move, the Devils won their second Stanley Cup that year.

For a couple of decades, the Devils were considered a team that division and eastern conference rivals had to keep an eye on. Between 1996-2010, the Devils won nine division championships and five conference titles, ruining the playoff aspirations of rivals on a regular basis.  

When rookie Martin Brodeur won the goaltending job from Chris Terreri during the 1995 Stanley Cup win, it signalled the start of a new defensive wall that the rest of the NHL was forced to break down. The quality of their defence combined with the presence of one of the best goalies in NHL history stymied teams, regardless of their firepower. The only knock on the Devils was a lack of scoring depth, which was usually overcome by timely scoring by forwards in the playoffs. 

While the Devils have moved on in an attempt to develop a new identity that revolves more around scoring, the team faces an uphill battle to become the same consistent winner that it was during the Brodeur and Lamoriello era of the franchise. Replacing an all-time great goaltender and one of the most ruthless GMs in the league will prove to be difficult.