Devils vs. Hurricanes NHL Playoffs Second Round Game 4: How to Watch, Odds, Picks & Predictions

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Devils vs. Hurricanes NHL Playoffs Second Round Game 4: How to Watch, Odds, Picks & Predictions

NHL Predictions

The New Jersey Devils are set for Game 4 of the NHL Playoffs Second Round Tuesday against the Carolina Hurricanes, starting at 7:00 PM ET on ESPN, SportsNet, CBC, and TVAS. The Hurricanes are up 2-1 in the series. The Hurricanes have +137 odds on the moneyline against the favorite Devils (-160).

Devils vs. Hurricanes Odds

  • Favorite: Devils (-160)
  • Underdog: Hurricanes (+137)
  • Over/under: 5.5

When is Devils vs. Hurricanes and when does it start?

This matchup between the Devils and Hurricanes is set to start on Tuesday, May 9, 2023. Expect to see the puck drop at 7:00 PM ET.

Where to Watch Devils vs. Hurricanes

The Devils and Hurricanes will lace up the skates at Prudential Center for this matchup on May 9, and if you want to catch the game live, get your tickets now from Vivid Seats!

What channel is the game on?

You can catch this game live on ESPN, SportsNet, CBC, and TVAS.

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Who Will Win Devils vs. Hurricanes?

Devils and Hurricanes Betting Trends

  • New Jersey’s games this season have finished above this matchup’s total of 5.5 goals 62 times.
  • Carolina has combined with its opponent to score over 5.5 goals in 44 of 91 games this season.
  • The teams combine to score 6.7 goals per game, 1.2 more than this match’s total.
  • Opponents of these two teams combine to average 5.3 goals per game, 0.2 fewer than this match’s total.
  • The Devils have been favored on the moneyline 64 times this season, and have finished 40-24 in those games.
  • This season the Hurricanes have won eight of the 16 games, or 50.0%, in which they’ve been an underdog.

Devils Stats & Insights

  • The Devils net the fourth-most goals in the league, averaging 3.5 per game for a total of 289 this season.
  • The Devils are ranked eighth in NHL play for the fewest goals against this season, having allowed 222 total goals (2.7 per game).
  • The squad has the league’s third-best goal differential at +67 this season.
  • The Devils have a 10.2% shooting percentage as a team, ranking 15th in the NHL.
  • The Devils average 16.7 hits and 14.9 blocked shots per game.
  • In their last 10 matchups, the Devils are 5-5-0 to earn 75.0% of the possible points.
  • They are scoring at a 2.7 goals-per-game average (27 total) during that span.
  • Over on the defensive side, the Devils have allowed 3.0 goals per game (30 total) over those 10 outings.

Hurricanes Stats & Insights

  • The Hurricanes have the league’s 15th-ranked scoring offense (262 total goals, 3.2 per game).
  • The Hurricanes have given up 2.6 goals per game, 210 total, the second-fewest among NHL teams.
  • They have a +52 goal differential, which is seventh-best in the league.
  • The Hurricanes’ collective 9.2% shooting percentage ranks 26th in the league.
  • The Hurricanes have yet to shut out an opponent this season.
  • Over the last 10 contests, the Hurricanes have secured 85.0% of the possible points with a 7-3-0 record.
  • They are scoring at a 3.7 goals-per-game average (37 total) during that time.
  • Defensively, the Hurricanes have given up 28 goals (2.8 per game) in those 10 outings.

Devils Key Players to Watch

  • One of New Jersey’s top offensives player this season is Jack Hughes, who has 99 points (43 goals, 56 assists) and plays an average of 19:57 per game.
  • Nico Hischier is contributing with 80 points (31 goals, 49 assists).
  • In 52 games, Vitek Vanecek has a record of 33-11-4. He has conceded 119 goals (2.45 goals against average) and has recorded 1214 saves.

Hurricanes Key Players to Watch

  • Martin Necas is a top offensive contributor for his team with 71 points (0.9 per game). He has totaled 28 goals and 43 assists in 82 games (playing 18:24 per game).
  • Sebastian Aho has made a major impact for Carolina this season with 68 points, thanks to 36 goals and 32 assists.
  • Frederik Andersen has a 21-11-1 record this season, with a .903 save percentage (24th in the league). In 34 games, he has 766 saves, and has given up 82 goals (2.5 goals against average).

Devils vs. Hurricanes Injuries

  • Devils: Jonathan Bernier: Out (Hip), Ryan Graves: Questionable (Upper Body)
  • Hurricanes: Max Pacioretty: Out (Lower Body), Jake Gardiner: Out (Hip), Antti Raanta: Out (Illness), Brady Skjei: Questionable (Undisclosed), Teuvo Teravainen: Out (Hand), Ondrej Kase: Out (Concussion), Andrei Svechnikov: Out (Lower Body)

Devils vs. Hurricanes Prediction

  • Puck Line Pick:

    Hurricanes (+1.5)

  • Pick OU:

    Over (5.5)

  • Score Prediction:
    Devils 4 – Hurricanes 3

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