In a matchup between two teams that have underachieved this season, the New Jersey Devils are hosting the Ottawa Senators in Prudential Center in Newark, NJ on December 4, 2021.
- New Jersey Devils vs Ottawa Senators
- NHL – Regular season
- Date – 06/12/2021
- Starting time – 7 PM ET
- Venue: Prudential Center, Newark, NJ
New Jersey Devils Stats & Form
The New Jersey Devils are one of the biggest disappointments this year in the NHL since they are sixth in the Metropolitan Division and 11th in the Eastern Conference with a 9-9-4 record.
Currently, the Devils are on a three-game losing streak and have lost eight of the last ten games.
In their last game, they lost 8-4 to the Winnipeg Jets. The Jets led 3-0 less than eight minutes into the game.
Ryan Graves had a goal and an assist, and Jack Hughes, Damon Severson and Nico Hischier also scored for the Devils. Jonathan Bernier gave up six goals on 32 shots through two periods. Mackenzie Blackwood took over in the third period and finished with six saves.
The Devils are 17th in the league with 2.91 scored goals per game and have the seventh-worst defense in the league with 3.32 conceded goals per contest.
New Jersey Devils News
Christian Jaros, Tyce Thompson and Miles Wood are all out tonight for New Jersey.
Ottawa Senators Stats & Form
The Ottawa Senators are currently the second-worst team in the league with a 6-15-1 record and only 13 points.
What is promising for DJ Smith’s team are the last two games as the Senators defeated Carolina and Colorado.
It was a tough night against the Avalanche but the Senators managed to get to a 6-5 overtime win.
Brady Tkachuk scored his second goal 51 seconds into overtime. Tim Stutzle also added two goals and an assist. Josh Norris and Austin Watson also scored for the Senators, who won consecutive games for the first time this season.
Still, the Senators have the seventh-worst offense in the league with 2.59 goals per game and the worst defense in NHL with 3.91 conceded goals per game.
Ottawa Senators News
Erik Brannstrom, Josh Brown, Shane Pinto and Colin White are all out for the Senators for the game against the Devils.
New Jersey Devils vs Ottawa Senators Head-to-Head Stats
The New Jersey Devils have won four of the last five against the Senators and seven of the last ten. Nine of their last ten matchups have ended over 5.5 goals. The last two times they played, the Devils won 4-3 in overtime.
New Jersey Devils vs Ottawa Senators Betting Odds
The New Jersey Devils are favorite in Monday night game with -122 odds to win while the Ottawa Senators are at 242. The draw is set at 370.
The total goals margin is set at 6 with -108 to go over and -123 for under.
It seems like the Ottawa Senators have pumped up after three of their games were postponed due to health and safety protocols as they won two consecutive games against quality teams. The Devils on the other hand have lost the last three but all that will change on Monday. The Devils are clearly the better team and they will use the game against the Senators to bounce back on the winning track. They have dominated Ottawa in recent years and that series will continue tonight.