Rangers vs. Devils Predictions, Odds, Props: Bet on Game 4 of the NHL Playoffs

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The host New York Rangers are again slightly favored over the New Jersey Devils team that just defeated them in overtime as Game 4 of their NHL playoff series unfolds at Madison Square Garden.

The road team has won the first three games of the series, which the Rangers lead two games to one.

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New York Rangers vs. New Jersey Devils Game 4 Odds

The Rangers were -150 and the Devils +130 at DraftKings on Monday morning.

Odds have stayed right in that area during the Game 3 and Game 4 segment of the series in New York.

The Rangers were -155 before Game 3 and the Devils paid +130. New Jersey paid roughly the same when odds were posted just before the overtime session.

The Over-Under for Game 4 is 6 with the Over at +100 and the Under at -120.

Games 1 and 2, both 5-1 verdicts for the Rangers, ended exactly on 6. The Under 6 romped in New Jersey’s 2-1 overtime triumph in Game 3.

Here are Game 4 lines from the best sports betting apps.

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Rangers vs. Devils Betting Stats

The underdog has covered the puck line in each of the Rangers’ last five games.

The road team has covered the puck line in each of the Rangers’ last six games.

The “Over 1.5” First-Period Goals prop has cashed in on eight of the last 10 Devils’ road games following a win. For this game, that bet pays -120 for the Over and +100 for the Under.

Devils vs. Rangers Series Props (FanDuel)

The Devils to score in the first period is -135 for the Over and +110 for the Under.

The Devils are +110 to score first. The Rangers are -130.

Here’s a prop tied in with the back-and-forth nature of the last two games, in which the team that fell behind rallied to win.

New Jersey to come from behind and win is +425.

The Rangers to win from behind is +300.

These numbers are revealing. Prices are excellent, but also indicate a belief by the book that whoever breaks on top stays.

The team that scores first in these NHL playoffs is 21-7.

Patrick Kane Over 2.5 shots is -120. The Under is -110.

The Devils are +125 in the Race to 2 goals, the Rangers are -125.

The Devils are +175 in the Race to 3 goals, the Rangers are +100

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Devils-Rangers Betting News


Devils head coach Lindy Ruff revealed his own gambling instinct before Game 3. 

He started backup goaltender Akira Schmid, trying to stem the tide from the previous two games. The Devils rose up around him and Schmid stood stout.

Schmid stopped 35-of-36 shots, including eight in overtime. He kept the Devils in it until Dougie Hamilton notched the game-winner in overtime.

The Switzerland native was extremely stellar during the regular season. He had a .922 save percentage and 2.13 goals against average, along with 14 wins.

Like a poker player, Ruff held his cards close on Sunday, as no starter had been revealed.

New Jersey improved dramatically in Game 3 on the penalty kill. The Rangers had four power-play tallies in 10 attempts through two games.

In Game 3, they were 0-for-5.

Rangers vs. Devils Predictions, Odds, Props: Bet on Game 4 of the NHL Playoffs
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It was just a case of being snakebit. They could not have asked much more, limiting the Devils to one regulation goal for the third straight game.

Schmid, at 6-foot-5, had exceptional net coverage.  

This was best displayed during a first-period breakaway from Artemi Panarin. With no openings, Panarin picked the top corner and shot over the top of the net. Panarin not only failed to score, but he wound up with two shots. His Over-Under prop usually sits at 2.5, as it will in Game 4. If Panarin had put that shot on goal, his prop bettors would have collected.

Chris Kreider had been a one-man wrecking crew for the Rangers. He tallied two power-play goals in each of the first two games.

The Devils “contained” him in Game 3. He scored only once, and not on the power play.

Kreider’s goal was nonetheless rain from the financial heavens for DraftKings bettors. They cashed him at +950 to score first.

New Jersey Devils-New York Rangers Betting Trends

The Rangers remain the darlings of the DraftKings betting public. They have garnered 90% of the handle and 68% of the bets at -1.5.

On the moneyline, the Rangers have 89% of the handle and 80% of the bets at -150.

Gamblers are split about the total.

The Over 6 has 52% of the handle and 43% of the bets, meaning that although the bigger money has gone to the Over, there is plenty of support for a low-scoring game too.

New Jersey Devils-New York Rangers Series Prediction

Under 6.

How To Watch Rangers vs. Devils

  • Game 4 Date: Monday, April 24, 2023
  • Puck Drop: 7 p.m. ET
  • Location: Madison Square Garden — New York, NY
  • Where to Watch: ESPN
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