New Jersey Devils vs. Buffalo Sabers odds, elections and predictions

 New Jersey Devils vs. Buffalo Sabers odds, elections and predictions

New Jersey Devils vs. Buffalo Sabers odds, elections and predictions

Scott Wedgwood (1-3-0, 2.80 GAS, 0.900 VS%, 1 SO) at Carter Hutton (1-2-0, 2.65 GAS, 0.899 VS%)

Wedgwood survived a 4-3 penalty shootout from the Sabers on Saturday afternoon. He is expected to get a start again as G. Mackenzie Black wood has not traveled with the team as he remains on the COVID-19 list.

Hutton is expected to be ready to leave after a missed time due to an undisclosed injury - he last played on January 19. If not, then there will be Linus Hallmark again. Hallmark stopped 31 of 34 shots and all three shootouts in Saturday's win over Debs

On Saturday, DEVILS (+140) failed to make money, but they should be able to make money on the second end of this double dip. While New Jersey are 0-4 on their last four trips to Buffalo, the Devils have connected in 12 of 17 previous meetings in the series..

Devils +1.5 (-200) will cost you twice your potential income. There is no reason for insurance, especially at this price. Take Devils on the money line instead. PASS.

LESS than 5.5 (-110) is what you need. The Devils have come underdogs in six of their last eight games as away underdogs, 7-3 in their last 10 away games last season. Andres have beaten Buffalo five times in a row since winning, and have been 5-2-1 in their last eight games at home. Under is also 4-1 out of the last five in the second end of back-to-back. When the puck falls after a day's play, your legs should be terribly limp too.