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New Jersey vs Minnesota: Hot Devils Visit Hotter Wild Side

New Jersey vs Minnesota: Hot Devils Visit Hotter Wild Side

Wild times continue to play out in Minnesota

With a 20-20-6 record at the All-Star break, Minnesota was 12th in NHL Western Conference and nine points out of the playoff race. Since then though, the Wild have been whacking every team in sight as they have posted a 16-3-1 record over their last 20 games. The hot streak has moved Minnesota into the top Wild Card spot in the West and they are five points behind Chicago in the Central Division.

Devils have been doing it but it won’t be enough to earn playoff spot

Following a run of four straight loses, by a 14-5 combined count, New Jersey is 7-2-1 over their last ten games. Earning 15 out of a possible 20 points has not given the Devils their due as New Jersey gained just two points in their pursuit of the final Wild Card spot in the East during their hot streak. Needing to leapfrog five teams, and with just 16 games remaining on their schedule, the Devils are done.

Wild vs Devils Decision: New Jersey stung us when they pummeled Philadelphia 5-2 in the Swamp on Saturday. Minnesota outshot Colorado by a 34-21 margin but lost 3-2 to the Avalanche at home on Sunday. The Devils, who are 11-18-2 overall as visitors, are playing just their second road game since February 14 tonight. With the Kings and Sharks both gaining momentum behind them, every point has monumental importance to Minnesota. Give us the Wild with a 500 unit wager on the money line price posted on the betting board at Sportsbook.ag in this contest tonight.

Sportsbook.ag NHL Puck Wagering Prices – Minnesota Wild vs New Jersey Devils

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