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Flyers Face Devils in The Swamp NHL Puck Betting Prediction

Flyers Face Devils in The Swamp NHL Puck Betting Prediction

Philadelphia Flyers: Nearing win or go home stage

Points are precious and Philadelphia allowed a few to get away in Boston yesterday. The Bruins scored with 15 seconds left in regulation time and then fried the Flyers 3-2 with just over a minute left in overtime. The one point for the tie leaves Philly five points behind Boston for the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. The Flyers have been kissing their sister a lot lately as they have earned at least a TIE point in seven of their last 15 games – posting a respectable 6-3-6 record over that stretch.

New Jersey Devils: Honor 1995 Cups Champs while playing out the string

Ten points out of a playoff spot, with 17 games to play, reality is starting to set in for the Devils. Though not mathematically eliminated you can put a fork in New Jersey. That said, the Swamp monsters have played solid hockey recently as they have posted a 6-2-1 record over their last nine games. New Jersey pummeled Philadelphia 5-2 when they hosted the Flyers back on January 3 – albeit thanks to a hat-trick by Jaromir Jagr who is now in Florida as a member of the Panthers. On the 20th Anniversary of their 1995 Stanley Cup Championship - a lot of former Devils will be in the house tonight.

Flyers vs Devils Decision: Not big on backing mediocre teams, especially when they are on the road, we are of the opinion that the Devils giving pucks here is fairly generous of them. While one can never be certain which Flyers team will show up from game to game, we expect a close contest here. Give us Philadelphia with a 400 unit wager on the puck line posted at the BetOnline sportsbook.

BetOnline NHL Puck Wagering Prices – New Jersey Devils vs Philadelphia Flyers

BetOnline NHL Puck Wagering Prices – New Jersey Devils vs Philadelphia Flyers

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