- The New York Rangers have -160 odds to beat the New Jersey Devils in New York and take a 3-1 series lead.
- Sportsbooks have made the Maple Leads at the TB Lightning game a pick’em, with the Leafs looking to take a 3-1 series lead.
NEW YORK – The New York Rangers are favored on home ice to beat the New Jersey Devils and take a commanding 3-1 series lead, after falling in overtime to the Devils in New York on Saturday. The Tampa Bay Lightning are at home against the Toronto Maple Leafs tonight after losing in overtime on home ice as well on Saturday and the game has been made a pick’em.
Betting on the Rangers in Madison Square
Before the overtime loss, the Rangers outscored the Devils 10-2 in the series and are favored at online sportsbooks to bounce back tonight.
Devils at Rangers Game Lines
- Moneyline: New Jersey +135/New York -160
- Spread: New Jersey +1.5 (-200)/-1.5(+170)
- Total: Over 5.5 (-120)/Under 5.5 (EVEN)
Over the course of the 2022-23 regular season, the Rangers went 19-10 when playing on home ice. When playing on the road as the underdog, the Devils held their own in the regular season, going 10-4, including a win over the Rangers as the betting underdog in Madison Square Garden.
Even though Igor Shesterkin was one of the strongest goalies during the regular season and had a record of 27-13-8, the Rangers’ goalie struggled after a loss. Shesterkin recorded four separate back to back loss occasions this season.
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Betting on the Lightning in Amelie
The Tampa Bay Lightning outplayed the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday night but still suffered an overtime loss, with 12 more shots on goal. Online sportsbooks with NHL odds currently have this game as a pick’em.
Maple Leafs at Lightning Game Lines
- Moneyline: Toronto -110/Tampa Bay -110
- Spread: Toronto -1.5 (+215)/Tampa Bay +1.5 (-260)
- Total: Over 6.5 (-105)/Under 6.5 (-115)
Toronto’s record on the road this regular season was 23-15-5 and went 1-1 in Amelie and 1-1 in the only two pick’em games that they played.
The Bolts went 28-8-5 SU during the 2022-23 regular seasons when playing on home ice and have a chance to tie the first round series tonight in Amelie Arena. Prior to the loss on Saturday, Andrei Vasilevskiy has gone 21-2 after a loss in the playoffs since 2020 and is expected to have a big night for game four.
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