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Devils vs Bruins – Breakdown and Prediction

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Devils vs Bruins: An Eastern Conference matchup

The Boston Bruins will host the New Jersey Devils on Saturday night at TD Garden. The Bruins managed to end the longest losing streak of the season and will try to build momentum by winning the second game in a row.

Are the Devils a playoff team?

The New Jersey Devils are 8th in the Eastern Conference with an 19-13-2 record. They are pretty solid on the road with a 11-5-0 record. The Devils are currently on a three-game winning streak. After winning two straight games against the Detroit Red Wings and the Columbus Blue Jackets, the Devils beat the Ottawa Senators 6-2 on their first stop of the three-game road trip. Jack Hughes is the top player on the team with a total of 40 points leading the team in both goals with 14 and assists with 26.

Can the Bruins get back on top of the East?

After an excellent start to the season, the Boston Bruins have fallen to second place in the Eastern Conference with a 20-7-6 record. They are 10-2-3 at home but have won only 4 of the last 10 games. The Bruins were on a four-game losing streak before defeating the Buffalo Sabres 4-1 on the road. David Pasternak has another impressive season, leading the team with 20 goals and 25 assists. The Bruins are the 5th-best defensive team in the league, allowing only 2.61 goals per game, and they are at the top of the league in save percentage with 92.1.

Betting Trends

The Bruins have won 3 of the last 4 against the Devils and 4 of the last 5 against them at home.

Player to watch

Brad Marchand is the veteran on the Bruins team and despite being 35 years old, he is second on the team with 30 points. What he does for Boston is much more than the stats can say, but he has totaled three assists in the last two games.

Injury Reports

Curtis Lazar is out for the Devils and the Bruins will be without Matt Grzelcyk.

Prediction and Conclusion

The Boston Bruins are probably the best team in the NHL, despite having a tough time in the last week. Losing four in a row is something no one could have expected from the Bruins, but that negative run makes them even more dangerous now. They are coming off a solid win in Buffalo, and after having a couple of days off, the Bruins are ready to take on the Devils, who played last night in Ottawa. Boston will put its foot on the gas from the start of the game and will win this one easily.

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