NHL Betting: Devils and Flyers Matchup Holds Playoff Implications

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The Philadelphia Flyers and New Jersey Devils may be the third and fourth place teams in the Atlantic Division, but that’s not to say their Tuesday matchup won’t be a compelling one on the NHL betting line. Get your odds for the late-season clash today.


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Though the Devils and Flyers may have a long way to go before catching the Eastern Conference-leading New York Rangers in their division, they remain viable threats on the Stanley Cup futures list regardless.

Seasoned in the toughest division in the East, the fact that they sit fifth (Philly) and sixth (NJ) in the conference is a testament to their strength. In fact, the Atlantic is so deep that four of the top five records in the conference belong in the division.

With the Rangers out in front, but the Atlantic’s second-place Pittsburgh Penguins well within sight, the Flyers and Devils will have extra motivation to claw for the victory when their NHL odds collide. 

Given the playoff format of the NHL - ie., that the top three playoff seeds are automatically assigned to division winners - the Pens, Flyers and Devils will all be fighting for the conference’s No. 4 spot and the final home-ice berth that comes with it.

Think you know who will get the leg up on the betting line?


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