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Devils vs. Canadiens: Betting Odds, How to Watch, Projected Lines, & More



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The New Jersey Devils host the Montreal Canadiens tonight at the Prudential Center. The Devils are coming off a pretty uninspired loss despite their plethora of key injuries.

In the month of January, the Devils have lacked consistency in alternating wins and losses, winning consecutive games just once in the first two games of this month.

The Habs are in a similar boat, however, have pulled off some impressive wins against superior opponents this month such as the Dallas Stars, New York Rangers, and Colorado Avalanche. Nico Hischier and co. will need to avoid the trap game and get back in the win column against an inferior Canadiens squad.

Let’s dive into this afternoon’s Devils’ tilt with the Canadiens.

How to Watch

Time: 07:00 PM      Watch/Stream: MSGSN/MSG+      Listen: DEVILS HOCKEY NET

Projected Devils Lineup


Tyler Tofoli – Nico Hischier – Jesper Bratt

Timo Meier – Michael McLeod – Dawson Mercer

Erik Haula – Curtis Lazar – Nathan Bastian

Max Willman – Chris Tierny – Alexander Holtz


*Cal Foote – Simon Nemec

Luke Hughes – John Marino

Kevin Bahl – Colin Miller


Nico Daws

Vitek Vanecek

Projected Canadiens Lines


Cole Caufield – Nick Suzuki – Juraj Slafkovsky

Rafael Harvey-Pinard – Jake Evans – Brendan Gallagher

Joshua Roy – Sean Monahan– Joel Armia

Michael Pezzetta – Mitchell Stephens – Jesse Ylönen


Kaiden Guhle – Michael Matheson

Jayden Struble – David Savard

Jordan Harris – Johnathan Kovacevic


Samuel Montembault

Jake Allen

Last Game

The Devils spoiled a high-quality start by Nico Daws against the Boston Bruins.

Per the Devils’ PR:

-The Devils and Boston concluded their 2023-24 regular-season series (1-2-0), which also concluded the team’s three-game road trip (1-1-1).

-(New Jersey) entered Monday’s matinee contest with an 8-3-1 record against Atlantic Division opponents this season, but fell to 8-4-1 for this matter.

– The Devils skated in their fourth matinee contest for the 2023-24 campaign and fell to 1-3-0 when playing in a day game.

– Jersey’s team surrendered the game’s first goal and fell to 13-14-1 when trailing first in a game this season.

– The Devils were outshot, 36-31. The team is now 6-10-0 when outshot in a game this season.

– New Jersey suffered its second shutout for the 2023-24 campaign, while Nov. 22, 2023, at Detroit (4-0, L) marked the team’s first game shutout this season.

– The last time that the Bruins shut out New Jersey was on May 3rd, 2021, in a 3-0 loss vs Boston (T. Rask, 20 saves).

– The Devils were 30/58 (52%) on face-offs in the contest.

Player to Watch

Tyler Toffoli has played in 171 consecutive games, which ranks 19th for all active skaters in the NHL. The former Canadiens forward enjoys facing off against the club he used to suit up for. In 18 career games against the Canadiens, Toffoli’s registered seven goals and 16 points. The veteran forward has gone cold, missing from the goal column in the last five games. Look for Toffoli to try and get back on the board tonight.

Devils vs. Canadiens

According to the Devils’ PR, “The Devils and Montreal meet for the second time this season. The two foes’ regular-season series concludes on Feb. 24, at the Rock.

Last meeting: The Devils visited Montreal on Oct. 24, 2023, and collected a 5-2 win. The victory witnessed forward Tyler Toffoli earn a hat-trick (3g-0a), while Nico Hischier and Alexander Holtz also found the back of the net in the winning effort. Netminder Vitek Vanecek earned the win in net, after recording 27 saves on 29 shots.


Record: 77-73-10-7
Home: 40-35-4-4
Road: 37-38-6-3


The most goals in franchise history earned in a single game vs Montreal is eight goals, which was earned in an 8-4 win on Oct.
6, 2000, at New Jersey.

The most goals that the franchise allowed in a single game vs Montreal is nine (2 times), which was last logged on Nov. 11,
1981, after a 9-0 loss at Colorado.

The most goals that the Devils (team history) allowed vs Montreal is eight, which was last logged on Nov. 11, 1992, after an 8-
3 loss at New Jersey.

The most shots that Jersey earned in a single game vs Montreal is 53, which was earned on Feb. 27, 1995, in a 6-1 win at

The most shots that the franchise allowed in a single game vs Montreal is 59, which was on Mar. 27, 1976, in an 8-2 loss at
Montreal (KCS).

The shots that the Devils (team history) in a single game vs Montreal is 49, which was recorded on Dec. 8, 2016, in a 5-2 loss
at Montreal.

The last time that the Devils shut out Montreal was on Oct. 21, 2010, in a 3-0 win at Montreal (M. Brodeur, 29 saves).

The last time Montreal shut out the Devils was on Mar. 11, 2008, in a 4-0 loss at Montreal (C. Price, 30 saves).

The Devils and Montreal met in the Stanley Cup Playoffs once, which was in 1996-97. The Devils eliminated the Canadiens in
five games.”


Jan. 19 At CBJ 7:00 P.M. E.T.
Jan. 20 Vs DAL 7:00 P.M. E.T.
Jan. 22 Vs VGK 7:00 P.M. E.T.
Jan. 25 At CAR 7:30 P.M. E.T.
Jan. 27 At TBL 7:00 P.M. E.T.

Betting Odds

Devils – Canadiens Odds

Canadiens – Devils odds provided by Oddsshopper
Team Moneyline Puck Line O/U
New Jersey Devils -225 , N/A Over 6.5, -110
Montreal Canadiens +185 , N/A Under 6.5, -110

Moneyline Odds

Bet Side Bet365 BetRivers Caesars DraftKings Fanatics FanDuel SuperBook Tipico Unibet
Montreal Canadiens +175 +170 +185 +190 165 +160 +185 +170 +170
New Jersey Devils -210 -215 -225 -230 -220 -194 -220 -200 -215

Puck Line Odds

Bet Side Bet365 BetMGM BetRivers DraftKings Fanatics FanDuel SuperBook Tipico Unibet
New Jersey Devils -1.5, +115 -1.5, +115 -1.0, -139 -1.5, +120 -1.5, 115 -1.5, +128 -1.5, +120 -1.5, +117 +2.0, -1115
Montreal Canadiens +1.5, -135 +1.5, -140 +1.0, +115 +1.5, -142 -1.5, -135 +1.5, -154 +1.5, -140 +1.5, -150 -2.0, +650

Total Odds

Bet Side Bet365 BetMGM BetRivers Caesars DraftKings Fanatics FanDuel SuperBook Tipico Unibet
Under 6.5, -110 6.5, -110 7.0, -186 6.5, -110 6.5, -108 6.5, -110 6.5, -115 6.5, -110 6.5, -112 5.5, +145
Over 6.5, -110 6.5, -110 3.5, -1000 6.5, -110 6.5, -112 6.5, -120 6.5, -105 6.5, -110 6.5, -108 5.5, -177
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