New Jersey (6th - Metropolitan) at Anaheim (1st - Pacific)

Matchup Details
Fri, Jan 16 - Honda Center
FACEOFF - 10:00 PM ET
W/LATSMONEYHomeAwayO/U
New Jersey 16-21-2-622-23-15757-7-2-49-14-0-216-25
Anaheim 28-10-2-414-30-211016-5-1-212-5-1-217-24
CONSENSUS ANALYSIS
 
RECENT TRENDS
INJURY REPORT
New Jersey
PPlayerStatusNotes
RWJ. Jagr
Ques Wed
Illness
01/22/15
Jagr has missed the last three games with an illness and is questionable to return Wednesday against the Maple Leafs.
DB. Salvador
I-R
Back
01/23/15
Salvador has a back injury and is on injured reserve.
DD. Severson
Ques Wed
Ankle
01/22/15
Severson is on injured reserve with a hairline fracture in his ankle. He is questionable to return Wednesday against the Maple Leafs.
RWS. Gionta
Ques Wed
Hand
01/22/15
Gionta is on injured reserve with a broken hand and is questionable return Wednesday against the Maple Leafs.
RWT. Ruutu
Ques Wed
Illness
01/22/15
Ruutu is suffering from an illness and has been placed on injured reserve. He is questionable to return Wednesday against the Maple Leafs.
LWR. Clowe
I-R
Head
11/11/14
Clowe has been placed on injured reserve with a head injury and there is no timetable for his return.
Anaheim
PPlayerStatusNotes
DC. Stoner
Prob Tues
Lower Body
01/25/15
Stoner missed Wednesday's game due to a lower-body injury but is expected to play Tuesday against the Canucks.
DE. Brewer
Out indefinitely
Foot
01/22/15
Brewer was placed on injured reserve with a broken foot and has exceeded his original timetable for return. He has begun skating but has yet to be cleared for game action.
DS. Souray
I-R
Wrist
10/05/14
Souray was placed on the non-roster injured reserve list with a torn ligament in his right wrist and is not expected to return this season.
NEWS

Covers Preview - The Anaheim Ducks wrap up their season-high eight-game homestand when they host the New Jersey Devils on Friday. Anaheim improved to 5-2-0 on its lengthy stretch at Honda Center on Wednesday by posting a 4-0 triumph over Toronto. Corey Perry registered a natural hat trick - the eighth of his career and third this season - while Frederik Andersen made 28 saves for his second NHL shutout. The Ducks are 9-5-1 against the Eastern Conference but only 3-2-1 versus Metropolitan Division clubs.

 
LINE HISTORY
Live Odds
 
MATCHUP EDGE
NJEdge in:ANA
Offense
Defense
Power Play
Penalty Kill
Face Offs
Discipline
Goaltending