New Jersey at Buffalo (01/04/2014)

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Covers PM Covers
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Posted: 1/3/2014 2:17:27 AM

Away: New Jersey [17-17 SU]
Home: Buffalo [11-26 SU]

Game Time: 7:00 PM
Stadium: First Niagara Center

Recent Meetings:
11/30/13 - BUF 0 vs. NJ 1

Team Leaders:

New Jersey:
Goals: Jaromir Jagr 13
Assists: Jaromir Jagr 21
Goals Against: Cory Schneider 2.13

Goals: Tyler Ennis 8
Assists: Christian Ehrhoff 12
Goals Against: Jhonas Enroth 2.60

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BostonForever PM BostonForever
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Posted: 1/4/2014 7:20:14 AM
After having a sub-par game against the defending champs last night I'm looking for the Devils to come out burning mad. 

                        DEVILS win,  
                                             And  Over !!!!
gunslingers_ns PM gunslingers_ns
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Posted: 1/4/2014 5:08:46 PM
go with the trend its time for the Sabres to win this one
Phasers_On_Stun PM Phasers_On_Stun
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Posted: 1/4/2014 5:45:18 PM
Somebody wake me when this one is done. 

NJ: Jaromir Jagr is 41 years old and leading goal scorer. Come on now, you can't have a 41 year old being your leading goal scorer, especially when he only scored 13 goals. NJ has an average power play and a strong penalty kill unit.  And they are the "better?" 
offensive playing a back to back.

BUF: Now, while it is bad to have a 41 year old guy leading the team with 13 goals, its not a hell of a lot better to have a 24 year old being your leading scorer with 8 (EIGHT!) goals! BUF has a weak power play and an average penalty kill unit.

Two good goalies going in this one.  

The last time these two teams met it was a 1-0 snoozer. Don't get me wrong, I HATE betting Unders, especially under 5. But, I just feel like the ceiling for one of these clubs is 1 goal, that means the other side would have to score 5 for me to lose. The last time one of these teams put up a 5 spot in this series was November 16, 2011. Maybe we'll see an offensive "explosion" tonight of 3-1. It might happen, but I think I'm that 3-1 snoozer is a lot more likely.
JDaggz PM JDaggz
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Posted: 1/4/2014 6:34:00 PM
Truer words were never spoken my friend. I'll take the Under 5 and even look at an altered total and see what an Under 4.5 or even 4 will pay. Miller has been awesome at home this year. This game will be a grind of the slowest kind. Pretty sure Sabers will try to slow the devils down to null the offensive advantage. I would think the chance of over 5 is less than 10% in this one. Good write up Phasers_On_Stun. Thanks. BOL
Phasers_On_Stun PM Phasers_On_Stun
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Posted: 1/4/2014 6:49:17 PM
OOPS, typo. I meant to say...

"It might happen, but I think a 2-1 snoozer is a lot more likely."
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