New Jersey Devils vs. Seattle Kraken preview, prediction, pick for 1/19: Can Devils continue success on road? The Seattle Kraken might want to find a neutral site for Thursday night's game against New Jersey. Because the Devils have been nearly unbeatable on the road. New Jersey has won the first four games of its five-game trip that concludes at Climate Pledge Arena and improved to 18-2-1 in away games with a 4-3 shootout victory on Monday at San Jose after Jack Hughes scored with 10 seconds remaining in regulation to tie the score. Yardbarker Quick PickSeattle is dominant on the road, but when they're home the offense just isn't there. The Kraken have dropped three of the last four at home, with all three losses seeing two or fewer goals scored. New Jersey has been one of the tightest teams this season for shots and goals and should be able to grab a win here. We're rolling with the New Jersey moneyline at -125.
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— Griffin Carroll, Yardbarker "I can't explain it, " Devils coach Lindy Ruff said earlier in the week. "You know, we're finding ways to win, and I think that every team, every coach knows you're going to have to win games in different ways.... I think our game, our detail to our game has been better on the road.
We've managed the puck better on the road. I think sometimes at home there's a tendency to be a little bit more flashy, and some of our puck play has hurt us. " The Devils were playing their third game in four nights in San Jose, and it showed. Still, they rallied for their 14th comeback victory of the season -- tying Tampa Bay for the league lead. "It was an awful way to win, but that's what good teams do, " said Devils forward Tomas Tatar, who was the lone player to convert in the shootout. "Obviously, we had to overcome the fatigue. " Nico Hischier had a goal and an assist, and Ondrej Palat had an assist for the Devils, who have won five straight overall and seven in a row on the road.
Seattle Kraken vs. New Jersey DevilsDate Thursday, January 19, 2023 Time 7:00 p. m. Place Climate Pledge Arena at Seattle Center Cost Admission Fee Parking Location Accessibility Add To Calendar The Seattle Kraken host the New Jersey Devils at Climate Pledge Arena. Tickets More Information Same Day Events Showing Events on January 19, 2023 View Similar Events All Day A Seattle History Worth Preserving: Buffalo Soldiers Exhibit Free Event Educational exhibit celebrates the rich military history at Fort Lawton and the Buffalo Soldiers stationed there as part of the U. S. Army’s 25th Infantry.
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