NHL Predictions November 22nd- Including New York Rangers vs Ottawa Senators

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Here are today’s NHL Game Day Predictions. Daily, Last Word on Hockey brings you predictions and analysis of every game on the schedule. This will also feature a significant game on the schedule that is must-watch hockey. Today’s featured game is the New York Rangers vs the Ottawa Senators.

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New York Rangers vs Ottawa Senators

Head to Head: Rangers 1-1 Senators

The New York Rangers made a lot of improvements in the off-season, bringing in big names like Artemi Panarin, Jacob Trouba, and star prospect, Kaapo Kakko. They have a legitimately bright future ahead of them. They still have more to build upon, but this past off-season gives Rangers fans a reason for optimism in the coming years. For now, they are a middle of the pack team, capable of winning games against even the toughest opponents.

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The last 10 games have been highly successful for the Ottawa Senators, with a 7-3-0 record. They hope to add another to the win column when they host the New York Rangers tonight. Jean-Gabriel Pageau has surprisingly been the driving force of Ottawa’s offence this season. With 17 points in 22 games so far this season, he is on pace to blow away his scoring career highs. He already has his third-highest goals total for a single season in his career with 13.

Prediction: Rangers win 4-3

New Jersey Devils vs Pittsburgh Penguins

Head to Head: Devils 1-0 Penguins

Last Friday, the New Jersey Devils got the better end of the Pittsburgh Penguins, walking out of Prudential Center with a 2-1 victory. They hope to replicate that success on the road, as they travel to Pittsburgh in hopes of taking a 2-0 lead for the season series. That will be a tough order for a struggling Devils squad, but another win could help this team turn their season around. They will need P.K. Subban to step up to the plate tonight if they hope to win.

The Penguins cannot be happy about their loss to New Jersey. Pittsburgh has higher quality talent than the Devils by a mile but it wasn’t enough to beat them the first time around. A win won’t come easy to them though. The Devils and Penguins both have similar records over their last 10 games with five wins each. This game could end up being surprisingly competitive. 

Prediction: Penguins win 5-2

That does it for today’s NHL predictions. Be sure to check in tomorrow for another edition.

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