Betting on the New Jersey Devils

Written by Running With The Devils on .

This NHL season, which has been drastically shortened by the lockout between September 2012 and January 2013, has been a pretty miserable one for fans of the Devils, as the team from New Jersey, as they failed to qualify for the play-offs. Having been defending Eastern Conference champions the team’s collapse in form has been a shock for fans of the team – and also for many sports betting fans who would have considered the Devils amongst the favourites for the play-offs, just like the bookmakers did; but where does this leave the Devils?

Clearly for fans of the team from New Jersey there is little left this season – and this is true for anyone interested in gambling on them as well. It is all about rebuilding for next season now, with the hopes that this season has been nothing more than a blip. Certainly the form shown by the Devils in the modern era – which has seen them fail to qualify for the play-offs on only three occasions between 1988 and 2012 – suggests that this is the case, but the collapse this season demonstrates the risks involved in future bets on sports teams. Indeed the failure of hot favourites like the Devils could convince more than one punter to switch their attentions to playing at online casino sites instead.

After all nowadays these sites offer all manner of casino games which are tailored specifically to sports fans – with sporting themed slots games often proving to be particularly popular. Click here to play the best mobile slots at The best of these capture much of the excitement of these sports through audio, video and themed reel icons, while also offering all the best features of slots games. These features include ultra-cheap play, fantastic jackpots and the excellent chance of winning a payout. Furthermore thanks to mobile casino apps you can play them from any location now – making them a more reliable way of betting on sports than placing a future bet on the NHL play-offs .

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