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Twenty-six games. That games New Jersey Devils winger Taylor Hall has emerged on the scoresheet and oddsmakers have him recorded at -150 that he get to 28 matches and outside.
Only Two Players Since 1993 Have Had Point Streaks Exceeding 24 Games – Patrick Kane At 26 Games In 2015 And Sidney Crosby At 25 Games At 2011.
Point stripes at the NHL are common. Players have accomplished streaks of 10 to 15 matches because scoring from the 1970s and’80s’ heyday. But what Hall is doing has been remarkable when you consider only two gamers since 1993 have had stage streaks exceeding 24 matches (Patrick Kane in 26 matches in 2015 and Sidney Crosby in 25 games in 2011).
The Edmonton Oilers has to be kicking themselves for coping Hall to New Jersey since the winger would be more thrilling playing the line of Connor McDavid. Hall has 18 goals and 38 points during this streak and has maintained the Devils afloat in the Eastern Conference playoff picture.
Who would be the upcoming opponents for the Devils?
New Jersey has Winnipeg, Nashville, Vegas, Los Angeles and Anaheim on the docket over the next 10 days, which could be debatable for Hall to keep the series going as all five teams are rated in the top 10 in fewest goals allowed per game. Bettors may want to tread carefully before fully endorsing the Devils winger to secure the longest point streak in the NHL since 1993 (Mats Sundin at 30 games).

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