Game Time: 8:00 pm ET, Monday, November 20, 2023
Venue: American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
Where to Watch: ESPN+
Opening Odds at USA Sportsbooks
DraftKings: Moneyline: Rangers +114, Stars -135; Over/Under: 6 goals
Bet365: Moneyline: Rangers +114, Stars -135; Over/Under: 5.5 goals
BetMGM: Moneyline: Rangers +110, Stars -135; Over/Under: 5.5 goals
New York Rangers: 12-2-1 (1st place, Metropolitan Division)
Dallas Stars: 11-4-1 (1st place, Central Division)
Do not miss out on our expert handicapper analysis! Sean Murphy is on a HOT STREAK in the NHL on a 13-6 NHL RUN for +$8,120 PROFIT! Make sure you check out his picks and many more from the expert handicappers featured in the Shop Picks section.
New York Rangers: 9-0-1 last 10
Dallas Stars: 7-3-0 last 10
New York Rangers vs Dallas Stars Preview and Analysis
The Rangers are entering this game with 25 points, a 12-2-1 record overall, and they are 7-1-1 in their road games this season where they will be in this game. They are entering this game off a win against the New Jersey Devils in their last game, winning that one on the road 5-3. Artemi Panarin and Jimmy Vesey each led the team in goals with 2 while Blake Wheeler scored 1 goal in that game. Vincent Trocheck led the team in assists with 3 while Artemi Panarin led the team in shots on net in that game with 9. Igor Shesterkin was the starting goalie in that game and he allowed 3 goals on 33 shots with 30 saves and a .909 save percentage. Their offense has scored 52 goals this season averaging 3.5 goals per game and their defense has allowed their opponents to score 34 goals against them allowing 2.3 goals per game.
The Stars are entering this game with 23 points, an 11-4-1 record overall, and they are 4-3-0 in their home games this regular season where they will be in this game. They are entering this game off a loss against the Colorado Avalanche in their last game, losing that one at home 6-3. Tyler Seguin led the team in goals with 2 while Joe Pavelski scored 1 goal for them in that game. Mason Marchment led the team in assists with 2 while Jamie Benn led the team in shots on net in that game with 4. Jake Oettinger was the starting goalie in that game and he allowed 5 goals on 37 shots with 32 saves and a .865 sv percentage. Their offense has scored 55 goals this season averaging 3.4 goals per game and their defense has allowed their opponents to score 45 goals against them allowing 2.8 goals per game.
Rangers vs Stars Prediction
The current betting odds have the Rangers listed as an underdog in this game according to Draftkings Sportsbook. The Rangers have looked really good this season with their 12-2-1 record overall and they have also looked great in their road games with their 7-1-1 road record. The Rangers are fighting to be one of the best teams in the East right now, but the Stars are also in a very similar spot in the West. The Stars have also looked really good this year with their 11-4-1 record overall but they have actually struggled more in their home games this year with their 4-3-0 home record, and this is a trend that goes back to last season too. The Stars were also leading the Avalanche 3-0 in their last game before blowing that lead on home ice to lose 6-3 while the Rangers are getting hot lately, coming off another road win in their last game. Both of these teams have been great this season but the value in this game is with the Rangers considering their road record and how they have been better in their games lately. The best way to place a bet here is on the Rangers to win this game.
Rangers Stars Prediction: Our NHL Pick for Monday, November 20, 2023 (8:00 pm ET start time) is Rangers 4 Stars 2.
Don't miss our champion handicappers free picks and expert hockey picks today. And if you enjoyed this New York Rangers Dallas Stars prediction, be sure to drop by every day for our weekly NHL predictions and previews.
NHL Betting Trends
New York Rangers: 122-81 (+17.1 units) on the moneyline in all games. 46-27 (+12 units) on the moneyline after a division game. 73-48 (+12.4 units) on the moneyline after a game where they covered the spread. 10-5 UNDER in all games. 7-2 UNDER in non-conference games. 11-5 UNDER after 2 straight games where both teams scored 3 goals or more.
Dallas Stars: 30-23 (-10.5 units) on the moneyline in a home game where the total is 6 or more. 6-9 (-6 units) on the moneyline after scoring 3 goals or more in 5 straight games. 53-46 (-6.8 units) on the moneyline after playing a home game. 42-26 UNDER in non-conference games. 50-33 UNDER after 1 or more consecutive losses.
New York Rangers: A. Fox (D) Out indefinitely - Lower Body. F. Chytil (C) Out indefinitely - Upper Body.
Dallas Stars: T. Harley (D) Ques Mon - Upper Body. J. Rosburg (D) Out indefinitely - Undisclosed.
“I know that it’s not always 60 minutes of domination, but no game ever is. I liked the way that we’ve come out and played and the way we attack teams at the start. I liked the fact that we’ve had to fight back in some third periods — we stayed with it. Guys are working hard to win.” - Peter Laviolette after his team’s win against the Devils in their game on Saturday.
“I felt like they turned it up a notch in the third. We let them hang around for too long. Those guys know how to win. They turned it on and found a way.” - Jamie Benn after their loss against the Avalanche in their game on Saturday.
New York Rangers
LW Kreider, Chris
C Zibanejad, Mika
RW Wheeler, Blake
LD Miller, K'Andre
RD Trouba, Jacob
G Shesterkin, Igor
LW Robertson, Jason
C Hintz, Roope
RW Pavelski, Joe
LD Suter, Ryan
RD Heiskanen, Miro
G Oettinger, Jake
New York Rangers
Points: A. Panarin (26)
Goals: C. Kreider (10)
Assists: A. Panarin (16)
GAA: J. Quick (1.98)
Points: J. Pavelski (15)
Goals: W. Johnston (7)
Assists: M. Heiskanen (10)
GAA: J. Oettinger (2.50)
New York Rangers: Peter Laviolette (1st season)
Dallas Stars: Peter DeBoer (2nd season)