After not getting many breaks over the final month and a half of their season, the Devils are hoping to get lucky for the second time in three years in the NHL Draft Lottery.

By finishing 22nd overall with a 19-19-10 record and 48 points (the league’s ninth-worst record), the Devils have a 2.7 percent chance to win the lottery, which be held today at 8 p.m. (NBCSN).

For the first time, all 14 non-playoff teams will have a chance at the first overall pick. In previous years, the team that won the lottery could move up no more than four spots in the draft order.

The Devils won the draft lottery in 2011 and moved up from eighth to the fourth overall pick, which they used to select defenseman Adam Larsson. The odds of winning the lottery are unchanged from previous years and determined by the teams’ regular-season point totals.

The Florida Panthers, who finished last overall with 36 points, have the best chance to win the lottery at 25 percent.

After the winner of the lottery is picked, the remaining 13 non-playoff teams will be slotted in reverse order of their regular-season point totals.

The rest of the draft order (picks 15 through 30) will be determined by the results of the playoffs.

No team can drop more than one spot in the order, so the Devils can pick first (2.7 percent chance), ninth (92.3 percent) or 10th (6 percent).