New Jersey Devils

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Every year, a surprising team storms out of the gate, roaring their way to the top of the standings. This year, the NHL has four of those teams. Last year, one of those teams was the Vancouver Canucks. They began the season with an impressive and surprising 4-0 start. Their hot start was incredibly deceiving
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Every person’s journey through life is different and the same can be said for every hockey player’s journey to become a professional player as well. Such is the case with New Jersey Devils’ forward Stefan Noesen, a kid from Plano, Texas that was drafted by the Ottawa Senators six and a half years ago at
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It’s not often a team wins a lottery to pick first overall in the NHL Draft and then wins another lottery when they sign a Hobey Baker winner out of college, but that’s exactly what happened this summer for the New Jersey Devils with the additions of forward Nico Hischier and defenseman Will Butcher, respectively,
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With the New Jersey Devils’ preseason at its end, now is as good a time as any to predict the team’s opening night lineup. Some young players burst onto the scenes with highly impressive showings and others looked like they could use some seasoning in juniors, college or the AHL. With that said, here is
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Any hockey reporter who has had the opportunity to interview defenseman Ben Lovejoy through his nine-year career knows that he is a reporter’s dream. His replies to our questions are not only in-depth, descriptive and honest, but he’s also a loquacious wordsmith with a smooth delivery that just about causes you to pause as you
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Last season at the New Jersey Devils training camp Keith Kinkaid edged out Scott Wedgewood for the backup goaltender job and while he was in the AHL Wedgewood got injured and needed surgery to repair a torn labrum in his shoulder. He pushed himself during the recovery process and was able to rejoin the Albany
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This article was originally published in March, 2013. As the New Jersey Devils honored legendary goaltending coach Jacques Caron, while hosting the Montreal Canadiens, a lot of Caron’s pupils were on hand.  Most notable up in the luxury box of course was the sidelined Martin Brodeur.  Also in attendance though were former netminders like Chris
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Scott Niedermayer’s No. 27 hangs in the rafters of Prudential Center. The banner years read from 1991 to 2004. Of course, everyone knows his career concluded in 2010 with the Anaheim Ducks. Yet, what if he had stayed with the New Jersey Devils his entire career? What if his story went the other way with Rob
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New Jersey Devils: Ray Shero’s Top 3 Moves of the Offseason ” + “”; } document.getElementById(“sda_1730”).style.display = “block”; document.getElementById(“sda_1730”).innerHTML = sda_html; } function _load_1730() { var xhrq_1730 = new XMLHttpRequest(); xhrq_1730.open(“GET”, “/ez_aba_load/?aba_id=1730&aba_wid=AA6363D7-7B56-47CE-A6AE-D650285A0D29&aba_did=dGhlaG9ja2V5d3JpdGVycy5lem9pYy5jb20=”, true); xhrq_1730.onload = function (e) { if (xhrq_1730.readyState === 4) { if (xhrq_1730.status === 200) { eval(xhrq_1730.responseText); } } }; xhrq_1730.send(null); } if
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It’s hard to play in the National Hockey League but it’s even harder to stay there. Playing and winning must be a euphoric feeling but to go a step further and have your jersey retired? The New Jersey Devils announced they would retire Patrik Elias’ jersey making him the fifth Devil to have his number
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‘Injury is just another word for opportunity.’ At least it is when it relates to the 2017-18 New Jersey Devils who announced on August 17 that center Travis Zajac will miss four-to-six months after surgery to repair a torn pectoral muscle. Whether you had Zajac penciled in as the Devils’ top line center or third
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‘Injury is just another word for opportunity.’ At least it is when it relates to the 2017-18 New Jersey Devils who announced on August 17 that center Travis Zajac will miss four-to-six months after surgery to repair a torn pectoral muscle. Whether you had Zajac penciled in as the Devils’ top line center or third
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Last season was one to forget for the New Jersey Devils. The past five seasons could all fall under the ‘forget’ category but last year stands out the most. The Devils finished last in the Eastern Conference with 70 points and third to last in the NHL in goals scored with 183. After years of circling
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Last season was one to forget for the New Jersey Devils. The past five seasons could all fall under the ‘forget’ category but last year stands out the most. The Devils finished last in the Eastern Conference with 70 points and third to last in the NHL in goals scored with 183. After years of circling
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Luck continues to follow the New Jersey Devils this year. After winning the first pick through the NHL draft lottery, they now welcome Hobey Baker award winner Will Butcher to their roster. Obviously, this was not all pure luck. Ray Shero and his team clearly had a great pitch geared towards the University of Denver
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This article was originally written in February, 2016. When one thinks of ways to describe Martin Brodeur, many words come to mind. Stanley Cup champion. Gold medal winner. Vezina Trophy winner. Workhorse. Consistent. Clutch. Class. You don’t have to take my word for it, you could ask some of Marty’s teammates: and that’s just what I
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His name may confuse some with former blueliner Colin White, but if New Jersey Devils defense prospect Colton White ends up with a career like Colin (a member of two Stanley Cup winners: 2000, 2003; 743 games with the team plus 111 playoff games in red and black) that’d be pretty okay for a franchise
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With an immediate need for help on defense the New Jersey Devils selected Reilly Walsh with their second 3rd round pick (81st overall) at the 2017 NHL Draft. The 5’11” Walsh averaged over two points per game (69 points in 30 games) at Proctor Academy during 2016-17 and is committed to attend Harvard University this
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New Jersey Devils fans are familiar with college players testing free agency. Harvard University forward, and Devils draft pick, Alexander Kerfoot seems destined to do it on August 15th as, unfortunately, it doesn’t seem that Kerfoot wants to play for New Jersey. But there is another college player they could take a run at, the
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Throughout August, The Hockey Writers will be releasing a series of bold predictions. Team by team, this series will take shape as we look at some of the more questionable possibilities that could come into fruition during the 2017-18 season. Up next in this season’s offseason predictions are the New Jersey Devils and their newest
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If it not for the Shea Weber/P.K. Subban deal, the Taylor Hall/Adam Larsson trade would have been the talk of the 2016 offseason, for good reason. Offensive players of Hall’s caliber are not traded too often — first overall-picks being traded is even rarer. Oddly enough, when this move was first being discussed there were
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It was a chance to make a good impression and that’s exactly what Bobo Carpenter did in attending the New Jersey Devils Development Camp as an invitee. Carpenter went undrafted, twice, but that hasn’t deterred him from trying to force his way into an NHL franchise just yet. “I got a call from Mr. Fitzgerald
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It has been five seasons since the New Jersey Devils qualified for the NHL playoffs but it has felt much longer than that. The reason is partly because that Stanley Cup appearance in 2012 was the Devils’ lone meaningful playoff run in the past 14 years, since their 2003 Stanley Cup victory. Between then and