New Jersey Devils

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The Devils got off to a torrid start this season posting a 22-9-5 record through their first 36 games and found themselves in a neck-and-neck race for first place with the Capitals. However, since Dec. 29th they are just 2-7-3 and lost four consecutive games headed into the All-Star break. So what’s been the reason
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Scott Stevens can be considered one of the last of a breed of NHLer that wreaked havoc on other players. During a time when checks were seemingly more vicious than in today’s game, Stevens threw his share of hits that rattled opposing players; some were injured, some were just angry, but there was never a
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Through their first 41 games, the New Jersey Devils haven’t experienced much adversity. They hold a top three spot in the Metropolitan Division and are on pace for a 104-point season. That would be their best standing since reaching the Stanley Cup Finals in 2011-12 when they hit 102. Nonetheless, they went through a bit
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Since Ray Shero took over as general manager, his plan was to restock the New Jersey Devils’ farm system with young, highly skilled players. They sent a league-high seven drafted prospects to this year’s World Junior Championships in Buffalo, NY. With a bevy of promising talent already in New Jersey, there’s more on the way,
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After spending more than half of last season (43 games) with the New Jersey Devils you couldn’t blame Nick Lappin if he was supremely disappointed when he was one of the final roster cuts before the NHL season started and began the 2017-18 season in the AHL with the Binghamton Devils. Instead of going to
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The New Jersey Devils are 11-4-2 to start the season and are currently atop the Metropolitan Divison. No one, not even myself, predicted the Devils would start the season this well. What is more impressive, is this has all been accomplished with some key personnel missing extended time. Travis Zajac, the team’s first line center,
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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