Author Archives: Chris Mott

Taylor Hall’s Rating in NHL 19 by EA Sports

  Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey The NHL season is almost here, with training camps a week away. That means this year’s version of the NHL video game franchise by Electronic Arts Sports will be releasing soon. As a part of the marketing campaign for NHL 19, EA Sports has gradually released the top 50 players in the

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The 2003 New Jersey Devils 15th Anniversary

Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey   This past June was the 15th anniversary of the New Jersey Devils 2003 Stanley Cup Championship. This article will be a break from the present Devils and will look back at the dynasty and history of the organization. As well as why they will have a high standard for expectations from it’s

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Was Sergei Brylin Snubbed For Head Coach Of Binghamton

Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey The New Jersey Devils decided to promote from within and hired Rick Kowalsky for one of their assistant coaches. This left a void at the Head Coach position for the Binghamton Devils, which has been filled by Mark Dennehy. When the position was available, a potential candidate frequently brought up was Sergei Brylin,

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Devils Twitter Accounts All Fans Should Be Following

My Twitter : @ChrisMottHockey The Dog Days of Summer are in full swing. Hockey cannot come back soon enough! Just because it’s the off-season though, does not mean there are no developments to follow or discuss. The best place for instant information, is the realm of twitter. In this article, we’ll take a look at

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Rick Kowalsky coaching the Binghamton Devils

Devils Coaching Hires Big Steps Forward For Themselves And League

Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey Yesterday, The New Jersey Devils announced the appointments of Rick Kowalsky and Mike Grier as assistant coaches for the upcoming 2018-2019 season. Both will be taking over vacant spots caused by the departures of Geoff Ward, who is now an assistant coach with the Calgary Flames, and Ryan Clowe, who was hired as

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Three Takeaways From Ray Shero’s Interview

Development Camp for the New Jersey Devils has concluded, after which Ray Shero was interviewed by members of the media and gave some pretty interesting insight into the Devils offseason. Below are three main takeaways from that interview about what exactly Shero has been up to and the plans he is willing to share right

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Should Scott Niedermayer’s Number Be Retired In Anaheim?

The Anaheim Ducks have recently announced two numbers the organization will retire this coming season. The most deserving out of the two is Paul Kariya’s No. 9, who spent the first nine seasons of his career, and had his best years in Anaheim. The second number, is someone Devils fans should be familiar with—defenseman Scott

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Blake Coleman, Stefan Noesen File For Salary Arbitration

Near the end of June, the New Jersey Devils extended qualifying offers to a handful eligible players. Two in particular were forwards Blake Coleman and Stefan Noesen, both of whom elected to file for salary arbitration before yesterday’s 5pm deadline for player. The two forwards will be preparing for arbitration hearings for their contract length

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Hockey Hall Of Fame Class Of 2018: Top Candidates And Predictions

Editor’s Note: The following piece is solely based on the opinions of the author, and does not reflect the views on this particular topic of the entire Devils Army Blog staff.   Today, the Hockey Hall of Fame Selection Committee will announce their choices for the class of 2018. There are many players that will be

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