Author Archives: George McMahon

What to Watch Part 2: Waiting for NHL’s August 1st Return

Yesterday, the NHL came out with specific dates to carry on with their return-to-play plan, announcing that official training camps will begin July 13th, and the qualifying tournament will commence Aug. 1.  In that light, I decided it was appropriate to release the second and final “What to Watch ‘Till Hockey’s Back” guide.  American Soccer

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What Devils Can Learn From Avalanche in Building Their Roster

The team with the most wide-open window to win a Stanley Cup, by the account of any reasonable NHL onlooker, is the Colorado Avalanche. If your favorite team is in the Central Division, you know this, because the influx of defensive talent on the Avalanche’s roster is seemingly constant.  Colorado’s Defensemen Through the draft came

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Say It Ain’t Sevo: Devils Fall to Leafs in Overtime

Devils’ Struggling Defense If you weren’t watching the game last night, this is the moment when Damon Severson realized he had put the puck in his own net. William Nylander was off for a leisurely stroll across the Devils’ crease, to no objection of Mirco Mueller, and lost the puck for Severson to bat it

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The Current State of the Devils

Devils’ Record Sports fans generally realize that a team cannot be judged by their record only, but if you’ve been paying attention to the New Jersey Devils, you know that they have issues. It’s not happenstance that New Jersey sits at the bottom of the Metropolitan Division at 8-11-4 — which, for players, coaches, and

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Preview: Devils in Pittsburgh to Take on the Wounded Penguins

Matchup Preview Tonight, the New Jersey Devils are in Pittsburgh to play a hurting Penguins’ team. These Penguins are returning home after losing in overtime to the red-hot New York Islanders last night 4-3. They are currently fourth in the Metropolitan Division with an 11-7-4 record. To say the least, this is a big game

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