Match Overview Tonight’s game will feature your New Jersey Devils – who currently own a 6-7-1 record, which puts them last in the Metropolitan Division – and the Winnipeg Jets, who own a 9-5-1 record, which puts them fourth in the Central Division. The New Jersey Devils are most likely ecstatic going into today’s game.
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Game Summary The New Jersey Devils were able to hold off the Florida Panthers and their late rally 3-2 Saturday afternoon. With the win, the Devils improve to 5-2-1 and sit near the top in the Metropolitan division. The first period was on to forget for the Devils. Their undisciplined play resulted in four first
Match Overview Tonight’s game will feature your New Jersey Devils, who currently own a 3-0-0 record in the Metropolitan Division, and the Dallas Stars, who own a 3-2-0 record, which puts them fourth in the Central Division. The New Jersey Devils are the only unbeaten team left in the NHL. After convincing wins over the
Match Overview Tonight’s game will feature your New Jersey Devils, who currently own a 2-0-0 record of the Metropolitan Division, and the San Jose Sharks, who own a 2-2-1 record which puts them fourth in the Pacific Division. The New Jersey Devils are coming off a thrashing of the defending Stanley Cup champions and
The Devils traveled to Bern, Switzerland in their first of a two-game NHL Global Series, where they took on SC Bern. We previewed the game with our projected lines, keys to the game and players to watch.
The wait is finally over. After holding out and missing a good part of training camp, Devils forward Miles Wood finally agreed to a new deal. The contract is good for four years, totaling $11 million ($2.75 million AAV). Many didn’t know what to expect from the holdout. After a report earlier in the week
Ever since Taylor Hall and Tyler Seguin were taken with the first two overall picks in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft, their careers have been compared side-by-side. This will be apparent now more than ever, as the two enter the final years of their respective deals. Luckily for Seguin, he just signed an 8-year extension
As we approach August, the New Jersey Devils’ defensive core looks eerily similar to how it did when last season ended. Their blue line corps that struggled mightily for lengthy stretches last year has only seen a subtraction of John Moore and addition of 30-year old defender in Eric Gryba. With the season rapidly approaching,
Earlier in the week, I examined John Carlson as one possibility the Devils can explore in addressing their need on defense via free agency. With a shallow free agent pool, this leaves the Devils with very few top-four or top-six defensive options they can sign. However, another name that may interest the Devils’ front office
Writer’s Note: The content in this article is the sole opinion of its writer, and does not represent the opinions of the entire Devils Army Blog admin and writing staff. Authors Twitter: @jvillani08 A large theme of the New Jersey Devils 2017-18 season was their struggles on defense. That is why it wouldn’t come as a