Match Overview The Devils are coming off a disappointing 6-4 defeat at the hands of division foe-New York Islanders. Right when New Jersey found themselves in a prime position to make a run to the play-offs they now find themselves 6-points back from the final wild-card spot in the East. If they want
Author Archives: James Villani
Match Overview After defeating these same Islanders yesterday, the Devils will hope to start the season against their division foes 2-0-0. After securing the win yesterday the Devil’s recent success continues. In their last 15-games the Devils hold a 9-5-1 record, and during this streak they have been improving on their special teams. The
Match Overview After a 4-1 defeat at the hand of the San Jose Sharks on Sunday the Devils will hope to turn it around and remain in the play-off hunt tonight, at The Rock, against Colorado. This will be the first of three match-ups this year between the two teams and it’ll showcase
What are the Advantages of Home-Ice? Playing at home in the NHL is a blessing. You don’t have to travel, on occasion you’ll get the benefit of the doubt in regards to the officiating, and most importantly, you’ll be playing in front of thousands ecstatic hockey fans yelling their heads off for you.
Be sure to check out the first part of this article titled: NHL Mid-Season Report and Awards I will be using current conference standings, statistics, and other advanced metrics to predict the rest of the NHL season. Down below will be my final standings, playoff matchups, and results. Eastern Conference (overall conference standings)
Mid-Season Report: The NHL season has officially entered the part of the schedule where there is a mandatory four-day break period for the impending all-star festivities. Each team will be sending at least one of their most talented player to Los Angeles, there they will compete in numerous skill competitions (Saturday on NBCSN at
Who is Stefan Noesen? Stefan Noesen is a 6’2”, 205 pound 23-year old American-born right winger. He was drafted in the first-round of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, 21st overall by the Ottawa Senators. He played his junior-hockey career with the Plymouth Whalers of the OHL from 2009-2013. Although Noesen was drafted by