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Expanding College Hockey: Which Schools Deserve Division I Programs

The Financials of College Hockey There’s significant evidence that hockey is growing in the United States. But, in order to get national recognition from all fifty states, it will require a movement at the collegiate level.  College hockey is already widely successful. Take this article from The Center Square that published data from the U.S.

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Should Josh Harris And Dave Blitzer Be More Like Steve Cohen?

Introduction If you’re a New York Mets fan, chances are the past few days have gotten you really excited. After years of suffering at the hands of the Wilpon family, the Mets were saved by a hero named Steve Cohen. After years of futility, there’s a glimmer of hope in Queens. Cohen definitely brings optimism

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Revisiting the 2019 New Jersey Devils’ Draft Class, Part Two

Introduction Today we are continuing a new series where we look into where our draft picks are and how they’re doing. Much like part one, we will continue to examine the draftees from the 2019 draft class. For part one, click here. Nikita Okhotyuk Overview Position: Defense Pick: Second round, 61st overall NHL Rights: New

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Revisiting the 2019 New Jersey Devils’ Draft Class, Part One

Introduction Today we are starting a new series where I examine the Devils’ past draft picks and how they are progressing. We will try to gauge these players’ futures and determine how they will impact the Devils’ down the road. The below article will contain five of the Devils’ 11 draft selections during the 2019

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Devils Army Blog Mid-Offseason NHL Power Rankings

Stanley Cup Favorites: 1. Colorado Avalanche Somehow Joe Sakic and the Colorado Avalanche got better this offseason. They added a solid middle-six forward in Brandon Saad and a vastly underrated top-four defenseman in Devon Toews. 2. Tampa Bay Lightning The Lightning still have work to do to manage the team’s cap situation and remaining unrestricted

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Top Remaining Unrestricted Free Agent The New Jersey Devils Should Target

Introduction After a few early moves, general manager Tom Fitzgerald has been eerily quiet. The market as a whole has settled down as well. However, despite this, there still remains quality unrestricted free agents on the market. Additionally, the Devils still have a few glaring holes the team must address. Projected Devils’ Depth Chart Forwards

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Ryan Murray: A Solid Defensive Defenseman When Healthy

Introduction After a quiet draft day in terms of trades, New Jersey Devils general manager Tom Fitzgerald made a splash late Thursday evening. The Devils announced they traded a 2021 fifth-round pick to the Columbus Blue Jackets in exchange for defenseman Ryan Murray. You can learn about the newest Devils’ defenseman below. Profile Ryan Murray

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New Jersey Devils’ 2020 NHL Free Agency Preview

Introduction We are quickly moving through the 2020 NHL offseason. Just two days after the NHL Draft ended, NHL free agency is slated to begin. This year there will not be any “handshake” agreements in place before the actual signing period. Once noon on Friday, October 9th rolls around, the league signing period is open. At

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