Matchup Overview Coming off a tough Overtime loss yesterday afternoon, the New Jersey Devils will aim to rebound on the road against a solid Carolina Hurricanes team. Although the Devils did play better on the road against the Flyers, they are still looking to be more consistent and better in their own end while on
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Matchup Overview Today’s game will feature your New Jersey Devils, who currently own an 8-8-1 record, which puts them seventh in the Metropolitan Division, and the Detroit Red Wings, who own a 8-9-2 record which puts them seventh in the Atlantic Division. The New Jersey Devils are 6-1-1 at home this season. They’ll look to
The William Nylander contract saga is one of the oddest storylines of the 2018-2019 NHL season. Holdouts aren’t too common in hockey, and more commonly occur in pro-sports leagues like the NFL. The last notable holdout in the NHL was a young Jonathan Drouin back during his days with the Tampa Bay Lightning. Nylander’s situation
Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey Preview The Devils are coming off their victory against the Pittsburgh Penguins, hoping to keep the momentum moving forward. After closing out the game at home and not giving up any goals late in the contest, the Devils have started to take steps forward, but this must continue in order to climb
The NHL has its fair share of problems, but one of its biggest is consistency with goaltender interference rulings. This was on full display last night in the New Jersey Devils 4-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins when Jake Guentzel’s tied the game at 4:04 of the third period. As the video below shows, Sidney Crosby (how fitting) skated the puck in, and fired a shot prior to losing his edge and bulldozing goaltender Keith Kinkaid. Guentzel buries the rebound, while Kinkaid is recoiling from his physical contact with Crosby. Despite a coach’s challenge by New Jersey, the on-ice call stood.
Author’s Twitter Last night, the New Jersey Devils defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-2 at the Prudential Center, effectively halting their three-game losing streak. Normally, a team and its fans would be elated with such a win, but this was different. When Taylor Hall was named the game’s first star after a four-point performance, he didn’t
Overview The New Jersey Devils return home from their first road trip of the season. I wish I could say the road trip was forgettable, rather it was embarrassing, unproductive and simply unbearable to watch at times. The only game worth watching was their 5-1 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins. While the Devils learned a
Devils fans on social media have been justifiable frustrated and angry with the team’s performance, deservedly so, and have been pointing the finger of blame at scapegoats ranging from Coach John Hynes, to the defense, to the netminders, to the offense. Surely, injuries are partly to blame for the team’s sudden drop-off in play. But there is one single man who has not gotten much of the criticism that is deserved.
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.
Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey DAB Social: Recap Complete highlights from the game can be found at the end of this article. The New Jersey Devils came into the Hall of Fame Game against Toronto, after losing in embarrassing fashion to the Ottawa Senators, and the embarrassment continued. Even with the legend Martin Brodeur