Category Archives: NHL: NJ Devils

Back to the Future: Where could Martin Brodeur could end up in New Jersey?

Follow me on Twitter: @MiikeLuci You can’t start an article like this without paying tribute to everything Martin Brodeur has done as a New Jersey Devil. Thursday, January 29 in St. Louis, the famed goaltender announced his retirement from what was supposed to be his encore season, in which he was supposed to reach one

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Paul Thompson: Could he get the call?

Twitter: @MiikeLuci The onslaught of injuries that plagued the Devil’s this season have led to several AHL call ups. Among the players we’ve seen are former regulars who didn’t make the cut at the start of the season like Steve Bernier and Peter Harrold, highly touted players and prospects like Reid Boucher, Joe Whitney, and

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Jagr Trade: A Buyer’s Plan B

Twitter: @MiikeLuci Among New Jersey’s prospective trade candidates as the deadline swiftly approaches, Jaromir Jagr stands out as their most worthwhile asset. He tops a list of movable players with expiring contracts that includes forwards Michael Ryder, Martin Havlat, Scott Gomez, Steve Bernier, and defenseman Marek Zidlicky (I suppose you could include Bryce Salvador in

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Devils Veterans: Negatively Leading By Example

Twitter: @MiikeLuci The Devils currently have seven players on their roster that are 34 or older – Jaromir Jagr (42), Patrik Elias (38), Bryce Salvador (38), Marek Zidlicky (37), Dainius Zubrus (36), Scott Gomez (35), and Michael Ryder (34) – the most of any team in the league. It’s no secret that New Jersey is the league’s oldest team,

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There’s reason to be optimistic after the Devils 8-3 loss to the Penguins

The Devils are coming off of an embarrassing yet “humbling” 8-3 blowout defeat at the hands of the Pittsburgh Penguins. Devils fans took to social media to voice their frustrations after the Devils let a 3-1 lead slip away midway through the second period, and allowed the Penguins to score 7 unanswered goals. This was

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