Introduction Pierre LeBrun tweeted yesterday that the New Jersey Devils have narrowed down the team’s head coaching search to four finalists. This after interviewing eight to ten different candidates. He also noted that the process is on hold until a later time. Taking what LeBrun explained and using other information that came out about the
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Introduction After being deprived of sports for now about a month, we thought it would be fun to hold a mailbag type Q&A among our followers. After solid engagement over a few days, I have picked some of the questions and answered them. Given not much else is going on, I have separated this Q&A
Introduction Although sports have been lacking in our lives for weeks now, we cannot forget the New Jersey Devils have huge question marks surrounding their organization. One of these is who will be the Devils’ head coach next season. After firing head coach John Hynes on Dec. 3, Alain Nasreddine took over. Given he was
After a long layoff, the New Jersey Devils were back in action Monday night. We went over a week without Devils’ hockey. However, this meant we didn’t have to watch the Devils lose for over a week. New Jersey barely got the win in what was – for the most part – an enjoyable game.
The Pickleman Blake Coleman comes home to Texas, as the New Jersey Devils take on the Dallas Stars. The Devils are still winless since Alain Nasreddine took over for John Hynes. Meanwhile, when the Stars take the ice, they’ll have a new coach of their own. Just a few short hours before puck drop, the
You don’t need to perform any hardcore, numbers-based analysis to successfuly deduce that this 2019-2020 Devils team is woefully underwhelming. You don’t need to deep dive into analyst commentary or Twitter threads to identify the specific maladies that have plagued this team since the start of the season, which include but aren’t limited to: rickety goaltending, profound