The 2019 NHL playoffs begin wednesday, and the Columbus Blue Jackets are the team of destiny. I want to be very clear, I didn’t pick the Blue Jackets in the DAB Bracket Challenge group (which you should join if you haven’t yet). https://bracketchallenge.nhl.com/leagues/devils-army-blog I’m not crazy, I know the Blue Jackets play the Tampa Bay
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The New Jersey Devils return to action tonight as they host the Columbus Blue Jackets. New Jersey is dealing with a plague of injuries, as it seems someone else gets injured every game. They are down to Travis Zajac, Jesper Bratt, Blake Coleman and Drew Stafford for everyday starters that have been here all season.
Matchup Overview The New Jersey Devils look to even things up against the Columbus Blue Jackets on home ice this afternoon. This will be the first of four games in which the Devils will be wearing their Heritage jerseys. This time the tables have turned a bit, as Columbus will be playing this one on
If you’re a Devils fans, I guarantee you’ve heard one phrase often during the last offseason: “Taylor Hall and Nico Hischier need to be paid.” This statement was used by many to rationalize general manager Ray Shero’s decision of not spending significant cash over the offseason. Many may agree with this rationale and many may
You don’t have to go very far back to know this writer was one of many Devils fans who coveted former Islanders’ center John Tavares. As we all know, the former first overall pick signed a seven-year, $77 million contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs. While I have my reservations on how much signing Tavares
Game Overview The New Jersey Devils have been on fire, winning their past four games and catching up to the Flyers in the Metropolitan standings. Nico Hischier was the best player in the league last week, and all is well in Devils land. Even Eddie Lack decided to just become a great goalie out of
Make sure to LIKE us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @DevilsArmyBlog Game Summary After suffering their first shutout loss of the season against the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday, the New Jersey Devils knew it was going to be difficult to bounce back against their upcoming competition. Entering what former head coach Pete