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Recap: Well-Rested Devils Unable To Capitalize Against The Wild

Game Summary The New Jersey Devils were unable to tally their second home win in a row, as they were defeated by the Minnesota Wild last night 3-2. Their well-rested legs were not able to capitalize on a tired Minnesota team who were coming off an overtime game just the previous night. The first period

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Preview: Devils Take On Red Wings at The Rock

Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey Preview The Devils are coming into today’s game against the Detroit Red Wings on the second half of a back-to-back. The Devils lost to the Pittsburgh Penguins last night 4-1 and will look to put forth a better performance at The Rock tonight. They’ll take on a Detroit Red Wings squad that

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DAB Pregame: Trying To Get Back On Track

Matchup Overview Coming off of a poor effort in Detroit, New Jersey will look to right the ship against the New York Islanders. After a strong start, the Devils have fallen into a rut and now sit at a 5-4-1 record, which puts them near the bottom of the Metropolitan Division. The Islanders, however, sit

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Preseason Pregame: Devils vs. Islanders

Despite impressive showings from some of the young guns, the Devils lost both their opening preseason games. Like MLB spring training and NFL training camp, the preseason only matters for guys returning from injury and players battling for the last few roster spots. For the Devils, a couple key players had impressive showings and raised

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Devils Top-Five North American Prospects

Follow me on Twitter Prospect pools move in cycles. Teams begin with drab unimpressive youth crops, but can have a great NHL team. Then the squad begins to grow old, slip in the standings, and get high draft picks as a result, as high-end prospects begin to come flowing back into the fold. Once the

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Devils 2018 Development Camp Recap: The Standouts

The Devils’ rise can pretty much be traced through their development camps. Four years ago, New Jersey had one single impressive prospect at camp—John Quenneville. The Devils then started to turn things around, adding the likes of Pavel Zacha and Blake Speers in 2015. The team improved as we saw the additions of Nico Hischier,

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New Jersey Devils 2015 Draft Review: Part Two

Day 2 in the Sunshine State. The Devils were at it early, dealing their first selection of the day. Besides that though, the Devils used the rest of their picks to draft prospects. It was a day that utilized to address the lack of forwards in the system while also strengthening the goaltending and defensive

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