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Game 43: New Jersey Devils at Philadelphia Flyers

New Jersey Devils vs Philadelphia Flyers

Game Time: 7:30 PM
Radio: 1130 AM

Thursday night, your New Jersey Devils (15-17-10) will look to finally snap a 10-game losing streak as they travel to Philly to take on the Flyers (19-21-3) for the fifth and final time this season. The Devils have gone 0-6-4 in their past ten, virtually knocking them out of the 2013 playoff race. The Flyers, on the other hand, have gone 6-4-0 in their past 10, moving one point ahead of the Devils in the standings as they try to piece together a season that got off to a rocky start for the Philadelphia team.

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Game 34: New Jersey Devils at Tampa Bay Lightning

New Jersey Devils vs Tampa Bay Lightning

Game Time: 7:30 PM
Radio: 660 WFAN AM, 101.9 FM


For the first and only time this season, the New Jersey Devils (15-11-7) will travel to Tampa Bay to face-off against the Lightning (14-18-1). The previous two meetings between the teams were split, with the Devils winning the first game 4-2, and the Lightning taking the second contest 5-2. The Devils will look to bounce back from a 3-2 shootout loss to the Ottawa Senators, while the Lightning will look to continue their strong play at home.

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Eastern Conference Finals Game 5 Preview: Devils Looking to Dominate at MSG Tonight

2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Eastern Conference Finals

Stanley Cup Playoffs: Round 3
New Jersey Devils at New York Rangers
8:00 P.M. ET
Radio: WFAN 660AM

Tonight is the night that one team will be one game closer to the Stanley Cup Finals. It’s the pivotal Game 5.  So far in the playoffs, the Devils and Rangers are 1-1 in Game 5’s.  Who will come out victorious tonight?

The Devils completely dominated the Rangers from start to finish in Game 4.  Scoring early on in the 1st period was Bryce Salvador, a defenseman, who has more points in the postseason than he did in the regular season. This is something that the Devils, especially the defense, need to keep doing. Shooting from the point, getting in the face of Henrik Lundqvist, not letting the Rangers block shots and scoring the first goal are some key’s to tonight’s game.

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ECF Game 4 Recap: The Captain steps up and MB30 sets another record

2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Eastern Conference Finals

Three stars of the game:

3rd star: Bryce Salvador (1 goal, 1 assist)

2nd star: Martin Brodeur (28 saves)

1st star: Zach Parise (2 goals, 1 assist)

It’s funny what a difference two days can make.  On Saturday afternoon, the Devils played a decent all-around game, but you need to outscore your opponent to win games (at least that’s the only known way to win as far as I know), and the Devils couldn’t beat Henrik Lundqvist on Saturday.  Two days and a few tweaks to the lineup later, the Devils tied the series once again with the Rangers in a strong, 4-1 victory at the Prudential Center in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals.

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ECF Game 2 Recap: Tip drill BeDevils Rangers

2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Eastern Conference Finals

(headline by @TheProgramBTR)

Three stars of the game:

3rd star: Bryce Salvador (2 assists, 23:37 ice time)

2nd star: Chris Kreider (Rangers – 1 goal)

1st star: David Clarkson (Game-winning goal, 3 shots)

“Every goal he scores is a game winner.  I hope he can get 7 more.”  Those were the words of Ilya Kovalchuk in his postgame interview at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday night.  He was referring to David Clarkson’s third period goal that held up as the game-winning goal that tied the Eastern Conference Finals at one game apiece after dropping Game 1 on Monday night.  The Devils got the job done, winning 3-2, and will make the short trip across the Hudson River before Saturday’s Game 3 against the Rangers.

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2012 Regular Season Fan Awards: Vote for your favorite New Jersey Devils!

It’s Stanley Cup Playoff time! While we are all excited for the playoffs, let’s take a look back at the season and hand out some fan-voted Player Awards. At the Devils Team Awards ceremony the team voted Zach Parise as their MVP, Johan Hedberg was named the Player’s Player and shared the Unsung Hero award with Bryce Salvador. What we want to know is what you think! We picked a few players and want you to cast your vote for each of the categories below.

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