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New Jersey’s Five Greatest Playoff Adversaries

Author’s Twitter Since clinching their first berth in 1988, the New Jersey Devils have made the playoffs in 18 of the last 30 seasons. During that time, New Jersey has faced an array of different teams and some of the game’s all-time greats. Due to the time’s postseason formats and sheer circumstance, New Jersey’s perennial playoff

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Devils Take on Hurricanes in Carolina

The Devils once again have another imperative game against the team directly below them in the standings. They successfully took advantage of Scott Darling last Thursday and hopefully will find the same success tonight. Nico Hischier is playing his best hockey and Hall could very well become a Hart finalist. The Devils need to win

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DAB Pregame: Devils vs. Hurricanes

Tonight’s starting goaltenders (via Left Wing Lock)- Carolina- Cam Ward, New Jersey- Keith Kinkaid Tonight’s game is of vital importance as the New Jersey Devils battle the Carolina Hurricanes in a metropolitan division showdown. They own both wild card spots with the Devils ahead by one point so it is a must win game for

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DAB Pregame: Looking to Build Off a Strong Performance

Match Overview Coming off one of their strongest performances in recent weeks, the Devils travel down to Raleigh to take on the Carolina Hurricanes. The Devils started 2017 off with a 3-0 win against the Boston Bruins last night and outshot Boston 26-22. It was just the fifteenth time they’ve outshot their opponent this season

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Recap: Devils Overcome 2-1 Deficit to Defeat Carolina in a Shootout

Recap On the back end of a home-and-home, the Devils fought back from a 2-1 third period deficit to defeat the Carolina Hurricanes in a shootout to move to 6-3-3 on the year. The Devils came out firing in the first period. They took a 1-0 lead to the first intermission and out shot Carolina

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Devils Pregame: Round 2 v.s Carolina

Matchup Overview: The New Jersey Cammalleri’s won big last game 4-1 over tonight’s opponent the Carolina Hurricanes. Cammalleri broke out of his scoring funk and netted his first 3 goals of the season in his first (hopefully not last) hat trick of the season. Keith Kinkaid also was able to get his first win of

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Scoring Forecast: Have the Devils Already Reached Their Ceiling?

Author’s TWITTER   The New Jersey Devils hit the ten-game mark over the weekend, sporting a 4-3-3 record before defeating the Carolina Hurricanes on Sunday. The Devils scored 23 goals (2.30 goals per game) ten games into the season, and were the fifth-lowest scoring team in the league. This isn’t an unfamiliar position for the

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How Ray Shero Stifled the Defenseman Market

Author’s TWITTER   There never seems to be a shortage of trade speculation in the hockey world. Since the draft, seven different trade deals have been completed throughout the league that saw players of all positions, prospects, and draft picks involved. Among the seven trades that transpired over the past three months, one of the

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2016 Draft Outlook Part 4: Trades

Since the draft lottery last Saturday, the rumor mill has been spinning wildly. Questions on whether Edmonton keeps the fourth overall pick, or if Arizona attempts to bring in the hometown star (and top draft prospect) Auston Matthews, at the expense of mortgaging the bulk of their future, filled the blogosphere. The New Jersey Devils

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