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New Jersey Devils’ 2020 NHL Free Agency Preview

Introduction We are quickly moving through the 2020 NHL offseason. Just two days after the NHL Draft ended, NHL free agency is slated to begin. This year there will not be any “handshake” agreements in place before the actual signing period. Once noon on Friday, October 9th rolls around, the league signing period is open. At

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What Does the Future Hold for Cory Schneider?

Introduction The New Jersey Devils announced Monday morning that they called-up recently acquired goaltender Louis Domingue. In a corresponding move, the team then announced that they put veteran goaltender Cory Schneider on waivers with the intention of sending him to Binghamton (AHL). That was not the final move for the Devils, as they reassigned goaltender

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RECAP: Schneider Leads the Devils in Shutout Victory Over the Blue Jackets

Game Summary The New Jersey Devils defeated the Columbus Blue Jackets 2-0 last night. With this victory, they finished the preseason with a 5-2-0 record. The only thing that is left for the Devils to do before their Oct. 4 opener is to cut two more players. The finalized roster needs to be submitted by midnight

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RECAP: Devils Shutout in Final Game of Western Road Trip

Game Summary The New Jersey Devils were shutout for the fifth time this season thanks to a 3-0 loss in Colorado. The Devils will now return home after posting a 2-4-0 record on a six-game road trip.  The first period doomed the Devils. Tyson Barrie tallied both of the Avalanche’s goals each from peculiar plays.  The

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Devils Dominate Senators Behind Schneider’s Shutout

On Thursday night, the Ottawa Senators invaded the Prudential Center in a game that nobody was excited by. Just when you thought the New Jersey Devils were bad, there’s always the Senators, who are worse and have pretty much been the gold standard of how not to run a hockey team in the NHL. Imagine

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RECAP: Costly 30 Seconds Enough To Down Devils In Carolina

Game Summary The New Jersey Devils weren’t able to mount a two-goal comeback, which resulted in their first regulation loss in three game With the loss, the Devils now hold a 8-9-2 record. The first period was the Devils’ kryptonite. The Carolina Hurricanes struck twice in the first thirty seconds of the game. Justin Williams

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