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Restricted: Sergey Kalinin

2015-2016 Summary The big Russian forward was one of two notable overseas signings by general manager Ray Shero last summer. After spending five years playing with Omsk Avangard, in the KHL, Kalinin made a solid transition to the North American playing style in his first NHL season. The 25-year old tallied eight goals and 15

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DAB Q&A With Dan Rice

One of the most prominent names in the New Jersey Devils blogosphere is the Hockey Writer’s Dan Rice. A credentialed journalist, Dan has spent years providing high-quality coverage, articles, and insight on the Devils and other NHL-related happenings. He’s developed a large social media following and has become one of the most relied-upon sources for

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Speculation: Goligoski a Devil?

Editor’s Note: The following article is based on pure speculation and the opinions of the author. The following content does not reflect the opinions of the entire Devils Army Blog staff.   I’ve never been a big fan of free agent or trade speculation but with the New Jersey Devils having the second-most cap space

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Unrestricted: Tyler Kennedy

2015-2016 Summary Everyone thought Tyler Kennedy’s stint with the New Jersey Devils ended before it could even begin. After being invited to training camp as a tryout, Kennedy would leave partly through the preseason due to personal matters. He would reenter the scene in Late-November on a professional tryout contract, and would sign an official

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Unrestricted: Patrik Elias

2015-2016 Summary It’s been nothing short of an uphill battle for Patrik Elias to stay healthy over the past few years. His last full season was technically the lockout-shortened 2012-2013 campaign, in which he tallied 14 goals and 36 points in all 48 contests. Since then, Elias has missed 96 games over three seasons due

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Unrestricted: Bobby Farnham

2015-2016 Summary It was a season of firsts for the dynamic Bobby Farnham, popularly known by fans as “Wild Thing”. He played a career-high 53 games this season, 50 with New Jersey after general manager Ray Shero claimed him off waivers from his old stomping grounds in Pittsburgh. Farnham instantly won over the Devil’s faithful

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Unrestricted: Jordin Tootoo

2015-2016 Summary Entering his second season with the New Jersey Devils, hopes were high that right wing Jordin Tootoo would have a strong follow up year to his tremendous second-half in 2014-2015. He earned a second contract with the Devils after making the team as a tryout last year, where he registered ten goals (one

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Three Reasons: Why the Devils Missed the Playoffs

Now that the dust has settled, yet another long offseason has begun in Newark. Like I’ve mentioned in some of my previous articles, there’s plenty of blame to go around for missing the playoffs. Circumstances like all the one-goal losses, injuries to key players, and glaring lack of forward depth all played their parts, but

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Time to Send Blandisi Down

While he hasn’t registered a point in eight games, Devils fans should be pleasantly surprised by the play of rookie forward Joseph Blandisi in his first NHL season. After tallying five goals and 14 points in his first 19 games since his second call-up, his production dropped considerably. He has no goals and three assists

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DAB Pregame: Will Lightning Strike Twice?

Remember to LIKE us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @DevilsArmyBlog for rapid New Jersey Devils game and news updates   Matchup Overview The New Jersey Devils play their final road game of the season tonight as they prepare to face the Tampa Bay Lightning in the first of two upcoming matchups. Last time

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