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DAB Post-Game: Devils Soar Over Hawks 4-2

Friday night in Newark, the New Jersey Devils (7-5-1) proved that they could play with the big boys after downing the defending Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks (7-6-1) by a final score of 4-2. The Devils jumped out to a three goal lead in the first period, including two goals that came just 26 seconds

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Devils Season Overview Games 1-10: Part One

At the ten-game mark, the New Jersey Devils are off to a much better start than we all thought. Despite being in the infancy of the 2015-2016 season, they’re above .500 and are currently vying for a playoff spot, which are encouraging signs for a team that was widely believed to be one of the

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DAB Pre-Game: Peter DeBoer’s Homecoming at the Rock

The New Jersey Devils will drop the puck against the San Jose Sharks at 7:00 PM tonight at Prudential Center as they conclude their three-game homestand against Western Conference teams. Former New Jersey Devils head coach Peter DeBoer, who was relieved of his coaching duties on December 26th, 2014 in favor of Adam Oates and

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10/13/15 Devils vs Predators Preview

Match Overview The Devils return to The Rock to take on the Nashville Predators in search of their first win of the season. The Predators have been stingy on defense through the first two games having given up only 1 goal. Keith Kinkaid will get his 2nd straight start, as Cory Schneider and his wife

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Devils Season Preview Part Three: Defense & Goaltending

ICYMI: Here are Part One and Part Two of our Devils season preview series.   You typically build a team from the goalie out. This has been a staple of Devils hockey, which has brought them a lot of success over the years. Two of Lou Lamoriello’s most overlooked achievements in the twilight of his

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Examining Damon Severson’s Rookie Season

(Editor’s Note: advanced stats were obtained from Puckalytics) There’s no doubt that one of the few bright spots for the Devils last season was rookie defenseman, Damon Severson. He burst onto the scene after an impressive training camp and preseason. He was one of the top rookie defensemen in the NHL before missing significant time

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Writers Roundtable: Lamoriello’s Lasting Legacy

As the dog days of the NHL offseason draw near, it becomes increasingly difficult to consistently find fresh hockey-related topics (let alone anything on the Devils) to discuss on a routine basis. The writers here at Devils Army Blog have gotten together for the first of what will become a weekly panel (similar to the

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Five Teams the Devils Could Trade a Defenseman to

Editor’s Note: The following piece is purely based on speculation and solely reflects the opinions of writer Mike Luci. The following article does not represent the opinions of Devils Army Blog, its admins, or the rest of its writers. Although general manager Ray Shero’s mold of a “fast, attacking, supportive” team is slowly coming to

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Is Malkin Growing Weary of His Situation in Pittsburgh?

According to a report from Elliotte Friedman, Evgeni Malkin may be unhappy with his situation in Pittsburgh. Friedman cited sources from around the league that Malkin would be open to a trade. If this were to be the case, the Russian superstar would be one of the most coveted players on the market this offseason.

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The Lost Season: Why it was Worth Watching

You can follow me on Twitter @MiikeLuci At first glance, it’s hard to find many positives in the Devils  season. It’s a glass half-full/half-empty scenario, and when you dive further into the turbulent course the Devils season took, you may find two things: They gave their fans plenty of reasons to follow the team throughout this

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