Today the New Jersey Devils traded for Nikita Gusev, the best Russian hockey player to come to the tri-state area this summer (Seriously, who else could it be?). The Deal Since Las Vegas couldn’t afford his contract, New Jersey only had to give up a 2020 third-round pick, and a 2021 second-round pick to acquire
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The New Jersey Devils have some work to do this off-season when it comes to reaching the next competitive level. For another installment in the Trade Series, we will be looking at players from the Chicago Blackhawks who the Devils should target through a trade. In my last article as a part of our Trade Series here at the DAB, I discussed some important factors the Devils will have to be considering before making any trade(s) so if you want a refresher or missed it last time, check it out here. When it comes to making a deal with the Blackhawks, it is important to remember that they are also a team similar to the Devils who already have a good amount of talent on their roster and maybe do not have as many holes to fill to get back to their dominance in the Western Conference.
The New Jersey Devils will be playing host to the Boston Bruins tonight in a game that may not matter much for the Devils and more than likely still has an impact on Boston’s seeding for the playoffs. The Bruins are one of the strongest teams in the league, and David Pastrnak is back from
Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey Preview The New Jersey Devils are coming off of a 3-0 loss to the Washington Capitals last night and will look to beat down the New York Rangers in the next chapter of the rivalry. While injuries have been plaguing the Devils for a while and a lot of players from the
Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey Recap So for anyone who has read my recaps before, you probably have noticed that there is a common set up of recapping specific events in the game, followed by three takeaways from the game. After that, there’s the final score and stats, and then a video showing highlights. Today, that format
Game Summary The New Jersey Devils returned from the All-Star break in great fashion, as they continued their season dominance of the Pittsburgh Penguins with a 6-3 victory. They are now 3-0 against their rivals and have outscored them 15-6. Basically, if the Devils only played the Penguins this season, they would be a playoff
Overview The New Jersey Devils are back in action this afternoon against one of their biggest rivals, the Philadelphia Flyers. To put it lightly, both teams are in the middle of very disappointing seasons at the moment. This is the third time these two teams meet this season, the first one at the Prudential Center.
Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey DAB Social This Article was written and includes the opinions of the writer. They do not represent the Devils Army Blog’s point of view as a whole. The NHL Winter Classic is one of the greatest traditions the NHL has made. Every year, hockey fans are all eager to see
Recap The New Jersey Devils came into last night’s game looking to break out of a long rough stretch of this season where at times, it may have been painful to watch. They started their west coast road trip against the Los Angeles Kings and looked to begin the three-game road trip with a win.
Matchup Overview Coming off a 5-2 victory over the Montreal Canadiens, the New Jersey Devils enter this afternoon’s game having gone 2-1-1 in their last four contests, after winning just one of their first six games this November. New Jersey previously faced the Islanders earlier this month, which results in a 3-0 loss—their only shutout