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Three Mistakes the Devils Must Avoid This Offseason

Author’s TWITTER   With the playoffs winding down, speculation is under way on what Ray Shero will do with his abundance of cap space, draft picks, and the upcoming expansion draft. In what could be the most eventful offseason in Newark since 2010, the current position New Jersey is in has to be a career-first for

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DAB Pregame: Devils Bring 3-Game Losing Skid into Make-Up Game Vs. Jets

    Match Overview Tonight’s game is the make-up for the March 14th game which was snowed out. The matchup will feature your New Jersey Devils who hold a 27-35-13 record, which is good for twenty-eighth in the league and the Winnipeg Jets who currently have a 34-35-7 record, and are fifth in the Central Division. Tonight’s

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Why Devante Smith-Pelly Fits in New Jersey’s Future Plans

Author’s TWITTER The New Jersey Devils have at least one or two scapegoat players every year for the fans to take out their frustrations on. Last year it was pretty much anyone on the third or fourth line. This year players like Jon Merrill, Mike Cammalleri, and Devante Smith-Pelly have been subjected to the most scrutiny.

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Recap: Devils Rally for Third Consecutive Win

Game Summary The New Jersey Devils became the first team to defeat the Minnesota Wild in regulation last night since the Columbus Blue Jackets halted their 12-game winning streak on New Year’s Eve. It was also the first time New Jersey scored more than three goals in a game since December 22nd (4-0 shutout over

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Recap: Devils Make it Five

Game Summary For the first time since 2013, the New Jersey Devils have won five games in a row after defeating the Dallas Stars 2-1 in overtime last night. This put the Devils at 9-3-3 15 games into the season, and 7-1-2 in their last ten games. The win is also significant because it came

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Weekend Recap: Devils End Home Stand on High Note

The New Jersey Devils come out of this weekend without suffering a regulation loss during their four-game home stand, in which they went 3-0-1. New Jersey played some formidable opponents in the Minnesota Wild, Arizona Coyotes, Chicago Blackhawks, Tampa Bay Lightning, and managed to outscore them 12-8. This weekend, the Devils went 1-0-1 in back-to-back

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DAB Pregame: Trekking Through Panther Territory

Remember to LIKE us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @DevilsArmyBlog for like game updates.   Matchup Overview The preseason offered us Devils fans a small sampling of what to expect in the coming regular season and after six long months of waiting, anticipating, and speculating, the New Jersey Devils officially begin their 2016-2017

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Devils Free Agency Report (Part Two): Returning Players and Low Profile Signings

Click HERE to see Part One of our New Jersey Devils Free Agency Report.   Returning Players Devante Smith-Pelly…The play of Devante Smith-Pelly was one of the few things that made the offseason worth watching. Ray Shero acquired DSP at the trade deadline from the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for forward Stefan Matteau. It turned out

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The Cammalleri Effect: Devils Need a Plan B

Author’s Twitter: @_MikeLuci_ Throughout his career, left wing Mike Cammalleri was always a perennial scoring asset for every team he’s played for. While he’s posted formidable numbers, injuries have plagued the 34-year old forward’s 13-year career. Cammalleri never played a full 82-game schedule, but did fall short by one or two contests in three of

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Why the Devils Couldn’t Beat Columbus

The New Jersey Devils have played the five worst teams in the NHL a total of 13 times as of March 24. Out of those squads – Columbus, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Edmonton, and Toronto – the Devils won a mere five times, and attained only 12 out of 26 possible points. Their struggles against the league’s

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