Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey DAB Social: Game Summary The New Jersey Devils experienced their first back-to-back of the season on the road, with games against the Pittsburgh Penguins and Ottawa Senators. The results of each game fell at opposite ends of the spectrum. The Devils were dominant in Pittsburgh as they limited the big guns
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Writer’s Note: The content in this article is the sole opinion of its writer, and does not represent the opinions of the entire Devils Army Blog admin and writing staff. Follow me on Twitter With the opening of the Devils’ training camp today, the beginning of a new season continues to close-in. When examining training camp
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
Match Overview The Devils come into this Friday evening matchup fresh off their first win after a 10-game losing skid. With the 6-2 win last night, the Devils improve to 26-31-12 on the season which moved them 3-points ahead of the Coyotes, who reside 29th in the NHL entering tonight. The Penguins on
Editor’s Note: The content in this article is the sole opinion of its writer, and does not represent the opinions of the entire Devils Army Blog admin and writing staff. Author’s TWITTER Why should John Hynes be fired? John Hynes was hired by general manager Ray Shero at the beginning of the 2015-16 season.
Who is Stefan Noesen? Stefan Noesen is a 6’2”, 205 pound 23-year old American-born right winger. He was drafted in the first-round of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, 21st overall by the Ottawa Senators. He played his junior-hockey career with the Plymouth Whalers of the OHL from 2009-2013. Although Noesen was drafted by