Tag Archives: Jesper Bratt

RECAP: Costly 30 Seconds Enough To Down Devils In Carolina

Game Summary The New Jersey Devils weren’t able to mount a two-goal comeback, which resulted in their first regulation loss in three game With the loss, the Devils now hold a 8-9-2 record. The first period was the Devils’ kryptonite. The Carolina Hurricanes struck twice in the first thirty seconds of the game. Justin Williams

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Can The Devils Meet Toronto’s Demands For William Nylander?

The William Nylander contract saga is one of the oddest storylines of the 2018-2019 NHL season. Holdouts aren’t too common in hockey, and more commonly occur in pro-sports leagues like the NFL. The last notable holdout in the NHL was a young Jonathan Drouin back during his days with the Tampa Bay Lightning. Nylander’s situation

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Hischier tries to score against the Leafs.

Devils Look To Regroup Against Toronto

Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey DAB Social:     Preview The New Jersey Devils come into tonight’s tilt after playing two completely different games versus the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Ottawa Senators. The Devils owned Pittsburgh in almost every facet of the game during the first of back-to-backs, before making costly mistakes all night against a Senators

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Can The Devils Fill Their Roster Holes Internally?

Author’s Twitter The New Jersey Devils entered the weekend having won just once in their last six contests, after their deceptive 4-0-0 start. We’ve learned more about this Devils team in the six games since, namely how New Jersey is essentially a one-line team, and where the holes in this roster are evidently forming. Of the

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When Bratt Comes In, Who Comes Out?

Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey DAB Social     Jesper Bratt is close to returning after suffering a broken jaw in practice during the Devils trip to Europe. With Bratt set to return soon, there has been debate over who would be the one to come out of the lineup. When the Devils were 4-0 to start

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2018 Devils Draft Review: Ty Smith’s Reign Begins

This was the least divisive draft in recent Devils history. The past three years have been full of controversial decisions that have reaped mixed results. Nico vs. Nolan, McLeod vs. Brown, Zacha vs. Provorov are all very real debates Devils fans had in year’s past. Not this year. Finally, a pick was made that united

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MSG Network’s “Rookie Week” Under Way- Top Five Devils Rookies (Since 2004)

To coincide with the NHL and NBA drafts taking place in the coming days, MSG Networks announced it will be launching its first ever “Rookie Week.” The programming event starts Monday, and will showcase the best rookies to ever play in the Tri-State Area’s hockey and basketball teams. Features like interviews with members of the

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Improved, Stagnated, Bust: Which Prospects Stood Out?

With the end of another season approaching, it is time to check on the Devils prospect pool. Developing young players is a tricky business. A lot of teams struggle to master its nuances and get the most out of their draft picks. The Devils however, have experienced some relative success at developing impactful young players,

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