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Devils Midseason Review

The Halfway point of the 2015-2016 has passed and I’m sure I can speak for everyone when I say it’s been a season full of bountiful surprises for the Devils faithful. Although the team stumbled into the midpoint of their season with an injury-riddled team that’s lost two straight contests, they occupied the top wildcard

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Devils Season Overview Games 21-30: Part Two

Part two of our Devils 30-game overview breaks down notable team stats, the team’s hottest and coldest players, and what the next ten games have in store for New Jersey. You can click HERE to see part one of our 30-game overview. FYI: All stats in article were as of 12/14/15   Stats (AC) On

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Writers Roundtable: October Review

The New Jersey Devils came out of October boasting a 6-4-1 record. Although they stumbled out of the gate in their first November matchup, this revamped Devils squad has shown a lot of good encouraging signs. Having said that, this team has plenty of room for improvement, and plenty of time to work out 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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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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Devils Season Preview Part One: Six Month Synopsis

Following a third consecutive playoff-less season, the New Jersey Devils have had a transformative past six months. After 27 years at the helm, Lou Lamoriello brought in Ray Shero to succeed him as general manager. A few months later, Lamoriello left the Devils organization entirely to become general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, sending shockwaves

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Training Camp Preview: Devils Veterans

It was a long offseason for the Devils. One that came with many changes the franchise has not seen in decades. Gone are long-time executives Lou Lamoriello and David Conte as well as seasoned veterans Dainius Zubrus and Steve Bernier. With the offseason now over and the first preseason game right around the corner, it’s

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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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Devils UFA Day One Review: Staying on Course

As was the case with draft day, the New Jersey Devils weren’t involved in any high-profile transactions, but kept in the right direction with the moves they did make yesterday. As expected forwards Blake Coleman and Paul Thompson were signed to entry-level deals at two years apiece. General Manager Ray Shero signed defenseman John Moore

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