Remember to LIKE us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @DevilsArmyBlog for live game updates. Matchup Overview Despite clawing back from a pair of two-goal deficits against the Florida Panthers on Thursday night, it wasn’t enough for the New Jersey Devils, who suffered their third overtime loss and remained winless on the road.
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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
Remember to LIKE us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @DevilsArmyBlog for rapid New Jersey Devils game and news updates Matchup Overview The New Jersey Devils play their final road game of the season tonight as they prepare to face the Tampa Bay Lightning in the first of two upcoming matchups. Last time
We’ve come to the halfway point of the 2015 playoffs and have seen sixteen teams vying for the Stanley Cup now reduced to four. Despite our New Jersey Devils being out of contention this year, we’ve been fortunate enough to see two gruelingly entertaining rounds of vintage playoff hockey. As the stakes get higher, the
Follow me on Twitter: @MiikeLuci I’ve written for a few different hockey websites over the years and made some amazing friends and contacts during that time. While we’ve all gone in different directions over the years, it hasn’t stopped us from keeping in touch and finding reasons to collaboratively work together. I was fortunate to
The first round of the 2015 playoffs is in the books and the Conference Semi-Finals are set to begin tonight. Throughout the playoffs, the staff here at Devils Army Blog will continue to submit their roundly predictions as we all continue to try and see who can make the most precise predictions to what actually
The playoffs are finally here, and with it comes the annual onslaught of analysis and projections on which team will come out of what series, and who will eventually hoist hockey’s most cherished prize, the Stanley Cup. From scoring and special teams, to more specific stats like shooting percentages and the season series between two