Recap The New Jersey Devils came into last night’s game looking to break out of a long rough stretch of this season where at times, it may have been painful to watch. They started their west coast road trip against the Los Angeles Kings and looked to begin the three-game road trip with a win.
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Before 2012, the Devils and their fans rarely gave a passing thought to the Los Angeles Kings. After a face off in the Stanley Cup final, where the Devils came out on the losing side, things have changed. The Devils may only play the Kings twice a year, but it has become an occasion for
Match Overview Coming off a 4-1 victory Saturday night against their rivals from Philadelphia, the Devils will look to keep the pace as they return to The Rock to take on the Los Angeles Kings. LA will be in the second part of a back-to-back having lost to the Rangers 3-2 at MSG last night.
Author’s TWITTER Let me the first to acknowledge how I may seem hypocritical at first before divulging into this topic. If anyone read my earlier article from this week, I voiced a lot of concern on how the departures of Adam Larsson and David Schlemko set the team back on defense, where there already
Those in attendance during last night’s game witnessed an extremely rare spectacle on Devils home ice: 11 goals scored in one contest, seven of which were by New Jersey. Forwards, Devante Smith-Pelley, Adam Henrique, and Mike Sislo scored two goals apiece, while Reid Boucher registered his sixth marker of the season. It was certainly a
With free agency closing in, our final free agency profile takes a look at Los Angeles Kings forward, Justin Williams. The free-agent-to-be scored 18 goals and added 23 assists for 41 points with the Kings this season. Williams has become notorious for his performances in game 7s of the playoffs, where his team holds
You can follow me on Twitter @MiikeLuci With the Stanley Cup Finals well underway and the offseason right around the corner, we’re in the midst of one of hockey’s busiest times of year. I was fortunate to touch base with Mike Straw, one of my oldest friends and managing editor who writes for the Hockey