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Preview: Devils Look to Play Spoilers vs. Rangers

Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey Preview The New Jersey Devils are playing their second game of a back-to-back against their rivals the New York Rangers. They’re coming off of a 4-2 victory over the St. Louis Blues at The Rock, while the Rangers are coming off of a 6-5 victory in overtime against the Washington Capitals, where

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Recap: Devils Dominated in Final Game of Road Trip

Game Summary The New Jersey Devils had their six-game point streak snapped last night. It was readily apparent while watching that the Golden Knights were the far superior team, as that comes to no surprise given they are considered as Stanley Cup favorites. The 3-0 shutout drops the Devils to 26-28-12 on the season. The

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Pregame: Devils Look to Extend Two-Game Win Streak in Detroit

Match Overview Tonight’s game will feature your New Jersey Devils, who currently own a 24-27-10 record, which puts them last in the Metropolitan Division. And the Detroit Red Wings, who own a 15-45-4 record, which puts them last in the Atlantic Division. The Devils come into tonight’s game fresh off an eventful trade deadline. After

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Mackenzie Blackwood celebrates his 20th victory of the season with Travis Zajac and Joey Anderson.

Recap: Bratt’s Big Night Leads Devils to a Win

Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey Recap Mackenzie Blackwood was the starter for the New Jersey Devils against the San Jose Sharks and continued his winning streak by moving up to five consecutive wins in a 36-save performance in a Devils 2-1 victory in regulation. The Devils came into last night’s contest after a 3-0 loss to the

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Pregame: Devils Look to Win Two Straight Versus Struggling Blues

Match Overview Tonight’s game will feature your New Jersey Devils, who currently own a 22-26-10 record, which puts them last in the Metropolitan Division, and the St. Louis Blues, who own a 32-17-10 record, which puts them first in the Central Division. The Devils come into tonight’s game after a wild last contest. After trading

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