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Will Martin Brodeur Ever Be A Coach?

Introduction Before becoming an Enterprise Car Rental commercial star, Martin Brodeur was surprisingly a NHL goaltender. He was so good some even refer to him as the best of all-time. Nowadays, he hilariously responds to “did you leave you cup in your car?” With, “which one? I have three!” Let’s just say Marty wants to

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Mackenzie Blackwood stopping a shot en route to shutting out the Vancouver Canucks. (Photo Credit: Photo by Andy Marlin/NHLI via Getty Images)

Goaltending Rivalries Within The Metropolitan Division

Introduction With the New York Rangers’ loss in the Stanley Cup qualifier round against the Carolina Hurricanes, the future of Henrik Lundqvist remains in doubt. Even though the most beloved goaltender on the wrong side of the Hudson River has one more year left on his contract, speculation says the star netminder might have played

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1995 Stanley Cup Championship Was Devils’ Most Important

They say you always remember your first. Granted, that phrase usually applies to non-hockey related life achievements we don’t discuss on such as innocent sites such as this. But it applies to Stanley Cup championships as well, especially for the New Jersey Devils, who won the franchise’s first Stanley Cup 25 years ago today. I

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Best Players to Wear Every Sweater In Devils’ History

Introduction Given the non-existent sports-world and the strong possibility of several bored sports fans, we thought we would try something different. Following the Athletics’ trend of ranking the best player to ever wear every number in the different sports, we thought we would take a crack at it with the Devils organization.  In the history

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What Should the Devils Expect From Year Two of Mackenzie Blackwood?

Last season, Mackenzie Blackwood burst onto the NHL scene as the goaltender of the future for the New Jersey Devils. That distinction had been given to goalies of the past that had since withered away, such as Scott Wedgewood and Jeff Frazee, but Blackwood seemed like the real deal. In his rookie season, he posted

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Taylor Hall Has Helped The Devils Find Their New Identity

Author’s TWITTER It’s been a while since I’ve been able to write anything, so I’m glad to get my thoughts out on this particular topic. Dating back to the 2012 offseason, I kept convincing myself that then-general manager Lou Lamoriello would work his magic (that he seemingly revamped in the 2010 offseason), and sign Zach Parise

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The Case For Sergei Brylin: Should No. 18 Hang From The Rafters?

Follow me on Twitter Note: This article is the opinion solely of its writer and does not reflect the opinion of the entire DAB staff and admins. As we all know, Patrik Elias is going to be the fifth New Jersey Devil to have his number retired, which will occur on February 24 against the New

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Devils Rivalry With Flyers Redefined By the 2017 Draft

Author’s TWITTER When it was revealed the New Jersey Devils and Philadelphia Flyers were respectively selecting first and second overall at the 2017 NHL Draft, the longtime divisional rivalry between the teams was quickly recognized. They’ve faced each other five times in the playoffs between 1995 and 2012, with the Devils winning three of those matchups.

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