Match Overview Tonight’s game will feature your New Jersey Devils, who currently own a 3-0-0 record in the Metropolitan Division, and the Dallas Stars, who own a 3-2-0 record, which puts them fourth in the Central Division. The New Jersey Devils are the only unbeaten team left in the NHL. After convincing wins over the
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Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey DAB Social Game Summary The Devils continued their homestand at the Rock yesterday, and would face another big test in just their third game of the season against the San Jose Sharks. Coming off a dominant performance against the reigning Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals, the Devils were faced with
Match Overview Tonight’s game will feature your New Jersey Devils, who currently own a 2-0-0 record of the Metropolitan Division, and the San Jose Sharks, who own a 2-2-1 record which puts them fourth in the Pacific Division. The New Jersey Devils are coming off a thrashing of the defending Stanley Cup champions and
Game Summary When the horn sounded to end the third period, Devils fans everywhere rejoiced in jubilation over what they just witnessed. The Stanley Cup Champions came to town and were given the business to the tune of a 6-0 defeat. Right from the opening puck drop, New Jersey was flying and applying constant pressure.
In a camp that was brimming with young talent, John Quenneville is the only one left standing. The Devils came into training camp in need of a winger, and had plenty of candidates vying for the spot. Entering his fourth year with the organization, this may be Quenneville’s last chance to make an impact and secure a roster spot with the big club.
The New Jersey Devils traveled to Gothenburg, Sweden to open their season against the Edmonton Oilers. We broke down everything you needed to know about the game including the keys to victory, line combinations, players to watch, our prediction, and more!
Having recently unveiled their opening night roster, the Devils are entering 2018-2019 with a continued commitment to their youth and confidence in these players taking the next step forward. Our editorial team has composed a detailed season preview that breaks down all aspects that factored into the formation of this team—from acquisitions and departures, to players on the rise, in the hot seat, and a season outlook.
The New Jersey Devils released their opening night roster for the 2018-19 campaign on Tuesday night. The team will carry 13 forwards, eight defensemen and two goaltenders to start the season. We examine the new faces that cracked the roster, touched upon the Devils abundance of cap space, projected the line combinations for opening night, and provide the full roster.
The Devils traveled to Bern, Switzerland in their first of a two-game NHL Global Series, where they took on SC Bern. We previewed the game with our projected lines, keys to the game and players to watch.
As the preseason begins to draw to a close, the Devils currently have 28 players on their roster. There are a few surprises but for the most part, the roster has shaken out to what everyone thought it would be. The game tonight against the Winnipeg Jets could be some of the fringe players’ last