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New Jersey Devils Current Roster Outlook

It’s hard to imagine the man that brought in Kyle Palmieri, Taylor Hall, and Marcus Johansson in three consecutive off-seasons will remain silent and not add to his current roster. If Ray Shero isn’t able to find a deal he believes is beneficial for the team both now and moving forward, he may just roll

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2018 Devils Draft Review: Ty Smith’s Reign Begins

This was the least divisive draft in recent Devils history. The past three years have been full of controversial decisions that have reaped mixed results. Nico vs. Nolan, McLeod vs. Brown, Zacha vs. Provorov are all very real debates Devils fans had in year’s past. Not this year. Finally, a pick was made that united

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James Neal, Pre-Game Warm-up for the Vegas Golden Knights

Free Agent Profile: James Neal

  It’s only June 17th and already, the wheels of NHL free agency have begun to turn. As we all know, the Devils’ biggest needs are a top-four defenseman, and more depth among their 4th-9th forwards. James Neal of the Vegas Golden Knights is one of the top forwards available this summer, and and could

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Improved, Stagnated, Bust: Which Prospects Stood Out?

With the end of another season approaching, it is time to check on the Devils prospect pool. Developing young players is a tricky business. A lot of teams struggle to master its nuances and get the most out of their draft picks. The Devils however, have experienced some relative success at developing impactful young players,

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New Jersey’s Five Greatest Playoff Adversaries

Author’s Twitter Since clinching their first berth in 1988, the New Jersey Devils have made the playoffs in 18 of the last 30 seasons. During that time, New Jersey has faced an array of different teams and some of the game’s all-time greats. Due to the time’s postseason formats and sheer circumstance, New Jersey’s perennial playoff

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