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Devils Finish Off the 15-16 Season v.s the Maple Leafs

Well we made it. 81 games later and the Devils are finishing their season against the Toronto Maple Leafs in Newark. In a year where not a whole lot was expected by the Devils, they really surprised people with their play (especially early in the season). Strong defense and goaltending helped keep the Devils in

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Damon Severson’s Underrated Sophomore Season

The New Jersey Devils would ultimately be fated to miss the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season. While the amount of blame can be widely spread out, all we as fans can do now is focus on the positives from this season and speculate on what change general manager Ray Shero will bring this offseason.

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DAB Pregame: Elias Set to Return as Fan Appreciation Week Begins

  Match Overview As we head in to the final stretch of the regular season, the Devils are set to begin Fan Appreciation Week against the Buffalo Sabres tonight. The Devils are coming off a 3-1 loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday night. Cory Schneider made his return from injury, stopping 33/35 shots

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Time to Send Blandisi Down

While he hasn’t registered a point in eight games, Devils fans should be pleasantly surprised by the play of rookie forward Joseph Blandisi in his first NHL season. After tallying five goals and 14 points in his first 19 games since his second call-up, his production dropped considerably. He has no goals and three assists

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DAB Pregame: Schneider Cleared to Return

Remember to LIKE us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @DevilsArmyBlog for rapid game and news updates.   Matchup Overview Despite the previous two times these teams played being just before the Panthers took off in the standings (and never looked back), the outcomes in each game were completely lopsided. After winning 4-2 in

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Undisciplined Play Doomed Devils’ 2015-2016 Season

The New Jersey Devils emerge a winless team out of the weekend, but gained nor lost any ground in the standings. Last night’s game was the latest instance of the Devils failing to capitalize on a winnable opportunity against a team they’re neck-in-neck with. Had they won both contests this weekend, the Devils would only

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