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Odds Strongly Favor 2018 Playoff Appearance For Devils

Author’s Twitter With their first two months of the season in the books, New Jersey currently brandishes a surprising 14-6-4 record, and sit third in the Metropolitan Division. Most of the hockey world (Devils fans included) are still having trouble coming to grips with the team’s explosive start. It’s worth remembering the Devils are in perhaps

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DAB Conference Quarter-Finals Predictions

While the season might be over for the New Jersey Devils, the playoffs are about to begin. As the quest for the Stanley Cup begins, some of the staff at Devils Army Blog has made their picks on who they think will emerge out of the first round. Compare our picks to yours and see

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DAB Q&A With Dan Rice

One of the most prominent names in the New Jersey Devils blogosphere is the Hockey Writer’s Dan Rice. A credentialed journalist, Dan has spent years providing high-quality coverage, articles, and insight on the Devils and other NHL-related happenings. He’s developed a large social media following and has become one of the most relied-upon sources for

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Speculation: Goligoski a Devil?

Editor’s Note: The following article is based on pure speculation and the opinions of the author. The following content does not reflect the opinions of the entire Devils Army Blog staff.   I’ve never been a big fan of free agent or trade speculation but with the New Jersey Devils having the second-most cap space

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Offseason Outlook: Offense

New Jersey’s offense has been trending downward since their 2012 playoff run. Having bottomed out this year, the Devils scored the fewest goals of any team in the NHL. Lack of proper scoring depth was the obvious key component behind the Devil’s barren scoring output, however injuries, an undersized roster, and lack of shots also

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