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The Goal Song Dispute: A Cultural Uprising

It started with the installment of new ownership in the summer of 2013. After being put on the brink of financial ruin by their predecessor Jeff Vanderbeek, new owners Josh Harris and David Blitzer made it clear the organization would undergo a drastic degree of conformation that would revolutionize the way the team is managed

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DAB Q&A With Chris Wassel

Chris Wassel is among those on the forefront of Devils hockey writing in the NHL blogosphere. Currently writing for Todays Slap Shot, Chris has some impressive writing credentials, having contributed for The Hockey Writers, Fantasy Hockey X, and several other notable sites. He provides some unique perspective on all aspects of the Devils that you

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DAB Pre-Game: Peter DeBoer’s Homecoming at the Rock

The New Jersey Devils will drop the puck against the San Jose Sharks at 7:00 PM tonight at Prudential Center as they conclude their three-game homestand against Western Conference teams. Former New Jersey Devils head coach Peter DeBoer, who was relieved of his coaching duties on December 26th, 2014 in favor of Adam Oates and

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Patrik Elias: The last hurrah?

To say there’s been change within the New Jersey Devils organization this past summer is an understatement. From management to coaches, staff and players, the team has undergone a complete overhaul from top to bottom. As it happens, the clock may also be ticking on one of the last remnants of this championship franchise.     Patrik

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DAB Pre-game: The Journey Begins

Remember to follow us on Twitter @DevilsArmyBlog and like us on Facebook for live game and news updates. For those attending the game tonight, the staff at Devils Army Blog will have a meet and greet during the second intermission outside of section 15. Make sure to stop by and say hi!   Matchup Overview

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Was Brodeur the greatest ever?

Co-authors: Sam Woo / Shane Lambert Martin Brodeur, in what only amounted to seven games, may have finished his career with the St. Louis Blues. However, the sure-to-be Hall of Famer will always be remembered as a New Jersey Devil. The franchise will recognize Brodeur’s longstanding commitment, his personal achievements, and his contributions to the

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Devils Season Preview Part Three: Defense & Goaltending

ICYMI: Here are Part One and Part Two of our Devils season preview series.   You typically build a team from the goalie out. This has been a staple of Devils hockey, which has brought them a lot of success over the years. Two of Lou Lamoriello’s most overlooked achievements in the twilight of his

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Devils Season Preview Part Two: Offense

The New Jersey Devils’ offense has been the team’s Achilles’ heel for a while now, and was the primary focus for management going into the offseason once again. The Devils haven’t finished higher than 27th in scoring since 2012, or have anyone hit the 30-goal mark for that matter. In Part One of our Season Preview, I briefly

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DAB Pre-Game: Preseason Finale

Remember to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @DevilsArmyBlog for live game updates tonight.   Matchup Overview Tonight the Devils play their final game of what has been an encouraging preseason. New Jersey is looking to end things on a high note with a victory over the Philadelphia Flyers, and take both

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Devils Season Preview Part One: Six Month Synopsis

Following a third consecutive playoff-less season, the New Jersey Devils have had a transformative past six months. After 27 years at the helm, Lou Lamoriello brought in Ray Shero to succeed him as general manager. A few months later, Lamoriello left the Devils organization entirely to become general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, sending shockwaves

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