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Devils goaltender Keith Kinkaid looks up disappointed that he wasn't able to make the save on a 2 on 1. Photo credit to Fred Chartrand/The Canadian Press via AP

Recap: Reasons For Frustration, Hope In 7-3 Loss Versus Senators

Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey DAB Social:   Game Summary The New Jersey Devils experienced their first back-to-back of the season on the road, with games against the Pittsburgh Penguins and Ottawa Senators. The results of each game fell at opposite ends of the spectrum. The Devils were dominant in Pittsburgh as they limited the big guns

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When Bratt Comes In, Who Comes Out?

Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey DAB Social     Jesper Bratt is close to returning after suffering a broken jaw in practice during the Devils trip to Europe. With Bratt set to return soon, there has been debate over who would be the one to come out of the lineup. When the Devils were 4-0 to start

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Recap: Devils Outshine Stars to Stay Undefeated

Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey DAB Social Game Summary The Devils continued one of the toughest opening schedule stretches of any team in the National Hockey League last night playing host to the Dallas Stars. New Jersey started the season undefeated after three impressive wins against very strong teams in the Edmonton Oilers, Washington Capitals, and San

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Recap: Devils Don’t Need Bigger Boat Take Down Sharks

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

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Rick Kowalsky coaching the Binghamton Devils

Devils Coaching Hires Big Steps Forward For Themselves And League

Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey Yesterday, The New Jersey Devils announced the appointments of Rick Kowalsky and Mike Grier as assistant coaches for the upcoming 2018-2019 season. Both will be taking over vacant spots caused by the departures of Geoff Ward, who is now an assistant coach with the Calgary Flames, and Ryan Clowe, who was hired as

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Three Takeaways From Ray Shero’s Interview

Development Camp for the New Jersey Devils has concluded, after which Ray Shero was interviewed by members of the media and gave some pretty interesting insight into the Devils offseason. Below are three main takeaways from that interview about what exactly Shero has been up to and the plans he is willing to share right

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Should Scott Niedermayer’s Number Be Retired In Anaheim?

The Anaheim Ducks have recently announced two numbers the organization will retire this coming season. The most deserving out of the two is Paul Kariya’s No. 9, who spent the first nine seasons of his career, and had his best years in Anaheim. The second number, is someone Devils fans should be familiar with—defenseman Scott

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Blake Coleman, Stefan Noesen File For Salary Arbitration

Near the end of June, the New Jersey Devils extended qualifying offers to a handful eligible players. Two in particular were forwards Blake Coleman and Stefan Noesen, both of whom elected to file for salary arbitration before yesterday’s 5pm deadline for player. The two forwards will be preparing for arbitration hearings for their contract length

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Brian Boyle and the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy

Just “Another” Trophy? The NHL Awards are on NBCSN tonight at 8PM ET, as Sportsnet and Devils fans surely have their eyes on many awards tonight. The NHL Awards is an annual ceremony based on regular season performance. These awards include the Hart Trophy (League MVP) or (Jack Adams Award) for best head coach. Going

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Has Mirco Mueller Found His Place In New Jersey?

  Follow me on Twitter   This offseason, the New Jersey Devils acquired defenseman Mirco Mueller and a fifth-round selection from the San Jose Sharks in exchange for 2017 second and fourth round picks. At first, skepticism was warranted in the acquisition of what seemed like an ex-first round selection that failed living up to expectations.

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