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Kyle Palmieri celebrates scoring against the Kings

Devils Defeat the Kings for Important Road Win

Recap The New Jersey Devils came into last night’s game looking to break out of a long rough stretch of this season where at times, it may have been painful to watch. They started their west coast road trip against the Los Angeles Kings and looked to begin the three-game road trip with a win.

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Zajac lines up against Couturier for a faceoff

Devils Look to Rebuild Success Against Flyers

Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey Preview The Devils are coming off their victory against the Pittsburgh Penguins, hoping to keep the momentum moving forward. After closing out the game at home and not giving up any goals late in the contest, the Devils have started to take steps forward, but this must continue in order to climb

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Hischier tries to score against the Leafs.

Devils Look To Regroup Against Toronto

Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey DAB Social:     Preview The New Jersey Devils come into tonight’s tilt after playing two completely different games versus the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Ottawa Senators. The Devils owned Pittsburgh in almost every facet of the game during the first of back-to-backs, before making costly mistakes all night against a Senators

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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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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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Can Taylor Hall Have Another 90-Point Season?

Taylor Hall set new career-highs for himself in goals (39), assists (54), and points (93) this season, earning him enough recognition to win the 2018 Hart Memorial Trophy as the league’s most valuable player to their team. For the Devils, Hall was the organization’s first player to break the 90-point plateau since Zach Parise had

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Paul Stastny stares across to opponents during pre-game warmup.

Free Agent Profile: Paul Stastny

Follow me on Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey July 1 will be the day that an avalanche will come down on the entire National Hockey League that will change the look of many teams. Free agency provides an opportunity for teams to acquire the necessary assets for taking that next step, or maintain their status as a regular playoff

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With Poor Discipline Proving Costly, Devils Biggest Enemy Is Themselves

Author’s Twitter Make no mistake, last night’s 5-2 win breathed new life in this series. The Devils played a hard-fought game, but endured some lengthy stretches of time where they struggled to get the puck out of their own zone. Cory Schneider indisputably reclaimed his starting role back with a remarkable 34-save performance, while Taylor Hall

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The #26 Goes up into Rafters as Devils Take on Isles

Match Overview Tonight’s game will feature your New Jersey Devils, who currently own a 31-22-8 record which positions them fourth in the Metropolitan Division, and the New York Islanders, who own a 29-26-7 record which puts them 6th in the Metropolitan Division. The New Jersey Devils are coming off one of their most disappointing losses

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