Tag Archives: P.A. Parenteau

The Devils Could Use Another Right Winger. What Options do They Have?

Follow me on Twitter: @a_chauvancy23  By acquiring Marcus Johansson, the New Jersey Devils took care of a major need up front. He puts up points and has previously played any one of the forward positions. That being said, Johansson says he’s most comfortable playing left wing. If that’s where he’ll probably find himself to start

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DAB Pregame: The Devils Set to Host Their Rivals From Across the River

Match Overview Despite playing one of their best games of the season, the Devils came up short on Tuesday night. They’ll look to rebound as they get set to host the New York Rangers in a rivalry match this evening. The Rangers come into this game with an 8-1-1 record in their last ten games

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Recap: Kinkaid Stands Tall

Game Summary Coming off a rough home-and-home with the Pittsburgh Penguins, the New Jersey Devils  defeated the Washington Capitals in a shootout for a 2-1 victory. The Devils got on the board first when P.A. Parenteau scored his team-leading 10th goal of the season after beating Braden Holtby early in the second period. The Capitals

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Devils Defensemen Aren’t the Only Ones Struggling

A lot has been made of the Devils porous defense over the course of the last month, and rightfully so. They’ve been giving up a ton of shots, scoring chances and making life extremely difficult for Cory Schneider and Keith Kinkaid. While they haven’t helped in suppressing shots, New Jersey’s forwards haven’t exactly helped in

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Recap: Devils Woes Mount as Defense Continues to Falter

Recap It was an ugly set of back-to-back games for the Devils. They gave up 49 and 32 shots on goal to Montreal and St. Louis. Over their last twelve games, they’ve given up 3 or more goals in eleven of those. There’s no doubt that Schneider has been struggling, but he’s getting absolutely no

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Recap: Devils Overcome 2-1 Deficit to Defeat Carolina in a Shootout

Recap On the back end of a home-and-home, the Devils fought back from a 2-1 third period deficit to defeat the Carolina Hurricanes in a shootout to move to 6-3-3 on the year. The Devils came out firing in the first period. They took a 1-0 lead to the first intermission and out shot Carolina

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Devils Fall in OT in Season Opener: Recap and Notes

The Devils managed to grab a point against a revamped Florida Panthers team that’s considered to be one of the best in the Eastern Conference this season. Florida outshot New Jersey 16-7 and had 14 scoring chances as opposed to 4 from the Devils in the third period. If not for Cory Schneider, New Jersey

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