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Devils Season Overview Games 21-30: Part One

Ten games into the second quarter of the season, the New Jersey Devils still remain one of the two teams occupying the wildcard spot in the Eastern Conference. The Devils are four games above .500 at the 30-game mark. Their success is largely attributed to their best players playing like their top players, showing resilience

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DAB Pregame: The Shuffle back to Buffalo

Remember to LIKE us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @DevilsArmyBlog for live game and news updates on anything New Jersey Devils.   Matchup Overview In their second trip to Western New York tonight, the New Jersey Devils are looking to shake off a devastating 4-0 loss to the red hot New York Islanders

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Preview: Devils Look to Get Back on Track Against Canadiens

Match Overview Having lost three of their last four, the Devils will look to rebound against the Montreal Canadiens. Montreal comes into tonight’s matchup having lost just four games in regulation and currently sit atop the Eastern Conference with 36 points. They also come into tonight’s match on a three game win streak, but will

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DAB Pre-game: Elias Returns

Remember to follow us on Twitter @DevilsArmyBlog or LIKE us un Facebook for like game updates.   Matchup Overview This was originally going to be focused on the improving Blue Jackets under new bench boss John Tortorella, making their second trip to the Rock this season. After joining the team on their Western Canada trip

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Patrik Elias: Mending the Rift

Article written collaboratively by Mike Luci and Tommy Zilinski   With the quarter-mark of the season fast approaching, the New Jersey Devils have emerged as one of the season’s most pleasant surprises. While they shouldn’t be considered a powerhouse, they’ve certainly played much better than advertised after starting the season 0-3-1. They’ve since gone 10-3

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Writers Roundtable: Better than Expected?

The 2015-2016 season is in its infant stages and has produced some mixed outcomes for the New Jersey Devils. The writing staff at Devils Army Blog have assembled for their first regular season edition of Writers Roundtable to discuss New Jersey’s early season success and how far this team could truly wind up going. Alex

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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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Training Camp Preview: Devils Veterans

It was a long offseason for the Devils. One that came with many changes the franchise has not seen in decades. Gone are long-time executives Lou Lamoriello and David Conte as well as seasoned veterans Dainius Zubrus and Steve Bernier. With the offseason now over and the first preseason game right around the corner, it’s

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Patrik Elias: Is Less More?

Amidst the changes the New Jersey Devils have made this offseason, Patrik Elias has deservedly slipped through the cracks. The 39-year old career Devil is the oldest player on the roster as he enters the final season of a three-year contract he signed in 2013. While he’ll always be remembered for his prowess with the puck, extraordinary playmaking

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The Sixth Forward: Reid Boucher or Paul Thompson?

General manager Ray Shero made it explicitly clear he wouldn’t dabble in the free agent market for the sake of making a move. He appears committed to letting the youthful players within the organization replace the gapes on the roster that were previously occupied by a barrage of underperforming veterans. One of the biggest annoyances of how prospects (particularly at forward)

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