Tag Archives: Pavel Zacha

Recap: Devils Offense Explodes After Break, Beat Penguins Again

Game Summary The New Jersey Devils returned from the All-Star break in great fashion, as they continued their season dominance of the Pittsburgh Penguins with a 6-3 victory. They are now 3-0 against their rivals and have outscored them 15-6. Basically, if the Devils only played the Penguins this season, they would be a playoff

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Pregame: Devils Aim to Stay Hot vs. Canucks

Matchup Overview The New Jersey Devils come into this one with their first winning streak since the middle of November and hope to extend it on home ice. The Vancouver Canucks are in town with a 19-18-4 record and a very young team that is entertaining to watch. The Devils seem to have finally found

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Mackenzie Blackwood Lands First Win in Beantown

Recap The New Jersey Devils managed to leave Boston with a win for the first time since 2013-14 in the 5-2 victory over the Bruins. The offense started just 25 seconds into the game courtesy of some nice passing that led to a goal from Damon Severson. The Devils also received goals from Kyle Palmieri,

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RECAP: Devils Feast Against Canadiens 5-2

New Jersey got a much-needed victory on home ice last night, and the offense was buzzing right from the start. Kyle Palmieri just seems to keep scoring, Nico looked great in his first game back and there is nobody happier about that than Taylor Hall. Pavel Zacha has been playing like a man possessed, and

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RECAP: Costly 30 Seconds Enough To Down Devils In Carolina

Game Summary The New Jersey Devils weren’t able to mount a two-goal comeback, which resulted in their first regulation loss in three game With the loss, the Devils now hold a 8-9-2 record. The first period was the Devils’ kryptonite. The Carolina Hurricanes struck twice in the first thirty seconds of the game. Justin Williams

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Can The Devils Fill Their Roster Holes Internally?

Author’s Twitter The New Jersey Devils entered the weekend having won just once in their last six contests, after their deceptive 4-0-0 start. We’ve learned more about this Devils team in the six games since, namely how New Jersey is essentially a one-line team, and where the holes in this roster are evidently forming. Of the

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