Recap The New Jersey Devils came into San Jose looking to close out the California trip on a positive note. This did not even remotely happen. The Sharks capitalized on every mistake the Devils made and there were plenty of them and came away with a convincing 5-2 victory. The clock could potentially be ticking
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Author’s Twitter Coming off a fourth consecutive win to start the season, fans of the New Jersey Devils are feeling extremely confident about their team. Aside from their 4-0-0 start being their first in over 20 seasons, the Devils defeated some formidable foes in Connor McDavid and the Edmonton Oilers—which was played overseas, the Dallas
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
Match Overview Tonight’s game will feature your New Jersey Devils, who currently own a 2-0-0 record of the Metropolitan Division, and the San Jose Sharks, who own a 2-2-1 record which puts them fourth in the Pacific Division. The New Jersey Devils are coming off a thrashing of the defending Stanley Cup champions and
Well, it is over. The New Jersey Devils have been eliminated from the playoffs, and we are now left to figure out what to do with our lives. Better ourselves and others around us? Nah. Time to spend every night listening to Mike Millbury and company while watching match ups that don’t affect the Devils.
Tonight’s projected starters via left wing lock. NJD- Cory Schneider, SJS- Martin Jones Well Devils fans, if you do not realize how important tonight’s game is you might as well have been living under a rock. It is absolutely crucial that the Devils take at least one point from the San Jose Sharks, as they
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.
Editor’s Note: The opinions in this article solely reflect those of the writer, and do not represent the entire Devils Army Blog admin and writing staff. Author’s Twitter I’ve always been a big fan of head coach John Hynes, ever since Ray Shero hired him. As the New Jersey Devils close in on what has
After going into their five-game layoff on a 3-0-1 unbeaten streak, the New Jersey Devils hoped to pick up where they left off. The San Jose Sharks being among the league’s top teams was a challenge in itself for the Devils, who were shut out 4-0 by them in their initial matinee this season. For
Match Overview The New Jersey Devils return from their mandatory five-day break as they get set to take on the San Jose Sharks in a Sunday matinee. The Sharks will be in the second half of a back-to-back after losing to the Flyers 2-1 in overtime yesterday afternoon. After a suffering concussion from a vicious hit