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Hockey Hall Of Fame Legends Classic Featuring Many Former Devils

  Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey DAB Social:     The Devils will be looking to rebound against a very strong and talented Toronto Maple Leafs squad tomorrow night, but the game and that weekend all are special for this organization. This weekend will be full of events for the Hockey Hall of Fame with the Devils’

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Will We Ever See a “Golden Years” Core In New Jersey Again?

  Author’s Twitter   Fellow New Jersey Devils fans, it looks as if our beloved Patrik Elias, most likely will not see the ice again in his playing career. Have a look at his stats. While some would love to see him never stop playing (myself included) it is time to face the fact that

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Devils Missing Key Piece of Rebuilding Puzzle

Author’s Twitter.   For most Devils fans, the reality of the New Jersey Devils acquiring all-star left wing Taylor Hall is still setting in. As we emerge from the opening weekend of free agency, the Devils already look like a much different team compared to the roster that played in their final regular season game.

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Santini Making Strides Towards NHL Readiness

A 20 year old defensemen out of Mahopac, New York, Steve Santini looks to be a large part of the future of the Devils blue line. Before being drafted by the Devils, Santini was skating with the United States National Development Team. He was one of the team’s top defenseman and he was chosen to

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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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Devils 2015-2016 Coaching Staff: Wiping the Slate Clean

Follow me on Twitter @MiikeLuci It started with the hiring of 40-year old John Hynes, who became the youngest head coach in the NHL upon joining the New Jersey Devils on June 2. It was perceived as an uncharacteristic move to the Devils faithful, who are more accustomed to seeing the same coaches- or at

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