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Which Was Worse? The Sharks Overtime Goal or Brett Hull’s 1999 Cup Winning goal?

By now, it’s been the goal seen, heard, and debated around the world. You already know which one we’re talking about: the San Jose Sharks overtime winner against the Blues that came off a blatant hand pass. Truth be told, I wasn’t watching the game, I was at a bar, but I knew the situation was bad when I looked down at my phone and saw, not a text from my hockey loving friends, but my own mother explaining the situation.

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Why I’m Rooting for the Washington Capitals

The Stanley Cup Playoffs are upon us which only means one thing for New Jersey area fans: Ignore the Islanders existence and hop on a bandwagon somewhere else. Fortunately, there’s five new playoff matchups and a lot of underdog potential to root for. I however, am not taking that route. Somewhere between watching Alex Ovechkin

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Why I’m Rooting for the St. Louis Blues

One of the best times of year is finally upon us: the Stanley Cup Playoffs. There are a lot of great storylines entering this year’s edition of the race for the Cup. Robin Lehner’s career-resurrecting year with the surprising Islanders, the Tampa Bay Lightning’s legendary regular season performance, and Alexander Ovechkin’s chance to defend the

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James Neal, Pre-Game Warm-up for the Vegas Golden Knights

Free Agent Profile: James Neal

  It’s only June 17th and already, the wheels of NHL free agency have begun to turn. As we all know, the Devils’ biggest needs are a top-four defenseman, and more depth among their 4th-9th forwards. James Neal of the Vegas Golden Knights is one of the top forwards available this summer, and and could

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DAB Pregame: Devils Look To Make The Most Of Home Ice

Matchup Overview The New Jersey Devils and Tampa Bay Lightning will square off in their fourth game of a best-of-seven series tonight at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. The Devils won their most recent game in a come-from-behind thriller on Monday night, but the Bolts have a 2-1 lead in the series. Defeat

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Sami Vatenen defends captain Steven Stamkos

RECAP: Devils Drop Game Two, Head Back to Newark Down 2-0

Game Summary The New Jersey Devils find themselves in a 2-0 hole ahead of their arrival back to Newark. This is courtesy of a 5-3 defeat in game two, where the Devils comeback came up a bit short. Overall, the Devils played a much better first period than they did in game one. However, early

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