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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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DAB Conference Final Predictions

We’re halfway through the playoffs and down to four teams competing to hoist the Stanley Cup. I think I can safely say not many of our playoff brackets turned out the way any of us expected, but that’s what has been so great about these playoffs. The onslaught of series upsets however, do reflect on

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DAB Conference Quarter-Finals Predictions

While the season might be over for the New Jersey Devils, the playoffs are about to begin. As the quest for the Stanley Cup begins, some of the staff at Devils Army Blog has made their picks on who they think will emerge out of the first round. Compare our picks to yours and see

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NHL Mid-Season Predictions

Be sure to check out the first part of this article titled: NHL Mid-Season Report and Awards     I will be using current conference standings, statistics, and other advanced metrics to predict the rest of the NHL season. Down below will be my final standings, playoff matchups, and results. Eastern Conference (overall conference standings)

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DAB Q&A With Mike Straw

You can follow me on Twitter @MiikeLuci With the Stanley Cup Finals well underway and the offseason right around the corner, we’re in the midst of one of hockey’s busiest times of year. I was fortunate to touch base with Mike Straw, one of my oldest friends and managing editor who writes for the Hockey

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Ray Shero: Winds of Change

Follow me on Twitter @MiikeLuci Coming seemingly out of left field, Ray Shero’s succeeding of Lou Lamoriello as general manager marked the conclusion of one of the most illustrious eras in hockey history. It doesn’t make sense not to start a piece like this without paying tribute to the 28 years Lou Lamoriello spent as

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