The Toronto Maple Leafs are in a bizarre situation. The team seems good, but never good enough to win it all for a fan base that has been impatiently waiting since the late 1960s for another Stanley Cup. The team once again failed to win it all while millions upon millions are dished out to
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Introduction The early theme of our free agent profile series here at Devils Army Blog is defensemen. This is for a good reason, as it’s an area where the New Jersey Devils need to make it a point to improve. An overview of the Devils’ roster shows two distinct holes in the team’s defensive group.
Introduction If we learned anything from the disappointing 2019-20 New Jersey Devils’ season it is that the defense is an area where the team must improve. Although the Devils have more defensive depth in their prospect system than most believe, there is a gaping hole in New Jersey’s top-four. Specifically, on the left side (see
Introduction As was mentioned in the first article of this two-part series, the New Jersey Devils are in the midst of their All-Star break. So we thought it would be a great time to enlighten you on how several of their top prospects have fared so far this season. Our first article included prospects in
Match Overview We are almost there! The regular season is right around the corner, but first, the New Jersey Devils must travel to Columbus and play their last preseason game. They’ll face off against the Blue Jackets, who boast a 2-2-1 preseason record. The Devils bring an interesting roster into tonight’s game. It projects –
Game Summary The New Jersey Devils had solid performances from upcoming prospects. But their effort was not enough to overcome the 2019 Stanley Cup Finalists, especially in the first period, where New Jersey was outshot 13 to 5, which could have been worse without spectacular play by Mackenzie Blackwood. Boston finally cashed in with about
Game Summary The New Jersey Devils rebounded nicely after dropping the first game of the Prospects Challenge in Buffalo 6-4. With Akira Schmid in net, the Devils largely dominated the contest, but ultimately fell 2-1 to the Pittsburgh Penguins. Unlike Friday, the Devils struck first courtesy of a Graeme Clarke power play goal. Clarke –
Deadline Moves The New Jersey Devils had four big unrestricted free agents going into the Trade Deadline, and now that it has passed and they’re all gone, it’s time to look ahead. Here’s how it happened: Brian Boyle for a 2019 second-round pick Ben Lovejoy for Connor Carrick and a 2019 third-round pick Keith Kinkaid
Introduction The World Junior Championships came to a bittersweet end for American New Jersey Devils fans. The United States was defeated by Finland in the gold medal game. However, throughout the tournament most of the Devils prospects shined. Another benefit from the tournament is the prospects whom the Devils may have a shot at drafting
Not only does Christmastime bring joy and cheer, it also brings the World Junior Hockey Championships. This year, 10 different countries will compete in two separate divisions in Vancouver, BC. The preliminary round games will start today, December 26th, and the playoffs will start on January 2nd. You can find the full schedule and TV listings at this link: https://www.nhl.com/info/nhl-network-wjc-schedule. All games listed will be on NHL NETWORK.