Introduction Believe it or not, we are going to have our first live NHL-event on Friday. For those that do not know, the NHL is scheduled to have the league’s draft lottery at 8:00 PM ET televised on NBCSN. The New Jersey Devils are one of the numerous teams that have a lot riding on
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Introduction We here at Devils Army Blog hope this article catches everyone safe and more importantly, healthy! Given these recent unique circumstances, the sports world has been turned upside down. Almost every sport in the world has been suspended, postponed, or canceled. This article is here to explain although not having the NHL to watch
Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey Recap The New Jersey Devils followed up their victory against the rival New York Rangers on Thursday night with a 1-0 shutout victory on against the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday. The Devils were aggressive for most of the game and while there were moments where they seemed to bend defensively, they did
Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey Preview The New Jersey Devils and Vancouver Canucks will square off at The Rock as teams that are both trying to make the playoffs this year, even though some analysts have not picked them to do so. The Devils are coming off an exciting win over the rival New York Rangers on
The Canucks are in a weird place. Yes, they are technically rebuilding, but they still enter every season hoping they can push enough to be a playoff team. Rookie sensation Elias Petterson and Brock Boeser kept their shelf life alive long enough that the playoffs were still close enough until the later part of the season when they spiraled out of contention. Obviously, there’s zero chance the Devils can trade for Boeser or Petterson. Everyone in Vancouver is holding onto the Calder favorite as tight as they can. So who can the Devils target instead?
First Period The first period was dominated by the New Jersey Devils for the most part, with a few glimpses of hope for the Vancouver Canucks. The Devils got 13 shots on net to the Canucks six, setting the tone for a hard-fought game. Though both teams had chances on the man advantage, neither team
Game Preview The New Jersey Devils will play their third game on their Western Conference road trip tonight in Vancouver. The Devils are 1-1 so far, coming off of an emphatic 6-3 win in Edmonton, in which Cory Schneider had 36 saves. Vancouver played Wednesday as well, beating the Rangers 4-1 at home. Both teams
Matchup Overview The New Jersey Devils come into this one with their first winning streak since the middle of November and hope to extend it on home ice. The Vancouver Canucks are in town with a 19-18-4 record and a very young team that is entertaining to watch. The Devils seem to have finally found
As the trade deadline quickly approaches, it is more apparent that the New Jersey Devils need a depth scorer. There are many options that would fulfill this need. However, as Devils fans, we must keep in mind the team is still following the guidelines of a rebuild. This simply means rentals are not a likely
Remember to follow Devils Army Blog on Facebook and Twitter for live game and news updates. Follow me on Twitter Here are tonight’s starting goaltenders courtesy of Left Wing Lock. Matchup Summary The New Jersey Devils (12-5-4) are back in action at the Prudential Center again tonight as they take on the Vancouver Canucks (11-8-3).