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Devils Army Blog Trade Series: Vancouver Canucks

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?

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Pregame: Devils Aim to Stay Hot vs. Canucks

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

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DAB Pregame: Devils Vs Canucks

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).

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The Devils Won: Get Over It

Author’s TWITTER This past Saturday evening was one of the wildest draft lotteries in recent memory. Since moving to this current format in 2016, where every team that misses the playoffs has a chance at drafting first to third overall, this year’s selections were occupied by teams finishing higher than 28th in the league standings (New

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DAB Pregame: Devils Look for First Win of Season Against Penguins in Finale

Author’s Twitter  Tonight’s starting goaltenders courtesy of Left Wing Lock The New Jersey Devils are back in action tonight as they take on the Pittsburgh Penguins. New Jersey is coming off a 1-0 overtime victory against the Philadelphia Flyers. John Moore picked up his first game-winning goal of the season, and Keith Kinkaid made 35

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Standings Watch: How Low Can the Devils Go?

Author’s TWITTER   With three games left and eons away from a playoff spot, there isn’t much worth looking forward to for the remainder of the New Jersey Devils 2016-2017 season. Save Patty’s Last Lap that’s set to occur this Saturday, these final three games hold little meaning. The primary purpose of this article is to

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