The New Jersey Devils had their home opener against the defending Stanley Cup Champions on Thursday night. Our game preview breaks down everything you need to know heading into the game, including an overview, keys to victory, players to watch, line combinations, where and when to watch, and our prediction for the game.
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Follow me on Twitter Prospect pools move in cycles. Teams begin with drab unimpressive youth crops, but can have a great NHL team. Then the squad begins to grow old, slip in the standings, and get high draft picks as a result, as high-end prospects begin to come flowing back into the fold. Once the
It’s hard to imagine the man that brought in Kyle Palmieri, Taylor Hall, and Marcus Johansson in three consecutive off-seasons will remain silent and not add to his current roster. If Ray Shero isn’t able to find a deal he believes is beneficial for the team both now and moving forward, he may just roll
The NHL Awards took place last night in Las Vegas, and was very interesting to watch. There didn’t seem to be too many surprises, and many finalists were very close (in terms of voting points) for many awards. There were also the many somber and touching moments that showed why the NHL and hockey in
To coincide with the NHL and NBA drafts taking place in the coming days, MSG Networks announced it will be launching its first ever “Rookie Week.” The programming event starts Monday, and will showcase the best rookies to ever play in the Tri-State Area’s hockey and basketball teams. Features like interviews with members of the
It’s been over 24 hours since the New Jersey Devils season has ended, and while the bitterness of defeat may still loom large, it should not cloud over the fact this was one of their best seasons in years. The positive takeaways from this season are plentiful and give us plenty to look forward to.
Last night in Newark, New Jersey Devils fans watched playoff hockey at the Prudential Center, something we haven’t seen in recent years. Going into last night’s contest down 2-0 in their series against the Tampa Bay Lightning, we saw the Devils start fighting back and playing their game. The Lightning started getting frustrated as the
Author’s TWITTER Through the first three months this season, second-year Devils defenseman Ben Lovejoy only appeared in 17 of New Jersey’s first 34 games. Since 2018, Lovejoy has played in every game for the Devils, bringing his seasonal total to 41 contests. Since signing in 2016, Lovejoy has become somewhat of a scapegoat for the team’s
Follow me on Twitter: @a_chauvancy23 Coming into the season, the New Jersey Devils had a number of questions facing them, one of which was how their defense would hold up given the makeup of their blue line. As a unit, they’ve expectedly struggled, but with the acquisition of Sami Vatanen, are hoping to find improvement
Follow me on Twitter: @a_chauvancy23 In a shocker of a trade, the New Jersey Devils acquired defenseman Sami Vatanen and a conditional third round pick from the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for Adam Henrique, Joseph Blandisi, and a 2018 third-round pick. The Devils have been in the market for a puck-moving defenseman and got their