Category Archives: New Jersey Devils

Adam Larsson Traded for Taylor Hall and Free Agency Looming

Yesterday was one of the craziest half hours of offseason hockey news possibly ever. It all started when the New Jersey Devils shocked the NHL community by sending defenseman Adam Larsson to the Edmonton Oilers for star forward Taylor Hall. … Continue reading

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Devils Go Offense, Offense and More Offense at 2016 Draft

Ray Shero made it clear when he was asked about what he was looking for before the 2016 NHL Entry Draft. He said he wanted to add more talent to the Devils and that’s exactly what he did. First round? … Continue reading

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Devils Turn Plentiful Cap Space Into Second Round Draft Pick

Ray Shero still hasn’t made a single move I don’t like. The GM of the Devils just keeps impressing as he goes about fixing the mess that was left for him. Today he traded minor leaguers Graham Black and Paul … Continue reading

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Patrik Elias, Devils Cap 2015-2016 Season in the Most Perfect Way

Coming into the season, nobody expected the Devils to be any good. Most had them in the bottom five in the NHL. A few eternal optimists thought they could grab a wild card spot and make the playoffs for the … Continue reading

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Ray Shero Has Solid Deadline Acquiring Picks and Depth

Leading up to the trade deadline, there was some uncertainty as to what Ray Shero and the Devils would do. Since they were still in the playoff race, would they hold onto their players and try to make an unlikely run? … Continue reading

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Devils Show Fight In Comeback Victory Against Rangers

If it’s possible to have “must win” games in February, last night’s contest against the Rangers seemed to be one for the Devils. Coming into the game on the heels of a three game losing streak, the Devils desperately needed … Continue reading

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Examining Why the Devils’ Bottom Six Holds Them Back

If you’ve watched the New Jersey Devils for the entirety of the 2015-2016 season, you know their biggest weakness is the bottom six forwards. The top six forwards have done their part carrying whatever offense the Devils can muster up. … Continue reading

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Seth Helgeson Should Remain a Regular on the Devils’ Defense

On January 22, the New Jersey Devils called up 25-year-old defenseman Seth Helgeson from Albany due to an injury to John Moore. With Jon Merrill also on IR, the Devils needed another body to help out on the blue line. … Continue reading

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Cory Schneider Is Elite; Devils Down Flyers In OT

Where would the New Jersey Devils be without Cory Schneider? Last in the NHL? Possibly. Fighting for a playoff spot? No chance. It’s simply amazing what the Devils’ goaltender has been able to do this season. He singlehandedly keeps the … Continue reading

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Honoring A Legend: The One and Only Martin Brodeur

In a few hours, legendary New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur will have his number 30 raised to the rafters forever. He will be joining other Devil greats Scott Stevens (#4), Ken Daneyko (#3) and Scott Niedermayer (#27). One day … Continue reading

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