Where Does Ryane Clowe Fit In New Jersey Devils’ Offense?
Ryane Clowe was one of the big signings made by the New Jersey Devils this offseason. He was brought in to provide toughness on offense and to collect some dirty goals. It looked like they were paying Clowe for what [...]
Today’s NHL Decision Shows New Jersey Devils Are In Good Hands
The NHL made a decision today to reverse part of the ruling that cost the New Jersey Devils this year’s first round pick, a third round pick in 2011, and $3 million in penalties. The original ruling was regarding the [...]
New Jersey Devils Escape With Win In Martin Brodeur’s Potential Swansong With Franchise
Amid days worth of rumors, the New Jersey Devils took care of business at night. They took on the Detroit Red Wings in a crucial matchup to their playoff chances. They escaped with the win after almost giving it away. [...]
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New Jersey Devils: A Martin Brodeur Trade Is A No-Win Situation For Everyone
There have been rumors swirling that New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur has waived his no-trade clause. He is the NHL leader in almost every goalie category, so most teams should line up to have the services of Brodeur, right? [...]
Jaromir Jagr Makes History With New Jersey Devils; How Great Could He Have Been Without Lost Seasons?
Jaromir Jagr became just the seventh player in NHL history to record 700 goals in a career as he helped the New Jersey Devils destroy their rivals, the New York Islanders, 6-1. It is hard to think about Jagr’s career without wondering [...]
New Jersey Devils Come Out Flying, Put Columbus Blue Jackets on Their Heels
With only four players representing their countries at the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games, the New Jersey Devils were expecting to come out tonight well rested and ready to play against the Columbus Blue Jackets, and that’s exactly what they did. [...]
Columbus Blue Jackets, New Jersey Devils Battle Will Decide Who Wants Playoffs More
The 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi are now just a distant, fond memory. The Olympic torch has been extinguished, and the NHL‘s “Big Freeze” has quickly thawed out. The league already had a handful of post-Olympic games played Wednesday, but [...]
Will New Jersey Devils Use Their Other Amnesty Buyout?
After the lockout, the NHL put in a rule that said over the next two summers, every team can use an amnesty buyout for players they made mistakes on. Some teams used it more than others, but the Philadelphia Flyers used [...]
Adam Henrique Will Be Key To New Jersey Devils’ Second Half
Adam Henrique has been one of the streakiest players on the New Jersey Devils all season. He doesn’t have a multi-goal game and will go on serious cold streaks where he can’t find the back of the net. It is just like [...]
Will Olympic Break Motivate New Jersey Devils In Season’s Second Half?
It is arguable to say the New Jersey Devils needed the break more than any other team (I am sure Vancouver Canucks fans will be the first to argue). They are on a roller coaster season that has seen countless [...]