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What Did The Devils Get? The Mirco Mueller Trade

Over the weekend, the New Jersey Devils traded Boston’s second round pick and Nashville’s fourth round pick to the San Jose Sharks for Mirco Mueller and a 5th round pick. Many fans immediately questioned this trade due to receiving a relatively unknown defenseman for two picks, one being a mid-second rounder. There is a reason

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DEVILS: (Trade) Winds of Change

These may be the dog days of the offseason for Devils fans, but the activity will be picking up soon as late June promises to be one of the most exciting times in hockey in recent memory. On June 18, teams’ expansion draft protection lists will be released, which will allow for more speculation, analysis

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Evaluating Damon Severson, Who Took a Positive Step in 2016-17

Follow me on Twitter: @a_chauvancy23  Going into the season, a lot of uncertainty surrounded the Devils group of defensemen. They lost Adam Larsson and David Schlemko and were replaced by the likes of Ben Lovejoy and Kyle Quincey, both of whom failed to have any significant impact in New Jersey. As a unit, the Devils

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Looking Back at Cory Schneider’s 2016-17 Season

Follow me on Twitter: @a_chauvancy23 Entering the 2016-17 season, there were a lot of unknowns surrounding the New Jersey Devils. They acquired Taylor Hall and in doing so, lost one of their key pieces on the blue line in Adam Larsson. They also lost an underrated puck-moving defenseman in David Schlemko to the San Jose

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Increased Shot Totals Paying Off for Devils Defense

Author’s TWITTER   While they aren’t close to sitting comfortably above the wildcard threshold with more than half the season left to play, the New Jersey Devils are a vastly improved team from last year’s. While their goal totals are pretty much the same as they were at this point last season, the way the Devils

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Damon Severson Relishing Top-Pairing Opportunity

Author’s Twitter In the wake of the Adam Larsson/Taylor Hall swap, the new primary concern that materialized on the Devils roster was their defensive depth. Although they acquired a top-tier forward who brought an element that this Devils team hasn’t had in years, the return as we all know was costly, and had to be a

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New Jersey Devils 2016-2017 Season Preview

It’s finally here. Tonight, the New Jersey Devils are set to begin their 2016-2017 regular season campaign and are out to prove a lot of doubters wrong. Another transformative offseason has led to the formation of a roster that’s barely recognizable from the team that skated in last year’s regular season finale. New Jersey goes

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How Ray Shero Stifled the Defenseman Market

Author’s TWITTER   There never seems to be a shortage of trade speculation in the hockey world. Since the draft, seven different trade deals have been completed throughout the league that saw players of all positions, prospects, and draft picks involved. Among the seven trades that transpired over the past three months, one of the

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Three Devils with Make-or-Break Seasons in 2016-2017

With training camp set to begin next week, speculation will intensify on what the final roster looks like for the New Jersey Devils. While this year’s group is going to be vastly different than last season’s, management brought back a decent number of players from the 2015-2016 squad that they’re still hoping become building blocks

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2016-2017 New Jersey Devils: Where’s the Grit?

Without question, the New Jersey Devils have vastly improved with training camp only a few weeks away. General Manager Ray Shero did a tremendous job in retooling the offense, giving the Devils their best look up front in years. The blue line remains a bit of a question mark, and we can take New Jersey’s

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