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Was This Offseason A Complete Letdown?

Author’s TWITTER Going into the offseason, the New Jersey Devils were flushed with cap space, draft picks, and other tradable assets. With a glaring need of genuine talent on defense and supplementary offensive depth (yet again), the consensus of Devils fans predicted that drastic changes were inevitable, and the organization would enter the coming season

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Devils Might Have To Wait For Improvements On Defense

Author’s Twitter We’re two weeks into summer free agency and about a month into the 2017 offseason. With their needs apparent, most of the New Jersey Devils fan base anticipated a busy offseason…and were largely disappointed. While the first overall selection of Nico Hischier along with the acquisitions of Brian Boyle and Marcus Johansson were laudable

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Three Mistakes the Devils Must Avoid This Offseason

Author’s TWITTER   With the playoffs winding down, speculation is under way on what Ray Shero will do with his abundance of cap space, draft picks, and the upcoming expansion draft. In what could be the most eventful offseason in Newark since 2010, the current position New Jersey is in has to be a career-first for

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DAB Conference Final Predictions

We’re halfway through the playoffs and down to four teams competing to hoist the Stanley Cup. I think I can safely say not many of our playoff brackets turned out the way any of us expected, but that’s what has been so great about these playoffs. The onslaught of series upsets however, do reflect on

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DAB Conference Semi-Final Predictions

We were treated to an electrifying first round that was filled with surprises, upsets, and downright beatdowns. With the competition getting tighter as the second round is set to begin tonight, the admins and writing staff at Devils Army Blog have reconvened and submitted their second round predictions. Compare your picks with ours to see

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Why Devante Smith-Pelly Fits in New Jersey’s Future Plans

Author’s TWITTER The New Jersey Devils have at least one or two scapegoat players every year for the fans to take out their frustrations on. Last year it was pretty much anyone on the third or fourth line. This year players like Jon Merrill, Mike Cammalleri, and Devante Smith-Pelly have been subjected to the most scrutiny.

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Devils Claim Ex-first Round Pick Stefan Noesen

    Who is Stefan Noesen? Stefan Noesen is a 6’2”, 205 pound 23-year old American-born right winger. He was drafted in the first-round of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, 21st overall by the Ottawa Senators. He played his junior-hockey career with the Plymouth Whalers of the OHL from 2009-2013. Although Noesen was drafted by

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Three Forwards Hold Key to Devils Midseason Turnaround

Author’s TWITTER   The New Jersey Devils emerged from their recent road trip on a three-game winning streak and three points out of the second wildcard spot in the Eastern Conference. Considering how the Devils were over ten points out at one point, most people thought it was pretty inconceivable for the Devils to become relevant

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Recap: Hall Lifts Devils Past Ducks for First Win of the Season

Recap It was quite the home debut for Taylor Hall. He scored two power play goals in the second period that would ultimately be enough for the Devils to notch their first win of the 2016-17 season. The Devils came out a bit shaky in the early minutes of the first period. They took two

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