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The Case For Sergei Brylin: Should No. 18 Hang From The Rafters?

Follow me on Twitter Note: This article is the opinion solely of its writer and does not reflect the opinion of the entire DAB staff and admins. As we all know, Patrik Elias is going to be the fifth New Jersey Devil to have his number retired, which will occur on February 24 against the New

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Three Teams With Cap Issues The Devils Can Exploit

Author’s Twitter Ray Shero was recently quoted saying improving the Devils defense would remain a priority for the remainder of the summer. The pickings are slim of what’s left in the free agent market, but Shero does have the cap space and assets to improve his team’s defense via trade. Between teams above or at the

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Free Agent Profile: Thomas Vanek

Follow me on Twitter: @a_chauvancy23 It’s no secret that the New Jersey Devils are looking to add extra scoring this offseason. Much like the free agent class for defensemen, there are limited forward options as well. Alex Radulov will headline the class, and that’s even if he makes it to July 1st. After that, it’s

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Free Agent Profile: Brendan Smith

Follow me on Twitter: @a_chauvancy23 Come July 1st, the Devils will be looking for defense, and it comes during an offseason where there aren’t a ton of upper-echelon defenseman available for New Jersey. Last week I wrote about Michael Stone being an option for the Devils in free agency, but would be best if they

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Standings Watch: How Low Can the Devils Go?

Author’s TWITTER   With three games left and eons away from a playoff spot, there isn’t much worth looking forward to for the remainder of the New Jersey Devils 2016-2017 season. Save Patty’s Last Lap that’s set to occur this Saturday, these final three games hold little meaning. The primary purpose of this article is to

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Recap: Palmieri’s Two Goal Night Leads Devils Past Red Wings

Game Summary In what was a wild finish, the New Jersey Devils held off the Detroit Red Wings by a score of 4-3. Stefan Noesen got the scoring started after he put in a rebound off his backhand from a Pavel Zacha shot; his second in as many games. Not long after, Kyle Palmieri managed

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Game Preview: New Jersey Set to Take On a Struggling Red Wings Team

Match Overview Fresh off a 5-4 shootout victory, the Devils return to the ice to take on a struggling Detroit Red Wings team. The Red wings got off to a good start in the early part of the season, but have struggled since then and are 3-6-1 in their last ten games. For years, they’ve

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Free Agent Profile: Jiri Hudler

Lost in all the talk about Steven Stamkos, Milan Lucic, and Loui Erickson are some real hidden gems in this year’s free agent class. One of those players is right wing Jiri Hudler, who’s coming off another solid season split between playing for the Calgary Flames and Florida Panthers. After posting career numbers of 31

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Undisciplined Play Doomed Devils’ 2015-2016 Season

The New Jersey Devils emerge a winless team out of the weekend, but gained nor lost any ground in the standings. Last night’s game was the latest instance of the Devils failing to capitalize on a winnable opportunity against a team they’re neck-in-neck with. Had they won both contests this weekend, the Devils would only

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DAB Tidbits: Devils on Track to Miss 2016 Playoffs

After last night’s thrilling yet crushing overtime loss to the Washington Capitals, the New Jersey Devils lie five points out of the final playoff spot with seven games left. We now have a clearer picture on what New Jersey’s bleak playoff chances look like from a numerical perspective – i.e. what the Devils’ mathematical ceiling

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