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RECAP: Devils Swedes Lead In 6-2 Routing

Game Summary The Devils picked up right where they left off after Saturday afternoon’s 4-1 victory against Colorado by laying a 6-2 thumping on the Buffalo Sabres yesterday. The Devils got two goals apiece from Swedish forwards Marcus Johansson and Jesper Bratt, while Nico Hischier tallied the first career NHL point in what was a

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Devils Roster Breakdown: The Permanent Fixtures

Follow me on Twitter Yesterday, the New Jersey Devils unveiled their 23-man NHL roster, which was submitted just before the mid-afternoon deadline. While most of the roster was what Devils fans expected, there were a few surprises that caused some fans to raise eyebrows and even trigger some slight outrage. Forwards like John Quenneville and Joseph

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Recap: Young Guns Shine In Devils Preseason Opener

Last night, the New Jersey Devils played NHL hockey for the first time in five months. They treated a small but enthusiastic crowd at the Prudential Center with a 4-1 win over the Washington Capitals. While the game was relatively slow in some parts, the Devils had a commendable showing that was spearheaded by a

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Devils Add Drew Stafford on Short-Term Deal

Follow me on Twitter: @a_chauvancy23 After extending a PTO to Jimmy Hayes on Wednesday, the Devils continued adding to their right wing depth Friday by signing Drew Stafford to a one-year, one-way contract worth $800k. He’s coming off a down year, where he tallied 8 goals and 21 points in 58 games between the Winnipeg

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A Permanent Move to Wing Appears Likely for John Quenneville

Follow me on Twitter: @a_chauvancy23 As the dog of days of the NHL offseason are upon us, there has been little news with the Devils regarding any further signings or trades. Although activity has been bleak, New Jersey was busy with their development camp featuring the team’s top prospects all of last week. There were

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The Devils Could Use Another Right Winger. What Options do They Have?

Follow me on Twitter: @a_chauvancy23  By acquiring Marcus Johansson, the New Jersey Devils took care of a major need up front. He puts up points and has previously played any one of the forward positions. That being said, Johansson says he’s most comfortable playing left wing. If that’s where he’ll probably find himself to start

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Who Will the Devils Protect? Who Will Vegas Take?

Note: This article is the solely the opinion of its writer and does not reflect the entire Devils Army Blog staff. Author’s Twitter The NHL expansion draft is returning for the first time in 17 years, taking place on June 21, 2017 for the Las Vegas Golden Knights. They’re allowed to select one player from

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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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How Many Goals Separated the Devils From the Playoffs?

Author’s TWITTER   In a nutshell, a lot. To accurately answer this question, however, we have to look at the big picture. The Devils missed the playoffs by a whopping 25 points. Going 28-40-14, New Jersey lost 54 games, which was the second-most behind the Colorado Avalanche (60). In retrospect, 25 points equates to 12.5 pointless

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The Quiet Consistency of Beau Bennett at Even-Strength.

Author’s Twitter Needless to say, it’s been a rough year for the Devils. They’ve had trouble scoring goals and their defense has been plagued by numerous miscues that have them mired in one of their worst seasons in franchise history. Ray Shero made quite a few acquisitions this offseason; some of which have panned out

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