Longtime fans and observers of the New Jersey Devils, can appreciate great defence and a gritty, grind it out attitude. Once again, something is building and bubbling on the blue […]
Michael Gwizdala | @MichaelTHW
Michael Gwizdala covers the New Jersey Devils for The Hockey Writers. Michael has also written for the Times Union and has been published on numerous outlets on the web. Additionally, Michael was once a Media Relations intern for the AHL Albany River Rats. Michael is also a graduate of The College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY.
Recent Articles by Michael
Those squares on your calendar, just got a lot more circular. That’s what happens when the NHL releases the 2014-15 schedule. There won’t be an Olympic break. There will be […]
The date was June 9, 2003. When the final horn sounded, the New Jersey Devils were Stanley Cup champions for the third time in franchise history, defeating the Mighty Ducks […]
Twenty years is a long time. Much has changed since 1994 in the NHL and on the New York sports landscape. Back then, a Canadian team (Montreal Canadiens) was the […]
If your team has won a Stanley Cup, chances are that season was most special to you. However, there are seasons in which one can look back on fondly, even […]
Up until this season, it has been quite some time since a New Jersey Devils affiliated team in Albany has qualified for the AHL Calder Cup playoffs. To be precise, […]
By now you’re looking at the Stanley Cup playoff bracket and obviously you know that the New Jersey Devils are nowhere to be found. That’s not to say it was […]
For the second consecutive season and the third time in four years, the New Jersey Devils will not be participating in the Stanley Cup playoffs.
The shootout. Once lauded by fans of the bygone International Hockey League and embraced by the modern NHL fan, is now waning in support. One need look no further than […]
In sports, we tend to overuse superlatives like heart, hustle, intangibles, chemistry, “it factor,” etc. We’ll label a player, “hard nosed” and “hard working,” in lieu of the numbers, because […]
When breaking down the keys to second half success for the New Jersey Devils, I noted how the club would need more production from number 14 in 2014. At the […]
If I had my druthers, Martin Brodeur would finish his career with the New Jersey Devils. At this point, the Devils probably aren’t going to get a huge haul for […]