February 28th, 2016 In Devils Transactions, Editor's Choice, New Jersey Devils 0 comments

The Retirement July 11, 2013 was a very strange day for the New Jersey Devils and their fans. They were a year removed from losing to the Kings in the Stanley Cup finals, as well as losing top player Zach Parise to the Wild in free agency. Some speculation as to why the Devils couldn't land Parise involves one of the more ludicrous contracts...

February 25th, 2016 In Devils Prospects, Editor's Choice, OHL, Top Stories 0 comments

Have you seen him in person? He’s quite the specimen to look at and that really helps when it comes to developing a world class goalie. Mackenzie Blackwood of the Ontario Hockey League’s (OHL) Barrie Colts is one of the hottest goalies coming into the NHL right now. After speaking with him and Colt’s Goalie Coach, Mike Rosati about his...

February 19th, 2016 In Editor's Choice, New Jersey Devils, Top Stories 0 comments

If you’ve ever met New Jersey Devils defenseman Andy Greene before you’d know that he’s not the loudest guy in a room, ever. But that doesn’t mean he isn’t an effective leader and respected by his teammates. “He’s a calming influence all over the ice. He’s on the penalty kill for us every night. Certainly, when he speaks up in the...

February 13th, 2016 In Devils History, Editor's Choice, New Jersey Devils, Top Stories 0 comments

Martin Brodeur had his no. 30 rightfully retired and raised to the Prudential Center rafters on February 9 — a night that New Jersey Devils fans had been anticipating since the late 1990s when the young goaltender took the NHL by storm and would eventually shatter and own just about every goaltending record that stood in the league when he made...

February 11th, 2016 In Devils History, New Jersey Devils 0 comments

Getting wrapped up in nostalgia is easy in sports. Memories, stories and legends loom larger with the passage of time. With the retirement of Martin Brodeur's No. 30, there's come much speculation on which New Jersey Devils player should be the next to have his jersey raised to the rafters. Yes, that era of Devils hockey was special but one can't...

February 8th, 2016 In Devils Goaltending, Devils History, Hockey History, New Jersey Devils 0 comments

When one thinks of ways to describe Martin Brodeur, many words come to mind. Stanley Cup champion. Gold medal winner. Vezina Trophy winner. Workhorse. Consistent. Clutch. Class. You don't have to take my word for it, you could ask some of Marty's teammates and that's just what I did. A rookie in name only In the 1993-94 campaign, Brodeur became...

February 7th, 2016 In New Jersey Devils, News 0 comments

The New Jersey Devils are taking some time to celebrate the recently retired Martin Brodeur, including a number retirement and an unveiling of a statue on Tuesday, February 9. In advance of that ceremony, the team brought in Broedur to drop a ceremonial puck before Saturday's game against the Washington Capitals. It was a ceremonial puck drop...

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