March 26th, 2016 In Devils Management, New Jersey Devils 0 comments

While the Devils’ regular season may not end the way fans had hoped, Ray Shero’s first year as New Jersey’s general manager has been a success. Shero’s inaugural year with the Devils could simply be defined as thrifty and opportunistic. It started with the hiring of former Wilkes-Barre Scranton head coach John Hynes, who is delivering a...

March 25th, 2016 In Canadiens Transactions, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils 0 comments

While Devante Smith-Pelly is making it even easier to second-guess the Montreal Canadiens these days, it isn’t exactly hard to play devil’s advocate and defend the team. Smith-Pelly Leads All Players Smith-Pelly leads all players traded at the deadline with seven goals (10 games) since that fateful day. In 46 contests with the Habs this...

March 24th, 2016 In Devils Goaltending, Devils History, New Jersey Devils 0 comments

First game. First start. First win. You gotta support the team! Rookie goaltender Scott Wedgewood made a stellar first impression and gave the New Jersey Devils all the support they'd need, in a 2-1 victory against the Columbus Blue Jackets. In fact, Wedgewood's 27-save effort was so impressive, Head Coach John Hynes announced he'll get the...

March 22nd, 2016 In Injury Report, New Jersey Devils, News 0 comments

New Jersey Devils forward Mike Cammalleri has been ruled out for the remainder of the season, the team announced Tuesday. Cammalleri dealt on and off with a wrist or hand injury for the second half of the season, after starting the season at a nearly point per game pace. It was a huge start to his year in the second season of a five-year deal...

March 22nd, 2016 In Devils Goaltending, New Jersey Devils 0 comments

For Scott Wedgewood his first call up to the NHL came at the perfect time; because he had no time to over think things before making his debut with the New Jersey Devils. Wedgewood played (and won) in net for the Albany Devils in the AHL Saturday night on the road against the Utica Comets before he and defenseman Vojtech Mozik received word that...

March 20th, 2016 In Devils Transactions, New Jersey Devils 0 comments

It's no secret that the Devils have a shortage of dynamite scorers. They currently have just four active players with more than 30 points this season (Kyle Palmieri, Adam Henrique, Travis Zajac, and Michael Cammalleri), and one of them has missed half of this season. They have the fewest goals scored this season (162 through 72 games), and the...

March 18th, 2016 In New Jersey Devils 0 comments

One positive to come out of the New Jersey Devils’ 2015-16 regular season has been the obvious improvement in some of the team’s young players. It was well-known that this would be the year that some of the team's prospects would finally have a genuine opportunity to play more consistently with the big club. It has not been a perfect road for...

March 10th, 2016 In Hockey History, New Jersey Devils, Philadelphia Flyers, Top 10 Lists 0 comments

Since 1982, the Philadelphia Flyers and New Jersey Devils have been Turnpike rivals. The two have met during the Stanley Cup Playoffs on five occasions, including twice in the Eastern Conference Finals, with the Devils holding the series edge on the Flyers, 3-2. During the 1990s, the road to an Eastern Conference title, if not an old Atlantic...

March 10th, 2016 In New Jersey Devils 0 comments

The New Jersey Devils still have 15 games left in their season, but they sit six points back of the final playoff spot (held by the Detroit Red Wings), with multiple teams in front of them. By the way, they have gathered only four points over the past ten games. Oh, we forgot to mention that they are missing their starting goaltender for at least...

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