While the Albany Devils were on their way to defeating the Utica Comets Sunday evening at the Times Union Center, a not-so-secret transaction took place under the radar: Maxime Clermont […]
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The New Jersey Devils will enter the post-Olympic break portion of their schedule with a record of 24-22-13. Their 61 points are good enough for seventh in the Metropolitan Division, […]
Martin Brodeur stood just beyond what would normally be first base when the opening puck was dropped for his professional outdoor hockey game debut at Yankee Stadium. In what could […]
After missing 14 games with a knee injury, Damien Brunner returned to the New Jersey Devils lineup on January 21 and finished with a goal and two assists in a […]
Cory Schneider has put up some great statistics in his first season with the New Jersey Devils, but often has been the hard luck loser with little-to-no goal support in […]
With an 8-6-6 record at Prudential Center it’s safe to say the New Jersey Devils have been wildly inconsistent at home so far.
With games against the Wild, Jets and Devils, the Buffalo Sabres will looking to build upon momentum from last week.
The “soap opera” that has been the Canucks’ goaltending situation has quieted down this season after a couple years of drama surrounding the position. The instability started in earnest during […]
No matter how tough you may think you have things, there’s someone else out there that has it tougher. That applies to hockey as well. This season the New Jersey […]
Franchise goalies don’t grow on trees, and with the legendary Martin Brodeur nearing the end of his career, the New Jersey Devils did an admirable job of snatching up Cory […]
There’s a saying that no two snowflakes are alike, but there should also be a saying that no two NHL goalies are alike. Goalies are unique and honestly you kind […]
Ask New Jersey Devils General Manager Lou Lamoriello about an appropriate time to evaluate his team and he’ll usually give you a benchmark of 20 games or so. So somewhere […]