When the New Jersey Devils were winning Stanley Cups, their foundation was built with smart and deep draft picks, coupled with shrewd trades. Ah but how was the current edition […]
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This season has seen Jaromir Jagr continue to climb up the NHL record book. Presently, Jagr is seventh all-time in goals and points, totaling 696 and 1,727. Currently Jagr has […]
You know what really grinds my gears? (Thanks Family Guy and fellow THW writer, Sean Griffin) Game-winning goals. Game-winning goals (hereinafter “GWGs”) have been a noteworthy topic around the NHL […]
Back in October we all saw Sidney Crosby do this to fellow Cole Harbour denizen Nathan MacKinnon: Crosby’s deke is all footwork. MacKinnon bites hard. It’s a crafty, veteran move […]
Here’s a blast from the past…and the news about this player selection in particular was very stunning. In a effort to relive the glory of the 1998 Gold Medal victory, […]
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.
Through the first half of the 2013-14 NHL campaign, the New Jersey Devils stand at 17-16-2-6 (42 points). Over .500 and in the hunt for one of the final playoff […]
Dion Phaneuf will be a Maple Leaf for the next seven years. Is he worth the money? [National Post] More reaction to the Phaneuf contract extension. [The Leafs Nation] Would […]
When Jaromir Jagr decided on a return to North America in 2011 after playing out a three-year contract with Omsk Avangard of the Kontinental Hockey League, rumors of the Czech […]
With games against the Wild, Jets and Devils, the Buffalo Sabres will looking to build upon momentum from last week.
Instead of just reflecting on the current fantasy hockey season, it is time to take a step back and relax. This morning, I decided to give my new tablet a […]
When New Jersey Devils right winger Jaromir Jagr gracefully slid a backhand shot between the legs of Ottawa Senators goaltender Robin Lehner at 2:06 of the second period on Wednesday […]