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Top 10 NHL UFA’s Available: August Edition

As the summer approaches it’s end there are still plenty of names available on the free-agent market as teams shift their focus towards their arbitration cases. If we stay true to not […]

by · August 1, 2014 · 1 comment · Free Agents, News/Commentary
Back for the Third Time, Scott Clemmensen’s Top 10 Devils Moments

Back for the Third Time, Scott Clemmensen’s Top 10 Devils Moments

On July 1, 2014, the New Jersey Devils dove into free agency to improve their team heading into 2014-15 and beyond. It was no secret that Cory Schneider was going […]

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New Jersey Devils Social Media Guide

In comparison to some other teams in the NHL, the New Jersey Devils fan base isn’t quite the size of some others (think Toronto, Montreal, Detroit), but their diehard fans […]

by · July 19, 2014 · 1 comment · Albany Devils, New Jersey Devils
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Brodeur Preparing for the Unknown

  There aren’t many things that Martin Brodeur hasn’t done during his illustrious career, but the 21-season veteran is now preparing to enter the free agency for the first time […]

by · July 17, 2014 · 0 comments · NHL Goaltending
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Top 10 NHL UFA’s Available Mid-Summer

The summer is entering it’s mid-point with many names off the board. That said there are still plenty of names available including; Martin Brodeur, Daniel Alfredsson, Dustin Penner and Michael […]

Tomas Hertl is experiencing reality for the first time in his young career (Anne-Marie Sorvin-USA TODAY Sports).

Hockey News: Team Canada Changes; Hertl Injury

Reading too much into Twitter: Steven Stamkos edition. [The Leafs Nation] Tom Renney is the new President of Hockey Canada. [Puck Daddy] Formerly the coach of Canada’s National women’s team, […]

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Martin Brodeur: Wins, Shutouts, Saves, and Statistics Unmasked

On June 16, 1990, the New Jersey Devils drafted goaltender Martin Brodeur 20th overall with their first pick in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft. For the first time after 24 […]

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Hockey News: Arbitration for Subban; Giroux Apologizes

Ryan Johansen thinks he is worth a lot of money. The Blue Jackets want him to prove it before they hand out the big bucks. The NHL circle of life, […]

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The NHL’s Most Unbreakable Records

Many athletes believe – or at least pretend to believe – that records are made to be broken. If that’s the case, they haven’t taken a look at the NHL’s […]

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Penguins’ to Pursue At Least Four Players in Free Agency

The NHL’s annual free agent signing period opens today at 12PM eastern time. The Pittsburgh Penguins figure to continue the overhaul of this season’s roster by adding a few new […]

by · July 1, 2014 · 0 comments · Pittsburgh Penguins
Chris Osgood after beating Chicago to advance to the 2009 Stanley Cup Finals (Dustin Bradford/Icon SMI)

Making the Hall of Fame Case for Chris Osgood

Earlier this week, the Hockey Hall of Fame opened its doors to four outstanding players. Peter Forsberg, Dominik Hasek, Mike Modano, and Rob Blake were outstanding players and the easy […]

Brodeur wants one more chance at a Stanley Cup (Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports)

11 Years Later: Brodeur Deserved The Conn Smythe Trophy

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 […]