New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 11/14/18
Fighting off a winless streak, a less than full-strength roster, an opponent looking for revenge, and some poor refereeing, the New Jersey Devils prevailed over the Pittsburgh Penguins. This recap goes into justice, resilience, Taylor Hall’s four point night, and more.
Week 6 of the 2018-19 prospect update saw Ty Smith represent the WHL against Russia, the Devils college prospects all have productive weekends, and Akira Schmid continue to play in the USHL.
Not that anyone ever doubted it would happen, but tonight is the Induction Ceremony for Martin Brodeur and the 2018 Class for the Hockey Hall of Fame. This is the perfect epilogue for an epic career by the Greatest Devil ever. Marty Forever.
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 11/12/18
The losing continued as the Devils concluded their road trip with a stop in Winnipeg. This post recaps where everything went wrong once again and the few things that went right for the team.
In this edition of the Weekly Metropolitan Division Snapshot, the Columbus Blue Jackets have taken first. However, they are not safe as second through seventh place are between one and three points behind them. This post goes over what happened last week and what is coming up next for all eight teams in the division.
Four first period goals led the way in a 5-1 rout past Utica, as Binghamton earned four out of a possible four points on the weekend to stay in the thick of things in the North Division in third place
While the Devils are mired in a really poor road trip, and it would be easy to harp on the negatives, instead let’s discuss some positivity around this team. For me, one positive has to be the improved play of Mirco Mueller.
Charlotte suffers just their second loss in 12 games and first on the road as Binghamton hunkered down after a timely TO call that resulted in three unanswered goals in the victory
The New Jersey Devils went into this game looking to show a lot of "compete" tonight. Their compete sucked as the Toronto Maple Leafs blew them out by five goals. This recap is not cheery or relatively long; it was another bad game on this bad road trip.
It’s been a rough few weeks after a big start to the season for the Devils. Which is the real version of this team?
Looking at five topics surrounding our New Jersey Devils as they head to Toronto for action tomorrow night.
Taylor Hall carried the Devils on his back last year — leading the team in points by 41 and collecting NJ’s first MVP award. The PP production has continued, but at even strength, he’s come up largely empty.
We talk hockey as Binghamton Devils’ related returns for the Bites and with it, a new feature covering the Thunder’s strong start out of the gate, along with numbers in the AHL and three first round picks currently on the roster