The Devils rally from down 2 to take down the Canucks in an endless shootout
As one of the few healthy NHL forwards on the New Jersey Devils right now, Travis Zajac has continued to have another useful season in a career full of them. So much so that he remains as a cornerstone player for the Devils as he gets older.
The New Jersey Devils have seen their pool of injured players continue to grow and grow this season. With nothing left to play for this season, should the Devils keep their injured players sidelined to protect them for next season?
The Devils came to play following Tuesday's terrible perfromance in Calgary, and ended a 7-game skid.
Grit is what gives a hockey player his power. It surrounds us and penetrates us. It binds the hockey galaxy together...
Nikita Popugaev, Brett Seney and an update on the current roster for Adirondack from Tracey Lake as the Thunder continue their push for a hopeful post-season berth
The Devils defense left Mackenzie Blackwood out to fend for himself, as an endless number of defense breakdowns lead to another Devils loss.
Week 22 of the 2018-19 prospect update saw both Devils KHL prospects advance in the playoffs, Akira Schmid continue to shine in the USHL, and Jesper Boqvist produce in the SHL.
There are 13 games left in the season. How many will the New Jersey Devils win? Opinions and projections vary so let’s discuss it and offer our guesses anyway.
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 3/11/19
The Washington Capitals have taken the top spot in the Metropolitan Division after sweeping this past week. The middle of the division remains crowded as only the New Jersey Devils seem to get this "tanking" thing. Let’s look back at the week that was and ahead to the week that will be in this week’s Metropolitan Division snapshot.
Binghamton came to play with some competitive action and came close to pulling off an upset, but Amerks would eventually prevail in a 5-3 win
Cory Schneider was excellent, the power play finally scored a goal, but the New Jersey Devils lost a lead in the third period to lose in regulation 2-4 to Our Hated Rivals, the New York Rangers. This is a recap of yet another disappointing loss.
With the lineup that the New Jersey Devils are throwing out there night in and night out, it presents opportunities for younger players to showcase their talents. However, former first round pick John Quenneville is still relegated to the 4th line with minimal minutes, not a good sign.