Have the New Jersey Devils scored an expected number of goals this season? Based on the expected goal model through Sean Tierney’s shot maps, the answer is yes. This post goes through the data from those maps for every Devil and found out who is beating expectations and who is not.
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 12/12/18
Week 10 of the 2018-19 prospect update saw Akira Schmid and Fabian Zetterlund get invited to their respective countries pre-WJC camps, Reilly Walsh not get invited by USA Hockey, Mitchell Hoelscher stay hot, and Gilles Senn return to NLA action.
Out-played and out-performed. The New Jersey Devils were dominated by the San Jose Sharks in a 2-5 defeat in most aspects of the game of hockey. This is a recap of another loss this season where the Devils were out-classed by their opponent
Since the New Jersey Devils have fallen to the bottom of the East, one wants to know why. This post explores whether the third period has been problematic for the New Jersey Devils this season. There are problems, but it may not be what you may have thought.
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 12/10/18
Tonight, the New Jersey Devils did something rare: they scored three goals against themselves as they went on to lose 5-6 in a shootout loss to the Anaheim Ducks. Stefan Noesen, Ben Lovejoy, and Andy Greene scored against Cory Schneider tonight. This recap goes over the game and those unbelievable mistakes.
In this week’s Metropolitan Division snapshot, the Washington Capitals have an actual hold on first place in the division; the Pittsburgh Penguins did well and moved up one spot; and the rest is a clump of teams. This post will go over the week that was and the week coming up for all eight teams in the division.
Lots to be told in this event as the Binghamton Devils lose their third straight at the hands of the visiting Utica Comets on Saturday
Today, I give a quick look into the recent poor play of New Jersey goaltending, and how that has been a real drag on this team’s performance since the beginning of November.
It was all the Syracuse Crunch in a 5-0 shutout over the visiting Binghamton Devils
The Devils have had a dreadful month and a half of hockey and find themselves near the bottom of the standings. Are jobs in danger of being lost less than a year after the team’s return to the playoffs?
After six winless games in a row, the New Jersey Devils finally won a game! The Devils beat the Los Angeles Kings, 6-3, in a game that was closer than the score would suggest. But enough good things happened for the Devils to succeed. This morning recap goes over the late-night win.
Just a tiny bit late on this to officially call it quarterly grades so today we look at grades for the New Jersey Devils for the first third of the season.
I look at GAR metrics to determine what the biggest difference is between last year’s Devils and this year’s. The results are ... unsettling.