For the second game in a row, the New Jersey Devils defeated their opponent thanks to Cory Schneider. This post recaps another phenomenal performance in net.
In this week’s Metropolitan Division snapshot, the New York Islanders pulled ahead in first, the Carolina Hurricanes took a playoff spot for at least a day, and two more teams entered the Sherman Abrams Zone. Learn about the week that was and the week that will be in the Metropolitan.
For the second night in a row, Laval pulled off a victory and swept the two-game series over the BDevils
The New Jersey Devils and its fans might not be watching the schedule at this point, trying to point to where wins might come easiest. When a team falls to the bottom of the standings, every game is tough. But no matter how good or bad the team is, the current stretch the Devils are in is brutal.
After it seemed like the New Jersey Devils were doomed to another road loss, Cory Schneider came in relief of Keith Kinkaid. The Devils then rallied to comeback and win in overtime against the Minnesota Wild. This recap goes over a huge win for Schneider and the comeback effort.
Tough loss on home ice for the Binghamton Devils as Laval ended their seven-game losing streak with a 4-3 victory despite two goals from John Quenneville
With a season as far off the rails as this one now is in New Jersey, it’s easy to say the team needs to blow it up and start all over again. The Devils can still succeed next year with a healthy roster and a good summer.
It wasn’t the prettiest game ever played, and the Devils again managed to give up a two goal lead to lose the game to the Blackhawks, BUT... compared to Monday night against the Blues, it was the hockey equivalent of the Mona Lisa.
In a season of negativity and poor performances, sometimes it helps to take a step back at look at some of the things that have gone right. Today we look at the relatively positive parts of this New Jersey Devils season.
Butcher has been given more minutes and done as well with them as one could reasonably expect, despite frequent commentary to the contrary.
In a season filled with Bad Nights, the New Jersey Devils suffered another one. The St. Louis Blues blew them out 8-3. This post is a recap of a terrible performance and an awful game by the Devils.
Week 18 of the 2018-19 prospect update saw Jeremy Davies help Northeastern to another Beanpot title, Akira Schmid earn USHL Goaltender of the Week honors, and Nikita Popugaev leave his KHL team in search of a move back to North America.
The Devils made a depth pickup today, claiming Kenny Agostino off waivers from Montreal. Agostino is a New Jersey native and a guy who has produced in lower leagues, so the Devils will take a chance and see how he looks down the stretch this season.
The New Jersey Devils have been relative-to-the-NHL excellent at preventing high danger shots and attempts. What about stopping them? And what about low and medium danger shots? This post looks at how the Devils have done with respect to the danger of what they allowed so far this season.