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It was a bad weekend for the tank. It was a good weekend for Cory Schneider. He got his first win since December 2017 as the Devils came back to beat the Wild, 5-4, in overtime on Friday. [All About The Jersey] [NorthJersey.com] [NJ.com]
Then on Sunday, Cory got another win, this one as a starter, as Kyle Palmieri’s three-point night helped to power the Devils to a 4-1 win over the Sabres. [All About The Jersey] [NorthJersey.com] [NJ.com]
Taylor Hall is back on the ice:
Taylor Hall skated today. He’s been skating since about the middle of last week.— Chris Ryan (@ChrisRyan_NJ) February 17, 2019
FWIW – Ray Shero tracker:
Make it 19 representing 17 teams. #njdevils GM Ray Shero is a late arrival. https://t.co/DVWmvahKMw— Michael Russo (@RussoHockey) February 17, 2019
Will Marcus Johansson move soon?
Interest has picked up last few days on Johansson. And judging by Ray Shero’s history, he’s not a guy that likes to wait until deadline day. Dealt Boyle already. https://t.co/nkvuWhjb8v— Pierre LeBrun (@PierreVLeBrun) February 16, 2019
⚠️ Blake Coleman has been placed on Injured Reserve by #NJDevils, retroactive to Feb. 10 (vs. Carolina).— Amanda Stein (@amandacstein) February 15, 2019
➡️ Coleman will miss a third straight game tonight.
❗️ Miles Wood has been activated off injured reserve, making him available for tonight’s game against Minnesota.
Looks like Matt Duchene will be leaving Ottawa:
Unless there’s last minute change, the Ottawa Senators plan on trading Matt Duchene. Mark Stone’s future in Ottawa should also be determined early this week, well in advance of the trade deadline.— Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) February 17, 2019
Aleksander Barkov with the goal of the year?
ARE YOU SERIOUS, @Barkovsasha95?? pic.twitter.com/edyuy2q5Fu— NHL GIFs (@NHLGIFs) February 18, 2019
The Ducks retired Scott Niedermayer’s number over the weekend:
Tonight, Scott Niedermayer joins Ray Bourque, Wayne Gretzkey, Tim Horton, Red Kelly, Mark Messier, Bobby Hull, Gordie Howie, and Patrick Roy as the only players to have their number retired by multiple teams. #NJDevils #LetsGoDucks #27Forever— Craig Seiden (@CraigSeiden) February 17, 2019
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