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Akira Schmid had another strong game, and Fabian Zetterlund, Dawson Mercer and Jack Hughes scored as the Devils beat the Flyers 3-2 on Saturday. It was not the prettiest of games, but it was a win. [Devils NHL]
Akira keeps rolling:
#NJDevils Akira Schmid, 5-0-0 in five games (4 starts), 1.42 GAA, .949 save percentage.— Mike Morreale (@mikemorrealeNHL) December 4, 2022
*Chosen in the 5th Round (No. 136) of the 2018 NHL Draft.
Well, how’d the new jerseys look to you in game action?
We've got another #ReverseRetro debut!— NHL (@NHL) December 4, 2022
This gorgeous design pays homage the Colorado Rockies NHL franchise (1976-1982) that eventually relocated to become the @NJDevils.
The threads showcase the Devils' inaugural 1982 jersey remixed with the Rockies' colorway. pic.twitter.com/d9u36WPwzY
The New Jersey Devils: pretty fun to watch!
Huh. Another one of these hits.
Trouba with a huge hit on Athanasiou and chaos ensues pic.twitter.com/xrx3V7M1Op— B/R Open Ice (@BR_OpenIce) December 4, 2022
Andreas Athanasiou: “That guy is known for hitting high, not really worrying about the puck out there and almost trying to hurt people. That’s his game; that’s what he does. He’s an $8 million man with zero goals, so he has to figure out how to do something when making that much. If you can’t help the team, I guess you try to hurt guys on the other team.” [Chicago Sun-Times]
Jordan Binnington: Always at the center of something fun.
After letting in 4 goals, Jordan Binnington was pulled and had some words for the Penguins bench. pic.twitter.com/G8m5R0Pv2c— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) December 4, 2022
Blues coach Craig Berube on Jordan Binnington's antics:— Seth Rorabaugh (@SethRorabaugh) December 4, 2022
"It’s got to stop. It doesn’t help anything. Just play goal. Stop the puck.”
Canucks will be without Thatcher Demko for six weeks:
General Manager Patrik Allvin announced today that G Thatcher Demko will be out approximately six weeks with a lower body injury.— Vancouver Canucks (@Canucks) December 3, 2022
And the Red Wings will be without Tyler Bertuzzi for six weeks:
Tyler Bertuzzi had successful surgery this morning and is expected to be out 6 weeks, per Coach Lalonde.— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) December 2, 2022
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