Mackenzie Blackwood? Akira Schmid? Jon Gillies? Another night, another game where the New Jersey Devils let the other team drop 5 on them regardless of who was in net. Tonight’s beneficiary? The Dallas Stars.
Was it maybe the injured goalies, I mean who is to say...
This week’s update features Chase Stillman heating up for Peterborough, Arseni Gritsyuk being named to Russia’s Olympic team, and the Utica Comets continuing to lead the AHL after picking up 2 more wins.
The New Jersey Devils are 25th in the NHL league standings at 15-20-5. Once again, the matter of tanking - personified by Sherman Abrams - has to be addressed. This post is a set of arguments and a plea for the Devils to say no to tanking the remainder of this season.
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 1/24/22
The Devils coughed up another lead today. Will they ever learn to hold onto one?
The Devils beat one of the league’s best teams 7-4 in a exciting Saturday night matchup featuring several tying and tiebreaking goals for each team
Things are bad right now in Devil-land, I don’t think I have to tell any of you that. There are bits of positive news dotting the roster, though, even in the midst of another season flushed down the tubes.
The New Jersey Devils starter has struggled mightily this season; is it time for them to give someone else a try, be it for this season or beyond?
The New Jersey Devils attacked early and often against the Arizona Coyotes, but had little to show for it as Karel Vejmelka stood on his head. Add in more Mackenzie Blackwood struggles in net and the Devils were handed a 4-1 loss by the Yotes.
Earlier this afternoon, the National Hockey League announced the re-scheduling of 98 regular season games, including 8 games for the New Jersey Devils. This post reacts to the 8 new dates for the Devils.
The Devils will likely be quiet at this year’s deadline, but there are a few moves they can potentially make.
As the New Jersey Devils are close to the second half of their season and trade deadline is a little over two months away, this post takes an early look at the pending free agents on the team from Jesper Bratt to Brian Flynn.
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 1/17/22
There is a new leader in the Metropolitan Division: the New York Rangers. They jumped past Carolina to take first yesterday. This happened amid a week without a lot of winning results. Read on to see what happened among all eight teams last week and what’s next this week.
The Devils are just about fully cooked in the playoff race. What should they be looking to pull from the wreckage in the second half of the season?
Consistency seems impossible to find.
Jon Gillies played well enough for a Devils win tonight. Unfortunately, the Devils could not capitalize on enough of their chances.
With injuries and illness paving the way, the New Jersey Devils have put together two of the team’s strongest defenders; could we be looking at a legitimate shutdown D pair tonight?
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 1/12/22
New Jersey Devils defenseman Damon Severson has seen a recent upgrade in his role due to Dougie Hamilton’s injury. How is his season going? It’s been typical with one surprising, shorthanded exception.
The New Jersey Devils will not be playing the Tampa Bay Lightning on Monday, January 10. Due to more players being added to the COVID Protocol, this game is postponed to a future date.
Amid postponed games and COVID protocols, the Metropolitan Division was largely in action last week. The top remains crowded as ever while the bottom half is fighting amongst themselves. Read all about the week that was and the week that will be in this week’s snapshot.
The New Jersey Devils, with two more players entering COVID protocol, fought hard, but came up short against their Metropolitan Division rivals
Nico Hischier has played with different guys each of the last couple of games, and has been dominant regardless of who he is with. But is it a good idea to stick with this tactic?
Jack Hughes had three points to carry the Devils offensively along with two points for Jesper Bratt.
Despite offseason changes, goaltending still is not the strength that the New Jersey Devils need it to be. If there is a player they like that is available that could move the needle, should the team spend assets in an attempt to improve?