Devil of the Month
After a marvelous November, the New Jersey Devils fell hard in December with a 4-7-2 record. They remain in second place in the division and in a playoff spot, though. Read on for a summary of a month defined by a slump and who is the Devil of the Month among much more analysis.
Heater. Hot streak. Wagon. Whatever you called them, the New Jersey Devils kept on winning in November 2022. They went 13-1-0 in one of their best months ever. Read on for a summary of a nearly-perfect month, who is the Devil of the Month, and who were the many runner-ups for that.
The New Jersey Devils opened the 2022-23 season with a 6-3-0 record and some really impressive underlying stats. Perhaps this season will be different? Read on for a summary of the month that was and who was the Devil of the Month.
In the month of April, the New Jersey Devils went 3-8-4, won no games at home, got outscored during power plays, and locked up the fifth worst record in the NHL. It was a bad month to end a bad season. This post goes over it with a lot of detail and discussion.
The New Jersey Devils ended March with a big thud of going 0-8-0 on the road, finishing at 5-9-0. While there were some big wins and some great performances, the bigger losses and the malaise of another lost season overshadowed them. This post reviews what happened in March 2022 before the Devils finish off the season in April.
The short month became longer with postponed games made up in February. The New Jersey Devils ended February on a high note to finish the month at 4-5-0 with a lot of goals scored, a lot of frustration in losses, and still by the basement in the standings.
The New Jersey Devils began 2022 with an overtime win in Washington, won just two more games after, and ended January with a crushing 4-6 loss to Toronto with a lead blown. This post reviews an awful January for the Devils where they went 3-9-0 and the issues are bigger than just making some saves.
December 2021 was a bad month for the New Jersey Devils. Prior to Christmas, they had one win in ten games. While they won their final two games, their 3-8-1 month all but turned them into doormats for opponents. Read on at length about the month that was for the Devils.
In November, the New Jersey Devils played 13 games and went 5-5-3 in them. Their performances were not as good as last month in 5-on-5. Their penalty kill improved a lot while the power play still sucked. Read through what happened in the games, with their roster, and the overall stats in this post reviewing the Devils’ play in November.
After another offseason where hope and hype developed, the New Jersey Devils started off their regular season with a positive 4-2-1 record in October. Read through what happened in the games, with their roster, and the overall stats in this post reviewing the Devils’ play in October.
It was a long month for the New Jersey Devils. 16 games, plenty of transactions and lineup changes, and a lot of games going awry. The Devils went 3-11-2 in April and secured another season without the playoffs. This post analyzes and reviews a horrid month of games by the Devils.
March was a tough month for the New Jersey Devils as they struggled a lot at the Rock, won more on the road, and had all kinds of ups and downs in a 6-8-3 month. This post reviews what happened in March and who excelled for the team last month.
After an apparent COVID-19 outbreak that forced the NHL to postpone the month’s first half of games, the New Jersey Devils recovered and played eight in February. They went 3-5-0 and dulled some of the hope from their January performances. This post analyzes and reviews a truncated February by the Devils.
For the first time since March 2020, the New Jersey Devils played a NHL game. With a new head coach, a new full-time GM, and plenty of changes in the roster, they played nine in January and went 4-3-2. This post analyzes and reviews a busy first month of a shortened NHL season.
February 2020 was a pleasant surprise for the New Jersey Devils as they went 7-3-4 in the month. It was largely the result of MacKenzie Blackwood being amazing, the power play having two great swells, the PK being great, and MacKenzie Blackwood being amazing. This post reviews what happened with the Devils in February.
January 2020 was the first month of a new decade for the New Jersey Devils and the end of Ray Shero as general manager. The Devils went 4-5-2 in a short month and now need to figure out where to go from here in a lost season. This post reviews what happened in January for the team.
December 2019 will be remembered as a month of change for the New Jersey Devils. John Hynes was fired. Taylor Hall was traded. The team went 5-7-2, ending much better than how they started. Learn what happened in December in this detailed post that reviews the whole month.
After a terrible October, the New Jersey Devils needed a great November. They had an OK month in terms of results at 7-7-1. Few, if any, fans are happy with the team at the moment. Learn what happened in November in this detailed post that reviews the whole month.
After an offseason leading fans to have a lot of hope for a better season, the New Jersey Devils fell flat on their face by going 2-5-3 in October with plenty of blown leads along the way. It was bad. How bad? Read on and find out.
As the 2018-19 comes to a close, this post takes a detailed look back at the last full month of the season for the New Jersey Devils. The Devils went 4-9-2, the second worst record in March. How did they get there? Read on to find out.
In the shortest month of the year, the New Jersey Devils were busy with trading players away, calling up many players due to injury, and getting enough to pull out a 6-7-1 record. Let’s look at back at what happened, how the team performed, and who were the standout Devils in February 2019.
The New Jersey Devils opened up the 2019 part of their regular season by earning a record of 4-8-0 in January. That is bad. The performances and stats confirm that the Devils were indeed bad. Learn more about it and two Devils who were not bad in this review of the team’s performances in January 2019.
After a bad November, the New Jersey Devils posted a better record in December: 6-5-3. The month had its highs and lows with some really poor and really good stats underneath it all. This post goes over all of it that occurred in December 2018.
November 2018 was a bad month for the New Jersey Devils. The Devils went 4-8-3 with only two road wins in a month that had eleven of them. This post takes a deep dive into what went wrong, what was surprisingly good despite the lack of results, and names a Devil of the Month.
With one month in the books, this post takes a deep dive into October 2018 for the New Jersey Devils. The team went 5-3-1 with a hot start and a cold finish. There were some impressive numbers by individuals and some good team stats despite how the team entered a slump by month’s end.
After a rough start, the New Jersey Devils prevailed from a tough road trip and finished the month strong to end March 2018 with a 8-6-1 record and close to securing their first playoff spot since 2012. This post summarizes what happened in March, provides stats on how they performed, and names the player of the month.
After a slump-filled January, the New Jersey Devils rebounded by going 8-6-0 in February with two wins each over Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and Carolina. The month saw continued positive 5-on-5 play, less than stellar special teams, and Taylor Hall constantly scoring and gaining Hart consideration. This in-depth post reviews the whole month for the Devils.
January 2018 was a bad month for the New Jersey Devils as they only won three out of eleven games. This post takes a closer look at what was good, what went bad, and names Taylor Hall the Devil of the Month in one of the easier decisions ever made for it.
December was a successful month for the New Jersey Devils with a 8-4-2 record, some surprisingly decent 5-on-5 numbers, and ending 2017 in second place in the Metropolitan Division. This post summarizes all of what happened in December 2017 for the Devils.
November was busier and tougher for the New Jersey Devils, who compiled a 6-4-4 record in the month. This post reviews the month of games played by the Devils, looks at the underlying numbers, highlights the injuries and one big trade, and names a Devil of the Month.
Defying expectations, the New Jersey Devils went 8-2-0 in October and ended their month in first place in the division. This post reviews the month of games played by the Devils, looks at the underlying numbers, highlights transactions, and names a Devil of the Month.