Devils Game Previews
Tonight, the New Jersey Devils will play their final road game of the season. They are in Raleigh, North Carolina to play the Carolina Hurricanes in what is their season ending game. They clinched the division. Will they send their fans home happy one more time? Read on to learn more about the game.
The New Jersey Devils will play their final game in Canada this season in the suburb of the nation’s capital. They are visiting the Ottawa Senators tonight. Learn more about the match-up and the Senators with this game preview.
The Devils head to Vegas for the first time in 2 years to face a team trying to jump into a playoff spot
The Devils visit Seattle for the first time as we near the end of the season
The Devils host the Canadiens in a basement battle
Here we go again...
Well, yesterday was a disaster. How many games does this coaching staff get?
With not too many games left to play, the Devils go to Boston tonight.
In the last game before the trade deadline, the Devils take on the Oilers.
The Devils face off against the Calgary Flames on a back-to-back on the Western Canada road trip
It’s Travis Zajac night! Beat the Jets for once, please.
The Devils have had a decent run lately. Can they keep it up against one of the league’s best?
The Canucks have been rather good under Boudreau.
Well, this is game number 50.
The basement dwellers!
What’s the point of sugarcoating?
After a nearly week-long break, the Devils are nearly back to full strength and have had plenty of time to rest and practice.
After beating the Jackets at home, the Devils look to take another on the road.
The Bruins have five games on hand, making this a must-win for the Devils.
The Devils lost nine games to the Capitals in 2021. Nowhere to go but up.
The Devils return from a long winters nap to take on the Buffalo Sabres, who are still struggling with covid and injuries.
Fresh off the first half of a back to back weekend, do the Devils have a chance against the red hot Penguins?
Who knows who’s playing tonight?
John Hynes is back, ESPN+ is back. Let’s see how it goes...
Got to stop the bleeding tonight.
After winning just two of their last ten, the Devils take on an Ottawa team that has won two straight.
The Devils are roughly a quarter of the way through the season, and have stayed afloat without Jack Hughes. Now, they take on the Sharks for the second time this season.