Devils Game Recaps
The Devils finished off one of the worst seasons in franchise history with a home loss to Detroit.
Mackenzie Blackwood, making his first start since January 19th, was a mixed bag in his return as Drake Batherson beat him in overtime to lift the Sens over the Devils
Once again, the New Jersey managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory and lose a game they probably should’ve won. Today’s recipient of good fortune? The Carolina Hurricanes.
What circle of hell is this?
The Devils dealt the desperate Golden Knights and their playoff chances a critical blow as Andrew Hammond stood on his head.
Well, it’s not like this was unexpected.
A win! A fun one, at that.
The Devils would start slowly but show up when it mattered, and Nico Hischier got the GWG near-singlehandedly
Bad, no good, terrible - how many more times is this going to happen?
Aside from a first period goal by Yegor Sharangovich, the Devils generated almost nothing offensively against Alex Georgiev and the Rangers.
It’s bad enough it took the Devils too long to figure out the Isles and former Devils goaltender Cory Schneider, but to add insult to injury, Jack Hughes and Nate Bastian left the game early due to injury.
The New Jersey Devils were bad and they should feel bad after being embarrassed by the Boston Bruins. In a game Lindy Ruff referred to as "our own playoff", the Devils didn’t show up.
This was a "coulda, shoulda, woulda" type of winnable game for the Devils.
The New Jersey Devils had their chances to beat the Toronto Maple Leafs, but an inept power play that surrendered two short-handed goals saw to it that Toronto would get the W
After a slow start, the New Jersey Devils put 5 goals up on Igor Shesterkin to end his night early. Jack Hughes added two more in the third to keep Our Hated Rivals at bay and win 7-4
One day after the trade deadline, the Devils take on one of the most active teams of the day in the Rangers.
The Devils briefly held a lead in the third period due to a three point night by Jesper Bratt, but Jon Gillies personally saw to it that the Oilers would come back and win.
The Devils had plenty of scoring chances against one-time Devils goaltender Eric Comrie but failed to make the most of them in what was one of the more frustrating losses of the season
Jesper Bratt picked up 3 assists, Jack Hughes was an offensive force yet again with two more helpers, and the Devils overcame a 3-0 deficit to stun one of the NHL’s best teams
The Devils failed to hit the net on some of their best chances and Shesterkin shut the door on all but one of the rest
The New Jersey Devils enjoyed a big offensive night as seven different goal-scorers helped them beat the Vancouver Canucks 7-2. This game recaps dives into what they did right and if they can carry that over into their next game tomorrow night in Columbus.