A section for movies, books, and other media relevant to the Devils.
Earlier today, Disney and Turner released their NHL broadcast schedules for the 2021-22 season. For the New Jersey Devils, TNT will air one game and ESPN+ and Hulu have exclusive access to eight. This post reacts to the news.
Earlier today, the news broke that former New Jersey Devils and legendary hockey broadcaster Dr. Mike "Doc" Emrick is retiring. This post goes over his greatness, the praise he has received, and how he will be missed. Thank you, Doc.
On July 9, 2020, the New Jersey Devils made it official: Tom Fitzgerald is the team’s GM (and an executive VP) and Lindy Ruff is the team’s head coach. This post summarizes the team’s press conference announcing both moves as well as highlights from an interview Martin Brodeur did about the team hiring Lindy Ruff.
Earlier today, a press release announced that Jack Hughes of the New Jersey Devils has signed an endorsement deal with Gatorade. This post goes over the news noting that this is new ground for a Devil and how impressive that it is Hughes making this deal at such a young age.
Ahead of the 2019-20 preseason and regular season, the New Jersey Devils are reaching out to the fans to choose a new goal song - again. This post goes over all eight finalists and wonders why the last goal song is not only a finalist but also the most recently released song.
This post is a reaction two notable bits of New Jersey Devils news that circulated today. First, a minor league trade that brings Adam Helewka to the organization. Second, P.K. Subban’s first conference call as a Devil with selected quotes highlighted.
The New Jersey Devils broke down for the season, held exit interviews, and spoke to the media for the last time this season. This post is a reaction to the news of GM Ray Shero’s contract extension and telling quotes by New Jersey’s Superstar Left Winger, Taylor Hall.
NBC Sports Doesn’t Think NHL MVP Taylor Hall is Worth Mentioning as a Star Player; Only Two Devils Games on National TV in 2018-19
Earlier today, NBC Sports announced their national television schedule for the 2018-19 season that will feature games on NBC and NBC SN. The press release ignored Taylor Hall as a star and the New Jersey Devils get only two games despite worse teams getting more. This post is a rant about this release.
As a companion piece to yesterday’s post about the media coverage of the Devils, this post looks at the state of the television and audio broadcasts of New Jersey Devils games. It provides some history, some thoughts on the personnel, and more.
As it is the middle of the offseason, now is good time as any to reflect on the media coverage of the New Jersey Devils. This post goes into where it was, where it is, who is involved, and why things are pretty good even if the Devils do not have larger appeal in the area or within the sport.
MSG will be airing rookie-centric programming next week, including replays of four Devils games where Martin Brodeur, Scott Gomez, Adam Henrique, and Nico Hischier made an important impact. This post also highlights how Nico is part of a select group of Devils who went from the NHL Draft right to the NHL.
This morning our editor, John Fischer, held an interview with former NJ Devils captain and current MSG TV analyst, Bryce Salvador, about the playoffs and what the Devils have done and can do going forward
I had the opportunity and pleasure to talk about the upcoming New Jersey Devils season with former Devils goaltender and current NHL Network analyst, Kevin Weekes. Here are his answers regarding Cory Schneider, the offense, Taylor Hall, and what should be the next step in the Devils’ re-build.
Nico Hischier is the first overall selection of the 2017 NHL Entry Draft and he was picked by the New Jersey Devils. It’s a big deal as he was still taking it all in on Friday night. The Devils will treat Hischier as a big deal there are events planned for him for the next few days.
I was recently interviewed for the second time by Dave Turner and Jeff O’Connor of the Devils Insiders. We talked about the site, stats, the Devils’ defense, Ray Shero, the Devils Ring of Honor, and more about the team.
The New Jersey Devils, the Prudential Center, and iHeartMedia NY announced a partnership to launch The One Jersey Network, which will exclusively air the audio broadcasts of 23 games this season. This post reacts to the news.
The New Jersey Devils called up another player from the Albany Devils ahead of their back-to-back set starting tomorrow: Blake Pietila. This post has a quick reaction to that news and Cory Schneider featured in a GoPro video for the NHL.
The New Jersey Devils announced on their site and through a press release the events scheduled around the jersey retirement celebration for goaltender Martin Brodeur. This post highlights the public events scheduled. Be there at 6:15 on 2/9/2016.
Chico Resch, also known as Glenn Resch, will be honored tonight before tonight's New Jersey Devils game against the Dallas Stars. Before that game, I have a few words about the former goalie and beloved color commentator for so many years.
Even though that the NHL has locked out the players, many New Jersey Devils players and prospects will be playing hockey elsewhere in the world. This post lists who's playing where so far and how to legally follow them.
The NHL has released the national television schedule for the 2012-13 season and the New Jersey Devils will have 13 games nationally broadcast. I note what games they are and offer additional thoughts about the news in this post.
Today was Media Day for the Stanley Cup Finals, as both members of the Los Angeles Kings and New Jersey Devils answered all kinds of questions. The NHL PR department sent me some transcripts of some of the players, so I pulled some interesting quotes from each on the eve of the series.
I reviewed Tales from the New Jersey Devils Locker Room, a book written by Glenn "Chico" Resch and Mike Kerwick. I found the collection of short stories about the Devils to be a light, enjoyable reading experience with a few criticisms.