A group for all Devils moments, such as clips, pics, and other highlights that capture a moment for or about the team.
Devil's win the Valentine matinee against the LA Kings 1-0. David Schlemko was credited the only goal of the day, while on the power play in the first period, Travis Zajac with the lone assist. Keith Kinkaid stopped all of LA's 28 shots to get the shutout victory. NJ is now riding a three game win streak heading into Tuesday's "80's themed:retro night" at the Rock against the Flyers. (video via NHL.com)
Adam Henrique scores the PP game winner in overtime against the Flyers making the final, 2-1. Henrique's 19th goal of the season, assisted by Moore and Palmieri, was the Devils second power play goal of the game. Schneider picked up the third star of the game after an impressive 31 save performance. New Jersey has now picked up points in five of their last six games (3-1-2=8pts) and looks to continue the streak tomorrow afternoon against the LA Kings at home. (Video via NHL.com)
A pure "goal scores" goal, as Blandisi remains hot scoring the opening goal verus the Flyers. In front of the net, Blandisi seemed to go in between the legs with the puck to beat Flyers goaltender Neuvirth. Zajac is credited with the lone assist on Blandisi's fourth goal of the season. (video via NHL.com)
The Devils lost tonight in Pittsburg 2-0. This breaks New Jersey's four game winning streak. Schneider made plenty of impressive saves, video of his glove save against Malkin above (via NHL.com) during the night but the lack of offense made it all for not. Devils will play again next February 2nd against the Rangers.
Eric Gelinas fired a wrist shot. Lee Stempniak got a piece of it in front. The puck trickled through Connor Hellebuyck. Source: NHL.com
Jacob Josefson hammered in the team's first shot of the second period for a power play goal. He one-timed it like he was Kyle Palmieri. Source: NHL.com
Tobias Enstrom took out Blake Wheeler. This allowed Michael Cammalleri to get the puck and set up Lee Stempniak for a tap-in. Source: NHL.com
Reider Boucher had a goal and an assist in tonights win against the Flames. Devils win 4-2 at home, in Cammalleri's first game back in over five contests. In other news Jon Merrill was placed on the IR and won't be on the ice for NJ till after the All-Star break. Devils play next this Thursday at home vs. the Senators. (Vid via NHL.com)
After getting rolled in the second period, Kyle Palmieri scored an important insurance goal to kick off the third period. The goal sets a new career high in points for Palmieri. Source: NHL.com
Avalanche back up goalie, Calvin Pickard, picks up the shutout in a 3-0 loss. Devils were held to 27 shots and looked lost in the offensive zone most of the night. Devils have now lost 5 of their last 6 games. Offense is the main culprit for this recent slump and Cammalleri's presence has been sorely missed. Another missing factor on offense has been the power play which hasn't netted a goal in its last 15 chances. Schnieder held the game as close as he could but eventually the Avalanche expanded on their lead. (vid of tonight's game highlights via NHL.com) Devils play next this saturday in Arizona.
Lee Stempniak scored his first goal in five games and his first against a goalie in twelve games. The goal put the Devils up 2-1 in the first period against St. Louis. Also: It currently has a secondary assist given to Joseph Blandisi. If that stays, then it's his first NHL point.
The last time Bobby Farnham scored more than eight goals in a hockey season, he was in prep school. He scored his seventh of this season to tie it up 1-1 in the first period in St. Louis. It's a good play and a good goal.
New Jersey starts the road trip off with a win. Jon Merrill is credited with the game winner which was his first goal of the season. Adam Henrique also scored (video via NHL.com) and continues to pick up the load offensively for a missing Cammalleri. Devils play next this Tuesday in St. Louis at 8pm.
The Devils won in a shutout 3-0. Schneider denied all 36 of the Senator's shots to land himself his third shutout of the season. Cammalleri did most of the damage in the offensive zone scoring a pair of goals (video of his second goal above via NHL.com), which were his 13th and 14th of the season. Stempniak was the other goal scorer for the Devils tonight which he notched in the games final minute via the EN. Despite scoring three times tonight Travis Zajac's assist on Cammalleri's second goal was the only assist in the game. Since missing two games earlier in the month, Adam Henrique only has two points in the last 8 games (0g-2a-2p) and the Devils offense would love to see him contribute a little more. This was NJ's last game of the 2015 calendar year and will play next this Saturday, home vs the Dallas Stars.
Kyle Palmieri's game tying goal (vid above via NHL.com) was his 16th of the season. This set up David Schlemko's 4th talley of the regular season which deflected off a Hurricanes player in front of the net. The win tonight spilt the Home and Home series between the two teams and is a good way to start after the holiday break. Devils play next in Canada's capitol, Ottawa tomorrow.
The Devils three game road trip ended with a regulation loss in Carolina. Kyle Palmieri scored NJ's lone goal (video via NHL.com above), which was assisted by Henrique and Cammalleri. Schneider played very well again tonight and stopped many great Hurricane chances. The Devils have not strung together back to back wins since November 14th, and dropped a good chance tonight against a team bellow them in the standings. The Devils next game will be a rematch against the Hurricanes at The Rock on Tuesday night.
New Jersey picks up their first win in four games and improves to a 17-13-5 record after tonights win in Detroit. Other than Kyle Palmieri's power play tally (6ppg) tonights goal scores were not your typical players. Tootoo, Schlemko, Kalinin each recorded an even strength goal. If someone was to say the Devils would win without Adam Henrique and Mike Cammalleri recording a single shot, you would call them a lier. Nevertheless the team still managed to score four times and find a way to pick up two points. While it's good to see that the team can win without #13 and #14 contributing, it's discouraging to see those players shutout. Cory Schneider again was impressive and kept the team "in the game" despite scoring a substantial four goals. This was the last game before the Christmas break, and the Devils will be on the ice next in Carolina on Saturday. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays all! (video via NHL.com)
David Schlemko's wrist shot was the Devils' sixth shot of the game and their third goal. Jimmy Howard was replaced by Petr Mrazek.