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Martin Brodeur Jersey Retirement Night Slated To Be Devils’ Most Expensive Game Of Season

The New Jersey Devils are on a two-fold mission on Tuesday night, to ensure they put an end to an ugly three-game losing streak and to pay tribute to a living legend. The Devils are back in action on February 9 when the Edmonton Oilers visit Prudential Center, which gives New Jersey the perfect opportunity […]

Secondary Market Get-in Price Of $38 For Critical Devils Game Against Penguins

It is unlikely that the New Jersey Devils will put together a run to challenge for the top spot in the Metropolitan Division in the Eastern Conference, but as the NHL schedule nears the midpoint of the season, it seems they’ll be entrenched in the five-team battle for spots two through four. Through 41 games, […]

Devils Look For a Win Streak With 10 Games Remaining In December

The New Jersey Devils can’t seem to put any sort of streak together whether it’s a winning one or losing one, as they’ve alternated wins and losses since November 27th. After losing to the Montreal Canadiens, the Devils won the second game of a home-and-home, lost to the Colorado Avalanche, beat the Carolina Hurricanes, lost […]

John Hynes

Welcome John Hynes

The Devils finally have their new head coach and are any of us surprised that new GM Ray Shero went with a familiar face? There were a lot of rumors and a lot of speculation as to the man that Shero would bring in but John Hynes makes sense. So if you don’t follow the […]


Thoughts on Lou Stepping Down

So where are you on the Lou Lamoriello change within the Devils organization? You can’t take away what Lou Lamoriello has meant to the New Jersey Devils during his career as the President/GM (he will remain as President) but you also can’t dismiss what the last three years have been. Since the trip to the […]


Ray Shero Named GM

  More thoughts to come but Lou Lamoriello steps down as GM and names Ray Shero the new GM.  Lamoriello will stay on as team President. Welcome aboard Ray, now bring Bylsma with you!!    


Would Devils Trade Away The 6th Overall Pick?

After a season of frustration and disappointment, it doesn’t take a degree from Harvard to figure out that the New Jersey Devils need to make changes this summer. The Devils missed the playoffs for the third straight season and did so by a whopping 20 points this year. The Albany Devils missed the Calder Cup […]


Looking Back At A Disappointing 2014-15 Season

So as we sit here, waiting for the playoffs to start without the New Jersey Devils for the 3rd straight year, I thought now would be a great time to look back at the 2014-15 season. I’ll be honest, this was probably the most frustrating season I’ve watched in the history of being a Devils […]

Devils Close Out 2015 Season With Chance To Play Spoiler Against Rangers

The New Jersey Devils have had a disappointing season to say the least. The team has already been removed from playoff contention. Goals were the issue for this New Jersey squad, as they ranked 28th in the NHL in overall goal scoring. They did not have a player who scored over 50 points this season […]


Disgruntled Patrik Elias

We don’t doubt that Patrik Elias will some day have his number in the rafters along side Stevens, Daneyko, Niedermayer and (someday soon) Brodeur. But that doesn’t mean we can’t make him the subject of our “Just Shut Up” award this week. “If they want to play me on the fourth line, I’m not willing […]

Nashville Predators v New Jersey Devils

Game 64: Devils Knock Off NHL’s Best 3-1

So let’s just get this part out of the way… Trade deadline day comes and goes and still on our roster are Martin Havlat and Michael Ryder. The first game the Devils play after the trade deadline expires, which happens to be the very next day, both Havlat and Ryder are healthy scratches. On top […]


Deadline Day Disappoints

I won’t lie. The 2015 trade deadline became a very big disappointment. I was certainly hoping to see a very active New Jersey Devils team, shedding contracts for draft picks that would span the next couple of years but instead, we saw the Devils only do 1 deal on deadline day. I didn’t want any […]


Devils Trade Jagr to Florida

Devils sent 43 year old Jaromir Jagr to Florida in exchange for a 2nd round pick. Jagr has 11 goals and 18 assists in 57 games. Maybe last nights loss to Calgary proved to Lou that the playoffs aren’t happening but a 2nd round pick is a steal for NJ. Jagr was great last season […]


Game #57 recap: Devils Need Shootout To Beat Lowly Sabres

I’m sorry but that was a painful game to watch last night. I’m not a delusional fan that thinks this Devils team is better than what they are but decisions made during the game last night is lone reason that the Devils needed OT and a shootout to beat the worst team in the league. […]