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PensBurgh 1 hour ago
Keeping up with the Metropolitans: Week 3

Keeping up with the Metropolitans: Week 3

Your weekly dose of Metropolitan action! With most teams in the Metro approaching double digits (Keep up, Carolina!) in the games column, the high-powered New Jersey Devils(?!?) have the most goals and wins with a 4-0 road record as well. Cory Scneider went down last game, but is said to be ready when the Devils pick up action again on Friday or Saturday. The Devils are off for 6 days, and only a back-to-back with Ottawa and Arizona this weekend and rest for 3 more days. That could be a good or a bad thing in New Jersey. The Devils are looking last year’s Toronto Maple...
All About the Jersey 4 hours ago
Devils in the Details - 10/23/17: Boyle Edition

Devils in the Details - 10/23/17: Boyle Edition

Here are your links for today: Devils Links Some fantastic news: Brian Boyle joined the Devils at his first practice with the team on Sunday. He has been cleared for full participation in team activities after his Chronic Myeloid Leukemia diagnosis in training camp. [NHL] @BriBrows22’s right back where he belongs! It’s great to see Boyler skating with his teammates again. #BoyleStrong pic.twitter.com/5bregLpqXm— New Jersey Devils (@NJDevils) October 22, 2017 The Devils went into the “bye week” on a flat, meh 3-0 loss to the Sharks on Friday. It was not a great showing....
All About the Jersey 4 hours ago
New Jersey Devils Podcast Talking Red Episode #246

New Jersey Devils Podcast Talking Red Episode #246

This week’s episode of the New Jersey Devils podcast, Talking Red, features David Sarch and Mike Stromberg talking about a Devils team that continues to win games. This episode also features an interview David had with Craig Custance of The Athletic and author of “Behind the Bench.” Keep on, keeping on. Never stop never stopping. Still winning games. The New Jersey Devils closed out another week still in first place in the Metropolitan Division. As such, it was another week discussing mostly positive results on this week’s episode of the New Jersey Devils podcast, Talking Red. ...
All About the Jersey Oct 22, 2017
Weekly Metropolitan Division Snapshot: 10/22 to 10/28

Weekly Metropolitan Division Snapshot: 10/22 to 10/28

Once again, the New Jersey Devils are in first place for this week’s snapshot of the Metropolitan Division. This summary of the week that was and the week that will be for all eight teams features good weeks for Pennsylvania teams and not so good weeks for Columbus and Washington. Make it two in a row for the New Jersey Devils. Last week, they were in first in the Metropolitan Division. For this week’s snapshot, they remained in first in the Metropolitan Division. Will this last? Probably not given the upcoming schedules within the division and how close the teams still are in the...
All About the Jersey Oct 22, 2017
Lehigh Valley Escapes Binghamton With 4-3 Victory

Lehigh Valley Escapes Binghamton With 4-3 Victory

Binghamton Devils survived the first period only down by a single goal, but their comeback fell short to the visiting Lehigh Valley Phantoms on Saturday Binghamton Devils had a hard fought game tonight as the Lehigh Valley Phantoms escaped with a thrilling 4-3 win on Saturday at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena for the Devils’ first regulation loss of the season. It was an entertaining night filled with excitement as the Phantoms (5-1-0-1) caught the Devils (3-1-1-0) flat-footed in the opening twenty minutes, while netminder Mackenzie Blackwood kept it close with a barrage of 22...
All About the Jersey Oct 21, 2017
Devils at Edge of NHL Possession Bubble

Devils at Edge of NHL Possession Bubble

Heading into last night’s game against San Jose, the Devils found themselves at the edge of a weird bubble that has developed so far in the NHL this year. There seems to be two tiers of possession teams, and NJ is just on the edge of entering the upper echelon. As we all know, over the last few seasons, the New Jersey Devils have been a poor possession team. They have regularly ranked at the bottom of the league in Corsi For. 2016-17? 47.80%, good for 27th in the league. 2015-16? 46.17%, good for 29th in the league. 2014-15? 47.18%, good for 26th in the league. Before that, of...
All About the Jersey Oct 20, 2017
Binghamton Devils Survive With 3-2 Win In Syracuse

Binghamton Devils Survive With 3-2 Win In Syracuse

The victory keeps the BDevils undefeated in regulation and remain in first place in the North Division Hockey has become once again exciting like never before seen, well let’s just say in a very long time, as the Binghamton Devils continued their early season success with a 3-2 victory over the Syracuse Crunch on Friday at the Onondaga County War Memorial Arena to remain undefeated in regulation. The win also keeps the BDevils (3-0-1-0) in first place in the North Division while Syracuse (1-4-1-0) was sent to the cellar in the same division. Binghamton jumped to an early lead with the...
All About the Jersey Oct 20, 2017
Slow, Impotent, and Flustered: New Jersey Devils Fall 3-0 to San Jose Sharks

Slow, Impotent, and Flustered: New Jersey Devils Fall 3-0 to San Jose Sharks

The New Jersey Devils were powerless versus the San Jose Sharks, and were beaten soundly. This recap will go over what went wrong. Not much went right. This was painful. First Period: The first couple of minutes featured a lot of neutral zone play, with some occasional Sharks chances and shots. The Devils did not get themselves going at all until Nico Hischier drew a slashing minor from Kevin Labanc at two minutes and nine seconds into the period. The power play started off well, with some good passing before a pass to Zacha went out of the zone before being hit into the bench. Martin Jones...
All About the Jersey Oct 20, 2017
Gamethread #8: New Jersey Devils vs. San Jose Sharks

Gamethread #8: New Jersey Devils vs. San Jose Sharks

Home is where the New Jersey Devils return to after playing Ottawa last night. Tonight, they’ll host the San Jose Sharks, who are coached by Peter DeBoer. This gamethread is a place where users can discuss the game as it happens. New Jersey returns home to face a team coached by the last coach who bossed New Jersey to the postseason, Peter DeBoer. That’s right. It’s the Sharks. The Matchup: The New Jersey Devils (6-1-0) vs. the San Jose Sharks (2-3-0; SBN Blog: Fear the Fin) The Time: 7:00 PM ET The Broadcast: TV - MSG+; Digital Audio - The One Jersey Network The Song for Tonight: ...
All About the Jersey Oct 20, 2017
Can an Exciting Devils Team Turn Around the Sliding Attendance Trend?

Can an Exciting Devils Team Turn Around the Sliding Attendance Trend?

The Devils, by virtue of stinking for much of the last five seasons, have seen some fans drift away from the Rock over that time. With a young and exciting team now in Newark, can they reverse that pattern? A constant peripheral concern of Devils fans over the years has been the team’s ability to draw fans on a nightly basis during the regular season. Since the Devils arrived in New Jersey some 35 years ago, they’ve never been a team that packs the building night-in and night-out. Whether because the crowdedness of the market, the nature of traveling around New Jersey, or any other...
All About the Jersey Oct 20, 2017
Game Preview: Sharks at Devils

Game Preview: Sharks at Devils

The Matchup: The New Jersey Devils (6-1-0) vs. San Jose Sharks (2-3-0 SBN; Fear the Fin) The Time: 7:00 PM EST The Broadcast: TV - MSG+ Winners Yet Again: The Devils are — wait for it — one of the best teams in the NHL at the moment, and boy does it feel good. After starting off the season winning three in a row before falling to the Capitals, the Devils have now won three in a row yet again. Nico Hischier got his first two career NHL goals, while Taylor Hall recorded four assists. The Senators got Schneider pulled early, but Kinkaid came in and sturdied the ship, and the Devils...
All About the Jersey Oct 20, 2017
Devils in the Details - 10/20/17: KneeCo Edition

Devils in the Details - 10/20/17: KneeCo Edition

Here are your links for today: Devils Links The Devils completed yet another comeback Thursday night, in a 5-4 overtime win over the Senators, topped off by a winner from Mr. Overtime himself, John Moore. Cory Schneider was held out of the third period due to an injury concern. [Fire and Ice] [NJ.com] In that game, we got some NICOOOOOOOOOOO: Nico Hischier, the first overall pick in the 2017 #NHLDraft, scored the first two goals of his NHL career in the first period of #NJDvsOTT. pic.twitter.com/evJfb3s4PE— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) October 20, 2017 A relevant point: Nico...
Silver Seven Oct 20, 2017
Erik Karlsson’s explosive night not enough for Senators to overcome Devils

Erik Karlsson’s explosive night not enough for Senators to overcome Devils

The Devils won a high-scoring affair 5-4 in OT If Erik Karlsson was surprisingly unrusty against the Canucks on Tuesday, he was in mid-season form by tonight against the Devils. The Senators’ captain was all over the ice, putting up a mind-blowing three assists. Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough, and defensive lapses allowed the now 6-1-0 New Jersey Devils to capture the victory in overtime. The first period saw a fun moment for anyone except for a Sens fan. First-overall pick Nico Hischier tallied the first goal of his young NHL career. He would score the second just two minutes later....
All About the Jersey Oct 19, 2017
Moore Wins: New Jersey Devils Complete Comeback Win in OT Over Ottawa Senators

Moore Wins: New Jersey Devils Complete Comeback Win in OT Over Ottawa Senators

The New Jersey Devils’ hot start continues with a John Moore goal in overtime to complete a 5-4 comeback win against the Ottawa Senators. This game recap goes over the major events and offers other observations of the win. Never give up. Never say die. Never quit. Whatever non-effort word you like to throw after “Never” seemingly applies to the 2017-18 New Jersey Devils. After a heinous second period that featured bad penalties, bad goals allowed, a goaltender leaving due to injury, and seeing 2-1 turn into 2-4, things were looking somewhat bleak. But the Devils kept up the...
All About the Jersey Oct 19, 2017
Gamethread #7: New Jersey Devils at Ottawa Senators

Gamethread #7: New Jersey Devils at Ottawa Senators

Another back-to-back set begins for the New Jersey Devils with a road game against Erik Karlsson and the Ottawa Senators. This gamethread is a place where users can discuss the game as it happens. This game is not in Prince Edward Island. This one will be in Ottawa, Ontario. Technically, Kanata, Ontario. Whatever. It will still feature a notably dangerous Swedish player on the opposing side. The Matchup: The New Jersey Devils (5-1-0) at the Ottawa Senators (3-1-2; SBN Blog: Silver Seven) The Time: 7:30 PM ET The Broadcast: TV - MSG+; Digital Audio - The One Jersey Network The Song for...
Silver Seven Oct 19, 2017
Game 7 Preview: New Jersey Devils @ Ottawa Senators

Game 7 Preview: New Jersey Devils @ Ottawa Senators

If you’d told me before the season started that the Senators would be sixth in the east after six games, I probably would’ve taken it. If you’d told me the Devils would’ve been one of those teams ahead of them, I would laughed in your face. But here we are, with the 3-1-2 Sens hosting the 5-1-0 Devils. Here are the projected lines for tonight: Ryan - Brassard - Stone Smith - Turris - Dzingel Hoffman - Pageau - Pyatt Burrows - Thompson - Brown Phaneuf - Karlsson Oduya - Ceci Claesson - Wideman Anderson (starter) Condon Some thoughts, but not very many, since it’s almost game...
All About the Jersey Oct 19, 2017
Game Preview #7: New Jersey Devils at Ottawa Senators

Game Preview #7: New Jersey Devils at Ottawa Senators

The New Jersey Devils head to Canadian Tire Centre for a 7:30 meeting against Erik Karlsson and the Senators. The Matchup: The New Jersey Devils (5-1-0) at the Ottawa Senators (3-1-2; SBN Blog: Silver Seven) The Time: 7:30 PM EST The Broadcast: TV - MSG+ Who Gets the Start?: Coach John Hynes has kept who he will start in net tonight under wraps. Both Cory Schneider and Keith Kinkaid have played well early on. Hynes wouldn’t elaborate beyond “Cory won’t start both games.”, so checking Amanda Stein’s Twitter today around morning skate time should shed some light. Will be at AM...
All About the Jersey Oct 18, 2017
Henrique is the Devils’ Most Important Player So Far

Henrique is the Devils’ Most Important Player So Far

Multiple injuries to centers and a roster full of inexperienced players has made Adam Henrique extremely important. He has met that challenge thus far in the season. Yesterday, Devils radio announcer, Matt Loughlin, tweeted a quote from John Hynes about Adam Henrique and how “when we do our team videos of how we want to play, he’s in almost every clip.” I’ve been a Henrique fan since his rookie year. I was at the “Henrique, It’s Over!” game. He’s one of only 3 jerseys I own, along with Brodeur and Turtoro (...yeah, I’m vain, leave me alone). He’s great on social media...
All About the Jersey Oct 18, 2017
Devils in the Details - 10/18/17: Comeback Kids Edition

Devils in the Details - 10/18/17: Comeback Kids Edition

Here are your links for today: Devils Links Once again, the Devils’ young players put on an impressive display. On Tuesday night, New Jersey completed an impressive effort to come back and eventually force a shootout against Tampa Bay. The Devils would win 5-4 in a shootout. [Fire and Ice] [NJ.com] I believe this is what’s called having “silky mitts.” Let’s watch Kyle Palmieri win it once more: Full steam ahead for @kylepalmieri and the @NJDevils – they're 5-1-0 for the first time in nine years. pic.twitter.com/yMdks5lJmQ— NHL (@NHL) October 18, 2017 Will Butcher history...
All About the Jersey Oct 18, 2017
New Jersey Devils Pull Out a 5-4 Shootout Win Over Tampa Bay Lightning

New Jersey Devils Pull Out a 5-4 Shootout Win Over Tampa Bay Lightning

NBCSN only had this one New Jersey Devils game against the Tampa Bay Lightning on their schedule. As this game recap points out, this 5-4 shootout victory by the Devils had everything a broadcast could want in a game. All this and other observations about the Devils’ performance. Tonight was the only New Jersey Devils game on the schedule for NBCSN. Tonight, the network had a show that had it all. On paper, the matchup was tantalizing. The Tampa Bay Lightning were hot and coming off four straight wins. They featured the goal scoring machine that is Nikita Kucherov, the always...

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