Category Archives: New Jersey Devils

Happier Times Surrounding New Jersey Devils Recently

Good feelings are in the air right now for the New Jersey Devils, with the biggest buzz coming from Tuesday’s trouncing of the Canadiens 4-1 in Montreal.  The Devils are now two

Devils Hockey: With Goals, it’s Not Quantity, it’s Quality

On January 12th the New Jersey Devils lost their first game since I started covering the team for Double G Sports. It would have been great to write a story about how the team’s

Schneider Leads Devils to First Win in 2014

The Devils finally got their first win of 2014, beating the Dallas Stars (a team who has also gone winless in 2014) 1-0. Devils goalie Cory Schneider shut the door on the

Sixers and Devils Continue Accelerated Growth By Bolstering Senior Executive Team

PHILADELPHIA, PA. and NEWARK, NJ ­ JANUARY 6, 2014 - ­ Scott O’Neil, the Chief Executive Officer of the Philadelphia 76ers, New Jersey Devils and Prudential Center, announced a number of transactions that

New York Rangers Take Another Step Back With Bad Loss to Devils

Just when we thought the New York Rangers had found their game, they get embarrassed in New Jersey.  The previously winless Devils (1-4-3) beat the Rangers 4-0 in Newark on Saturday night. 

Sloppy Play Forces Devils to Drop Home Opener

In front of a raucous crowd in Newark, New Jersey, the New Jersey Devils were ready to make the Prudential Center rock once again, for the 2013/14 NHL season. Following the player

Devils Fall to High-Powered Penguins in Season Opener

The New Jersey Devils took to the ice to face-off against their Metropolitan Division rivals the Pittsburgh Penguins last night, at Consol Energy Center, in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.  Taking on arguably the most

Devils Cut Day: 28 Left, Must Drop To 23 By Season Opener

The New Jersey Devils have made some more roster cuts early this afternoon, reducing their roster number down to 28. Head coach Pete Deboer & Co. Still have a lot of work to do,

Schneider Continues Exceptional Preseason Play for Devils

For the past few seasons, New Jersey Devils management has spent some time pondering what life would be like after future Hall of Fame goaltender Martin Brodeur retires from the sport of

Devils Sign Brunner to Multi-Year Deal

How does the old saying go? It’s, “Don’t delay the inevitable,” right? Well in this case, New Jersey Devils President/General Manager Lou Lamoriello did not delay his decision for more than a

Brunner may have a new home with New Jersey Devils

Damien Brunner has spent all summer long, searching for the new city he would like to call home. Due to his most recent play, he may be sporting black and red permanently,

Devils Open Preseason with 2-1 Win Over Rangers

The New Jersey Devils took to the ice Monday night to open up their preseason against their cross-town rival New York Rangers.  Between the debut of future heir to Martin Brodeur’s throne, Cory Schneider, to