Category Archives: New Jersey Devils

Vintage Devils Hockey Surfaces In This Shortened NHL Season

The New Jersey Devils have proven all the critics wrong. Again. I’m curious to know, what I’ll witness first. NHL insiders picking the Devils to finish atop of the East/Atlantic or Rick

The Devils Raise Hell Again; On Three Game Winning Streak

Ten games into this shortened NHL season just means more excitement in a shorter period of time. The schedule is more demanding. I’m making sure rival team fans get their fill of

Rangers Fall to Devils 3-1, Despite Strong Effort

The Rangers did not play a bad game, as a matter of fact at times they looked like they were dominating, but Marty Brodeur was up to the challenge saving 24 of

Extra time decides fate of the first meeting between Bruins & Devils

The New Jersey Devils and Boston Bruins faced off at TD Garden Tuesday night for the first of three meetings between the Eastern Conference foes. There were a few firsts and even a hot dog

Devils Hockey Is Back! Week 1 Report Card

The puck finally dropped on January 19th after a 113 day ordeal between the NHL & NHLPA. Tremors of disgust littered social media by fans who vowed they’ve spent their last dollar

Amidst Devils Successes, Key Failures Hurt the New Jersey Organization

Before I took my first steps, the New Jersey Devils called the Garden State their permanent home during their inaugural 1982-83 season. Besides Canada and the Midwest housing some of hockey’s strongest

The Dramatic Chess Match of Ilya Kovalchuk

Hockey fans all throughout the United States and Canada got an extra holiday this year when four days ago, the NHL and NHLPA have come to terms on a new CBA agreement to

The World Junior Championship Devil: Blake Pietila

Since the mid 90’s, no nickname for a line on the New Jersey Devils roster has one upped “The Crash Line.” Composed of Randy McKay, Bobby Holik, and Mike Peluso, the trio dished

Devils 1st rd pick, Stefan Matteau, says it’s “Team First” at the World Juniors

While the NHL & NHLPA are still throwing hissy fits instead of working together to figure out the next CBA agreement, hockey fans all over the world have turned their attention elsewhere.

Ilya Kovalchuk: The Love Hate Relationship of a Russian Sniper

If you’re going to have a conversation about gifted, professional hockey players, Ilya Kovalchuk has to be a part of that discussion. People love to hate in society and Kovi has been

Uncle Lou: Another Part of the New Jersey Devils Forever Remembered

Another American hockey legend mastermind is enshrined in to the United States Hockey Hall of Fame. Just over three years after being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame as a builder,

Gary Bettman’s 2012 Massacre. Is Petr Sykora the next victim?

  Two words hockey fans always hate to hear. Game over and Gary Bettman. One strike and three lockouts have occurred in my lifetime forcing records to be delayed, stories unwritten, & milestones