Predators: Hynes is the Hire, But Can They Win?

The Nashville Predators announced the hiring of head coach John Hynes Tuesday and with it came a glimpse of where the team is headed. Former head coach Peter Laviolette was shelved Monday and general manager David Poile announced Hynes as the new hire with a press conference a day later, making the former New JerseyContinue reading “Predators: Hynes is the Hire, But Can They Win?”

Devils: New Jersey Fires Hynes, Promotes Nasreddine to Interim Head Coach

The New Jersey Devils have fired head coach John Hynes, the club announced Tuesday. Alain Nasreddine will serve as interim head coach, while Peter Horachek has been promoted to assistant coach from his post as a pro scout. “John played an integral role in the development of this team in establishing a foundation for ourContinue reading “Devils: New Jersey Fires Hynes, Promotes Nasreddine to Interim Head Coach”

Devils: Is New Jersey Scraping the Bottom of the Barrel?

Yesterday we wondered if the floundering of the Dallas Stars was business as usual. Today, we can’t help but wonder the same thing about the New Jersey Devils. The Garden State’s hockey club of note seemed to get off to a good start this season, leading the Winnipeg Jets 4-0 into the opener with roughlyContinue reading “Devils: Is New Jersey Scraping the Bottom of the Barrel?”

Devils: Despite Bad Season, New Jersey’s Future Still Bright

The 2018-2019 season has been one of regression for the New Jersey Devils. With the All-Star break underway, the team is looking at the pieces and trying to figure out what comes next. The Devils are dead last in the Metropolitan Division, a point behind the Philadelphia Flyers. They’re tied with the Ottawa Senators forContinue reading “Devils: Despite Bad Season, New Jersey’s Future Still Bright”