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?”

2019-2020 Season Preview: New Jersey Devils

The New Jersey Devils made serious waves this summer, boosting their roster with the acquisitions of P.K. Subban and Wayne Simmonds while also drafting Jack Hughes with their number one draft pick. Will the moves result in a reversal of fortunes for New Jersey, who’ve only made the playoffs once in the past eight seasons?Continue reading “2019-2020 Season Preview: New Jersey Devils”

What Went Wrong: New Jersey Devils

The New Jersey Devils went through another heck of a season in 2018-2019 and came out the winners of the Jack Hughes sweepstakes, so that’s something. Right? The Devils finished with a 31-41-10 record, good for 72 points – second from the Eastern Conference basement to the modest Ottawa Senators and their 64 points. NewContinue reading “What Went Wrong: New Jersey Devils”

2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Devils Prepare for Tampa Bay’s Lightning Offence

The first round of the playoffs is here, and the Tampa Bay Lightning are up against the New Jersey Devils. If you’re a fan of the horned ones, that’s probably not good news. Let’s be honest: few people saw New Jersey as a post-season team when the season got underway. These Devils were supposed toContinue reading “2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Devils Prepare for Tampa Bay’s Lightning Offence”

2017-2018 Season Preview: New Jersey Devils

The New Jersey Devils finished 2016-2017 tied for last place overall in goals at five-on-five. They were also second last in shots on goal and 28th overall in goals with just 180. Their power play was 22nd overall and they were last in the Eastern Conference with a 28-40-14 record. The good news? The DevilsContinue reading “2017-2018 Season Preview: New Jersey Devils”