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April 22, 2019
Analyzing the Devilsí Restricted Free Agents
Introduction What an exciting time it is to be a New Jersey Devils fan. Entering the offseason, the Devils own the first overall pick in the upcoming entry draft, a plethora of cap space, and a nice young core. However, like every offseason, comes the question: who will be back? This article...
April 15, 2019
The Devils Are Rivals With the Islanders, Right?
On the first night of the playoffs, I found myself at one of my sports bars glancing between the Tampa Bay-Columbus game, and the New York Islanders-Pittsburgh Penguins game. Next to me sat a long-suffering Islanders fan, dressed in the infamous fisherman jersey. Although at first, I pitied him for...
April 11, 2019
Why Iím Rooting for the Tampa Bay Lightning
Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey This will be the year that the curse of winning the President’s Trophy will end. The Tampa Bay Lightning are dominant in every phase of the game from offense to defense to goaltending. There are keys to why Tampa will go all the way this season...
April 10, 2019
Why Iím Rooting for the Carolina Hurricanes
As I recover from the high of winning last nightís Draft Lottery and deciding if I should be #TeamHughes or #TeamKaapo, the NHL playoffs commence tonight. Yeah, the New Jersey Devils arenít in it this year, and that sucks, especially since I placed a few preseason bets that theyíd make the...
April 9, 2019
Why Iím Rooting for the Washington Capitals
The Stanley Cup Playoffs are upon us which only means one thing for New Jersey area fans: Ignore the Islanders existence and hop on a bandwagon somewhere else. Fortunately, thereís five new playoff matchups and a lot of underdog potential to root for. I however, am not taking that route...
Why Iím Rooting for the Nashville Predators
Paul Skrbina- The Tennsseean The Stanley Cup Playoffs will be in full swing on Wednesday Apr. 10. Sixteen teams, eight in each conference will fight it out to eventually be crowned Stanley Cup Champions in June. There are many good choices out there to pick as champion. But I personally will be...
Why Iím Rooting for the Columbus Blue Jackets
The 2019 NHL playoffs begin wednesday, and the Columbus Blue Jackets are the team of destiny. I want to be very clear, I didnít pick the Blue Jackets in the DAB Bracket Challenge group (which you should join if you havenít...
April 8, 2019
Why Iím Rooting for the St. Louis Blues
One of the best times of year is finally upon us: the Stanley Cup Playoffs. There are a lot of great storylines entering this yearís edition of the race for the Cup. Robin Lehnerís career-resurrecting year with the surprising Islanders, the Tampa Bay Lightningís legendary regular season...
April 6, 2019
Riveters: Mock CWHL Player Draft
On Sunday, March 31, the Canadian Womenís Hockey League (CWHL) announced that beginning May 1, it would be ceasing all operations. It took only two days for the NWHL to make a statement claiming they are planning on expanding to include two Canadian markets in Montreal and Toronto. While it is...
April 4, 2019
Devils Sign Top Prospect Jeremy Davies
The season may be over, but the New Jersey Devils have added a fresh face as the year comes to a close. On Wednesday, the team announced that they had signed defenseman and top prospect Jeremy Davies. Davies was the Devils seventh-round pick in the 2016 draft. He has spent the last three years...
April 2, 2019
NWHL Season Recap for the Metropolitan Riveters
Itís hard to come up with something to say other than Ďit was bad,í because…it was that bad. The Metropolitan Riveters coming into the 2018-19 season were expected to be the same force to be reckoned with that they were when they were hoisting the Isobel Cup just months prior. However...
Rivalry Renewed As Devils Beat Rangers In Final Home Game Of The Season
In the last home game of the 2018-19 season, the New Jersey Devils beat the New York Rangers by a score of 4-2. Although both teams were eliminated from playoff contention, rendering it a mostly useless game, it played out in a way only the Devils-Rangers rivalry could. Lots of...
April 1, 2019
Devils Host Rangers in Home Finale
The New Jersey Devils host the New York Rangers at the Prudential Center tonight in what will be their final home game for the 2018-2019 NHL season. You know what they say, time flies when youíre having fun, but it moves even faster if youíre losing so many games your fans start to encourage a...
March 30, 2019
DAB Pregame: Devils Return Home to Face Playoff-Bound Blues
Both the Devils and Blues were on the losing end in their respective games just last night. Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports Match Overview Tonightís game will feature your New Jersey Devils, who currently own a 29-40-9 record, which puts them last in the Metropolitan Division, and the St. Louis...
March 29, 2019
DAB Pregame: Devils in Interesting Predicament Against Red Wings
The New Jersey Devils return to action following Mondayís 3-1 victory over the Buffalo Sabres. Tonight, they face the Detroit Red Wings at Little Caesars Arena, and this game has vital importance but not for the reasons you may think so letís get right into it. This is not going to be an...
March 26, 2019
Devils Slay Sabres in Monday Night Home Matchup
It might have been a Monday night. It might have been a match up between two teams that arenít headed for the playoffs. All in all, it seemed like a pretty meaningless game. Even if the final score leaving Prudential Center last night was irrelevant, the New Jersey Devils put up a strong...
March 25, 2019
Buffalo Sabres Visit Devils After Being Eliminated From Playoff Contention
The New Jersey Devils open up the week with a Monday night matchup against the Buffalo Sabres at the Prudential Center. This follows their thrilling shootout win in a goaltender’s duel versus the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday afternoon. If anyone has had a more disappointing season than the...
March 24, 2019
Fresh Faces Help Lead Devils to Victory
In what quickly became quite the goalie duel, the New Jersey Devils needed all 65 minutes, plus the shootout, to secure a victory over the Arizona Coyotes. Both goalies were on their A game, as Kuemper made miraculous save after miraculous save, especially in the third where he had 12 of his 31...

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