New Jersey Devils

Doc Emrick Tackles NY/NJ's Hockey Issues

by Kelly Kultys

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The legendary Doc Emrick, lead hockey play-by-play announcer for NBC and NBC Sports, joins Kenny Ducey and Kelly Kultys to discuss all things New York hockey. Emrick offered his insights into the Henrik Lundqvist situation and the Devils' poor shootout play as well as offering his New Year's resolutions for the team.

Goaltending Trouble

by Anthony Pucik

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The New Jersey Devils made arguably the most shocking move of the offseason, as they acquired goaltender Cory Schneider from the Vancouver Canucks for their ninth overall pick in this summer’s draft. Now, it’s too early to say whether or not London Knights’ Bo Horvat, the player the Canucks drafted with that ninth-overall pick, will end up being the player Vancouver expects them to be, but it seemed like the Devils got the better end of this deal early on.

When Yankee Stadium Freezes Over

by Bobby Gubin

Bobby Gubin, WFUV Sports

Not to be confused with the already 5-year old Winter Classic, the NHL has decided to establish a new outdoor spectacle, this time on the field of Yankee Stadium. In the Big Apple, the NHL Stadium Series will feature the three local teams in two regular season games. The first comes on Sunday, January 26, 2014 with the Devils playing the Rangers. The Islanders will face the Rangers in the second game on Wednesday, Janurary 29, 2014. The Blueshirts will be the away team in both games.

Devils' Roller Coaster Ride Ends

by Nick Logerfo

New Jersey is home to some of the biggest and fastest roller coasters in the world. Jersey’s hockey team, the Devils, must have taken some inspiration from this and had a season that was nothing short of a roller coaster ride. On the day after the New York Rangers eliminated the Devils from the playoffs it’s now time to reflect on the season that could have been, but never was.

Devils Get Back On Track

by Nick Logerfo

Nick Logerfo, WFUV Sports

It was a rebounding week for the Devils following a week where they had three overtime losses, and one regulation loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Devils responded this week by rattling off four straight wins, three of which came against Atlantic division rivals.

Devils Have the Roughest Week an Undefeated Team Can Have

by Kenny Ducey

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By Nate Schiller

Two weeks into this lockout-shortened 48-game season, only the Devils, the Chicago Blackhawks, and the San Jose Sharks have yet to lose a game in regulation.  But for a team that is technically undefeated due to the NHL’s use of the one-point overtime loss, the Devils are looking beat up after losing their last three games following the 3rd period buzzer.