New Jersey Devils Made 5 Key Changes to Reach the Stanley Cup Finals

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New Jersey Devils Made 5 Key Changes to Reach the Stanley Cup Finals

At the end of the 2010-2011 NHL Season, the New Jersey Devils were watching the playoffs from home for the first time since 1996. Star forward Zach Parise had been out for the majority of the season with an injury, and Russian sniper Ilya Kovalchuk had trouble assimilating in Newark.

The team just could not get it together—changes needed to be made.

With a fourth overall draft pick, changes in staff and some new blood, the Devils managed to make all the right decisions to insure themselves a successful run in the 2012 season.

In the following slides are five key changes employed by the Devils that ultimately took them from a failed season to the Stanley Cup finals…

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