Which Metro Division Teams Will Give New Jersey Devils Most Problems in 2013-14?

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Which Metro Division Teams Will Give New Jersey Devils Most Problems in 2013-14?
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When the NHL announced its long-awaited conference realignment, the New Jersey Devils found themselves placed in the Metropolitan Division.

The Metro Division is made up of the old Atlantic (New Jersey, New York Rangers, New York Islanders, Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins) with the addition of the Washington Capitals, Carolina Hurricanes and Columbus Blue Jackets.

Because the Atlantic Division remained unscathed, all of the Devils' old rivalries will remain intact. The new teams create the exciting potential for newer rivalries to form or evolve.

The new Metropolitan Division is stacked from top to bottom with premier-level talent, so let's examine which teams might give the New Jersey Devils the most trouble in 2013-14.

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