1. Most Likely Candidates to Replace Jacques Lemaire

    Was he asked to leave or did he truly retire on his own? Well, at this point, it doesn't really matter. The biggest question is whom will GM Lou Lamoriello hire to be the next Devils ...

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  2. NJ Devils: Report Cards At The Halfway Point (Goalies & Defense)

    As we reach the halfway point of the season, its time to take a look at the individual performances of the Devils and maybe take a dive into what might happen in the weeks and months ahead. Goaltenders Martin Brodeur (38 GP, 26-10-1, 2...

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  3. NJ Devils: Report Cards at the Halfway Point (Goalies and Defense)

    As we reach the halfway point of the season, its time to take a look at the individual performances of the Devils and maybe take a dive into what might happen in the weeks and months that lie ahead...

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  4. Devils Giving The Kids a Chance

    This past July, many Devils fans (or people who watch the Devils) were alarmed when the Devils didn't really make much of an effort to re-sign John Madden or Brian Gionta...

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  5. Week 2 NFL Power Rankings Springsteen Style

    In honor of Bruce Springsteen’s 60th birthday this week, I am going to use a Springsteen lyric to describe each team, as they stand after week 2… Current Team ...

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  6. Opening Weekend NFL Power Rankings

    Current Team Previous 1 Pittsburgh Steelers 12-4 The Steelers won it all last year, and didn’t really lose anyone major enough to think they don’t have a good chance of repeating...

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  7. NFL Power Rankings: Opening Weekend

    An American tradition continues with the dawning of the 2009 NFL season. With that, comes the annual debate of ranking the order of the best teams in the league...

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  8. Top 15 New Jersey Devils in History

    Who do you think are the 15 biggest people to have impacted the New Jersey Devils franchise? Keep in mind here, these are the people who had the biggest impact on the Devils franchise, not the biggest Devils to have professional careers...

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  9. The Return of Jacques Lemaire

    Was it irony or not? On the 2nd anniversary of Brent Sutter's hiring as head coach of the New Jersey Devils, the Devils announced his replacement. They brought back an old face in Jacques Lemaire...

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  10. Questions Are Getting Answered for the New Jersey Devils, but Many Still Remain

    With free agency having started, a lot of questions have been answered in terms of what the New Jersey Devils are doing to get ready for the 2009-10 season...

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  11. Did Brent Sutter Play Lou Lamoriello Like a Fiddle?

    Brent Sutter has been named head coach of the Calgary Flames. Meanwhile, Devils GM Lou Lamoriello and Devils fans and players are left feeling like a jilted bride. There, it's official now...

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  12. Brent Sutter: New Jersey Devils' Coach Expected to Step Down Today

    A press conference, possibly as early as Tuesday, is expected to announce that Brent Sutter is stepping down as head coach of the New Jersey Devils...

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  13. Is The New York Mets' Season on The Cusp Of Being Over in June?

    I think Carlos Beltran hit home with many fans with the thoughts he shared after Thursday's game against Pittsburgh: “The reality is, coming here to Pittsburgh and getting swept, for me, ...

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  14. Brent Sutter Likely To Leave the New Jersey Devils

    After reading this article in yesterday's Calgary Sun, it has become apparent to me that the likelihood of Brent Sutter returning to coach the New Jersey Devils is slim...

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  15. New Jersey Devils: The Year That Was and the Year That Will Be (Part II)

    We tackled the shock and awe of the end of the season in our last installment, and took a look at the goaltender position. If you want to get caught up, check out Part I. Now, we move on to the defensemen...

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  16. New Jersey Devils: The Year That Was and The Year That Will Be (Part I)

    To any die hard Devils fan, the picture of Eric Staal celebrating above, is enough to make you cringe. In a game that won't soon be forgotten, the Devils blew not only a one-goal lead in the ...

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  17. What Will Lou Lamoriello and the Devils Look To Do Before the Trade Deadline?

    With the upcoming trade deadline March 4, the New Jersey Devils find themselves in an interesting situation. Regardless of whether or not GM Lou Lamoriello adds anyone, the Devils appear set to add All-World goalie Martin Brodeur to the fold...

    levinakl Written by levinakl about almost 6 years ago 504 reads 3 comments

  18. Jim Schoenfeld: "Have Another Donut," the 1988 NHL Playoffs That Changed Hockey

    May 6, 1988. A day that will live in infamy for the National Hockey League. Disagree? Maybe you don't remember the black eye moment that took place after Game Three of the Eastern Conference Finals...

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  19. Martin Brodeur Returning Soon to Devils Squad

    Thanks to Tom Gulitti's Fire and Ice Blog, it appears the return of Martin Brodeur is not all that far off...

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  20. New Jersey Devils Start Second Half Off Strong

    The Devils started off their second half of the season pretty similar to how the first half ended. On the road for seven out of their last eight games, the Devils defeated the Ottawa Senators 4-1...

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  21. Who Sits for the New Jersey Devils? Brendan Shanahan Expects to Play Monday

    The New Jersey Devils have been playing quite well of late, winning four of five games thus far on their current six-game road trip. The only slip up was a tight 4-3 loss at the expense of the Anaheim Ducks...

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  22. New Jersey Devils: First Half Report Card (Part II of II)

    Well, it looks like the Devils played some inspired hockey last night to knock off the Canucks in Vancouver for the first time in nearly ten years. It also gave me a 43rd game to use in grading the defense and goaltending...

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  23. New Jersey Devils: First Half Report Card (Part I Of II)

    With the New Jersey Devils at about the halfway point of the season, I think it’s time to give out the mid-season report cards to everyone...

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  24. Brendan Shanahan Returns to New Jersey

    After many, many rumors throughout the summer and into the beginning of the season, GM Lou Lamoriello has brought back the player he drafted first, the No. 2 overall pick, back in 1987, Brendan Shanahan...

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  25. New Jersey Devils Head Out West Looking to Regroup

    The New Jersey Devils finished up their recent homestand with about as bad a game as you would expect them to play all season. They lost 4-0 to the Atlanta Thrashers, a team that hadn't shut out an opponent all season...

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