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NHL All-Time Top 10: 10 Best Players To Wear Sweater No.1

April 4th, 2011
There have been a lot of different players to don jersey No.1 in the National Hockey League over the years.  It's a number dominated by the goaltending position, and there definitely have been some greats over the year.  The sweater has a lot of history to it, demonstrated by the fact ...

New Jersey Devils: The Top 10 Moments at Prudential Center

March 17th, 2011
The Devils played at the Continental Airlines Arena (originally known as Brendan J. Byrne Arena) in East Rutherford, NJ from their inception in 1982 through the 2006-07 season before moving to Newark, NJ in the plush new Prudential Center.  There were tons of memories in the old building, ranging from the ...

Jacques Lemaire: NHL Coaching Legend Hits Magical #600, Playoff Miracle Next?

February 11th, 2011
In a magical night in Toronto, the New Jersey Devils continued to keep their ever-so-slight playoff Impossible Dream alive, while Jacques Lemaire became the eighth member of the 600-win club, as the Devils defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs, 2-1. He joins a pretty exclusive club, with the other members being Scotty Bowman ...

New Jersey Devils Resurgence: Could It Lead To Another Year of Jacques Lemaire?

February 7th, 2011
The New Jersey Devils have turned their season around in the last dozen games, posting a record of 9-1-2, including an Canadiens, a clear difference from the team that failed miserably in the first half of the season. A major question that has arisen from the Devils positive play, has been ...

Charles Wang and New York Mets: A Potential Partnership To Help Each Other?

February 4th, 2011
Let me start out by saying I have no evidence of this actually happening. But, when you think about it at face value, it makes an incredible amount of sense. Charles Wang, current owner of the New York Islanders, and a billionaire has been struggling to move forward with his Mega ...

Jamie Langenbrunner On His Way Out Of New Jersey; Trade Imminent

January 6th, 2011
Jamie Langenbrunner has been asked by the New Jersey Devils to waive his no-trade clause.  In a move that certainly is not too surprising, it has leaked out through several media outlets that Langenbrunner's locker at Prudential Center was empty of his equipment and that he was not at the arena ...

New Jersey Devils Showing No Improvement Where It Counts Most

January 5th, 2011
The New Jersey Devils continue to find different ways to lose hockey games.  Tuesday night, the Devils fell to the Minnesota Wild 2-1 after a freakish bounce on a goal by Clayton Stoner. Besides the fluky goal against the Devils, the game showed a lot of indicators of why the team ...

New Jersey Devils Fire John MacLean, Bring Back Jacques Lemaire

December 23rd, 2010
The New Jersey Devils have been known for a lot of things over the years.  Three Stanley Cup Championships, constant playoff appearances and also, constant coaching changes. The decision to fire John MacLean after just 33 games can't be a total surprise considering the history of the Devils' coaching carousel. MacLean, ...

New Jersey Devils Start Tweaking Roster: Brian Rolston Put On Waivers

December 14th, 2010
With the struggles the New Jersey Devils have had thus far this season, many people have been waiting for the " other shoe to drop."  While people have been creating the rumors of head coach John MacLean being fired, GM Lou Lamoriello made his first significant move today, placing LW Brian ...

New Jersey Devils Show Their Class Paying Respects To Pat Burns

December 1st, 2010
The New Jersey Devils as a franchise went to Montreal Monday to attend the funeral of their former Head Coach Pat Burns, who died November 19th after a long fight with cancer.  The Devils, usually known for their class as an organization, had their entire team attend.  Even though there ...