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Hall Injured, Severson a Bright Spot Early Into Season

Right in the middle of a five game win streak, the New Jersey Devils caught an unlucky break: left winger Taylor Hall suffered a torn meniscus. On November 16th, the first liner and off-season acquisition underwent successful arthroscopic surgery, after not playing in the November 12th and 15th games against Buffalo and Dallas, respectively. Hall is expected to be out …

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Henrique’s Movember Returns, Devils Struggle to Find Chemistry

It’s that time of year again. The time of the upper lip whisker, the lip sweater, and the inevitable comparison of moustaches. A Devil no stranger to moustache envy from the likes of many is Adam Henrique. Last year, he started a Movember campaign, raising money to be donated to men’s health and cancer research. He is back at it …

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2016-17 New Jersey Devils Season Preview

2015-16 Season: 38-36-8, for 84 points. Standing: Seventh in the Metropolitan division, twelfth in the Eastern conference, and twentieth in the league. OFFSEASON MOVES: 1. Trade: Taylor Hall for Adam Larsson In what will probably go down as one of the weirdest trades in NHL history, ex-Oilers captain and 2010 first overall pick Taylor Hall was shipped to the Garden State …

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Lee Stempniak Named Second Star of the Week

For the week ending January 24, New Jersey Devils first line forward Lee Stempniak was named second star, alongside two goalies – the first star was Colorado netminder Semyon Varlamov, and the third was St. Louis’ Brian Elliott. Stempniak scored four goals in three games last week, Stempniak shared the League lead with four goals in three games, helping the …

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Adam Henrique Notches 100th Career Assist in Win Over Flames

The Devils have won their last two games, Mike Cammalleri returned from injury, and they are a strong competitor for the Wild Card position in the Eastern Conference (a way better position than many projected for this team). They are also only three points behind the division rival New York Islanders, and four points behind the New York Rangers, sitting …

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Cory Schneider Named An All-Star

On January 6, the NHL announced their All-Star lineup, following the announcement that John Scott would captain the Pacific Division team. The All-Star game has taken some flack over the years (understandably so), but it shows no signs of stopping. It brought a bright note to the Devils, though, as the roster announcement included game-saving goaltender Cory Schneider. In 36 …

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Travis Zajac Placed on Injured Reserve, Henrique Hurt

The New Jersey Devils’ motto this season is #RELENTLESS. And, now is the time for them to prove they believe in it. Recent injuries to first line centre Adam Henrique and second line centre Travis Zajac have now forced struggling third liner Jacob Josefson into the first-line position, where he found himself in a crushing 4-0 loss to the division …

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Ruutu Practicing, Cammalleri Named Third Star

Almost right after the season began, the Devils suffered an injury. On October 16th, veteran forward Tuomo Ruuto suffered a fractured foot, an injury that did not show up in original testing. To replace him, the Devils signed Bobby Farnham, who has far exceeded expectations in terms of playing ability. But, Ruutu returned to practice on Sunday, signalling he is …

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Elias Returns, Questionable Callback Sees Loss Against Columbus

Unfortunately, the story of last night is much more than Patrik Elias’ return to the lineup. His time on the power-play unit was sloppy and seemed confused, and his line (the third, with Jacob Josefson and Stefan Matteau) produced zero points. Josefson has a mere four assists on the season, and Matteau has yet to record a point. It will …

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Tyler Kennedy Back with New Jersey on a Professional Tryout; Adding More of the Same

The New Jersey Devils announced on Tuesday that Tyler Kennedy will be joining the team on a professional tryout. That may sound like a familiar sentence, since this is the second time this year that Kennedy is on a professional tryout with the team. The first time was during training camp before the season, where he played in three preseason …

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