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Amazonian man-toothed fish found among other freaks of nature in New Jersey.

3 days agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

This fish is the new Jersey Devil except it's real. A species of fish native to the Amazon was found in a lake in New Jersey this week by a father-and-son team of fishermen. It looked like an enormous Piranha until they opened the fish's mouth to discover it had a healthier-looking smile than most of the state's human residents. Show More Summary

The New Jersey Devils' 2015 NHL Entry Draft Primer

On Friday night, the first round of the 2015 NHL entry draft will take place at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida. With the first overall pick, the Edmonton Oilers will take Connor McDavid. With the second overall pick, the Buffalo...Show More Summary

Positional Breakdown of Devils' Roster as Draft and Free Agency Approach

Things have been quiet for the New Jersey Devils over the last month. Recently, they filled out their coaching staff, signed two prospects and added two European players. All these moves were worthwhile, but none stole headlines. However,...Show More Summary

Why Two Pro Teams in Different Sports Get Together for a Huge Offsite

For the last two years, executives from the NBA's Philadelphia 76ers and the NHL's New Jersey Devils have come together at a joint offsite event. Here's why.

Profiling the Jersey Devil

The story of the so-called Jersey Devil is almost as legendary as the tales that surround such famous monsters as Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, and the Chupacabra. It’s a very strange saga that dates back to 1735 and to the heart of New Jersey’s Pine Barrens,...

Analyzing the Factors Behind Patrik Elias' Mediocre 2014-15 Season

Patrik Elias may well go down as the best forward in the history of the New Jersey Devils. The 39-year-old Czech forward does not simply lead the Devils in the major offensive categories —he is running away with them. His 406 goals are 59 more than second-place John MacLean. Show More Summary

For Our Consideration: From “Kilmer” to “kitsch”: One issue of Entertainment Weekly defined “cool” in ‘95

For me, June 1995 was an emotional roller coaster. For the first time since 1966, my esteemed Detroit Red Wings reached the Stanley Cup Finals, only to be swept in four games by the New Jersey Devils. Shortly before coach Jacques Lemaire...Show More Summary

What NHL announcer Mike Emrick can teach you about language and journalism

2 weeks agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

Hall of Fame NHL commentator Mike “Doc” Emrick waves to the fans as he is presented with a jersey by the New Jersey Devils. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun) I approached Mike Emrick with a request prior to Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final atShow More Summary

5 Devils Who Have to Prove They Belong in System of New Bosses Shero and Hynes

So far, this offseason has been an offseason of "new" for the New Jersey Devils. On May 4, longtime team president Lou Lamoriello stepped down from his role as general manager, hiring former Pittsburgh Pengiuns GM Ray Shero to take over. On...Show More Summary

John Hynes to Devils: Latest Contract Details, Analysis and Reaction

The New Jersey Devils are currently without a coach, but they may have found their man in the AHL. According to Sportsnet's Nick Kypreos, the Devils agreed to a three-year deal making John Hynes their next head coach. Jason Mackey of...Show More Summary

Latest News and Analysis from New Jersey Devils' Offseason of Transition

The New Jersey Devils opened the offseason in surprising and interesting fashion by hiring a new general manager, Ray Shero, on May 4. But, perhaps somewhat predictably, the news has slowed to an extent since then. The Devils brought...Show More Summary

Brian Rafalski headlines U.S. Hockey HOF Class

The United States Hockey Hall of Fame has announced their latest crop of inductees for their Minnesota based institution, and former New Jersey Devil and Detroit Red Wing Defenceman, Brian Rafalski will headline it. Born in Dearborn,...Show More Summary

5 New Jersey Devils Who Are Most Impacted by the Team's Change in Management

When Lou Lamoriello hired Ray Shero to be the New Jersey Devils' new general manager earlier this month, most fans' first reaction was shock. Lamoriello was aging and on the hot seat, but the abruptness of the change caught nearly everyone...Show More Summary

New Jersey Devils' Biggest Need May Be Forwards, but There Is Defensive Need Too

While there is no doubt that the New Jersey Devils need help at forward, it would be untrue to say that is New Jersey's only weak spot. The Devils are obviously set in goal with Cory Schneider, as well as with their top defense pairing...Show More Summary

Devils' Lamoriello Steps Down, Hires Ray Shero: Initial Thoughts and Questions

When it became known that New Jersey Devils boss Lou Lamoriello was holding a press conference on Monday, speculation abounded as to what the topic of the meeting could be. But seemingly no one predicted what the Devils boss of overShow More Summary

Mayweather-Pacquiao Fight Breaks Record for PPV Buys and Boredom: Here’s One Writer’s Regret

2 months agoNews : Mediaite

Over the past decade, I've been to my share of big sporting events for a guy who usually prefers the comfort (and cost-effectiveness) of a Man Cave: Stanley Cup Finals (New Jersey Devils in '12), NFL playoffs (New York Giants in '12), NBA playoffs (then-New Jersey Nets in '07). Show More Summary

New Jersey Devils Have Decisions to Make About Bottom-Six Forwards

It is no secret that the New Jersey Devils did not exactly get stellar performances from most of their forwards this season. In 2014-15, New Jersey was 28th in the NHL in scoring, its leading scorer had only 43 points and it had only one player with more than 20 goals. But there was some good news amid the struggles. Show More Summary

Analyzing Adam Henrique's Season: Wrist Injury Justifies Second-Half Struggles

Adam Henrique is under immense pressure in New Jersey. It may not be fair to the 25-year-old forward from Ontario, but there can be no doubt that given the lack of talent and youth in the New Jersey Devils' forward ranks, Henrique shoulders...Show More Summary

Complete Guide to the 2015 Offseason for the New Jersey Devils

The 2014-15 season was a season of disappointment for the New Jersey Devils. The Devils fired their head coach halfway through the season, struggled to score goals for the duration of the campaign and ultimately missed out on the playoffs...Show More Summary

End of Season Awards for the 2014-15 New Jersey Devils

The New Jersey Devils' 2014-15 season is over, and once again the Devils have failed to make the playoffs. There is a lot of negativity and criticism around New Jersey at the moment, as well there should be, but the team's disappointing...Show More Summary

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