The New Jersey Devils could use a shot of youthful enthusiasm. They are an aging team that has missed the playoffs twice in the past three seasons. This kind of shortcoming has not occurred since a three-year stretch from 1987-1989. So it seems like a good time to infuse a new core and get contributions from young, homegrown faces. Show More Summary
"Lots of our favourite crypto-creatures are here as well, the Jersey Devil, the Kraken, the horse-headed men of the Philippines, and the Mongolian Death Worm..."
Coming off a disappointing season in which he watched his team uncharacteristically implode down the stretch, losing a baffling 10 straight games, Devils president and general manager Lou Lamoriello faces an offseason which could drastically change the landscape of the organization. Show More Summary
The Jersey Devil on vacation or a migratory pterodactyl from Papua, New Guinea?
The ashes of a failed 2013 remain scattered, uncollected. The New Jersey Devils failed to qualify for the playoffs for just the second time since 1996. Radical fans declare Lou Lamoriello is slipping. They scream that the Kovalchuk contract was a mistake. Show More Summary
The New Jersey Devils' 2013 season did not live up to the hype. After a run to the Stanley Cup finals last season, expectations were high for a Devils squad that returned all of its players beyond Zach Parise. Things did not work out for the team, though. Show More Summary
The New Jersey Devils have a long wait ahead of them while they sit idly by as the playoffs progress this season. An extremely disappointing season resulted in the club missing the playoffs for just the second time since 1996. With lots...Show More Summary
This. Is. Awful. A picture was circulated by @_oliverperkins on Sunday afternoon ahead of the Manchester United v Chelsea match, showing the jersey of one Red Devils who has taken his club’s title winning success a little too far. With one of the garish slogans ever seen on the back of a replica shirt, this Manchester [...]
Lou Lamoriello is something of a beloved figure in New Jersey, and for good reason. The man is responsible for much of what the franchise has managed since he took over as president and general manager in 1987, and he's had no shortage of personal achievements. Show More Summary
Devils fans could use a pick me up. As local rivals on Broadway and Long Island begin first-round playoff series, New Jersey is excavating its locker room in preparations for a long offseason of head scratching. They finished at 19-19-10, a disappointing.500 winning percentage in the lockout-shortened season. Show More Summary
The New Jersey Devils are officially done for the season. The team's painful campaign came to a painful end Saturday against the New York Rangers, when the team got shut out 4-0. The Devils are missing the playoffs for just the second time since the 1995-96 season. Show More Summary
New Jersey Devils forward Ilya Kovalchuk was one of six NHL players named to Russia’s world hockey championship roster on Tuesday.
The New Jersey Devils are in need of a retooling, if not at least a partial rebuild, after missing out on the Stanley Cup playoff picture for the second time in the last three years. They’ ve always had a penchant for college skaters—small...Show More Summary
Talk about ending with a whimper. The New Jersey Devils’ lockout-shortened 2013 campaign, which began with so much promise back in January, ended ignominiously on Saturday afternoon at Madison Square Garden with a 4-0 loss to the New York Rangers. Show More Summary
The Rangers line of Derek Stepan, Ryan Callahan, and Carl Hagelin (left to right in photos) came out on fire were relentless in pressuring the New Jersey Devils from the opening face-off. The combined to score two first period goalsShow More Summary
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight Nick Catone did not make the impression he would have liked in his home state, as "The Jersey Devil" missed the 171-pound welterweight limit by two pounds for his fight tomorrow night (April 27, 2013) at UFC 159: "Jones vs. Show More Summary
As I sit here hunting and pecking at the keyboard, the New Jersey Devils are ready to drop the puck against the Montreal Canadiens. The score of the game is of no importance. The game does not matter. The Canadiens are firmly entrenched in fourth place and the Devils, for the second time in three years, won't be attending the playoff party. Show More Summary
The New Jersey Devils have just three games left in their schedule before a long offseason rest. The team will miss the playoffs for the second time in three years, a frustrating result from a franchise that failed to make the playoffs just once between the 1989-90 season and the 2009-10 season. Show More Summary
With the New York Rangers defeat of the New Jersey Devils yesterday afternoon, the Devils have been officially eliminated from playoff contention this year. Being one myself I have to say that Devils fans are the biggest spoiled brats in the NHL family, yet it is with good reason. Show More Summary
So much for Saturday’s showing. One day after blasting the Florida Panthers by a 6-2 count, the New Jersey Devils were eliminated from Stanley Cup playoff contention for the second time in three years with a 4-1 loss to the New York Rangers on Sunday at Madison Square Garden. Show More Summary