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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

Devils' Embarrassment Against Rangers Makes Lou Lamoriello's Seat Even Hotter

It would be hard to find a more painful end to a regular season in New Jersey Devils history than the one that team has experienced this year. New Jersey's demoralizing 6-1 defeat at Madison Square Garden on Saturday was hard to swallow,...Show More Summary

New York Rangers vs New Jersey Devils Live Stream Free, Start Time: Watch Online NHL Hockey 2015

Metropolitan Division rivals will meet for the last time this season as the New Jersey Devils host the New York Rangers at the Prudential Center

Michael Cammalleri to Repeat Star Performance for New Jersey Devils Next Season?

The New Jersey Devils are short on players who have had unequivocally solid seasons. Cory Schneider certainly fits the bill in goal, and Andy Greene and Adam Larsson may do the same as defensemen, but at forward, there have been very...Show More Summary

5 Statistics That Show How Poor the New Jersey Devils Have Been This Season

For the first time since the 1980s, the New Jersey Devils are going to miss the playoffs for a third consecutive season. Two seasons ago, the Devils dominated for the first month and a half of a lockout-shortened season, but injuries to Martin Brodeur and Ilya Kovalchuk derailed the promising start. Show More Summary

Reasons for and Against New Jersey Devils Making Scott Stevens Their Next Coach

Scott Stevens is a New Jersey Devils legend. As the Devils' fiery, talented captain, he led the team to three Stanley Cup championships. Could Stevens lead the Devils to success once again, this time as a head coach? As he has spentShow More Summary

Reasons for and Against the New Jersey Devils Making Adam Oates Their Next Coach

New Jersey Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello 's decision to bring in both Adam Oates and Scott Stevens after firing former coach Peter DeBoer was unorthodox, to say the least. Oates, who was an assistant coach in New Jersey during the team's run to the 2012 Stanley Cup Final, took control of New Jersey's forwards. Show More Summary

Takeaways from Kings' 3-1 win over Devils

What we learned about the Kings’ 3-1 win against the New Jersey Devils on Monday night  

Los Angeles Kings vs New Jersey Devils Live Stream: Watch NHL Hockey Online Free

On March 23, 2015, the Los Angeles Kings play the New Jersey Devils at the Prudential Center in the NHL. The puck drops at 7 p.m. ET.

Devils Must Give Reid Boucher, Stefan Matteau Real Chances Before Season's End

It is no secret that the New Jersey Devils are short on talented forward prospects. Reid Boucher and Stefan Matteau may not even be considered top prospects at this point, but they are the best the Devils have up front right now. General...Show More Summary

Kings center Mike Richards set to return against New Jersey Devils

Mike Richards was getting ready to play his first game with the Kings since Jan. 21.

New Jersey Devils Players Still Have Plenty Left to Prove Before Season's End

The New Jersey Devils may be out of the playoff race (12 points out of the last playoff spot with 12 games to go), but that in no way means that what happens the rest of the season is inconsequential. With the team in perhaps its most...Show More Summary

NHL scores 2015: Schneider blanks Penguins, Blackhawks continue surge

Neither Cory Schneider or Chicago show any signs of slowing down. It's becoming abundantly clear that the New Jersey Devils have wasted a tremendous season by Cory Schneider. That was never more apparent than on Tuesday, when Schneider helped the Devils take advantage of a wounded Penguins team in a 2-0 shutout win. Show More Summary

Evaluating New Jersey Devils' Underachievers: Martin Havlat and Michael Ryder

Though there are plenty of New Jersey Devils who have been disappointing this season, there are two that stand out above the rest —Martin Havlat and Michael Ryder. The Devils needed goal scorers this season, and both players simply did...Show More Summary

Cory Schneider Deserves Hart Trophy Votes for Carrying the New Jersey Devils

There is no doubt that Cory Schneider is the New Jersey Devils' MVP this season. The team has struggled mightily at times, even after its coaching change at the end of December. Frequently, Schneider has been the only thing standingShow More Summary

Martin Brodeur, Blues employee, is watching the Devils game while his team plays

Old habits die hard. Martin Brodeur is a New Jersey Devils legend. He's retired now, but is still involved with the NHL as an advisor to St. Louis Blues general manager Doug Armstrong. Brodeur was in attendance for the Blues' game against...Show More Summary

5 New Jersey Devils Who've Exceeded Expectations During the 2014-15 Season

With the New Jersey Devils heading toward yet another early ending season, there can be no doubt that 2014-15 has been a disappointment. On Friday, I took a look at which players were the biggest culprits in this season's letdown, and there were plenty to choose from. Show More Summary

Adam Henrique makes no-look, between-the-legs assist on Devils goal

Perhaps the prettiest Devils goal this season. The New Jersey Devils aren't exactly known for gorgeous hockey skills, especially now that Jaromir Jagr isn't on the team. So their first goal on Friday was even more special. Jordin Tootoo...Show More Summary

5 New Jersey Devils Who've Had Disappointing 2014-15 Seasons

With the New Jersey Devils facing a third consecutive season out of the playoffs, there is plenty of blame to go around. Likely, it starts at the top with general manager Lou Lamoriello, whose personnel decisions have left New Jersey dangerously bereft of goal scoring. Show More Summary

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