Jack Hughes

Can the Devils Be a Legit Cup Contender This Season?

With the 2024 NHL season on the horizon, the New Jersey Devils find themselves in a position where they have a legitimate chance at capturing the coveted Stanley Cup. Building upon their rich history, solid roster, promising prospects, and effective coaching, several factors contribute to the Devils’ positive outlook. Let us explore why the New […]

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Devils Player Profile: Jonas Siegenthaler

(Long Island, NY) Like most other players, Jonas Siegenthaler came into the NHL through the draft. If you didn’t already know, you may be surprised to hear that he was picked by Washington 57th overall. For Devils fans who knew nothing about him, they were skeptical—most unknowing of what New Jersey had just brought into […]

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Devils Priming for a High Scoring Season Amidst Heated Metropolitan Division Showdown

(Long Island, NY) The 2023-2024 New Jersey Devils recently lost two wingers to Colorado. Tomas Tatar may have re-signed; however, his days in New Jersey were numbered the day Tom Fitzgerald made an unexpected splash. “Fitz” made a move to bring 73 Point and 34 goal, Tyler Toffoli in the fold. A Devils fan favorite, […]

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Hughes Brothers Reunion in New Jersey?

Vancouver is in a situation where their long-term salary cap picture needs to be restructured. It certainly has to be a point of discussion with upper management on potentially restructuring their future over a retool. Now, most Canucks fans might argue that the salary cap is due to go up, and they can be competitive […]

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An Email Interview with “Mr. Devil” Ken Daneyko

I may have grown up a New York Rangers fan, but one player I admired was former New Jersey Devils defenseman and now broadcaster Ken Daneyko. Mr. Daneyko played the game the right way, won three Stanley Cups, was a leader for the franchise on and off the ice, and represented the Devils well out […]

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The New Jersey Devils Already Look Like Cup Contenders For Next Season

This past season was an unbelievable one for the New Jersey Devils. After being one of the league’s worst teams over the past few seasons, the Devils ended up being one of the NHL’s best teams in the 2022-23 season. They finished with the third-best record in the NHL at 52-22-0-8 for 112 points and […]

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The Devils Have Nothing to Frown About

After beating the New York Rangers in seven games in an intense first-round series, the New Jersey Devils did not have enough energy to beat the Carolina Hurricanes in the second round.  On Thursday night, May 11th, the Hurricanes knocked the Devils out of the Stanley Cup playoffs with a 3-2 overtime victory. The Devils […]

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New Jersey Devils center Jack Hughes (86) fights with Carolina Hurricanes center Sebastian Aho during the second period of Game 3 of an NHL hockey Stanley Cup second-round playoff series, Sunday, May 7, 2023, in Newark, N.J. AP Photo/Adam Hunger

Jack Hughes Shining Bright For the Devils in the Postseason

New Jersey Devils star Jack Hughes is something to watch and admire every time he is on the ice. This is something that I noticed when I attended Game 3 of the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs at Madison Square Garden between the Devils and New York Rangers. In that game, Hughes, 21, […]

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Akira Schmid in net for the New Jersey Devils in the 2023 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports

Schmid Earns Devils Net for Rest of Playoff Series With the Rangers

The play of New Jersey Devils goaltender Vitek Vanecek during the regular season is one of the reasons why the team had so much success and made it into the playoffs for the first time in five seasons. Vanecek, 27, was 33-11-0-4 with a 2.45 goals-against average, a .911 save percentage, and three shutouts during […]

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Are You Experienced? NY Rangers Dominate NJ Devils 5-1 In Game One of First Round Series

So much of the discourse leading up to this Rangers-Devils series was centered around experience. Not that the Rangers are this playoff-grizzled team, but surely, this was an upstart year for the Devils. Would the fact that they collectively were new to the playoff scene matter, or would their style and speed, which seemed to […]

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