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Penguins Possibly Not Done Signing PTOs

The Penguins signed three players to professional tryout offers this week, and he may not be done adding.  It’s now officially September, and training camp is only weeks away. For the Pens, there will be a few different entertaining roster battles to watch.  There are a few different notable players who have not been signed […]

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If the Pens Want Tatar, Say Goodbye to Carter or O’Connor

The Penguins improved their bottom six this off-season with the free-agent signings they made and should have no problem with the defensive side of things. As for the offensive side? There’s still a problem there. They have no proven goal scorer in the bottom six.  However, the rumors lately of the Pens going after Tomas […]

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Are The Penguins Still Looking For Upgrades?

Lots of things can change in a short amount of time.  After writing an article just yesterday about how it’s pretty unlikely that the Pens are going to make any moves, it seems that I was possibly wrong.  After the Pens acquired Erik Karlsson in the blockbuster deal of the summer, it seemed like Dubas […]

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Opinion: Penguins Rumors Are Out of Control

The offseason is still in its boring era, and rumors are running rapidly around Twitter(X) and other places about several players possibly joining the Penguins this offseason. These rumors are getting to a point of absurdity, leading to me writing this piece. A lot of these rumors are NOT TRUE THEY ARE FAKE FALSE NEWS […]

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Bargain Bin: Free Agency, PWHPA, NHL Offseason

Been a bit of a second since I’ve done a Bargain Bin. With the chaotic week of the NHL awards, two days of the NHL Draft in Nashville, and then Free Agency, it took a ton of my focus away. Otherwise, this Bargain Bin is jam-packed with news, rumors, opinions, and more. Let’s get into […]

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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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Capitals’ Season Ends in Overtime

The Washington Capitals 2022-2023 season lasted five minutes and 34 seconds longer than anticipated. After losing a 3-goal lead in their 82nd game, the Capitals lost 5-4 to the New Jersey Devils in overtime Thursday night. Both Tom Wilson and Dylan Strome continued their respective point streaks. Nicklas Backstrom and Alex Ovechkin also appeared on […]

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Game Preview: Devils vs Penguins

The Pittsburgh Penguins are set to take on the New Jersey Devils today at 5:30. The Devils are currently 35-14-5, while the Penguins are currently 27-18-9. The game will be available to be viewed on AT&T Sportsnet Pittsburgh, MSG, ESPN+, and Sportsnet NOW.  Devils forward Jack Hughes is set to return from an upper-body injury […]

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Time to Start Believing in the Devils

Going into the season, many in the hockey world figured that the New Jersey Devils would be better than they were last season. That really was not going to be hard to accomplish. All the team had to do to be better than they were last season was get good/healthy goaltending, put the puck in the net more, and win […]

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Playoffs are Not a Guarantee for the Devils

There is no doubt that the New Jersey Devils have taken huge strides this season. That may actually be an understatement. As of this writing (Tuesday, January 3), the Devils are second in the Metropolitan Division and sixth in the league with a 23-11-3 record for 49 points through 37 games. The team’s youngsters have […]

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