TEAM

New Jersey Devils

10-18 (45% ATS)

2018-19 ATLANTIC DIVISION STANDINGS
TEAM W L OTL PTS
Tampa Bay Lightning 23 7 1 47
Toronto Maple Leafs 20 9 1 41
Buffalo Sabres 17 9 4 38
Boston Bruins 16 10 4 36
Montreal Canadiens 15 10 5 35
Detroit Red Wings 13 13 4 30
Ottawa Senators 13 14 4 30
Florida Panthers 11 11 6 28
Team Snapshot
PTS 26
GF 86
GA 100

New Jersey Devils Live News

  • Yesterday at 2:42pm

    In Lou We Trust: Game Preview: New Jersey Devils at the Anaheim Ducks

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    The Matchup: The New Jersey Devils (10-12-5) at the Anaheim Ducks (15-11-5). SBN Blog: Anaheim Calling.

    The Time: 8:00 PM ET

    The Broadcast: TV - MSG+

    A Familiar Face: The Devils get to see former Devil Adam Henrique tonight, and the fan favourite is having a very standard season for himself. Getting a career low of around 16 and a half minutes of ice time per game, Henrique has six goals and 11 assists in 31 games played, on track for around 45 points on the season.

  • Yesterday at 11:57am

    In Lou We Trust: Weekly Metropolitan Division Snapshot: 12/9/2018 - 12/15/2018

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    Saturday night featured a big-time #1 vs. #2 match-up for the top of the Metropolitan Division. As you can see in the headline photo for this week's Metropolitan Division snapshot, the leader remained the leader. They did so in a dominant fashion - and on the road. Now they're three points ahead. This may be the start of a team pulling away from the pack. Of course, nothing is ever simple or guaranteed. And that pack remains a pack. Here are the standings after Saturday night's games:

    The Washington Capitals are not ahead of the Columbus Blue Jackets by a ton, but it is a lead.

  • Yesterday at 3:15am

    In Lou We Trust: BDevils Lose 7-4 in Wild One with Comets

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    This was a wild and crazy night of hockey.

    The Utica Comets, with four first period goals, paved the rest of the way to a 7-4 victory over the Binghamton Devils at The Floyd on Saturday. Devils goaltender Mackenzie Blackwood, in a surprise start, was not his vintage self as he gave up three goals on the first three shots with the first only 17 seconds into the contest.

    Binghamton mounted a comeback to pull within one in the third period, but the damage was already done and they couldn't pull it off. With the loss, the Devils (10-13-3-0) fell closer to the bottom of the North Division with their third straight defeat.

  • December 8 at 4:22pm

    In Lou We Trust: Binghamton Devils Shut Out 5-0 to Syracuse Crunch

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    This was an ugly one.

    Not much went well for the Binghamton Devils on Friday in their 5-0 loss to the rival Syracuse Crunch at Onondaga County War Memorial Arena. Syracuse continues to roll as the hottest club in the AHL with an 11-0-2-0 record over the course of the last 13 games.

    BDevils' netminder Mackenzie Blackwood was challenged often while stopping 17 of 19 first period shots, and a total 26 of 31 for the game. If it weren't for him, the game would've been a much higher goal differential.

    Syracuse has Binghamton's number so far this season with their fifth consecutive victory with another five left to play.

  • December 8 at 12:29pm

    Fansided: New Jersey Devils: How Will We Know When To Be Sellers?

    The New Jersey Devils have a very strange issue this season. Obviously, things are going about as bad as possible, yet they are right in the thick of the playoff race. It's not a joke, this team is just four points out of third place in the Metropolitan Division.

    The Devils just ended a six game losing streak, yet are just two wins away from being in a postseason position. That seems impossible, but that's how the Metro is shaking out this season.

    This could be a good thing, or a bad thing. Let's start with the obvious.

  • December 7 at 6:43pm

    Fansided: Sami Vatanen Should Be Part Of New Jersey Devils Future Plans

    Things are not going well for the New Jersey Devils this season. There is no argument there. The Devils have spent more time in the basement of the Eastern Conference than they have in a playoff spot. Any spot. Even for a day. As we head into the hard part of the December schedule (that's right, we haven't even hit that yet), it's time to ask some hard questions about this team's roster.

    Some of the easy questions revolve around the Devils pending free agents. Marcus Johansson looks like a goner if this team doesn't turn it around, because he's probably going to give the Devils a better asset than they gave up for him.

  • December 7 at 2:52pm

    In Lou We Trust: Are Seats Starting to Warm for John Hynes and His Staff?

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    To say the least, this season has not gone as planned so far for the New Jersey Devils. In the follow-up season to their first playoff appearance in six years, the Devils have disappointed significantly. What started as a promising season that hoped to build on the successes of 2017-18 and see a youth movement take another step forward has devolved into a nightly struggle to remain loosely attached to the periphery of the playoff picture. The Devils came into last night's tilt with Los Angeles with just 5 wins in their previous 22 games. Needless to say, this has instilled a sense of frustration, anger, detachment, or all of the above in the fanbase.

  • December 7 at 10:03am

    In Lou We Trust: Devils in the Details - 12/7/18: Coffee Edition

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    Here are your links for today:

    Kyle Palmieri's brace helped to power the Devils to a 6-3 victory over the Kings on Thursday night, and you earned an extra cup of coffee today. [NorthJersey.com] [NJ.com]

    Fabian Zetterlund makes Sweden's preliminary roster for the World Junior Championship games:

    Reilly Walsh doesn't make the cut for Team USA:

    Here's U.S. National Jr Team general manager John Vanbiesbrouck on why Harvard D-man Reilly Walsh (NJD), one of the last players cut from last year's team, was not part of the USA select camp roster .

  • December 7 at 7:57am

    In Lou We Trust: New Jersey Devils Finally Win in a 6-3 Triumph Over Los Angeles Kings

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    The winless streak is finally over. The New Jersey Devils visited and defeated the Los Angeles Kings, 6-3.

    Late last night (by New Jersey time), the New Jersey Devils visited the Los Angeles Kings to play a game of hockey that counted in the National Hockey League regular season for 2018-19. This game did not need or deserve much hype before it began. Consider the matchup:

    The Devils went into this game in last place in the Eastern Conference. They were winless in their last six games. The team's hopes of building anything from last season have become fainter by the day.

  • December 7 at 3:44am

    NY Post: Devils snap six-game skid to win battle of cellar dwellers

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    LOS ANGELES -- Kyle Palmieri scored two goals and New Jersey Devils stopped a six-game losing streak with a 6-3 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday night in a matchup of conference cellar dwellers.

    The right wing, who leads the Devils with 14 goals, had not scored in his last 13 games against the Kings and had only two goals in 18 meetings. Both goals Thursday beat Jonathan Quick on his glove side.

    Taylor Hall had three assists while Travis Zajac and Will Butcher each had a goal and an assist. Nico Hischier and Blake Coleman also scored for the Devils, and Keith Kinkaid made 29 saves.