WFAN Favorite Teams Poll: #7 -- 2002-03 DevilsUnlike their previous two championships, this one pushed the Devils to the limit on more than one occasion.
WFAN Favorite Teams Poll: #8 -- 1994-95 DevilsThe Devils shocked everyone by routing heavily favored Detroit in the Stanley Cup Final, outscoring the high-powered Red Wings 16-7 in a four-game sweep.
Schwei's Devils Notes: Season Ends With Just 3 Wins In Final 24 GamesBack on Feb. 18, the Devils were just four points out of a playoff spot. From there, things went downhill in a hurry.
Devils Fall To Red Wings In Final Game At Detroit's Joe Louis ArenaCory Schneider made 31 saves for the Devils, who haven't earned a spot in the postseason since advancing to the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals.
Penguins Beat Devils, Sweep 5-Game Season SeriesIn a game that featured 11 goal-scorers and 25 players recording at least one point, the Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the New Jersey Devils on Thursday night at the Prudential Center to sweep their five-game season series.
Lichtenstein: NHL Has Good Reason To Sit Out 2018 OlympicsSending the NHL’s top players halfway around the world is just not worth it. Between the multiple-week schedule shutdown in mid-season and the injury risk, what’s in it for the league?
Devils Snap 6-Game Losing Streak With OT Win Over FlyersJohn Moore scored 59 seconds into overtime and New Jersey Devils snapped a six-game losing streak with a 1-0 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday night.
Schwei’s Devils Notes: Elias Joins Fraternity Of Big-Time Scorers Who Stuck With One FranchiseThe 40-year-old forward, who did not play this season, will have his No. 26 officially retired in a ceremony next season, becoming the fifth Devils player to be so honored.
Flyers Goaltender Collapses During Game Against DevilsRookie goaltender Anthony Stolarz turned aside all 22 shots he faced in emergency relief of Michal Neuvirth, to lead the Philadelphia Flyers to a 3-0 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Saturday night at the Wells Fargo Center.
Patrik Elias, Devils' All-Time Leading Scorer, Announces RetirementPatrik Elias, the New Jersey Devils' all-time leading scorer, is retiring after a career that spanned almost two decades and included two Stanley Cup titles.
Winnipeg Rallies From Two-Goal Deficit To Beat Devils In Overtime ShootoutBeau Bennett, Taylor Hall, Stefan Noesen scored for New Jersey, which has lost four straight and won only twice (2-12-4) in 18 games.
Schwei's Devils Notes: No Playoffs Once Again As N.J. Limps HomeAfter winning just one of their previous four games, the New Jersey Devils have been officially eliminated from playoff contention.

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