The Devils are 8-1-1 in their last 10 games, led by Martin Brodeur, who is now 7 and 1 with a 1.72 goals against average since the All-Star break.
In a short span of six days, the Devils gained valuable ground in the standings and have pushed themselves into 5th place.
The Devils continued their perfection after the All-Star break as they defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins 5-2 on Sunday afternoon.
Clarkson broke up the shutout when he scored with 7:22 left. Henrique then pulled the Devils to 3-2 when he scored with 2:20 remaining before the odd sequence in the final minute.
The Devils lost tonight to the surging Pittsburgh Penguins 4-1 with Jordan Staal shining.
The Maple Leafs will try for a season-high fourth consecutive home win and a fourth straight over the Devils on Thursday night.
Devils defenseman Anton Volchenkov has been suspended for three games by the NHL for elbowing Carolina’s Zach Boychuk in the head.
The Devils are enjoying their best stretch of hockey this season, going 3-0-1 with points in four straight games.
This could be the year of the Devils’ demise, and it’s only 29 games into season.
The Colorado Avalanche continue a grueling road stretch Friday night against the banged-up New Jersey Devils, who are trying to build on their first win.
Early struggles from two of the league’s most accomplished goaltenders have plagued both clubs, but perhaps a head-to-head meeting will spark a turnaround as Ryan Miller’s Sabres host Martin Brodeur and the Devils on Wednesday night.
Alex Goligoski couldn’t believe his eyes. The New Jersey Devils were really going to play an NHL game with only 15 skaters.
So, is there any hope? Can any of the three locals compete for a title like the Jets or Yankees or is this going to be a winter of bad ice chips in the metropolitan area?