Credit Devils radio play-by-play man Matt Loughlin for this stat: Cory Schneider has now started 97 games with NJ. The Devils have scored two or fewer goals in 67 of those games, three or fewer in 81.
The move doesn’t come as a major surprise, as the Devils are having a disappointing campaign and Jagr recently hinted that he’d be open to a trade.
Though the Devils have played better of late in their quest to sneak into the playoffs, they are doing it without much of a contribution from Jagr — and it’s not because the sixth leading scorer in NHL history is playing poorly.
Serious plans for the NHL’s March 2 trade deadline are being made right now, and it’s all about making the best possible deal.
He’ll be 43 on Sunday, but you better believe teams will be lining up for his services should his current squad deem him expendable.
As always, there are some pretty notable snubs who will not be attending the festivities. Here are three from the local teams, as well as four others from outside the area.
What is of particular concern to the Islanders is that the third spot on their top line has been a revolving door for much of the season. The solution has yet to prevent itself.
The New Jersey Devils have gone just 2-3-0 since making their coaching change during the Christmas break, but the oldest Devil rang in the New Year by making NHL history.
Jaromir Jagr scored three times to spark a rare offensive outburst by the New Jersey Devils as they beat the Philadelphia Flyers 5-2 on Saturday night.
It’s getting late early for the Devils, who begin the week with just two wins in their last 11 games (2-6-3) and have fallen to a season-low four games below .500 (11-15-5), tied for 12th in the Eastern Conference standings.
Jaromir Jagr had a goal and an assist in his 1,500th NHL game, and the New Jersey Devils defeated the Carolina Hurricanes 2-1 Monday night.
The New Jersey Devils snapped a four-game winless streak and improved to 4-1-0 on the road this season with a 3-2 overtime victory Saturday night in Ottawa.
Jaromir Jagr scored a power-play goal 3:39 into overtime, and the New Jersey Devils beat the Ottawa Senators 3-2 on an emotional Saturday night in Canada’s capital.
The Devils opened the season with two road wins for the first time in team history, starting with a 6-4 victory at Philadelphia last Thursday and beating the Panthers 5-1 in Florida.
Schneider begins his second season in New Jersey as the clear No. 1 goaltender Thursday night when the Devils attempt to send the Flyers to their third straight 0-2 start in their home opener.