The New Jersey Devils continue to struggle and are mired in their fourth three-game losing streak of the season. The return of their future Hall of Fame goaltender may inspire a turnaround.
As bad as it’s been for the Devils this year, anybody who has kept up with my column knows that I have been what you might call optimistic. Now I’ll allow you to call it what it really was: denial.
Coming off its best win of the season, New Jersey now gets to face a struggling Calgary team as it tries to post back-to-back victories for the first time.
Coming off two straight losses, a matchup with beaten-up New Jersey may be just what the NHL-leading Washington Capitals need to get back on track.
The Devils reached their 20-game milestone in the 2010-11 season Saturday night in St. Louis and are just 5-13-2. The 20-game point total ranks as the 3rd-worst in club history since the team moved to New Jersey in 1982.
As if the New Jersey Devils didn’t have enough problems already. They will be without goaltender Martin Brodeur and with their punchless offense Saturday when they try to salvage a win in the finale of their three-game road trip against the St. Louis Blues.
The Toronto Maple Leafs used an impressive power-play performance to end a lengthy losing streak. The New Jersey Devils’ last effort was anything but spectacular.
Ilya Kovalchuk ended his recent slump with a dramatic goal in the New Jersey Devils’ latest victory. Now he’ll look to end another drought against a conference foe Monday night.
The New Jersey Devils aren’t used to being considered among the NHL’s worst teams. The Edmonton Oilers know all too well what that’s like.
To a man, the New Jersey Devils do not believe that they are as poor as their 4-10-2 record indicates.
Not only are the Buffalo Sabres and New Jersey Devils at the bottom of the Eastern Conference, both teams may have to recover without their star goaltenders.
The Devils have yet to win a game at Prudential Center so far this season, going 0-5-1. It’s the club’s worst start through six games on home-ice since 1983-84.
The Devils have made crucial mistakes, been ravaged by injuries, and had seemingly every bounce go against them. So go ahead and write their eulogy if you’d like. But this team is not dead.
The struggling New Jersey Devils announced Tuesday evening that left wing Zach Parise underwent exploratory arthroscopic surgery on his right knee to repair a torn meniscus and will miss three months.
It’s early in the season, but the New Jersey Devils are uncharacteristically at the bottom of the NHL. Their position may not change any time soon.