Lichtenstein: Devils’ D Picks Up Slack On Offensive EndLong one of the NHL’s stingiest teams, the Devils, under second-year coach John Hynes, have maintained the organization’s tradition of playing tight, disciplined hockey.
Schwei’s Devils Notes: Kinkaid Shines, Danis Returns And MoreKeith Kinkaid earned the NHL's third star of the week for the period ending March 13 after stopping 52 of the 53 shots he faced in the wins in San Jose and Los Angeles.
Schwei’s Devils Notes: Win Streak Snapped In Rare Shutout Loss To DetroitThe New Jersey Devils put together a modest three-game winning streak to end 2015 and begin 2016, but came up short Monday night as they tried to match their season-best four-game win streak from back in October.
Devils Sign Former Ranger John Moore, Blake ColemanThe Devils have signed former Rangers defenseman John Moore to a three-year deal with an average annual value of $1.66 million.
Hartnett: Yandle Trade Could Put Win-Now Rangers Over The TopThere will be plenty of Rangers fans shocked upon learning that super-prospect Anthony Duclair is heading to Arizona. But for GM Glen Sather, this was a no-brainer.
Arizona Sends Keith Yandle To Rangers For 2 Players, PicksYandle has been one of the league's best offensive-minded defensemen with 41 points in 63 games this season and has been the anchor of Arizona's power play unit.
Hartnett: Fear Fueled The Rangers' Domination Of Red-Hot PenguinsAfter being embarrassed by the lowly Edmonton Oilers on Sunday, the highly-motivated Rangers flipped the script by dominating the Metropolitan Division-leading Pittsburgh Penguins for the entirety of 60 minutes on Tuesday night.
Silverman: You Know Rangers Are Desperate When They Consider KaberleThe Rangers are battered and bruised on the blue line, and if the other areas of strength on this team do not step up, the Blueshirts will slip in the Metropolitan Division and the Eastern Conference to very precipitous depths.
Hartnett: John Moore’s Career With The Rangers Is On Thin IceAt this stage of his career, it’s crucial that Moore gets consistent playing time to prove that he can repair his damaged image.
Rangers' John Moore Suspended 5 Games For Head ShotThe decision was handed out by the league's Department of Player Safety following an in-person hearing with Moore, who is considered a repeat offender.
WATCH: Rangers' Moore, Kreider Ejected For Brutal Hits Vs. WildJohn Moore could be in line for a suspension from the NHL. The game was surprisingly rough considering these teams are in different conferences and meet only twice per season.
Hartnett: Rangers Put Grit And Guts On Display In Wild ComebackWhat unfolded was a comeback for the ages. The Rangers showed their fight, unleashing a hurricane in the form of Derick Brassard, Rick Nash and Mats Zuccarello.