The New Jersey Devils were mathematically eliminated from the playoffs Sunday as they matched their season-worst five game winless streak with a 2-1 loss to Anaheim at Prudential Center.
After a shutout win against the Penguins and completing a season sweep of the Sabres, the New Jersey Devils were the victims of a shutout and a season sweep by the Islanders.
The New Jersey Devils went 1-1-1 on their three-game, three time-zone road trip to remain at NHL .500 with a 29-29-11 overall record.
The Devils are hitting the road for their next three games after winning two of three at Prudential Center this past week, improving their record on home ice to 13-4-4 over their last 21 games at The Rock.
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.
Home ice has been good to the New Jersey Devils, who have won three in a row and are 10-2-3 in their last 15 games at Prudential Center.
After matching their season best three-game winning streak, the New Jersey Devils have dropped four in a row, including a pair of 3-1 losses to two of the best teams in the Western Conference this past weekend.
After matching their season-high three-game winning streak, the New Jersey Devils have dropped two in a row for the first time in more than a month.
The New Jersey Devils picked up where they left off prior to the NHL All-Star break, extending their points streak to a season-high four straight games (3-0-1).
The New Jersey Devils head to the NHL All-Star break after winning two of three on their California road trip.
The New Jersey Devils have not had a lot to celebrate this season, but Patrik Elias had a memorable week, reaching a milestone and being selected to his fourth All-Star Game.
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.
After a respectable 6-3-2 start to the season, the New Jersey Devils went just 6-14-5 over their next 25 games.
The New Jersey Devils split a pair of shootouts, but ended up on the wrong end of two shutouts in going 1-2-1 this past week.
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.