A new generation of Devils have lived up to the organization’s proud standard by reaching their first Stanley Cup Finals since 2003.
Ryan Carter snapped a tie with 4:24 left, and the New Jersey Devils posted a 5-3 victory over the New York Rangers after blowing a three-goal lead in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals on Wednesday night.
Peter DeBoer shook up the Devils’ forward lines and his players responded by dominating Game 4 and evening the Eastern Conference Finals.
If you have any doubt this series is becoming a classic, just look at Game 4.
The Devils are back in the conference finals, and for the second time in club history their opponent for the Prince of Wales Trophy (and more importantly a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals) will be the rival Rangers.
Bryce Salvador is finding his scoring touch as the Devils prepare to face the Rangers in the Eastern Conference Finals.
A day after making the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time since 2003, New Jersey Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello was in a good mood.
Before Game 5, Jagr called over to the legendary Devils goalie, “Hey, Marty, how does it feel to be 40?” It must feel pretty good — Brodeur is moving on.
The Devils have neutralized the Flyers’ once-dominant powerplay and won the physical battles through three series games.
The Flyers took advantage over the Devils in the Eastern Conference semifinals as Danny Briere scored the Game 1 overtime winner.
The Devils’ penalty kill went from the NHL’s best to 40 percent during the playoffs. They must stamp out their mistakes if they wish to advance.
Brian Campbell scored on a second-period power play and the Florida Panthers staged their greatest playoff comeback in franchise history, rallying from an early three-goal deficit to defeat the New Jersey Devils 4-3 on Tuesday night.
Martin Brodeur stopped 24 shots for his 100th postseason win, and a three-goal first period was enough to help the New Jersey Devils spoil the Florida Panthers’ long-awaited return to the Stanley Cup playoffs in a 3-2 victory Friday night.
Despite their long playoff drought, the Panthers’ roster has more former Stanley Cup winners than the Devils.
Star winger Ilya Kovalchuk recently said, “If we play our best, nobody can beat us.” But the red-hot Devils might lose some momentum with almost a week off.