After a respectable 6-3-2 start to the season, the New Jersey Devils went just 6-14-5 over their next 25 games.
This year’s New Jersey Devils have been plagued by injury and illness, and after firing coach Pete DeBoer, general manager Lou Lamoriello took an unorthodox step.
The New Jersey Devils have fired coach Pete DeBoer, with the team in danger of missing the playoffs for a third straight season.
The New Jersey Devils will begin the 40th overall season in franchise history, including their previous stops in Kansas City and Colorado, Thursday night against the Flyers in Philadelphia.
“There are a lot of rumors going on, a lot of misinformation about our coach,” Lamoriello said after the first period of the Devils’ 3-2 win over Boston. “So, I’m going to step out of character and put this to rest.”
The New Jersey Devils’ flickering playoff hopes may have gone down in flames with a 1-0 loss to Calgary Monday night.
With the Olympic break nearly behind them and 23 games left in the regular season, the New Jersey Devils know it is time to start winning, or else.
Even though Cory Schneider has been on quite a roll, DeBoer is turning to Brodeur, the face of the Devils to start against the Rangers in the Stadium Series.
Martin Brodeur tied his season-high with 33 saves and recorded the 124th regular-season shutout of his NHL career as the New Jersey Devils beat the Tampa Bay Lightning, 3-0, Saturday night at Prudential Center.
The New Jersey Devils reached the 20-game mark on Saturday night with their 4-1 win against the Penguins. The Devils have gone 6-3-1 in their last 10 games after going 1-5-4 through the first 10 this season.
The jury is still out on whether the Devils will contend for a playoff seed. Their depth will be tested against three loaded Pacific Division foes and the Metropolitan Division-leading Penguins.
The Devils are fully behind head coach Pete DeBoer — and it showed on Saturday night as they outworked the Rangers to a 4-0 victory.
General manager Lou Lamoriello announced the appointment to Pete DeBoer’s staff Friday. Foligno replaces Matt Shaw, who left to become head coach of Dubuque in the USHL.
While caught off-guard by star forward Ilya Kovalchuk’s decision to retire from the NHL and return home to Russia, New Jersey Devils coach Pete DeBoer said his team’s job this season is to prove doubters wrong.
The New Jersey Devils packed up on Monday morning after finishing out a disappointing 2012-13 season that left them out of the playoffs for the second time in three years.