The New Jersey Devils will be hosting the Los Angeles Kings at 8:00 p.m. at the Prudential Center.
The Devils’ defensemen aren’t exactly household names but are finally getting credit for the job they’ve done to push New Jersey to the Stanley Cup Finals.
When the subject of retirement came up on Monday, Martin Brodeur dismissed the notion to reporters, telling them that he has no plans to step away from the game next season.
The New Jersey Devils are in the Stanley Cup Finals for the fifth time in team history, and they will attempt to capture their fourth championship as their series with the Los Angeles Kings begins on Wednesday night at Prudential Center.
Henrik Lundqvist, the man that Rangers fans call ‘King Henrik,’ is faced with the task of not only keeping goals out of his net, but not allowing the tremendous pressure placed upon him to seep into his consciousness.
The unforeseen success of the Devils’ fourth line has given New Jersey newfound energy — and belief — as they look to close out the Eastern Conference finals.
If you have any doubt this series is becoming a classic, just look at Game 4.
A Rangers fan says she was attacked, spit on and hit by Devils fans on Saturday in the aftermath of the Blue Shirts’ Game 3 win at the Prudential Center. However, not everyone believes her story.
There are two major concerts in New Jersey this weekend, not to mention Game 3 of the NHL Eastern Conference Finals. So, of course, this is the perfect weekend to start a big road-construction project that will snarl NJ Transit bus routes.
So much for “No Blue.” The much-discussed page on the Devils’ official website went viral this week — and now it’s nowhere to be seen.
The Devils beat the Rangers at their own game in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals by out-working them in several key areas.
The ‘Hudson River Rivalry’ resumes on Monday as the Rangers and Devils will begin Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
About 10 to 15 teens attacked five people near Broad and Market streets after a Red Hot Chili Peppers show, police said. At least one of the victims was seriously injured and police said victims’ cell phones were also stolen.
The Rangers might be getting most of the press in New York, but the team across the Hudson is already in and preparing for the next round.
The wave of violence broke out as nearly 20,000 people left the Prudential Center after Saturday’s Red Hot Chili Peppers show.