Devils Top Senators In Overtime; Rookie Hischier Lights The Lamp TwiceJohn Moore scored 1:20 into overtime and the New Jersey Devils used three unanswered goals to beat the Ottawa Senators 5-4 in overtime Thursday night.
Lichtenstein: No Zajac, No Boyle, No Problem (Yet) For Swifter DevilsThe Devils have been far from a lost cause in the season's opening two weeks.
Palmieri Goal Lifts Devils Past Lightning In ShootoutKyle Palmieri scored the lone goal in a shootout, lifting the New Jersey Devils to a 5-4 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday night.
Schwei’s Devils Notes: Butcher Off To Historically Good Start To CareerSince the NHL expanded in 1967-68, the only other defenseman to register at least eight points in their first five career games was Phil Housley, who had two goals and six assists in his first four games for the Buffalo Sabres in October 1982.
Kinkaid Solid Between The Pipes As Devils Beat RangersDrew Stafford scored early in the third period, backup goalie Keith Kinkaid stopped 29 shots in his season debut and the New Jersey Devils beat the New York Rangers 3-2 on Saturday night.
Upstart Devils Can’t Handle Capitals, Fall From Unbeaten RanksThe Washington Capitals have been the best regular-season team in the Eastern Conference the past two years, and they showed the surprising New Jersey Devils why.
Unbeaten Devils End Toronto's Perfect Start With 6-3 WinBrian Gibbons had a rare 3-on-5 goal, Miles Wood and Pavel Zacha each scored twice.
Devils' Boyle Not Alone In Fighting Cancer And Playing HockeyWhen Phil Kessel got over the initial shock of being diagnosed with cancer and had surgery, he asked doctors, "When can I play?"
Schwei's Devils Notes: Beginning With A Bang, Thanks To The KidsThe Devils are off to a good start to the regular season with a pair of victories and 10 goals scored.
Johansson, Bratt Lead Devils Past Sabres, 6-2Rookie Jesper Bratt and Marcus Johansson each had two goals and an assist and the New Jersey Devils earned a 6-2 victory over the Buffalo Sabres on Monday.
Lichtenstein: Devils Make It Clear That Passengers Are UnacceptableDevils coach John Hynes wasn't kidding about having to make difficult roster choices after what he called the most competitive training camp in his three years on the job.
Butcher Sets Up 3 Power-Play Goals As Devils Get First Win Of The Season Over AvalancheAdam Henrique, Jimmy Hayes, rookie Jesper Bratt and John Moore scored as the Devils started eight players who were not with the team last year.

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