Lichtenstein: Devils' Offense Still A Struggle At Even StrengthIn the run-up to the regular season, the Devils promised to turn the Prudential Center into a figurative red-light district. It hasn't happened yet.
Lichtenstein: Nets Have Further To Fall Before Turning It AroundIn their first four years in Brooklyn, the Nets have gone from 49 wins, to 44, to 38, and finally to last season’s 21-61 dumpster fire. You would think we’ve hit rock bottom, right?
Lichtenstein: Jets May Have Ended Slide, But They Still Can't Be TrustedDo not get pulled back in. I’m warning you, fellow Jets fans. If you get sucked in again, there won’t be any reward at the end of this football season.
Lichtenstein: Giving Geno The Job Shows Jets Have No Idea What They're DoingAs a Jets fan, I shouldn’t be surprised when they flip-flop. It has been their go-to move whenever they have received bad press.
Lichtenstein: Weight Lifted, Hall Looks Poised To Take Off With DevilsPointless through two games and a period of the Devils’ home opener on Tuesday against Anaheim, Taylor Hall might have been feeling somewhat snakebit in his new jersey.
Lichtenstein: Jets A Wreck At Every Position, Not Just QuarterbackThe reasons for the Jets' 1-5 start go way beyond the ineptitude of quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Lichtenstein's 2016-17 Devils Preview: Team Not Ready For A Run, But Will Show Signs Of Growing UpIf the axiom that you need to crawl before you can sprint can be applied to a hockey team, then the Devils should be expecting to take baby steps this season.
Lichtenstein: Atkinson Mulls Options As Nets Hit Preseason Halfway PointJust five players returned from last season’s 21-61 abomination, and of the newly signed replacements, only point guard Jeremy Lin came with high expectations.
Lichtenstein: As Final Cuts Loom For Devils, The Kids Look All RightWhen the puck drops to start the new season next Thursday in Florida, there’s a chance that Pavel Zacha, Miles Wood and Steve Santini will be stretching their consecutive games played streaks to two.
Lichtenstein: Jets' Awful Start Was Somewhat PredictableThere are two main reasons why the Jets are 1-3 and in danger of seeing their season spiral out of control. First, the opposing teams that have beaten the Jets are pretty good. Second, the Jets are not that good.
Lichtenstein: Rebuilding Nets Have No Choice But To Go All-LinWith literally every expert forecasting a miserable season ahead for the Nets, the players were unanimous in telling the media day attendees on Monday that they don’t mind flying below the radar.
Lichtenstein: Jets Made Fans Suffer, Suffer And Then Suffer Some MoreIt was death by 1,000 paper cuts. That’s what will be listed as the proximate cause on the Jets’ autopsy report following their hideous 24-3 loss in Kansas City on Sunday.