New Jersey Devils

  • Goals For
    182 GF
  • Goals Against
    202 GA
  • Power Play %
    19.9 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    83.0 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    814 PIM
  • Andy Greene Still a Quiet Leader for New Jersey Devils
    The Hockey Writers

    Andy Greene Still a Quiet Leader for New Jersey Devils

    Following the New Jersey Devils preseason home opener against the Philadelphia Flyers, The Hockey Writers spoke with Andy Greene – who enters his second season as captain for New Jersey – about a myriad of topics as the new season inches closer. Greene may take on a more offensive role – which he is capable of, and has done in the past with the Devils – while still remaining their top blueliner. Perhaps being paired with Greene on a nightly basis could assist in the development of players like Jon Merrill (24-years old), Damon Severson (22) or Steven Santini (21), like it did for the development of the recently departed Adam Larsson (see: Hall, Taylor). While Larsson may not have the respect

  • Gilmour, Pirri Lead Rangers Past Devils 3-1
    Blueshirt Banter

    Gilmour, Pirri Lead Rangers Past Devils 3-1

    The New York Rangers picked up their second win of the preseason this evening, as they defeated the New Jersey Devils 3-1 at Madison Square Garden. The notable standouts from tonight’s contest included Brandon Pirri (once again), John Gilmour, Nathan Gerbe, and of course, Jimmy Vesey. In addition, Rick Nash and Kevin Hayes also had strong outings in their opening game, and clicked well with Vesey on the wing. Things started off fairly quickly for the Rangers in this one after Jimmy Vesey immediately broke in on a breakaway and drew a slashing penalty. Not only that, but Vesey showed veteran-like instincts by breaking to the gap, and opening up for a pass from Rick Nash. Vesey didn’t get on the