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Devils Wheel And Deal, Rangers Tinker, Islanders Stand Pat, And More

Well, that was, sort of…weird. Friday afternoon’s NHL Trade Deadline has come and gone and many don’t know what to make of it. There were just under two dozen trades made. There was a last-minute buzzer-beater in Vegas. And there were some eyebrow-raising moves. But, for the most part, it felt

Timo Meier’s Hat-Trick Fuels Devils’ 4-1 Win Over The Blues

Alright, Devils fans, it all comes down to this. In mere hours we’ll know just how far into the future New Jersey is looking. Thursday night, the NHL’s annual Trade Deadline is upon us, last night the Devils hosted the St. Louis Blues in a matchup that resulted in a 4-1

Blittner’s Blue Line: NHL Officiating and Notes From Around The League

The art of officiating an NHL game is just that – an art. Sure, there are rules – upon rules, upon rules, upon rules – that are specifically spelled out, but there are also plenty of situations that are purposely left to the interpretation of the on-ice officials; namely, the

Maturation Process of No. 1 Picks

“With the first pick in the draft, Team X selects…” At the start of nearly every NHL Entry Draft, you hear some variation of the aforementioned phrase from League Commissioner, Gary Bettman.  On Saturday afternoon, when the Devils hosted the Canadiens for a matinee game at Prudential Center, three players who had

Blittner’s Blue Line: Chico and Jágr, plus Islanders to Host All-Star Weekend

The game of Hockey has seen its fair share of characters. There have been boisterous, larger-than-life types. There have been comedians. Strong and silent types have come and gone. There are simply too many to list. But there are two in particular who we want to focus on here. Chico Resch