Monthly Archives: October 2014

Devils win in unlikliest fashion imaginable

For Halloween, the Devils gave the fans both a treat and a trick…the treat of a late-game comeback on a pretty Michael Ryder goal that salvaged an otherwise drab game, and the trick of ending THE CURSE.  Of course I … Continue reading

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Devils weekly: Road success marred by the injury bug

I haven’t felt like blogging much in recent days, at times this season my blogs will be more of a weekly recap than a daily blow-by-blow though I still want to at least recap the home games I go to. … Continue reading

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Duclair back in for Conference Final rematch

This one has been circled on the calendar for Montreal. They have waited for tonight’s Conference Final rematch between the visiting Rangers and host Canadiens from the Bell Centre. For the guests, it promises to be chaotic. Especially for Chris … Continue reading

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Islanders Lose Bailey, Grabovski returns tonight

When the Islanders play host to the Stars, they’ll get Mikhail Grabovski back. He sat out the previous three games after getting walled by Sharks forward John Scott. That’s the good news. The bad is they’ll be without Josh Bailey, … Continue reading

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The Sabres Report: ‘The Other 80 Percent’

Unless you have been living under a rock, it is well documented that the Buffalo Sabres are in a full fledged rebuild mode. The decision was made to for a lack of a better term, gut out virtually the entire … Continue reading

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Homecoming For Boychuk, Johnson as Isles Look To End Two-Game Losing Skid

After a quick start, the Islanders have dropped two in a row. They’ve come back to earth falling at Pittsburgh and getting blitzed by Toronto at home 5-2 on Monday. A game that saw the Maple Leafs erupt for four … Continue reading

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Devil of a time trying to find success at home

DISCLAIMER: While part of me feels silly about posting this blog after the real-life tragedy in Ottawa earlier today, ultimately there’s nothing we can do but send our best wishes to all those affected there.  As much as we may … Continue reading

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Game #7 Klein’s Improbable Overtime Winner Stuns Devils

Of all the crazy scenarios, this one was almost unthinkable. Meeting for the first time in this unique Hudson rivalry, the Rangers and Devils battled past regulation. A game that featured the two teams combining for an unlikely five power … Continue reading

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Battle Of Hudson Preview: Rangers visit Devils In Newark

The first installment of the Battle Of Hudson commences tonight in Newark when the Rangers visit the Devils at The Rock. The close rivals separated by a Path ride begin a new journey. The Post Brodeur Era. With Martin Brodeur … Continue reading

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Game #6: Rangers Sink Sharks As Lundqvist Tosses Shutout

It took six games for the Rangers to put together their best effort of this new season. Taking full advantage of a tired opponent, they overwhelmed the Sharks winning by a score of 4-0 at MSG to get back to … Continue reading

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