Tag Archives: Jonas Siegenthaler

2022-23 Devils season recap: A franchise reborn

In seasons past, I’ve wanted to get through the year in review as fast was as humanly possible, sometimes even with a game or two left in the season. What was the point of waiting any longer when nothing significant … Continue reading

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Canes’ overtime hero Fast reminds Rangers what they’re missing in series win over Devils

There was a moment earlier in last night’s game where Jesper Fast had a sure goal on his stick. With the Hurricanes trailing the Devils 1-0 on a Dawson Mercer goal perfectly set up by Timo Meier, they nearly tied … Continue reading

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Devils’ promising season ends with heartbreak in Raleigh

It’s hard for me to know where to begin at the end…a game recap at this point seems pointless, the series is over and there are no more chances to rebound or adjust. To a large degree, I’d really rather … Continue reading

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Luke Hughes to make postseason debut tomorrow in critical Game Three for Devils

It’s happening. Following two lackluster losses in Carolina to fall behind the Hurricanes two games to none, the Devils will have a different lineup for tomorrow’s critical Game Three. With Ryan Graves struggling in Games One and Two, which saw … Continue reading

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Letdown Wednesday: Devils crash back to reality in Game 1 against Canes

While it was always going to be difficult for me as a fan to get past the excitement of our Game 7 shutout-clinching win at the Rock on Monday night two nights later for the next series (especially since I … Continue reading

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Victory Tuesday: Devils cap historic comeback with second straight home shutout in Game 7

You too, Fitzy. You deserve a bow as much as anyone in this organization for everything that’s gone on this season and the turnaround of this franchise out of the dark ages, back into the spotlight of postseason success. If … Continue reading

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Seventh Hell: Rangers dominated by Devils in Game Seven nightmare, bow out of first round in embarrassing fashion, Devils take series

It was a nightmare finish. The doomsday scenario played out. In what can best be described as Seventh Hell, the Rangers suffered a lopsided 4-0 shutout loss to the Devils in Game Seven that really felt anticlimactic. Instead, it’ll be … Continue reading

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Unpredictability of First Round makes Game Seven between Rangers and Devils hard to call

In sports, there’s nothing like Game Seven. When it comes to the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the excitement is through the roof. Both players and fans count down until the drop of the puck. After that, it’s anyone’s guess what will … Continue reading

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Rangers have no answers for Devils in dismal Game Five shutout loss that puts them on the brink

It started innocently enough. On what was a routine defensive draw cleanly won by Vincent Trocheck, the puck took a funny bounce off Igor Shesterkin. It then went right to Ondrej Palat for a wrist shot that deflected off Adam … Continue reading

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Missing stars costing Rangers in deadlocked series with pesky Devils

If I told you before the series that neither Mika Zibanejad nor Artemi Panarin would have a goal in the first four games of the first round, you probably would assume the Rangers were down. They aren’t yet but could … Continue reading

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