If the New Jersey Devils are going to make the playoffs, they will have to earn it by playing well during their current road trip against five of the top nine clubs in the Western Conference.The Devils began this trip by outlasting the first-place Predators, 3-2, Saturday night in Nashville, a shootout victory that ended the Preds’ 10-game winning streak.New Jersey is now 10-2-2 all-time on the road against Nashville since the Predators joined the NHL in the 1998-99 season.The only other...
Despite their current three-game losing streak, the New Jersey Devils are still in a wild-card spot in the Eastern Conference with one month to go in the regular season. The Devils lost their third straight game, 3-2 to the Vegas Golden Knights, on Sunday night at the Prudential Center in the first-ever meeting between the clubs.It was just the third time in franchise history that New Jersey lost its first game against an expansion team.
The New Jersey Devils will officially retire Patrik Elias’ No. 26 Saturday night at the Prudential Center prior to their game against the New York Islanders. Elias will be the fifth Devils player to have his number retired and the first forward, joining defensemen Scott Stevens (No. 4), Ken Daneyko (No. 3), Scott Niedermayer (No. 27) and goaltender Martin Brodeur (No. 30). Here are 26 Patrik Elias moments and facts as the Devils prepare to honor No. 26. 1.
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Selecting a term
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