A look at which Devils are playing well and which Devils aren't.
This is a game preview of tonight's game between the New Jersey Devils and the Carolina Hurricanes. I point out what the Devils need to do, why I want the Adam Henrique line to do well, and explain Carolina's woes as well as why they cause me concern going into this game.
11/7/2011 New Jersey Devils Prospect Update: Goaltending Depth, Joe Sova and Albany's Winning Streak
NJD put Mark Fraser and Rod Pelley on waivers.— Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) November 7, 2011
TSN's Bob McKenzie reports that Mark Fraser and Rod Pelley have been placed on Waivers. I'm not exactly sure if the Devils want to send them to Albany and recall a defenseman (Urbom?) or if there's a trade coming up. Not exactly sure. Update: TG Tweets that Lou wants to give Fraser and Pelley a chance to play elsewhere. Which would probably mean Greene's healthy or they're recalling a D
On this week's episode of Talking Red - a New Jersey Devils podcast - David Sarch, Tom Stivali, and John Fischer discuss the team's 2-1-0 week, the team's performances in each game, the return of Martin Brodeur, the penalty killers successes, and a few players among all other points.
In this week's Atlantic Division snapshot, I point out how the Pittsburgh Penguins own the top of the division, how the short week for Philadelphia means the New York Rangers can catch them and the New Jersey Devils can only get close, and how the New York Islanders are racking up games in hand on everyone else in the Atlantic.
This recap summarizes the New Jersey Devils 3-2 overtime win over the Winnipeg Jets. It explains how the Devils blew a two goal lead, how Adam Henrique had two sweet goals but not a sweet game, how Ilya Kovalchuk was missed, and other observations about tonight's game.