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What Do You Think of the New Jersey Devils' Summer?

The New Jersey Devils' lost a number of players this summer, but they retained their most important free agents. This post summarizes the Devils signings, their cap position, and polls for a general feeling about the Devils' summer action.

A Look Back at New Jersey Devils Previews from 2008

As the 2009-10 season comes close, I take a look back at all the previews written about the New Jersey Devils prior to the 2008-09 season. Despite the various opinions, they all didn't get the final prediction quite right.

NHL.com's Key Question for the New Jersey Devils

NHL.com's John Kreiser came up with key questions for each of the NHL teams in advance of preseason. His question for the Devils focuses on Jacques Lemaire and his style of coaching. I provide my thoughts about his question as well as a short answer.

Why Are You a Fan of the New Jersey Devils?

This will be the weekend's post; unless something big happens between now and Monday afternoon.  The topic is pretty straight forward: I want to know why are you a fan of the New Jersey Devils. Is...

Jacques Lemaire Shares Thoughts about Martin Brodeur, Patrik Elias for 2009-10

Rich Chere talked to Jacques Lemaire today and reported some interesting thoughts Lemaire has for this coming season. I offer my opinion to his quotes about Lemaire's plans for Martin Brodeur's workload and the possibility of Patrik Elias as a center.

How the New Jersey Devils Drew and Took Penalties Last Season

Behind the Net records the penalties taken and drawn for a player over the course of the season. I highlight who were the biggest offenders, the best at drawing calls, and other interesting findings regarding the New Jersey Devils and how they drew and took penalties last season.

What Should Devils Fans Expect: Colin White

Colin White had a pretty good 2008-09 as a defensive defenseman. Therefore, I think - and expect - he can have an even better 2009-10 season.

What Should Devils Fans Expect: Andy Greene

Andy Greene started off 2008-09 very well, was sidelined with an injured hand for over 20 games, and then had a poor season afterwards. He was re-signed for 2 more years and that his role now has competition could push him to do better next season.

What Should Devils Fans Expect: Bryce Salvador

Bryce Salvador did not have a very good 2008-09 season with the New Jersey Devils, ending up as the team's #5 defender despite his salary. Can we expect more from Salvador, as the defensive defenseman turns 33?

The Hockey News: New Jersey Devils to Finish 5th in East in 2009-10

The Hockey News predicts the New Jersey Devils will finish 5th in the Eastern Conference next season. I offer my take and put up a poll to get your quick opinion on the matter.

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