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Devils Continue Shooting Woes in 5-on-5 Play

Over the last six seasons, the New Jersey Devils have regularly had a low shooting percentage and low number of shots for in 5-on-5 situations. What can the Devils do about it?

Summary of Martin Brodeur's 2013 GA Review

For the fourth summer in a row, all goals allowed by New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur in the recent season were reviewed for whether they were soft goals, where they went in, who made an error on it, and more. This is this year's summary.

Reviewed: Martin Brodeur's 24 GAs in April '13

After a long absence, the review of all of the goals allowed by Martin Brodeur concludes with a look at the 24 allowed in April.

Stephen Gionta Drew Calls Like A Pest

Fourth-line forward Stephen Gionta may find himself on the outside looking in when the season starts, but he did excel in one area. He led the Devils last year in drawing penalties by being a pest and he stands to be the only agitator left.

They Were Tripping: The 2013 NJ Devils' Penalties

The New Jersey Devils took a relatively significant number of minor penalties last season. In this post, learn how often they got caught tripping, how many calls each player took, and what Ryane Clowe & Michael Ryder may add in PIM to the team.

Why Cory Schneider is an Upgrade in Net for NJ

The New Jersey Devils acquired Cory Schneider at the 2013 NHL Entry Draft in exchange for their first overall pick. While it's not a guarantee he will be great for the Devils, his current NHL resume suggests he will be an improvement in net.

Reviewing Martin Brodeur's 11 GAs in March

Martin Brodeur returned to the ice on March 21 after being sidelined for several weeks with an injury. He appeared in five games, allowed eleven goals, and we review those goals to get a better understanding at what happened on each one.

Reviewing Martin Brodeur's 18 GAs in February

Outside of a poor first game by the New Jersey Devils, Martin Brodeur had a good February - until he got hurt. He allowed 18 goals and this review delves into how many came in high and how many were soft among other observations.

Marek Zidlicky Attempted to Shoot. A Lot.

Marek Zidlicky shot the puck a lot in 2013, leading the Devils defensemen in shots and attempts as well as finishing second among all skaters in attempts. He fired away so often that it may be not so odd that the Devils want to keep him.

Summary of Johan Hedberg's 51 GAs in 2013

Johan Hedberg had a terrible save percentage in 2013, but after reviewing all 51 goals allowed, he didn't gave up many more soft goals and got victimized more compared to his other two seasons as a New Jersey Devil. Still, is he worth keeping around?

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