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Devils Hockey Has Mostly Been Low Event Hockey

This season's New Jersey Devils team doesn't take a lot of shooting attempts at 5-on-5 and allows even fewer. The thing is that this has been largely the case for six of the last seven seasons across numerous coaching and personnel changes.

New Jersey Devils Named Scott Stevens & Matt Shaw as Assistant Coaches

The New Jersey Devils named Scott Stevens and Matt Shaw as assistant coaches, filling in the two vacancies on the bench. In this post, I offer my quick take; including why I really, really, really like that Shaw was hired.

Larry Robinson Hired by San Jose for 2 Years; New Jersey Devils Lose Another Assistant Coach

New Jersey Devils assistant coach Larry Robinson has signed a two year deal with the San Jose Sharks as an associate coach. The move means the Devils must find another assistant coach, which will be difficult as Robinson was well suited for coaching the defense.

As Adam Oates Goes to Washington, How Well Did He Do with the New Jersey Devils Power Play?

New Jersey Devils assistant coach Adam Oates has been hired by the Washington Capitals to be their head coach. In this post, I look at how the Devils' power play - one of Oates' main responsibilities - performed under Oates compared to prior seasons and determine that he wasn't all that effective.

Suppose the New Jersey Devils Fire John MacLean, What Kind of Coach Should Replace Him?

As the losses mount for the New Jersey Devils, more fans want John MacLean fired. This post asks the question of what kind of coach should replace MacLean. In my own response, I give five traits that I would want the replacement to have to improve the current team.

What John MacLean & His Staff Can and Can't Control - A Discussion

With the New Jersey Devils continuing to be poor, there is increased chatter for head coach John MacLean to be fired. Rather than discuss whether should be fired, I ask and go over what the coaches can and cannot control with respect to the Devils' problems this season.

Internal Promotions: Rick Kowalsky Named Albany Head Coach; Kevin Dean Named Trenton Head Coach

Rick Kowalsky has been promoted from Trenton to be the new head coach of Albany, and Kevin Dean gets a shot of being a head coach for the first time in Trenton. This article gives an overview of how they got to these positions.

What Adam Oates Can Bring to the New Jersey Devils as New Assistant Coach

The New Jersey Devils announced that Adam Oates will be an assistant coach for the 2010-11 season. Thanks to John and Cassie of Raw Charge, I explain what Oates can bring to the table and why I like the decision to hire him.

Devils News Slapshot: John MacLean Named Head Coach

The New Jersey Devils hired John MacLean as head coach. Here are some links about the hire with a minor description of each one.

Whoever It Is, Don't Expect Next New Jersey Devils Head Coach to Radically Alter the Team

In light of recent rumors and speculation about the New Jersey Devils head coaching search, I pick out a quote from Lou Lamoriello posted by Tom Gulitti to highlight that whoever will be hired won't change the team's main philosophies.

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