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Goal Breakdown: Zidlickymania Runs Wild on Philly

In a huge game against the Flyers on Tuesday night, Zidlicky and Jagr combined for a huge goal that ended up deciding the game. Here we break it down to fully appreciate Zidlicky's excellent sequence.

Jagr's 700th Goal: A NJ Devils Goal Breakdown

Jaromir Jagr scored the 700th regular season goal of his career on March 1, 2014 for the New Jersey Devils against the New York Islanders. This post breaks down the play that led to Jagr reaching that rare and monumental milestone.

Devils Goal Breakdown: Cam Janssen's Deflection

Cam Janssen scored a goal in a regular season game in the National Hockey League on November 7. This breakdown shows how it all happened, including that it was more than just Janssen just getting a lucky deflection.

Six Shots Allowed, Sykora Needed One to Sink Leafs

The New Jersey Devils dominated the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 6 in Round 2 of the 2000 playoffs, holding them to six shots on net. Petr Sykora scored the series-clinching goal in that game 18 seconds in. This is a breakdown of that play.

Devils Goal Breakdown: Niedermayer's '95 Classic

In a long and illustrious career, Scott Niedermayer made one of his greatest highlights back in Game 2 of the 1995 Stanley Cup Finals. He went end-to-end to tie up the game 2-2 in impressive fashion. This is a breakdown of that historic goal.

Devils Goal Breakdown: Broten's 2nd Earns 1st Cup

The New Jersey Devils were in a position to sweep the Detroit Red Wings for the Stanley Cup in 1995. Neal Broten broke a 2-2 tie in the second period with his second goal of the game, which was the Cup winning goal. This is a breakdown of that goal.

Devils Goal Breakdown: Elias' KO of Flyers in 2000

Patrik Elias scored 2 goals in Game 7 against the Philadelphia Flyers in the 2000 Eastern Conference Finals; a 2-1 Devils win to erase a 3-1 series deficit and knock out the Second Rate Rivals. This is a breakdown of Elias' second goal.

Devils Goal Breakdown: Arnott's 2000 Cup Winner

Jason Arnott scored one of the greatest goals in New Jersey Devils history to beat Dallas and win the Stanley Cup in 2000 during double overtime of Game 6. Join me as I breakdown the play that led to the Arnott alone in the slot for a glorious goal.

How Ryan Carter Ended the Devils' Scoring Drought

The New Jersey Devils finally scored their first goal in over 7 periods when Ryan Carter beat Ilya Bryzgalov to the top corner in their 3-0 win on Thursday night. This breakdown shows how it all happened from the Devils' blueline to the goal itself.

Mistakes in Coverage Driving the Devils PK Slump

The New Jersey Devils have allowed thirteen power play goals in their last nine games. As the month closes, I highlight and breakdown eight goals to show that the Devils have made mistakes in their coverage on the PK that have led to costly goals.

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