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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.

What Peter DeBoer Has to Continue: New Jersey Devils Strong in Possession Since 2007

Peter DeBoer's coaching style has hints of a Brent Sutter influence and is taking advice from Jacques Lemaire as camp begins. In looking back at how those coaches have done with the team, it'll be up to DeBoer to continue the trend of the New Jersey Devils being a strong possession team since 2007.

The Neutral Zone Trap & the New Jersey Devils

In response to a user question, I explain what the neutral zone trap is, what's required to make it work, and why the New Jersey Devils were so effective with the trap in the mid-1990s.

The 1995 New Jersey Devils: Good but Not Great (Until the Playoffs)

Looking back at the first time the New Jersey Devils won the Stanley Cup, I discovered that they were good but not great until the playoffs.

How the New Jersey Devils were Better Under Lemaire than MacLean: Possession

The New Jersey Devils performed better under Jacques Lemaire than John MacLean last season. I show how much better by possession statistics from Time on Ice between the two head coaches in various even strength situations

Thank You & Goodbye Jacques Lemaire

After today's 3-2 win over the Boston Bruins, Jacques Lemaire has announced his retirement and will return to his role as a Special Assignment Coach with the Devils. This piece expresses appreciation for what Lemaire did this season.

New Jersey Devils End Season On High Note with 3-2 Win Over the Boston Bruins

Today, the New Jersey Devils defeated the Boston Bruins 3-2 to end the 2010-11 regular season. This recap talks about Vladimir Zharkov; the called up Adam Henrique and Alexander Urbom; and how the Devils were the superior team today.

The 2010-11 New Jersey Devils Power Play: Just Hot in December

The New Jersey Devils power play has been poor all season long. There was a hot streak in December that puts lie to whether they got better; but this post shows that probably was not the case.

Veteran Devils Forwards Marching On to Respectable Shooting Percentages

How are the shooting percentages of the veteran forwards on the New Jersey Devils doing now that they are near the end of the season? I take an in-depth look at their percentages, what to expect for the end, and note the team's shooting percentage.

Anssi Salmela Wins it in Overtime for New Jersey Devils; Defeat New York Islanders 3-2

The New Jersey Devils won yet again in overtime, beating the New York Islanders 3-2. This recap talks about the Devils defense; asks whether the power play, Ilya Kovalchuk, and the Elias line did well; and has a message for Jack Capuano.

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