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Devils Winless in 7; Shooting at 5.5%

The New Jersey Devils have not won in their last seven games. This summary of the ongoing slump reveals that the Devils aren't shooting well, especially at even strength.

Ilya Kovalchuk's Shooting Percentage as a Devil

Ilya Kovalchuk just played his 210th regular season game as a New Jersey Devil on Saturday. This post goes into why Devils fans shouldn't expect his hot shooting percentage from Atlanta to return though he will shoot a lot.

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.

January Rise: The Improved Shooting Percentages of the 2010-11 New Jersey Devils

The New Jersey Devils have had a hot streak in January, though the team's shooting percentage has increased as a whole. This post focuses on the specific shooting percentage improvements and talks about what this means going forward.

The Very Low Shooting Percentages of the 2010-11 New Jersey Devils - Except for Jason Arnott

24 games in, and the New Jersey Devils offense is still poor and keeps the Devils in the wrong end of the East. This post shows most of the veteran forwards expected to carry the offense are undergoing massive slumps in shooting percentages - except for Jason Arnott.

Analyzing Brian Rolston's Performance as a New Jersey Devil - Part 1

Per user request, I take a closer look at Brian Rolston's performance as a New Jersey Devil. In Part 1, I focus on Rolston's shooting percentage and provide the results of a With or Without You analysis from last season to see who he performed well with on the ice at 5-on-5 hockey.

A Look at the 2009-10 New Jersey Devils' Scoring and Shooting Percentage

I take a detailed look at the New Jersey Devils' scoring and shooting percentage from the 2009-10 season and playoffs. This includes a monthly breakdown, comparison to prior seasons, and shooting percentage numbers from Behind the Net.

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