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New Jersey Devils 2014-2015 News and Updates
4/8/14 – For the tenth time this season, the Devils were shutout Monday. The 0-1 loss to the Flames had New Jersey’s playoff hopes doing a slow burn. Statistically, they have not been officially eliminated from the postseason; but, with just three games left on the New Jersey Devils’ schedule, it was a tough two points to giveaway. However, we’re telling you there’s still a chance! The Devils need to defeat the Ottawa Senators (4/10) on the road, and then the New York Islanders (4/11) and Boston Bruins (4/13) at home keep the flame burning. This week, New Jersey Devils tickets start at $18 and $54 respectively.
4/2/14 – The Devils lost their fifteenth consecutive shootout to the Sabres Tuesday night, their third in the past four games and an NHL-worst. NJ did score two goals in the SO, but couldn’t nab a third to keep it alive in round nine. LW Ryan Clowe missed the game with a head injury sustained Monday against Florida. Three points behind Columbus for an Eastern wild card spot, the Devils need to be logging two points, instead of one. Friday night against Washington at the Prudential Center will be their first chance; New Jersey Devils tickets are just $28 to get-in.
3/27/14 – The Devils are going to need to do something they have not done all season, and that is win more than three games consecutively to have a chance at the NHL Playoffs. Currently five points out of the two wild card spots, New Jersey is in danger of missing the postseason for the second straight year. The Devils have three games remaining at home against playoff contenders – 3/27 vs. Phoenix Coyotes (avg. $41), 4/4 vs. Washington Capitals (avg. $111), and the 4/13 season finale vs. Boston Bruins (avg. $217).
3/18/14 – Saturday’s game against the New York Rangers marks the fifth and final regular-season meeting between the two rivals. Hudson River rivalry tickets are averaging $319 at the Prudential Center and is the most expensive game remaining for the Devils at home. Jaromir Jagr is making a strong impact for the Devils; he ranks second in goals (22), while leading the team in assists (36), points (58), plus/minus (15) and game-winning goals (six). The right winger will face his former team, Boston Bruins, tonight (avg. $155).
3/10/14 – Despite numerous trade rumors, goalie Martin Brodeur remains on the New Jersey Devils roster. In fact, Brodeur will get the start in goal against the Philadelphia Flyers Tuesday night at Wells Fargo Center in what many consider the biggest game of the season. Also, Jaromir Jagr will face his former Flyers teammates Tuesday in the key Metropolitan Division matchup. Tomorrow’s game is the first of three on the road for the Devils who will visit the Panthers Friday and Tampa Bay Saturday before returning to the Prudential Center next Tuesday to take on the Boston Bruins.
3/3/14 – Jaromir Jagr joined the League’s exclusive 700-goal club Saturday night, becoming just the seventh player in NHL history to reach the mark. After winning their first two games after the Olympic break, the Devils fell to San Jose to snap a two-game winning streak. The Devils were without Salvador (bruised collarbone) and Brunner (charley horse). New Jersey will look to rebound from the loss with back-to-back wins against Detroit where they’ll play the Wings at home Tuesday (min. $13) and on the road Friday.
2/26/14 - The Devils sit in a similar situation as the Hurricanes on 61 points, with a legit shot at a Wild Card spot. Can Cory Schneider play huge in goal and save their playoff hopes? The average price for seats to remaining home games is $86, almost $20 less than the league average. Two big upcoming games are at home against Detroit on March 4 and Carolina on March 8.
2/21/14 – The Devils are currently in seventh in an extremely tight Metropolitan Division. With 23 games left in the regular season, New Jersey is in 13th place in the East and three points behind 8th place (postseason cutoff) Detroit. Cheer on the Devils in this final stretch as they make a run at the NHL Playoffs! New Jersey Devils tickets are $16 less than the league average at $87, eleventh cheapest in the league for remaining home games. Next up on the Devils schedule? Columbus Blue Jackets at the Prudential Center where tickets are as low as $10!
2/4/14 – Having lost four of their last five, and playing in three straight OT, the Devils hope to get some much needed rest in their four days off. New Jersey returns to the ice Friday where they hope to secure a W against the 19-33 Edmonton Oilers before hitting the road to travel to Washington to take on the Caps the following night. Edmonton Oilers vs. New Jersey Devils tickets are as little as $17 (averaging $73) to watch the team in their final home game before the 20-day break.
1/29/14 – The Rangers outscored the Devils in the first ever hockey game at Yankee Stadium Sunday. Following the missed opportunity in the Bronx, New Jersey headed on a three game road trip where they look to get back on track. The Devils will play Dallas on Thursday, Nashville Friday and then return home for Monday’s matchup against Colorado. The inconsistency on the ice is evident in the fluctuating New Jersey Devils ticket prices on the secondary market. At the start of the season, Devils tickets for remaining home games averaged $166. At the start of 2014, those same games on the New Jersey Devils schedule averaged $339. One month later and prices have nosedived, down 72% and averaging $96.
2/25/13 - Last year, the New Jersey Devils found themselves in the Stanley Cup Finals despite finishing 4th in the Atlantic Division. Now, the Devils are looking to reclaim the top spot of their Division from the Pittsburgh Penguins to claim their tenth Division title.
New Jersey Devils 2014-2015 Season
The New Jersey Devils are coming off a second consecutive season in which the 2012 Stanley Cup Final team missed playoffs. Their Achilles heel proved to be an inability to score (27th in goals and shots per game), but New Jersey thrived on defense thanks to legendary net minder Martin Brodeur and future superstar Cory Schneider. The Devils had the league’s best penalty kill and ranked 6th in goals against per game, but sans Brodeur (free agency), Schneider will emerge as the No. 1 goalie and hold the fort down in New Jersey. The Devils missed postseason by just six points last year and made moves in the offseason to boost their chances for a lengthy campaign in the 2014-2015 season.
GM Lou Lamoriello attempted to remedy their ineffective problem over summer, with the signing of Mike Cammalleri and Martin Havlat, who should provide ample support to Travis Zajac and Jaromir Jagr. The 43 year-old veteran leader has defied his age and looks primed for another productive season. Jagr is likely to achieve two career milestones: reaching the Top 5 in all-time points leaders (current No.6) and all-time goals leaders (current No. 7).
The New Jersey Devils 2014-2015 schedule opens up with four games on the road, starting at Philadelphia against the rival Flyers en Route 95 (10/9). The home opener at Prudential Center is slated for Oct. 18 against the San Jose Sharks. Don’t miss the Apr 4 and 7 games against New York, for an exciting home-and-home series with arch nemeses Rangers. The LA Kings (who ousted NJ in 2012) visit Newark for a rematch on Mar. 23, and Zach Parise makes his return to Prudential center with the Minnesota Wild on Nov. 11. Will the improved offense create enough production to snap their two-year playoff drought? Score New Jersey Devils tickets and find out!
In 2013-14, the Devils look to return to the NHL playoffs and earn their second trip to the Stanley Cup Finals in three years. The average price for Devils home tickets this season is $163, 14th highest in the league and $11 below the league average. As part of the new NHL Stadium Series, the Devils will play the Rangers at Yankee Stadium on 1/26 in an outdoor game averaging $498. The two most expensive games at the Prudential Center are also against the New York Rangers, averaging $226 on 10/19 and averaging $203 on 3/2.
The NHL Playoffs are a familiar spot for goalie Martin Brodeur, who through his 21-year tenure with the organization has been to the playoffs every year except two. In the 2012 offseason, Brodeur who has played with the New Jersey Devils his whole career, signed a two-year deal to extend his time in Jersey. The Devils have gotten solid goaltending from him this year with a 2.27 goals-against average and .911 save percentage. On the offensive side, David Clarkson is leading the team in goals and Patrik Elias leads in points. All three Devils players will be depended on as New Jersey looks to get back to the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
The New Jersey Devils are playing well at home. Like many NHL teams, Devils tickets at the Prudential Center are up 13% since last season. However, Jersey Devils tickets are $47 cheaper at home than on the road. Upcoming rivalry games on the Devils schedule: New York Rangers, New York Islanders, and Pittsburgh Penguins. Rangers-Devils tickets at the Prudential Center are averaging $171 and starting at $59. Islanders-Devils tickets are averaging $86 and starting at $25. Should New Jersey continue their winning ways, 2013 Devils playoff tickets will be available at Razorgator.