The New Jersey Devils were unable to make the playoffs last year and found themselves in the bottom ranking of teams with the lowest goals per game. Thus, they are looking to retool their offense during the offseason to ensure a much better 2016-2017 season. They brought in Taylor Hall, swapping him for defenseman Adam Larsson. Hall has played six seasons in the NHL, and during four of these, he has had 50 or more points. This is sure to give their offense a much-needed boost. They have also welcomed Vernon Fiddler, Ben Lovejoy, Beau Bennett and Brondon Gormley. Be sure to get your tickets on Razorgator now so that you do not miss any of this season's action on the ice.
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The New Jersey Devils have won their last two games in a row and hope to continue the good streak going forward. On February 6, the Devils took on the Buffalo Sabres where both teams gave the audience an exciting game to watch. The score was all tied up in the third period and the stress levels were rising for that winning goal to take place. Pavel Zacha, a rookie for the Devils, was the lucky player to score the game-winning goal off of a rebound from Michael Cammalleri. This was Zacha’s first goal of his very first season in the NHL. See the Devils play live again when they take on the San Jose Sharks on February 12.
The New Jersey Devils have now won their last three matches in a row after defeating the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday night. Perhaps even more impressive is the fact that the three victories have all come on the road. The Devils visited Xcel Energy Center Tuesday and got off to a sluggish start. They were down 1-2 at the end of the second period, but managed to score a jaw-dropping three goals in the final minutes. New Jersey clenched the win 4-3 to hand Minnesota a rare loss. Now, they will head home to face the Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday, January 24. Tickets are available for $18 and up.
The New Jersey Devils have been an underwhelming team so far this season, but they got things right in their first two matches of 2017. Hosting the Boston Bruins Monday, the Devils managed to shut out their opponents 3-0 to earn their fifteenth win of the season. The next night the Carolina Hurricanes were in town and also went home disappointed with a 3-1 loss. The win evened up the Devils’ record at 16-16, but the night wasn’t all pretty. Defenseman Andy Greene was hit in the face with a puck and left the game to be evaluated by medics. The Devils play their next three at home, welcoming Toronto (Jan. 6), Edmonton (Jan. 7) and Florida (Jan. 9) to the Prudential Center.
December hasn’t been a great month for the New Jersey Devils. The team has been losing a lot more than it has been winning, and that trend continued after a December 18 game against the New York Rangers. The Devils led throughout much of the match and broke a 1-1 tie with less than 10 minutes to play in the final period. That lead held until the final two minutes of the game, when Rangers’ center Derek Stepan scored the goal that would send the game to overtime where the Rangers would eventually win. New Jersey fans hope their team’s luck will improve during a late-December home stand that includes a December 27 match against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Tickets for that game start as low as $60.
The New Jersey Devils followed up their impressive 5-4 overtime win on Saturday night against the Nashville Predators with another excellent victory on Tuesday evening. They had the home rink advantage when the Vancouver Canucks came to visit. New Jersey looked impressive from the get go, scoring an unanswered goal in the first period and sealing the win 3-2. The team heads to Montreal for a clash with the Canadiens tonight before returning home to host the St. Louis Blues on Friday, December 9. Tickets to that game are already on sale and available for purchase starting at prices as low as $34. Buys your now to secure your seats!
The New Jersey Devils have been on an absolutely disastrous road trip, losing their last three out of four games. Monday’s match was particularly brutal, as the San Jose Sharks did not let the visitors score a single goal. Thankfully, after that shutout, the Devils will finally return home to Prudential Center. They host the Detroit Red Wings on Friday, November 25. If you do not have plans the night after the Thanksgiving holiday, go show the home team some support. They could really use it right now! Tickets are on sale and available for purchase starting at prices as low as $33. Buy yours now to secure your seats.
PA Parenteau continues to deliver for the New Jersey Devils. The veteran wing who was acquired right before the season started scored his fifth goal of the year and also scored in the shootout, helping the Devils to beat the Carolina Hurricanes on November 7. New Jersey fell behind the Hurricanes after a lackluster second period in which Carolina was able to score two goals. However, outstanding goalie play from Cory Schneider and a late goal from Nick Lappin helped the Devils get to extra time and eventually win the game. The team will head out on the road for several games before returning home to host the Toronto Maple Leafs. Tickets for that game start at $26.
The New Jersey Devils have had trouble scoring in the early going, so getting an overtime win against the Minnesota Wild was a big deal for the team. New Jersey wasn’t able to get on the board until the third period when P.A. Parenteau tied the game at one goal apiece. All of the Devils’ games have been decided by a single goal, so another one-score loss might have been too much for fans to bear. Fortunately, Taylor Hall came through in the clutch and won the game with a sudden-death score. The Devils will face the Carolina Hurricanes at home on November 8, and tickets for that game start as low as $23.
The New Jersey Devils start their season in Florida, with a game against the Panthers on the 13 and then another against the Lightning in Tampa Bay on the 15. They head into the regular season after a decent preseason. They might have lost their last preseason game to the Islanders, but it remained a solid effort. After the Islanders scored first, Ben Lovejoy equalized just a few minutes later. In the second period, Adam Henrique scored to pull the Devils ahead. However, the Islanders scored twice more to win the game. After the games in Florida, the Devils will head home to host the Ducks for their home opener on October 18. You can still get tickets to catch the action in person, with prices starting at $23.
Last season didn’t work out all that well for the New Jersey Devils. Fortunately, nothing inspires a club to play better than sitting at home and watching other teams duke it out in the postseason. The Devils’ had an excellent defense during 2015-2016, it was just that the offense couldn’t get things going. With the addition of Taylor Hall, New Jersey hopes to start putting the puck in the back of the net a lot more often. If the young left wing can improve the team’s scoring, a run to the playoffs won’t be out of the question. The Devils welcome the Philadelphia Flyers to town to open up preseason play on September 26, and tickets for that game start at $37.