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Audio- 2/9 Devils' Greats on WFAN

Matt Loughlin and Sherry Ross spoke current and former New Jersey Devils about Martin Brodeur during his jersey retirement night.

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Numbers Game: Look to the Rafters- New Jersey Devils

By: Nick Lanciani

I continue to explore what retired numbers around the league may look like in the future. While there’s only a finite set of numbers to utilize on the back of a jersey, many teams choose to retire (or honor) some numbers based on extraordinary circumstances, dedication to the organization, or legendary status. 373 more words

Press Release - New Jersey Devils Alumni Association Revamps Web Site

The New Jersey Devils Alumni Association today rolled out a new version of NewJerseyDevils.com/Alumni, the web destination for the popular New Jersey non-profit organization. The Devils Alumni also officially launched @DevilsAlumni on Twitter to increase awareness of the Association’s numerous events and interact with fans, businesses and community members. 313 more words


Player Profile: Ken Daneyko, “Mr. Devil”

Written by Chris Zanni

“As a talented writer, Chris Zanni has a real flair for sports and history.” nate fegan

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I knew I wanted to start doing occasional player profiles here on the blog and knew exactly where I wanted to begin: with the man who holds the club record for games played (1,283) over his twenty year NHL career (spent entirely with the Devils) – Ken Daneyko. 1,510 more words

Video: Daneyko says Kings' depth makes them team to beat

One aspect of teams going deep into the Stanley Cup Playoffs that’s often talked about is depth. Being able to sustain injuries and a lack of production from players makes the run for the Cup so daunting. 87 more words

Los Angeles Kings

Video: Daneyko says little things matter getting to Stanley Cup Final

The New York Rangers already booked their spot in the Stanley Cup Final and now the Los Angeles Kings and Chicago Blackhawks will face off in Game 7 on Sunday night to see who they’ll face. 68 more words

2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs

Enforcers, Goons and Fighters, oh my! A list of NHL tough guys from March's eyes Part One

In my humble opinion, the NHL of the 1980s and 1990s was the best time to be a fan of the league. Little to no sponsorships, endorsement deals were few and far between, no insane physical testing and if you could throw a few punches while balancing on skates well, you had yourself a job. 749 more words