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Healthy Cooking with the Devils & RWJBarnabas Health

Travis Zajac cooks up Avocado and Crab Salad

by New Jersey Devils @NJDevils / newjerseydevils.com

Cooking with the Devils: Ep. 1

Cooking with the Devils and RWJBarnabas Health

Travis Zajac whips up some Asian Chicken Burgers in the first installment of Healthy Cooking with the Devils and RWJBarnabas Health

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The New Jersey Devils have teamed up with RWJBarnabas Health to prepare some healthy recipes, perfect for athletes, fans and, families. Watch as Travis Zajac joins Barbara Mintz, Vice President of Healthy Living for RWJBarnabas Health and Jason Choate, Executive Chef for Prudential Center, as the crew cooks up an Avocado & Crab Salad with a special twist, only a hockey player could add. If you'd like to whip up this dish, the recipe is below. 

Avocado and Crab Salad
Serves 4
Ingredients

•   Cooking spray
•   1 small carrot
•   1 small red onion, halved
•   1 pound ground chicken
•   1/4 cup panko (Japanese breadcrumbs)
•   1/4 cup hoisin sauce
•   1 tablespoon grated peeled ginger
•   4 teaspoons low-sodium soy sauce
•   3 teaspoons hot Asian chili sauce, such as sambal oelek
•   8 ounces white mushrooms, thinly sliced
•   2 teaspoons toasted sesame oil
•   Juice of 1 lime
•   4 whole-wheat sesame hamburger buns

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3/23 Postgame: Leafs Top Devils 4-2

Devil Fall to Leafs in Toronto: Three Things We Learned

by Julie Robenhymer @JulieRobenhymer / newjerseydevils.com

Postgame: Leafs top Devils 4-2

3/23 Postgame: Leafs top Devils 4-2

Hear from the Devils following the clubs 4-2 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs

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The Devils lost, 4-2, tonight to the Toronto Maple Leafs at Air Canada Center tonight despite goals by John Moore, including one on the power play. Here's what we learned: 

1) After the game, Moore said he was the beneficiary of some lucky bounces tonight, but he also put himself in position to take advantage of those bounces by taking seven shots - two of which missed the net, three were saved by the goalie and two found their way over the goal line. The defenseman also blocked two shots, forced a turnover, and dished out a hit in 21:03 minutes of TOI. 

2) The Devils put up a strong battle against the Leafs (who are battling for playoff positioning) in the opening forty minutes of play. At his postgame press conference, Coach John Hynes expressed satisfaction with the effort put forth from the Devils' youth, who showed off their consistency in back-to-back games. Hynes did however, send a message to the vets in the locker room, pushing for a complete sixty-minute effort. Expect the Devils veterans to ratchet up their compete-level as they enter this weekend's contests.

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Preview: Devils at Maple Leafs

Toronto aims to continue climbing Atlantic Division standings against New Jersey

by Dave McCarthy / NHL.com Correspondent

DEVILS (27-33-12) at MAPLE LEAFS (34-23-15)

7:30 p.m. ET; SNO, MSG+, NHL.TV

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3/23 Pregame Notes: Devils at Maple Leafs

New Jersey Devils (27-33-12) at Toronto Maple Leafs (33-23-15) 7:30PM ET • Air Canada Centre • MSG+ • TOJN/WFAN

by New Jersey Devils @NJDevils / newjerseydevils.com

DEVILS VS. MAPLE LEAFS

Tonight is the third and final meeting between New Jersey and Toronto this season. The Devils are 1-1-0 vs. Toronto thus far with both games having taken place at Prudential Center. New Jersey defeated Toronto, 5-4 SO, on Nov. 23 and fell, 2-4, on Jan. 6. Jacob Josefson had the game-deciding goal in the shootout for NJ, while Auston Matthews scored the GWG for Toronto in their second meeting.

Toronto native, Michael Cammalleri, (upper body, week-to-week) had a season-high, four-point night vs. the Maple Leafs on Nov. 23. Cory Schneider is 6-1-3 in 10 career games vs. Toronto. His only regulation loss against the Leafs was on Jan. 6 of this season.

New Jersey is 7-11-4 against the Atlantic Division this season and is 17-22-7 vs. the Eastern Conference in 2016-17. New Jersey has only won one game at Air Canada Centre since the 2012-13 season (Dec. 4, 2013, 5-3) but have points in 10 of their last 11 games overall vs. the Leafs (6-1-4).

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Blandisi-Quenneville Chemistry Lifts NJD over NYR

Friendship from Albany to New Jersey pays dividends for Devils

by Brian Born @BrianBorn / newjerseydevils.com

Quenneville, Blandisi Postgame

Quenneville-Blandisi chemistry lifts NJD over NYR

John Quenneville and Joseph Blandisi explain how their on- and off-ice chemistry led to two goals against the Rangers

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The Devils 2016-17 season is winding down in Jersey, but there has been no quit in a resilient roster who showed their grit, defeating the rival Rangers 3-2 in OT on Tuesday. New Jersey is building for the future by giving the young guys from Albany a chance to excel at the NHL-level. Last night, the kids delivered. Although Pavel Zacha extended his consecutive points-streak to five games, and Miles Wood and Blake Coleman dropped the gloves for two electric bouts, the night belonged to Joseph Blandisi and John Quenneville.

Tweet from @NJDevils: .@_themagicbullet on chemistry with @jaquinder88: "It's a dream to play with one of your best friends. We want to be a dynamic duo." pic.twitter.com/pzYnHNQJPU

The close friendship between Blandisi and Quenneville is no secret to the Devils locker room. The duos chemistry on-ice is a direct reflection of their relationship off, making Tuesday's victory a storybook ending for the young forwards. Appearing in his sixth game with the Devils, Quenneville lit the lamp for his first career NHL goal during the first period. Blandisi, who had the primary assist on the play, couldn't hide his excitement for his best friend after the game. "It was a long time coming for him. He sleeps and breathes hockey. Just to be called up and do it together, it was almost like fate. For me to give the pass to him for his first goal, it couldn't have been scripted any better." 

Video: NYR@NJD: Quenneville beats Raanta for first NHL goal

 

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Devils defeat Rangers to avoid season sweep

Joseph Blandisi scores with 54.6 seconds left in overtime, Cory Schneider makes 38 saves for New Jersey

by Mike G. Morreale @mikemorrealeNHL / NHL.com Staff Writer

NEWARK, N.J. -- Joseph Blandisi scored with 54.6 seconds left in overtime to give the New Jersey Devils a 3-2 win against the New York Rangers at Prudential Center on Tuesday.

Blandisi and John Quenneville each had a goal and an assist, Taylor Hall scored, and Cory Schneider made 38 saves for the Devils (27-33-12), who won for the second time in the past 14 games (2-10-2).

The Devils avoided a season sweep of the four-game series with the Rangers.  

"We didn't want to get swept by that team," Schneider said. "It may not mean anything in the standings or in terms of the big picture for the season, but it was a big win for us to not get swept by them."

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Preview: Rangers at Devils

Goalie Antti Raanta starts again for New York; Cory Schneider will play for New Jersey

by Mike G. Morreale @mikemorrealeNHL / NHL.com Staff Writer

RANGERS (45-24-3) at DEVILS (26-33-12)

7 p.m. ET; MSG+, MSG, NHL.TV

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3/21 Pregame Notes: Devils vs. Rangers

New Jersey Devils (26-33-12) vs. New York Rangers (45-24-3) 7PM ET • Prudential Center • MSG+ • TOJN/WFAN

by New Jersey Devils @NJDevils / newjerseydevils.com

DEVILS VS. RANGERS

Tonight is the fourth and final game between the Devils and Rangers in the 2016-17 season. New Jersey is 0-1-2 vs. New York and is looking to avoid going win-less against the Rangers for the first time since 2014-15 (0-3-1). The Devils lost their last match-up, 4-3 OT, Feb. 25 at Prudential Center. Cory Schneider stopped 36 of 40 shots in the OT loss.

The Devils are 16-22-7 against the Eastern Conference and are 9-11-3 vs. Metro Division rivals this season. New Jersey is 3-3-1 at home and is 6-7-3 overall vs. New York since the 2013-14 season.

Kyle Palmieri has five points (3g-2a) over his last four games vs. the Rangers.

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Devils fall to Blue Jackets at Prudential Center

Columbus 4, Devils 1: Three Things We Learned

by Julie Robenhymer @JulieRobenhymer / newjerseydevils.com

The Devils lost, 4-1, to the Columbus Blue Jackets on Sunday at Prudential Center with the lone goal coming on the power play from Adam Henrique. Here's what we learned: 

1) Taylor Hall led the team in time on ice with 20:07 as well as shots on goal with five.

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3/19 Pregame Notes: Devils vs. Blue Jackets

New Jersey Devils (26-32-12) vs. Columbus Blue Jackets (45-18-6) 1PM ET • Prudential Center • MSG+ • TOJN/WFAN

by New Jersey Devils @NJDevils / newjerseydevils.com

DEVILS VS. BLUE JACKETS

Tonight is the fourth and final meeting between the Devils and Blue Jackets in 2016-17. New Jersey is 1-2-0 against their division rival this season and have been shut out in their last two games, 0-3 and 0-2, respectively.

New Jersey is 3-4-1 at Prudential Center and is 5-9-2 overall vs. Columbus since the 2013-14 season. The Devils are 9-10-3 vs. Metro Division opponents and are 16-21-7 against the Eastern Conference.

The club is 1-3-0 overall and is 0-2-0 at Prudential Center in matinee games this season.

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