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The Face Painter Rises: Puddy returns to The Rock to support the Devils

Actor Patrick Warburton reprised his iconic Seinfeld role, cheers on Devils during the Stanley Cup Playoffs

by Brian Born @BrianBorn /

There is nothing like the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The intensity, the rivalries, and the surprises are what brings additional attention to the sport during the most fun time of the season. On Wednesday night, actor Patrick Warburton was hell-bent (get it?) on supporting his favorite NHL team and did so in spectacular fashion. 

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Devils fall to Tampa on Wednesday night, face elimination on Saturday

Kyle Palmieri scored the one Devils goal as New Jersey fell to the Lightning 3-1 at The Rock

by Amanda Stein @AmandaCStein /

On the brink.

The New Jersey Devils are on the brink of elimination from their first-round series with the Tampa Bay Lightning after a 3-1 loss in Game 4 on Wednesday night. The Lightning scored twice in the first period and added an empty net goal in the third, taking a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven series. 

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Devils ready for physical Game 4 vs. Tampa

Cory Schneider starts in goal for what is gearing up to be a physical contest against the Bolts

by Amanda Stein @AmandaCStein /

Cory Schneider will get a second consecutive start in net tonight as the New Jersey Devils host the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 4 of their first-round Stanley Cup Playoffs series. Coach John Hynes will stick with the lineup that pulled out a clutch 5-2 victory in Game 3. 

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4/18 Round 1 • Game 4 Notes: Devils vs. Lightning

New Jersey Devils vs Tampa Bay Lightning 7:30 PM ET • Prudential Center • MSG+ • The One Jersey Network • GOLF • SN • TVAS2

by Devils PR @NJDevilsPR /


The New Jersey Devils defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning, 5-2, in the third game of their best-of-seven series and now trail in the series, 2-1. New Jersey improved to 123-108 in the team's playoff history.

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Johansson impresses in return to game action

Playing in his first game since suffering a concussion on Jan. 23, Johansson made an immediate impact

by Jesse Spector @JesseSpector /

In 14:30 of ice time in Game 3 of the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, his first game action since Jan. 23, Marcus Johansson had two shots on goal, one hit, and no points. If ever there were a case of the statistics not telling the story, this was it, because Johansson's influence in his return from his second concussion of the season was clear.


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Home! Sweet Home!

10 Takeaways: Devils take Game 3, defeating the Lightning 5-2 at The Rock

by Amanda Stein @AmandaCStein /

It feels good to be home.

The New Jersey Devils would not be beat on their home ice, while delivering their fans their first playoff experience since 2012. 

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Schneider starts, Johansson returns for Game 3 vs. Tampa

Round 1 of the playoffs makes its first stop in New Jersey as the Devils host the Lightning

by Amanda Stein @AmandaCStein /

"There's no place like home."

That's what the New Jersey Devils are hoping for as they get ready to host the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 3 of their first round series. 

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4/16 Round 1 • Game 3 Notes: Devils vs. Lightning

New Jersey Devils vs Tampa Bay Lightning 7:30 PM ET • Prudential Center • MSG+ • The One Jersey Network • CNBC • SN • TVAS2

by Devils PR @NJDevilsPR /


The New Jersey Devils fell to the Tampa Bay Lightning in the second game of a best-of-seven series, 5-3. New Jersey trails in the series 2-0.

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2018 NCAA national champion Joey Anderson joins the Devils

Learn more and see what our scouting staff has to say about newest Devil Joey Anderson

by Julie Robenhymer @JulieRobenhymer /

After winning the 2018 NCAA national championship with the Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs last weekend, 19-year-old Joey Anderson has signed a three-year entry level contract with the New Jersey Devils and will forgo his final two years of NCAA eligibility to begin his professional career.

As Devils management and the scouting staff prepared for the 2016 NHL Draft, they knew what Anderson had the potential to bring to the team, but it wasn't until the interviews at the scouting combine that he really differentiated himself from the pack.

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Devils sign Joey Anderson to entry-level contract

Anderson was selected 73rd overall in the 2016 NHL Draft

by New Jersey Devils @NJDevils /

Newark, NJ - The New Jersey Devils today signed forward Joey Anderson to a three-year, entry-level contract. The contract will begin with the 2017-18 season. He signed the contract in New Jersey today and will skate with members of the team tomorrow. Anderson was New Jersey's third selection, 73rd overall, in the 2016 NHL Draft. The announcement was made by Devils' Executive Vice President/General Manager Ray Shero.

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