Skip to main content
The Official Site of the New Jersey Devils

11/24 Hockey Fights Cancer Game Day Guide: NJD vs. VAN

Coming to The Rock for NJD vs. VAN? Here's what you need to know

by Brian Born @BrianBorn /

Hockey Fights Cancer Night

Tonight, the Devils will support the National Hockey League and NHL Players' Association's annual Cancer Awareness Month initiative at Prudential Center. Fans in attendance will have the opportunity to raise money for cancer awareness by doing the following: 

View More

Devils welcome 8-year-old 'coach for the day'

Abdiel Collazo, whose leukemia is in remission, is John Hynes' 'assistant' for Hockey Fights Cancer game

by Amanda Stein @AmandaCStein /

11/24 Pregame: NJD vs. VAN

11/24 Pregame Preview: NJD vs. VAN

The Devils host the Canucks at Prudential Center on Hockey Fights Cancer Night

  • 01:42 •

There was a brand new bench boss at The Rock Friday morning. Eight-year-old Abdeil Collazo joined John Hynes as Devils coach. Collazo is this year's Hockey Fights Cancer "Coach for the Day," and he had players working hard.

View More

11/24 Pregame Notes: Devils vs. Canucks

7PM ET/4PM PT• Prudential Center • MSG+ • The One Jersey Network

by James Stolfi /


New Jersey lost its first of three meetings, 2-3 SO, against the Boston Bruins this season (Jan 23 at BOS./Feb. 3 at NJD). The game ended in dramatic fashion after Brian Gibbons, who leads New Jersey with ten goals, tied the game with just 4:44 remaining in regulation to send the clubs to overtime. After a franchise record, eleven-round shootout, Bruins' defenseman, Charlie McAvoy, notched the game-deciding goal to end the night. It was the Devils' first shootout loss at Prudential Center in 2017-18; 2-2 overall.

View More

Six Things We're Thankful For This Thanksgiving

New Jersey has plenty to be grateful for this Thanksgiving

by Brian Born @BrianBorn /

The holidays are a perfect time to take a moment to reflect and express our gratitude, and this Thanksgiving, the Devils have plenty to be thankful for. 

New Jersey has defied hockey "experts," exceeding preseason expectations and currently owning the Metropolitan Division's second best record (12-5-4, 28pts). The Devils have battled through injuries to top talents like Kyle Palmieri, Marcus Johansson and Travis Zajac, and continue to thrive. 

View More

10 Takeaways: Devils fall in 11 round shootout to Boston

Bratt and Gibbons eat lit the lamp in the Devils' 3-2 SO defeat.

by Amanda Stein @NJDevils /
The Devils returned to The Rock on Wednesday night, hosting the Boston Bruins. It was a penalty-filled affair for New Jersey, who tied the game late to earn a single point, before falling 3-2 in an 11-round shootout.
View More

Prudential Center and the Devils to host 2017 Hockey Fights Cancer Night

Devils to Honor and Support Cancer Survivors and Patients Throughout the Game on Nov. 24

by New Jersey Devils @NJDevils /
NEWARK, N.J. (Nov. 22, 2017) - Prudential Center and the New Jersey Devils will support the National Hockey League and NHL Players' Association's annual Cancer Awareness Month initiative, Hockey Fights Cancer, on Friday, Nov. 24 when the Devils host the Vancouver Canucks at 7 p.m. This night comes after the off-season news that Devils' forward Brian Boyle was diagnosed with Chronic Myeloid/Myelogenous Leukemia during training camp.
View More

11/22 Gameday Guide: Devils vs. Bruins

Coming to The Rock for NJD vs. BOS? Here's what you need to know

by Brian Born @BrianBorn /

Palmieri Out 4-6 Weeks

On Wednesday morning, the Devils announced that Kyle Palmieri has a broken right foot and will be out of the lineup the next four to six weeks, the club announced this morning.

Coach Hynes addressed the media regarding the loss of Palmieri. "The guys in the lineup have to perform well. We feel like we have a pretty deep team, so although it's disappointing to not have [Palmieri] in the lineup, the guys that are just have to perform. We've got to find a way to win." Jimmy Hayes will draw back into the lineup and take on his former team in replace of Palmieri.

View More
game preview

Bruins at Devils preview

New Jersey forward Palmieri out 4-6 weeks with broken right foot; Khudobin to start third straight for Boston

by Mike G. Morreale @mikemorrealeNHL / Staff Writer

BRUINS (8-7-4) at DEVILS (12-5-3)

7 p.m. ET; MSG+2, NESN, NHL.TV


The Game

New Jersey Devils forward Kyle Palmieri has a broken right foot and will miss the game against the Boston Bruins at Prudential Center on Wednesday.

View More

With Palmieri out, Devils aim to 'win by committee'

Loss of right winger for 4-6 weeks is big, players say, but not insurmountable

by Amanda Stein @AmandaCStein /

11/22 Pregame: NJD vs. BOS

11/22 Pregame Preview: NJD vs. BOS

The Devils meet with the media prior to their matchup with the Bruins at Prudential Center

  • 01:32 •

The New Jersey Devils may have returned home from a four game road trip with five more points, but they also returned home with one less healthy body. 

View More

11/22 Pregame Notes: Devils vs. Bruins

New Jersey Devils (11-5-3) at Minnesota Wild (9-8-2) 8PM ET• Excel Energy Center • MSG+2 • The One Jersey Network

by James Stolfi /


The Devils concluded their four-game, road-trip, 2-1-1, with a 4-3 overtime win at Minnesota. New Jersey is 7-2-2 on the road this season (5-3-1 home). They have won their last five games vs. the Wild and are 6-4-1 on the road at Xcel Energy Center since the Wild's inaugural season in 2000-01. The Devils most-recent defeat was on Mar. 10, 2015 at Xcel Energy Center. With the win, New Jersey is 3-2-0 (2-1-0 road) vs. the Central Division and is 5-4-2 overall against the Western Conference.

View More