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BLOG: 82 Game Odyssey, Presented by Investors Bank Returns

The NewJerseyDevils.com documentary series 82-Game Odyssey returns Wednesday, Oct. 16 at noon ET

by Staff NJDevils / NewJerseyDevils.com

82 Game Odyssey Returns

82 Game Odyssey Returns Oct. 16

82 Game Odyssey, presented by Investors Bank is back for a third season beginning Wednesday, Oct. 16 at noon ET.

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The New Jersey Devils will be producing a third season of 82 Game Odyssey, presented by Investors Bank.

Video: 82 Game Odyssey Returns Oct. 16

The regular documentary series will pick up ahead of the Devils home opener and will give fans a behind-the-scenes look at the 2019-20 campaign, following the Devils franchise all season long.

Tweet from @NJDevils: 82 Game Odyssey presented by @InvestorsBank is back. Watch the full episode tomorrow at noon on our social channels.#WeAreTheOnes | #NJDevils pic.twitter.com/DbHO8X7xIh

Episodes will be available on njd.TV, NewJerseyDevils.com, and the Devils social media channels.

Episode 1 will stream on the Devils channels Wednesday, Oct. 16 at noon ET. Click HERE to watch a trailer for the episode.

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10 TAKEAWAYS: Two Weeks In

Amanda Stein gives her 10 Takeaways from the week, presented by Ticketmaster

by Amanda Stein amandacstein / NewJerseyDevils.com

NEWARK, NJ - There's no hiding the fact that the start to the Devils 2019-20 NHL season hasn't been an easy one. It's tough on consecutive nights for players to be asked and have to answer questions about the struggles right out of the gate and it's not exactly easy to be standing in there asking the questions either. I can be easy for anyone to snap. I will say the level of respect players and coaches have at this tough juncture has been appreciated, although not unexpected. 

As the Devils work their way through the difficult start to the season, here are my 10 Takeaways from the week, brought to you by Ticketmaster: 

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GAME STORY: Panthers 6, Devils 4

The Devils had a 4-1 lead but let it slip away as Florida rallied to score the next five and take the two points

by Chris Wescott TheChrisWescott / NewJerseyDevils.com

NEWARK, NJ - The Devils watched a 4-1 lead disappear as the Florida Panthers rallied to beat the home team 6-4. Following the disappointing result, New Jersey is now 0-4-2 to start the season.

Video: POST-GAME REPORT | Devils vs. Panthers

"If you're not confident it's going to turn around then the season is probably lost already. So no one's thinking this can't be turned around. It simply has to," said Devils goaltender Cory Schneider. "I think anybody in here as a professional and as a prideful player, we've got to do everything we can as an individual and then as a group to make sure that you're pointed in the right direction and are part of the solution not continuing to be part of the problem."

The Devils found themselves down 1-0 just 16 seconds into the first period. Jonathan Huberdeau potted the go-ahead foal, assisted by Evgenii Dadonov and Aleksander Barkov.

But then the home team got a spark, rattling off four unanswered goals.

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JAG-ONE POTW: Week 2 - Palmieri vs Severson

In week two of JAG-ONE Plays of the Week, Palmieri and Severson go head-to-head

by Staff NJDevils / NewJerseyDevils.com

PLAYS OF THE WEEK | Week 2

PLAYS OF THE WEEK | Palmieri vs Severson

In week two of JAG-ONE Plays of the Week, Kyle Palmieri faces off against Damon Severson.

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In a new weekly Devils feature, JAG-ONE pits two plays from the previous week against each other and lets you the fans decide the winner.

Blake Coleman's one-handed goal took the top spot last week by a narrow margin.

Video: PLAYS OF THE WEEK | Palmieri vs Severson

To place your vote this week, visit the Devils official Twitter and Facebook accounts. On Twitter, retweet for one of the highlights and like for the other. On Facebook, place your vote in the comments section.

Tweet from @NJDevils: RT for Palmieri or LIKE for Seversons goal in this weeks @jag_onept Play of the Week! pic.twitter.com/v5WTkiNz9d

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IN-GAME BLOG: Devils vs. Panthers

Get updates, highlights, tweets, commentary and more in our live in-game blog

by Marc Ciampa / NewJerseyDevils.com

The Devils take on the Panthers this afternoon at Prudential Center.

You can watch on TV on MSG or listen on the Devils Hockey Network.

Read below for updates, highlights, tweets, commentary and more in our live in-game blog.

Click here to view our LIVE in-game blog!

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PRE-GAME REPORT: Devils vs. Panthers

In a special Monday matinee game, the Devils and Panthers square off at Prudential Center

by Marc Ciampa / NewJerseyDevils.com

The Devils play a special matinee game against the Florida Panthers looking for their first win of the season. 

You can watch the game on MSG or listen on the Devils Hockey Network. 

Video: DEVILS:60 | Devils vs Panthers

Read the game preview below. 

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PODCAST: Miles Wood's connection to an Oscar nominated film

Devils forward's small town hometown was the backdrop to Manchester by the Sea

by Marc Ciampa / NewJerseyDevils.com

To listen to any episode of the New Jersey Devils Official Podcast, please visit newjerseydevils.com/podcast then connect with your favorite podcast provider.

The second episode of the Devils Official Podcast is forward Miles Wood. 

Wood brought an interesting perspective to the podcast, talking about his hometown Manchester, Massachusetts, a small town with a population of just over 5,000 known for being a popular filming location for some major motion pictures. 

"There was one movie, The Departed with Sandra Bullock was actually shot in my friend's house, which is kind of cool," said Wood. "It's a great spot to be, so I guess people are drawn to it through that way. And then there's an Adam Sandler movie. Grown-ups."

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BLOG: Sunday Practice Updates 10.13.19

Updates, news, notes and video coverage from practice on Sunday in Newark

by Sara Giles saratgiles / NewJerseyDevils.com

NEWARK, NJ - The Devils return to RWJBarnabas Health Hockey House for practice on Sunday after falling 3-0 to the Boston Bruins on Saturday night. All players were on the ice except Taylor Hall, who is taking a maintenance day and Andy Greene, who is on the IR.  

Tweet from @amandacstein: #NJDevils PP:PP1: Bratt, Zajac, Palmieri, Simmonds and SubbanPP2: Gusev, Boqvist, Hughes, Hischier and Vatanen*Taylor Hall taking a maintenance day.

Video: DEVILS:60 | Devils vs Panthers

 

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BLOG: Severson 'We need to put together a full game'

"Our on-ice play has to get going"

by Sara Giles saratgiles / NewJerseyDevils.com

It hasn't been an ideal start to the new season for the New Jersey Devils who are currently 0-3-2 and on the search for the first win. Defenseman Damon Severson said that the guys are all saying what needs to be said in the locker room, but their on-ice performance needs to get better.

"Our on-ice play has to get going, there's only so much that can be said. At this point guys are saying what needs to be said, guys are saying we need to battle, we need to dial it in. What's said is said, now it's a matter of just taking action. We need to put together a full group of games here, we need to put together a full game. As long as we control how we play and do the right things I think we're going to be successful more often than not," said Severson. 

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SUNDAYS WITH STAN: The First Devils Roster

Stan Fischler writes about constructing the first Devils roster in his weekly NewJerseyDevils.com column

by Stan Fischler StanFischler / NewJerseyDevils.com

How do you build a new hockey team?

That was the sizzling question confronting Devils owner Dr. John McMullen after the NHL approved the transfer of Denver's franchise to The Meadowlands.

While figuring out where to put the building blocks, Doc Mac was compelled to pay an unprecedented NHL transfer fee because, as he put it, "The alternative was no team."

Always handy with a quip, Dr. McMullen added: "It's like deciding what's better than not being alive?"

The good doctor was very much alive and so was the potential Devils fan base. A year before his team arrived in East Rutherford, Dr. McMullen watched 18,123 fans jam Byrne Arena for an exhibition game between the New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers.

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