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Schneider stops 34 in New Jersey's 2-1 OT loss in Montreal

10 Takeaways: Devils edged by Habs in 2-1 OT loss

by Amanda Stein @AmandaCStein /

MONTREAL - Despite taking an early lead, the Devils picked up just one point against the Canadiens in overtime.

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Devils acquire forward Michael Latta from Arizona

New Jersey trades Binghamton Devils forward Ryan Kujawinski to Coyotes

by New Jersey Devils @NJDevils /

Newark, NJ - The New Jersey Devils today acquired forward Michael Latta from the Arizona Coyotes in exchange for forward Ryan Kujawinski. The announcement was made by New Jersey Devils Executive Vice President/General Manager Ray Shero.

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Lappin looks to have an impact vs. Montreal

The Devils' first AHL call-up of the season says he wants to do whatever he can to help the team continue their success

by Amanda Stein @AmandaCStein /

12/14 Pregame: NJD @ MTL

12/14 Pregame Preview: Devils at Canadiens

Nico Hischier and the New Jersey Devils take on the Canadiens on Thursday in Montreal

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MONTREAL -- In a first this season, the Devils will have a Binghamton call-up in their lineup as Taylor Hall is out with a knee contusion and Nick Lappin has been recalled to face the Canadiens.

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12/14 Pregame Notes: NJD at MTL

New Jersey Devils (17-9-4) at Montreal Canadiens (13-14-4) 7:30PM ET • Bell Centre • MSG+2 • The One Jersey Network

by James Stolfi /


The Devils defeated Los Angeles, 5-1, to snap their season-long, two-game, losing-skid as well as end the Kings' eight-game, winning-streak. Before the game, Los Angeles was 5-0-0 against the Metropolitan Division.

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With three unable to travel, Devils recall Lappin

Nick Lappin, called up from Binghamton, will meet the team in Montreal

by Amanda Stein @AmandaCStein /

There will be some big skates to fill as the Devils head to Montreal to take on the Canadiens Thursday night.

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The Royal Treatment: Devils rout Kings

10 TAKEAWAYS: Taylor Hall scores twice as the Devils defeat the Kings 5-1 at The Rock

by Arda Ocal @ArdaOcalTV /

On paper, Tuesday's task for the Devils seemed pretty straightforward: Bounce back from three losses in four games against the hottest team in the NHL, who is currently riding an eight-game win streak.

Piece of cake, right?

Well, the way this game unfolded, you'd think it was exactly that.

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Devils look to rebound against Pacific-leading Kings

The Devils know what needs to be corrected as they host the L.A. Kings, winners of eight in a row

by Amanda Stein @AmandaCStein /

12/12 Pregame: NJD vs. LAK

12/12 Pregame Preview: NJD vs. LAK

Cory Schneider and the Devils look to get back on track at home against the Kings

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There comes a time in a season when a team needs a reminder of what has made them successful, and why they've taken the league by surprise.

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12/12 Game Day Guide: Devils vs. Kings

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

by Brian Born @BrianBorn /

12 Days of Gifting

'Tis the season for gifting! On behalf of Prudential Center and the New Jersey Devils, we are gifting a fan every day for leading up to December 22. We'll have something for everyone including Prudential Center shows, a special GRAMMY Museum Experience Prudential Center experience, and New Jersey Devils hockey surprises. Enter for the chance to win great prizes!

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12/12 Pregame Notes: Devils vs. Kings

New Jersey Devils (16-9-4) vs. Los Angeles (20-8-3) 7PM ET • Prudential Center • MSG+ • The One Jersey Network

by James Stolfi /


For the first time this season, New Jersey lost consecutive games in regulation as the team was defeated by the Rangers, 5-2, at Madison Square Garden (prev., Apr.8- 4-2 L vs. NYI - Apr. 9- 4-1 L at DET.) The Devils also completed the road-portion of their season-series vs. NYR with a 1-1-0 record. The club's two remaining games vs. their cross-river rivals will be played at Prudential Center; Feb. 21 & Apr. 3. The loss was New Jersey's first road-loss against an Eastern Conference team in 2017-18.

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Devils well represented at WJC selection camps

Plenty of Devils prospects will suit up at World Junior Championship team selection camps, ahead of the upcoming tournament in Buffalo

by Julie Robenhymer @JulieRobenhymer /

The World Junior Championship is an annual tournament featuring the best hockey players from 10 countries under the age of 20. The New Jersey Devils will be well represented, with at least seven (and likely eight) earning invitations to their respective teams' selection camps, which start this week. Two more players would have been invited if they weren't already carving out memorable rookie seasons for themselves in the NHL: Nico Hischier and Jesper Bratt.

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