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The second half of the NHL season is underway, and the stretch run for the 2007-08 campaign is right around the corner.
Fans looking to get out to Prudential Center should start planning now for the team's busiest month on the home schedule. The Devils play 11 of their next 15 in the Garden State, including a pair of matinees.
Whether you're hoping to catch the Devils as they take on Atlantic Division rivals, West Coast opponents or the East's elite, the month of February offers it all.
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On the Atlantic front, New Jersey hosts the Rangers (Friday, Feb. 1), Penguins (Monday, Feb. 4) and Islanders (Sunday, Feb. 23, 1 p.m.).
Teams from the Pacific Division also make a couple of rare appearances. The Los Angeles Kings visit on Saturday, Feb. 2, followed by the Anaheim Ducks on Friday, Feb. 8, and the San Jose Sharks on Wednesday, Feb. 20.
The Devils host the Eastern Conference-leading Ottawa Senators on Wednesday, Feb. 13. The club entertains the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday, Feb. 9 and again on a Devils Cap Day/President's Day matinee (Monday, Feb. 18) at 1 p.m. Carolina currently holds the top spot in the Southeast Division.
If you haven't gotten out to "The Rock" yet, you missed a fantastic first half. The Devils have taken 14 of their first 23 games in Newark, with some special moments along the way:Devils' first win at Prudential Center, Oct. 31 700K
Jay Pandolfo records his first career hat trick as the Devils top Tampa Bay, 4-1, for their historic first win in their brand-new home.Zach attacks; Brodeur blanks Canadiens, Nov. 30 700K Zach Parise
notches his first career hat trick and Martin Brodeur
posts his second shutout of the season as the Devils beat Montreal, 3-0.Devils climb out of 3-0 hole, win in OT, Dec. 5 700K
On the day that Jamie Langenbrunner is named the eighth captain in club history, the Devils recover from a three-goal deficit in the first period to win, 4-3, in overtime. Devils post ninth straight win, Dec. 7 700K
With Scott Stevens in the building for a pre-game ceremony to honor his induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame, the Devils score twice in the first period to collect their season-high ninth straight win. Devils rally late and grab shootout victory, Dec. 28 700K
Mike Mottau ties things up in the third period and Parise seals a 2-1 shootout victory over the Buffalo Sabres.
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