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Devils blanked by Red Wings

10 Takeaways: Devils fall to Red Wings 3-0 at The Rock

by Amanda Stein @AmandaCStein / newjerseydevils.com

The Devils were shut out on home ice for the second time this season, in a 3-0 loss to the Detroit Red Wings on Monday night. The Devils had not been shut out at Prudential Center since Oct. 20. The Devils hit plenty of posts but couldn't solve Detroit netminder Petr Mrazek.  

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Devils aim for season sweep of Red Wings

The Devils look for a three-game series sweep against the Red Wings Monday, something they have yet to do in team history

by Amanda Stein @AmandaCStein / newjerseydevils.com

1/22 Preview: NJD vs. DET

1/22 Pregame Preview: NJD vs. DET

Hear from the Devils as the club prepares for Monday's tilt with the Red Wings

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The New Jersey Devils welcome the Detroit Red Wings to the Prudential Center for the second time this season Monday night. 

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1/22 Game Day Guide: Devils vs. Red Wings

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

by Brian Born @BrianBorn / newjerseydevils.com

Going sweeping?

New Jersey aims to complete a three-game season sweep of the Detroit Red Wings tonight at The Rock. The Devils have never swept the Red Wings in the regular season. 

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1/22 Pregame Notes: Devils vs. Red Wings

New Jersey Devils (24-13-8) vs. Detroit Red Wings (18-20-7) 7PM • Prudential Center • MSG • The One Jersey Network

by James Stolfi / newjerseydevils.com

LAST GAME: JAN. 20 - NEW JERSEY DEVILS 1 @ PHILADELPHIA FLYERS 3

The Devils lost, 3-1, in the second of four meetings between the Metro Division rivals and the first at Wells Fargo Center. New Jersey trails the season-series 0-2-0. They lost the first match-up of the season-series, 3-5 L, Jan. 13 at Prudential Center and have been out-scored, 4-8, thus far.

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Kinkaid, Gibbons injured in loss to Philadelphia

10 Takeaways: Devils fall 3-1 to the Flyers

by Amanda Stein @AmandaCStein / newjerseydevils.com

PHILADELPHIA - The New Jersey Devils lost more than just their game against the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday afternoon. In a 3-1 loss, the Devils were down to one goaltender and 11 forwards 41 seconds into the second period. The Devils retain their second-place spot in the Metropolitan Division, however, in spite of the loss. They have 56 points. 

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Special teams the focus as Devils take on Flyers

The Devils hope the emphasis they've placed on special teams this week will help them against their divisional rivals

by Amanda Stein @AmandaCStein / newjerseydevils.com

1/20 Preview: NJD @ PHI

1/20 Pregame Preview: NJD @ PHI

Hear from the Devils as the club prepares for Saturday's tilt in Philadelphia

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PHILADELPHIA - It will be a fourth afternoon game for the Devils this season on Saturday. The puck will drop at 1 p.m. in a rivalry game between the Devils and Flyers at Wells Fargo Center. The Devils and Flyers met exactly a week ago, when the Devils lost, 5-3.

 

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1/20 Pregame Notes: Devils at Flyers

New Jersey Devils (24-12-8) at Philadelphia Flyers (21-16-8) 1PM • Wells Fargo Center • MSG+ • The One Jersey Network

by New Jersey Devils @NJDevils / newjerseydevils.com

LAST GAME: JAN. 18 - NEW JERSEY DEVILS 4 vs. WASHINGTON CAPITALS 3 (OT)

The Devils defeated the Capitals, 4-3 OT, for the first time in five meetings. Before Thursday, they were 0-5-0, since their 2-1 shootout victory on Dec. 29, 2016 at Capital One Arena. The club ended their seven-game, win-less streak against Washington at Prudential Center (last win; April 4, 2017, 0-5-2 in seven previous games).

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Hall Yeah! Devils edge Caps in OT

10 Takeaways: Devils defeat Capitals 4-3 in OT

by Amanda Stein @AmandaCStein / newjerseydevils.com

The New Jersey Devils have inched closer to the top of the Metropolitan Division after defeating the Washington Capitals, 4-3, in overtime. Taylor Hall had the game-winner. 

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Caps game a chance for Devils to gain ground

The Devils are 0-2-0 against the Capitals this season, and trail them by just five points in the standings

by Amanda Stein @AmandaCStein / newjerseydevils.com

1/18 Preview: NJD vs. WSH

1/18 Preview: NJD vs. WSH

Keith Kinkaid makes his second straight start tonight when the Devils host the Caps

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The Devils are back at home hosting the Washington Capitals Thursday night. In advance of the game, the team held a rare full morning skate during which all players were present. 

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1/18 Game Day Guide: Devils vs. Capitals

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

by Brian Born @BrianBorn / newjerseydevils.com

Kinkaid in, Schneider Out

Keith Kinkaid will make his second consecutive start tonight when the Devils host the Capitals at Prudential Center. Cory Schneider (ill) will back up. Kinkaid started New Jersey's matchup on Tuesday against the Islanders, stopped 25 of 26 SOG in the Devils 4-1 win.

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