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Devils Recover From 3-0 Deficit But Sunk by Scheifele | GAME STORY

Mark Scheifele scores three times to lead the Winnipeg Jets to an 8-4 win over the Devils

by Marc Ciampa /

WINNIPEG, MB - After falling behind 3-0 in the game's first seven minutes, the Devils roared back to take a 4-3 lead but ultimately it slipped away in a 8-4 defeat at Canada Life Centre on Friday night punctuated by a hat trick by Mark Scheifele. 

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Bernier Gets the Start as Devils Wrap Trip in Winnipeg | PRE-GAME STORY

Devils complete their back-to-back road trip with a showdown in Manitoba against the Jets

by Sam Kasan and Marc Ciampa /

The Devils finish off their two-game back-to-back road trip in Winnipeg with a contest against the Jets.

You can watch the game on MSG+ or listen on the Devils Hockey Network. Puck drop is 8:08 p.m. ET.

Read the game preview below with lineup updates, videos, our Pre-Game Story and more.

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Devils Comeback Effort Falls Short in Minnesota | GAME STORY

Devils rallied from down 3-0 to make it 3-2 but the Minnesota Wild held on for the victory

by Marc Ciampa /

SAINT PAUL, MN - The Devils fell behind early and battled back in the second period but ultimately dropped a 5-2 decision to the Minnesota Wild on Thursday night. 

Dougie Hamilton, with two assists, led the way for the Devils in points while the goal scorers were Tomas Tatar and Ryan Graves. 

Ryan Hartman and Kirill Kaprizov drove the Wild's offense with three points apiece. 

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Trio of Centers Make up Devils Top Line in Minnesota | PRE-GAME STORY

Devils play in state of Minnesota for first time since Feb. 15, 2019

by Marc Ciampa and Sam Kasan /

The Devils travel for a two-game, back-to-back road trip starting off Thursday night in Minnesota. It'll be the second and final meeting between the two clubs on the season.

You can watch the game on MSG+2 or listen on the Devils Hockey Network. Puck drop is 8:08 p.m. ET.

Read the game preview below with lineup updates, videos, our Pre-Game Story and more.

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Johnsson's Four Points Lead Devils to Huge Win Over Rivals | GAME STORY

Devils score three times in the third period to top Flyers 5-2

by Marc Ciampa /

NEWARK, NJ - Andreas Johnsson had two goals and four points and Jesper Bratt had a goal and three points to lead the Devils to a 5-2 win over the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday night at Prudential Center. 

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De Leo to Make His Devils Debut Tonight Versus Wild | PRE-GAME STORY

New Jersey will play the Wild twice in nine days - starting at home before hitting the road for a Dec 2 game

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The Devils face off against the Minnesota Wild tonight, returning home right before Thanksgiving. 

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

Video: Welcoming the Wild | DEVILS MINUTE

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Devils Players Excited to Wear Third Jersey | BLOG

Unveiled this morning, P.K. Subban and Dougie Hamilton were asked their thoughts on the Devils third jersey

by Marc Ciampa /

This morning, the Devils unveiled their new third jersey. Devils players have had the chance for a few weeks now to not only see the jersey, but see it in full action on the ice through various video shoots and photoshoots. 

After practice on Tuesday, Devils defenseman P.K. Subban was asked his thoughts on the third jersey. 

Video: The state. The people. The next era.

"I think people know I'm a person with an open mind. I think it's great," said Subban. "Adidas is one of my partners. When I went to Portland last summer, they showed me a couple of the third jersey options for some of the teams. I'm really excited. New Jersey has so much history and so much culture. I think they did a really good job with the jersey."

One of the signature pieces of the third jersey is the word 'Jersey' written across the front in script. Subban commented on that. 

"Thinking about wearing that jersey to a game is super cool. I never call it New Jersey, I call it 'Jersey' so wearing 'Jersey' on the front is super cool," he said, adding that the jersey has appeal to both avid hockey fans and those who may be more casual but are fashion conscious. 

"You have the right partner. Adidas has the crossover ability to make something that appeases to the hockey fan base and gets other people involved, too," Subban continued. "We want people from the area want to wear it."

Video: P.K. gives his thoughts on the new Devils 3rd jersey

Dougie Hamilton was also asked his thoughts and a lot of them echoed those of Subban, particularly being a fan of the entire look. 

"Right when I saw it, I liked it a lot and once we saw them with the full kit with the gloves and pants and socks, I thought it looked really good. We're all excited to wear them and I think it'll look pretty cool."

Subban added that he hopes that the 'Jersey' jersey makes its way into the mainstream. 

"I know I'd wear it. For me, I'd love to see it in a rap video, that'd be really cool."

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Devils Continue On Despite Absences | BLOG

Mackenzie Blackwood missed significant time early in the season and now without Jack Hughes and Miles Wood, the Devils are staying competitive

by Marc Ciampa /

The Devils have had a solid start to the season with a record of 8-5-3. That ties them for 17th in NHL standings with the Flyers and the Cup-contending Colorado Avalanche but also only four points behind 8th-place Tampa Bay in a 32-team League. 

They've been able to accomplish this without arguably their best offensive player in Jack Hughes who has only played one full game -- the season opener -- and goaltender Mackenzie Blackwood who missed the first month with a heel injury. 

"We don't think about it too much," Hamilton said of the Hughes absence. "Blackie missed the first little bit, too. We've got a really good team and the process of learning to be together, working on things every day, improving. For me, I don't look at standings every day. Just focus on winning the next day and you'll end up in a good spot.

"Hopefully we can get going and when Jack's back we can get even better."

Hughes skated with the team for a bit at practice on Monday but was off the ice against Tuesday, all part of the normal recovery process. Hamilton added that more so than Jack's return, improvement hinges on the team improving its fundamentals. 

"We've worked on a lot of stuff system-wise. We can still get a lot better at certain things. Working on power play and special teams. Special teams is huge. The best teams in the League are usually the best special teams teams," Hamilton began. 

"Keep working on that. We've got to keep practicing and working on stuff," he continued. "We worked on our neutral zone last time we had a break and that really helped us."


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Devils Recall Chase De Leo, Assign Alexander Holtz | BLOG

De Leo has 14 points in 8 games with Utica this season in the AHL

by Marc Ciampa /

The Devils announced today that they've recalled forward Chase De Leo from the Utica Comets of the American Hockey League. 

The Comets are on fire, with a 13-0-0 start to their season -- an all-time AHL record. Despite only playing in eight of those 13 games, De Leo leads the Comets in scoring with 14 points (2 goals, 12 assists). 

The 25-year-old De Leo has played in five career NHL games, two with the Winnipeg Jets and three with the Anaheim Ducks. He is still looking for his first career NHL point. De Leo will wear number 47 for the Devils. 

Alexander Holtz played six games for the Devils during his first career NHL call-up and had two assists. He had five goals in four games with the Comets and now rejoins the club. 

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Devils Rally in the Third to Stun Lightning 5-3 | GAME STORY

Mackenzie Blackwood turns in a masterful performance with 31 saves, including a third-period penalty shot

by Marc Ciampa /

TAMPA, FL - Trailing 3-1 heading into the third period, the New Jersey Devils came out on fire, scoring three times in the period's opening 10 minutes to defeat the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-3 at Amalie Arena on Saturday. 

Yegor Sharangovich scored twice while Mackenzie Blackwood made 31 saves, including one on a crucial penalty shot in the third with the game tied. Dawson Mercer, Jimmy Vesey and Tomas Tater with an empty-netter scored the other Devils markers. 

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