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#1305484 GDT: Devils vs Sabres 7:30pm

Posted by '7' on 17 February 2015 - 10:09 PM

Dominik Royvirth stones Henrique

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#1302273 RUMOR: Adam Oates next Devils GM?

Posted by '7' on 28 January 2015 - 02:16 PM

imho Lou will be the GM for the next 5 years at least so this is a worthless discussion

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#1301824 GoPro and the NHL @ The Rock

Posted by '7' on 23 January 2015 - 03:44 PM

The Devils don't have the marquee players to be included in such a commercial. If Brodeur or Kovy was still here...sure.


But c'mon...on our ice they couldn't have thrown us a bone and put Jagr or Elias in?

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#1295988 We aren't getting McDavid or Eichel, it's time to realize this

Posted by '7' on 18 December 2014 - 11:19 AM

I don't think it will happen either. We're starting to get healthy, Elias is back and looked good yesterday, Zubrus and Cammalleri will be back. Plus now we actually have a legit backup in Kinkaid, the team will win games. Not enough to make the playoffs but enough to disqualify us from McDavid and Eichel.

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#1292800 GDT: 12/4/14 New Jersey 76ers vs. the team that will beat them

Posted by '7' on 03 December 2014 - 09:26 PM

"All we are sayyyying..... is give us a gooooooooooal"


"DeBoer is over, if you want it"

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#1283656 Save us Jacques Lemaire

Posted by '7' on 21 October 2014 - 08:46 PM

That's it...enough. This is Deboers 4th season as Devils coach and the constant never-ending theme is blown leads blown leads and more blown leads. This team is so undisciplined and mentally weak in its own zone when trying to hold a lead. It happened in Philly to start the season (3-0 to 3-3) heck even in Tampa we were up 1-0 with about 10 to go and blew that. And the personnel changes but the results never do. They never do. Add in his bizarre, maddening roster management and the fact that we've missed the playoffs in consecutive years (unheard of for this franchise) and this year they're a penalty taking machine with no ability to kill penalties (something else that the Devil usually always do well not take penalties and KILL THEM when they do take them)


Up 3-1 to the Rags and we leave a point on the table. This was HIDEOUS.


All the good feelings of the 3-0 start are now history and we're long past the afterglow of the 2012 cup run.


You know Lou is stewing after this one. Now I don't expect any knee jerk moves from him as that's not his style. Deboer won't be on his ass tomorrow. But I think this game better start a clock in Lou's head, where if they're not playing up to capability by a certain date then Deboer is a goner. This team is really talented. We have depth and speed and are better than the crap that occurred tonight.




I'm shocked at how long Lou has tolerated gag-job hockey. Claude Julien was fired for being in first place. Larry got fired a year after making it to the finals and 2 years after WINNING a Cup. Pete DeBoer can turn this team into an on-ice circus and he just gets a pass for YEARS

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#1276425 Training Camp invites

Posted by '7' on 27 August 2014 - 07:26 PM

Kaberle is the Jagr effect.

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#1274523 Andy Greene Signed +5 years @ $5M Per Season

Posted by '7' on 30 July 2014 - 01:32 PM

"We welcome back Ilya...."


board crashes for 2 days

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#1268537 The official exhale thread

Posted by '7' on 13 June 2014 - 11:46 PM

It didn't happen. It got too close for comfort but it didn't happen. It was annoying, the Rags hanging on for dear life. The Kings at times getting lax and lazy and giving the Rags cheap goals. Even tonight. Let's face it the Kings went up 1-0 and lapsed. Rags got a powerplay (didn't even see the damn call, prob was a gift) and scored, then got a super lucky Boyle goal with seconds left. Then hung on for dear life as the ghost of Tortarella appeared as well as their 6 goalies. Didn't work


They kept plugging and didn't stop. The Kings have steel in their veins. They ground the Rags to dust late in these games and in OT. The refs tried their best (TWO POWERPLAYS IN OT ARE YOU sh!tTING ME!?) while the Kings were denied powerplays despite the Rags doing some atrocious hooking and holding to hang on. Posts galore, close calls. But it was the Kings always getting the best of the opportunities and outplaying the Rangers.


And how awesome is it to watch Gaborik skate around with the cup. Must really sting for the Rangers fans.


To be honest if the Rags pulled this out they weren't winning the series anyway. They just have no capability to play 60 minutes anymore, The reserves weren't there in the tank. It's no coincidence the Kings just run them to the ditch late in these games. They have bigger, better athletes


So now what happens? Rangerstown is being boarded up. The bandwagon is emptying. The diehards are weeping. And we dodged a major bullet by not having to deal with a Rags cup. That would've really hurt the Devils brand. So they won the eastern conference? Big f'n deal. We can survive that.


Rangers are not getting back here again. Not for a long time. They'll be in the playoffs next year and they'll be good...but I predict a very slow start for them next season. And I don't know if Lundqvist will be the same after starting something like 3,000 games this season. He'll be 33 next year. There's a good chance he retires cupless. I almost look at him like a pitcher who just threw 150 pitches and took a no hitter into the 9th....and lost. Sometimes guys are not the same after playoffs like this. This Rangers team will take some hits in the offseason. Losing Stralman would hurt. Some of the lower line guys will not produce like they did this year. Lundqvist may decline a bit. St. Louis is ancient. Nash is a clown flipping and flopping all over the ice and has never been an elite, clutch finisher. Brad Richards had his foot out the door before this series even ended. Maybe they won't have the same injury luck. It's hard to get back here again.


Time to go enjoy summer. Swimming, fishing, hanging with your kids. The Rags are dead. They're buried. They're not coming up out of the coffin anymore. No 20th anniversary magic. They'll have to dust off the old 94 VHS for another 20 years

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#1266128 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs thread

Posted by '7' on 30 May 2014 - 12:55 AM

Can you imagine what habs fans think of this guy? Devils fan rooting for the rags against a team the devils have no rivalry or animosity towards? 

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#1266124 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs thread

Posted by '7' on 30 May 2014 - 12:32 AM

Well i honestly almost got beat up tnight lol

Like really.... What was so wrong about singing the Ole ole ole song as loud as i possibly could right after the buzzer in a jammed packed bar filled with habs fans... Hahahahahahaha

Some guys there REALLLLLY didnt appreciated it and came right to my face hahahaha so fvcking worth it

So i can now go back cheering against the fvcking rangers, hopefully LA will crush them.


This is really not what we want to hear or see right now....but anyway congrats to your beloved Rangers.

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#1265103 Confronting the Nightmare - UPDATE: NIGHTMARE OVER, KINGS WIN!

Posted by '7' on 21 May 2014 - 11:18 AM

During the Devils Stanley Cup runs, I always noticed the occasional Rangers fan or two walking around town wearing their NYR hats or T-shirts, and in a way, I secretly admired  their tenacity.


So lately my boy (he's 5) and I have been wearing our Devils gear -- mostly T's, sometimes a hat -- a little bit more often than usual. It's sort of a subtle message to all the Rags fans in the area, letting them know: Hey, remember, we are here. Sure, you (Rags fans) are showing your numbers now, all proud because your team is doing well, but don't get any false allusions. We (Devils fans) are still here, we are always going to be here, and you are always going to be reminded that you don't own these (N.J.) towns anymore. Enjoy your little run now, but keep in mind that it isn't 1981. It is 2014, and this is Devils country, and it always will be Devils country.


Great post


Though I HATE when out of touch Rag fans still allude to the Jersey burbs being 50/50 in terms of fans. It hasn't been like that in literally 20 years.


It probably sounds pathetic but whenever this "too close for comfort" cup run of 2014 ends I will probably feel like celebrating in some way, because the crises was averted. And some relief of course knowing they won't come this close again for a long long time

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#1262951 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs thread

Posted by '7' on 30 April 2014 - 08:33 PM

Yep. Getting ready to quickly change the channel as soon as it ends.


stick around for the confetti, balloons, and banner raising

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#1262828 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs thread

Posted by '7' on 29 April 2014 - 09:13 PM

You see this is why the Rags are cooked regardless of if they win game 7 tomorrow. Once again an unnecessarily long first round grind against an inferior team, just like Ottawa, Wash in 2012, Wash in 2013. They were steamrolled today...no killer instinct. SOFT

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#1261846 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs thread

Posted by '7' on 20 April 2014 - 03:26 PM

I'd rather see Philly win the cup 400 years in a row then the rangers win one. 


ha, I'm with you. My rationale is even though we hate 'em too, if they win it at least they can go celebrate over there in Philadelphia and south Jersey. We won't see it and hear it for the most part. It won't be rubbed in our faces as there aren't that many Flyers fans here. Maybe folks who spend a lot of time at the shore will see some of it but that's all


If the Rags win it. Good lord we will never hear the end of it. I mean you've seen how they've milked 1994.

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