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  1. 15 minutes ago, Satans Hockey said:

    Canadian exchange rate is probably higher for those too 

    They had the same length and hes been reading all day



  2. 5 minutes ago, MB3 said:

    I triple-doggy dare you to show me how this pent up vitriol is my fault. I added them to mute, I suggested they do the same to me, and I was met with more comments about my wife which again is very odd. 


    Dog Running GIF by Nickelodeon


    Getting shorter :(



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  3. Let's go Devils. The East is so strong this year, I don't know how much better our chances will be next season. It took a HUNDRED points to get into the post season, the Devils are going to need a few teams to fall off next year and get almost 20 more wins in the process.





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  4. Avs have won 7 in a row and have twice the Devils wins. Can the Devils remain perfect on this roadtrip?

    Game IS on MSG. ESPN has wrong channel.  HAMMOND Is starter



    BOTTOM LINE: Colorado aims to keep its seven-game win streak going when the Avalanche take on New Jersey.

    The Avalanche are 29-4-3 at home. Colorado leads the Western Conference averaging 3.8 goals per game, led by Mikko Rantanen with 35.

    The Devils are 10-24-2 on the road. New Jersey is 10th in the Eastern Conference averaging 5.2 assists per game, led by Jesper Bratt with 0.7.

  5. GLENDALE, AZ - The Devils held an optional morning skate at Gila River Arena Tuesday afternoon. Though it was optional, the skate was heavily attended. That included goaltender Mackenzie Blackwood, who was on the ice for the first time since a nagging heel injury forced him out of the lineup in late January.

    Forward Nathan Bastian, who participated in a full-contact practice Monday, is "available" to the team, per head coach Lindy Ruff. Though he did not confirm whether or not Bastian would play.






  6. First game of a 5 game roadtrip. Devils have lost 5 in a row and Dallas is hungry for a playoff spot. Could be ugly.


    Bahl called up, Siegs and Woods are done for the year per Ruff.


    Devils head coach Lindy Ruff had an update on two injured players for the media.

    Defenseman Jonas Siegenthaler is done for the season with a broken hand. Forward Miles Wood has been "shut down" for the remainder of the year with his hip injury.

    "For Miles it's part of the process of coming back," Ruff said. "He didn't feel quite right. We just feel the right thing is to put him out."

    Blueliner Kevin Bahl, who was recalled late Friday, will step into the lineup in place of Siegenthaler.

    "We need a guy to step in and play well for us," Ruff said of Bahl, who is back for his third stint in New Jersey. "I felt he played with more confidence (in his second call up). There wasn't a lot of hesitation in his game. From the previous times he's been up, he looked a lot more confident going back for pucks and making plays. And I thought his physicality was better."

    Goaltender Mackenzie Blackwood is on the trip and is trying to work his way back into game action before the season is over.

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

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  7. 14 minutes ago, NJD16W said:

    Tank mode has been fully enabled. We got the 4th best odds right now. Legit chance of moving up a couple spots. 

    At this point, put on the soviet tank commander helmet like you're in the Ukraine and drive this tank straight into a ditch (or get blown up).

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