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95Crash

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  1. In addition to his stats, I see Palmieri as a heart-and-soul type player, i.e. his performance in the last game versus the Rangers. Maybe it's just wishful thinking, but I believe that with him being from the area and having an in-born sense of the local hockey passions, he gives it a little bit extra in big games.
  2. They got outplayed in this one for the most part, but they didn't quit. It was close at the end. Can't be worried yet. EDIT: Whoa, didn't realize we outshout them 42-33. Still feel like Dallas played better though.
  3. Some nice cleavage behind Hynes
  4. Up to Hynes to settle things in between periods. This team doesn't roll over.
  5. Thanks, I didn't realize that. I mean, I did know the rule with regard to penalties like holding or slashing but somehow didn't think it included scoring plays that resulted from blatant advantages such as having six men.
  6. Could the Devs have challenged the goal the other day during which the other team had six men on the ice?
  7. 95Crash

    Uneasy trend

    Judging by that photo, the blade could still be touching the blue line. It's impossible to say with 100 percent certainty because of the way his skates are angled. We can't even see the blade of his skate; all we see is the white plastic that is attached to the blade. In comparison, the Blues player's skate blade is clearly visible because his skate is positioned straight up; we can clearly see where it touches the ice. It's obvious that this play was too close to overturn.
  8. Maybe Hynes and staff should step up their challenge game to get some goals overturned in our favor every now and then.
  9. We played well and got a point with our backup goalie against one of the top teams in the league. Hynes is going to say good game and move on.
  10. I knew who Morris Moss was, but I had to Google Your Dad. *** Go Devils
  11. Just found out my kid is going to participate in Mites on Ice next month!

    1. aylbert

      aylbert

      Nice! That should be a blast!

    2. Colorado Rockies 1976
  12. I would've loved for Marty to retire a career-long Devil, just like Dano, but I am not the least bit upset he is now playing for the St. Louis Blues. Marty is and always will be "The Man." His accomplishments and achievements far outweigh his shortcomings. They dwarf them. Go Devils. ... And to a tiny extent for the time being, "go Blues." I wish tonight's game was on regular cable TV.
  13. 95Crash

    GDT: Devs @ Pens

    Disagree with you on Daneyko. He's been great, exactly the type of color guy most teams have, an ex-player who wants nothing more than to see his team win and is not afraid to call it like he see it. I love how he blatantly references past Devils teams that wouldn't have thought twice about sending a payback message to other teams that tried to get away with cheap shots. You just know that Dano wants the Devils to do something, anything other than skating away meekly. Chico was good, too, in his own aw-shucks way, but I don't for one second miss him sugar-coating it when the Devils were playing poorly.
  14. I think you're right. ... I mean, I still watch all of the games, and I cheer when the team scores and get happy when they win, same as I always have done, but most nights I watch these guys and think to myself, Man, how did we end up here with this cast of characters? I have tremendous respect for Lou's GM career, but now it's almost like he is just going through the motions.
  15. Well that explains it. I have been unable to post here for a while because of this issue. Luckily, my wife's laptop was still logged on to this site.
  16. I, too, have been unable to logon to this website. For the last week or so, every time I have tried to sign in on my PC, the following message has popped up: Your connection is not private Attackers might be trying to steal your information from www.njdevs.com (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards). You attempted to reach www.njdevs.com, but the server presented a certificate issued by an entity that is not trusted by your computer's operating system. This may mean that the server has generated its own security credentials, which Chromium cannot rely on for identity information, or an attacker may be trying to intercept your communications. When I try to proceed to the website anyway, I am still unable to do so. I get this message: The server can not find the requested page: www.nj.devs.com/forums/...
  17. I'm a New Jersey-first fan: * Devils * Giants (If they'd switch to the N.J. name, I'd root for them as hard as the Devs) * Jets (If they'd switch to the N.J. name, I'd root for them as hard as the Devs) * Nets (I used to root for them until they moved to Brooklyn) * Red Bulls (If they'd switch to the N.J. name, I'd root for them as hard as the Devs, but because they never played in N.Y. and still choose to use the N.Y. name, they're below the Nets in my book) * Don't like baseball
  18. I can totally believe that the late-arriving crowd was due to the traffic. It was really bad on 21. Next time, I'm taking the train. As for the 3D light show, it's too bad they can't do a little something with it in between periods.
  19. The traffic on Rt. 21 SUCKED tonight, both coming in and going home. I F'n missed the whole introduction to Chico's speech, and my little kid was upset he missed the 3D show. Did they even do it?
  20. Woo-hoo, scored free tickets to tonight's game! I'll be rocking my Resch throwback jersey, for sure. Chico was my first favorite Devils player. I remember getting off the ice from a hockey clinic at the old Ice House in Totowa where the Devs used to hold their practices. That night, the Devs were holding their family Christmas party. As I was getting changed, I looked out and saw Chico skating with his kid on the ice. He looked over and saw me peering at him through the glass and so I waved at him and he waved back with a smile. It really made my day. I've since met him in person and had my pic taken with him, but I'll always remember that first little moment years ago.
  21. That might be the coolest thing I've ever seen
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