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  1. I posted a tweet with a quote from the article from our Devils athletic writer. I know you're talking about others too but I haven't been putting my opinion on anything since DM asked but if we are gonna get to the point of that being called "not news" and that being my opinion thrown in there then this board has gone completely soft, especially you. This place isn't gonna be an escape from it when our Devils beat writers literally have to report about it because of the situation on the team. I've blocked a few and moved on, if anyone, including you have a problem with my posts then just block me and others so you can see it at the bare minimum instead of bitching and moaning about it. Problem solved for everyone.
  2. Interesting news article about the microchipped pucks they are using this season... https://www.si.com/hockey/.amp/news/nhl-tracking-pucks-this-season-opening-up-gambling-options After a bumpy start last season with microchipped pucks that didn’t slide right, the latest versions have worked so well that at least one coach wasn’t sure if they were in play yet. “I’m not aware that we have used those pucks yet this season,” Detroit Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill said. “I wish we would so we could feel them.” That seems to be a good sign. The NHL attempted to track pucks last January, but took them off the ice six days into the season. “We went away from it because the puck didn’t glide right,” Blashill recalled. “It didn’t feel like a real puck. Obviously, that’s the trick. I think puck tracking is a great thing that will really help the analytics a lot.” That is indeed the key: Data generated by the pucks and from sensors about the size of a thumb on the backs of players will be used by teams to develop their players and to scout opponents. Passing, puck possession, takeaways, giveaways and more can be accurately recorded without the potential subjectivity of a scoring crew in an arena.
  3. That would have been speculation, now it's actually being confirmed in the article written by the Devils beat reporter for the athletic so it's definitely news now.
  4. Geez that's a mess, I don't recall ever having that issue.
  5. Probably true but they already have my number and email and they definitely aren't interested in talking to me anymore then they already have lol
  6. I don't care who wins this but feel bad for the last guy Frank who didn't get to actually do a game so I voted for him... https://www.nhl.com/devils/team/pa-announcer?utm_source=njd_email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Devils_Promotion_PAAnnouncerSearch_Final3_100921
  7. Also the Rock ended up on a Tech N9ne song rapping cause he's a big fan of strange music and plays it during his workouts but that's still a collaboration I never saw coming lol, skip to 3:15 if you just wanna hear the rocks verse...
  8. Drummer for Blink 182 though he does so many other different projects in many different genres of music.
  9. This also could become quite messy too if they get to the point that they suspend him without pay..
  10. Just to throw my two cents in here but this isnt even remotely political for me either, I know it's become political for a lot of people but I might be the only American on these boards that isn't registered to any party(I still vote just refuse to sign up for any party) so I don't have any skin in that game like a lot of others do. My outlook is that community events should be only attended for those in the community who are doing what's best for others in they community and themselves. It's been the biggest thing I've been pushing with the Devils front office staff. Ticket sales for the home opener have been quite meh so looks like there are a lot of others who feel similar in terms of not wanting to attend games. I'm really much more curious about the games after the home opener cause the home opener always has a larger crowd anyway. The front office better really hope they don't come out and sh!t the bed with an awful start.
  11. I wanna say it's surprising but it's not, especially with how this front office has handled things on the arena front for fans. It is mbarrassing though.
  12. The arena did have this happen during that game, geez idk, a decade ago now? Did Lou pull the plug that night too? Lol
  13. So you're saying Lou paid someone to pull the plug cause of Blackwood, interesting lol
  14. Unless he went and pulled the plug on the power grid somewhere, then no lol
  15. Hahaha I'm so happy I didn't have to be at this sh!t show. Our front office staff has been an embarrassment for awhile now, might as well get the arena in on that too now.
  16. Theme/Giveaway nights announced... October 15, 2021 - Home Opener presented by Prudential (vs. Chicago at 7:00 p.m. ET) - When the Devils kick off the regular season, all fans in attendance will receive a PixMob Wristband courtesy of Prudential. Make sure to arrive early to catch a special pregame show featuring the giveaway item. November 16, 2021 - Video Game Night (vs. Ottawa at 7:00 p.m. ET) - Fans will have the opportunity to purchase a Ty Smith Video Game Night t-shirt through a special ticket link released closer to the game date. For general fans in attendance, there will be video game and esports in-bowl features throughout the evening. November 28, 2021 - Hockey Fights Cancer (vs. Philadelphia at 7:00 p.m. ET) - Prudential Center turns lavender when the Devils host their annual Hockey Fights Cancer Night in partnership with RWJBarnabas Health to help raise money to combat cancer. There will be ways to get involved and support the cause released closer to the night. December 10, 2021 - Persons with Disabilities (vs. Nashville at 7:30 p.m. ET) - The Devils will partner with local organizations to celebrate all those who play the sport of hockey during their December 10th game. December 19, 2021 - Star Wars Night (vs. Pittsburgh at 7:00 p.m. ET) - The first 9,000 fans through doors this night will receive a Star Wars Winter Hat giveaway item to commemorate the Devils' Star Wars experience at the Rock. There will be dozens of characters on the concourse, theme music and game presentation elements. January 22, 2022 - Pride Night (vs. Carolina at 7:00 p.m. ET) - Celebrate Pride at the Rock during this Saturday matchup at Prudential Center. Fans will have the opportunity to get involved and support the cause with various fundraising activities and more. February 28, 2022 - Black History Celebration (vs. Vancouver at 7:30 p.m. ET) - The Devils will celebrate Black History Month with special in-game features, exclusive content, fundraising activities and more during this Monday night puck drop at Prudential Center. March 6, 2022 - Youth Hockey Day presented by RWJBarnabas Health (vs. St. Louis at 1:00 p.m. ET) - The team will celebrate the sport of hockey in New Jersey with a game dedicated to youth hockey players. Courtesy of RWJBarnabas Health, the first 9,000 fans in attendance will receive a Jack Hughes Bobblehead. March 8, 2022 - Gender Equality Night (vs. Colorado at 7:00 p.m. ET) - Celebrate Gender Equality Month at the Rock where the Devils will highlight the importance of gender inclusion in the sport of hockey and within the organization, building upon initiatives led by the National Hockey League to support gender equality throughout the sport at all levels. March 10, 2022 - Zajac 1,000th Game Recognition (vs. Winnipeg at 7:00 p.m. ET) - The Devils will honor Travis Zajac on his NHL career and playing 1,000 NHL games as a Devil/in the NHL during this Thursday night matchup. There will be a special Silver Stick Capsule Giveaway to commemorate the night and his career. March 12, 2022 - St. Patrick's Day (vs. Anaheim at 7:00 p.m. ET) - The Rock will turn green to celebrate St. Patrick's Day and the first 9,000 fans in attendance will receive a Mackenzie Blackwood bobblehead courtesy of Investors Bank. March 27, 2022 - Military Appreciation Night presented by Prudential (vs. Montreal at 7:00 p.m. ET) - The Devils and their fans honor our troops during this Sunday night matchup. The first 9,000 fans in attendance will receive a military-inspired hat courtesy of Prudential and there will be concourse activations, in-game features, and more. April 2, 2022 and April 3, 2022 - Nickelodeon Weekend - The Devils will host back-to-back home games at the Rock but this weekend is all about Nickelodeon on the concourse! There will be exclusive activations for all ages and fans can purchase a special Nickelodeon t-shirt pack to celebrate the weekend. April 24, 2022 - Top Gun Night (vs. Detroit at 1:00 p.m. ET) - The first 9,000 fans in attendance will receive a Top Gun Bobblehead courtesy of MSG Networks. Fans will experience a Top Gun in-game takeover in celebration of Top Gun 2 being released in theaters in May 2022. April 29, 2022 - Fan Appreciation Night presented by M&M's (vs. Detroit at 7:00 p.m. ET) - The Devils will celebrate the fans during Fan Appreciation Night presented by M&M's with an exclusive giveaway item. There will be in-game prizes, activations, and more to celebrate the conclusion of the 2021-22 regular season.
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