Devils Sign Auvitu to Entry-Level Deal

The Devils announced the signing of defenseman, Yohann Auvitu to a one-year, two-way, entry-level contract on Friday. Auvitu, who recently competed for team France at the World Championships, has spent the l...

Islanders Success Silencing the Jokes

After spelling a 23-year drought of winning a playoff series, the New York Islanders will open their semi-final match up at Tampa on Wednesday, an indoctrination if there ever were, that the Isles' are no longe...

Rangers’ Window Might Have Just Closed

And so ends another season without a Stanley Cup for Henrik Lundqvist and the New York Rangers, and perhaps the window for such prestige has closed. The Rangers were eliminated in five games by the Pittsburg...

Rangers Falter at Home, Trail Series 2-1

Despite ending a 166 minute goalless drought at Madison Square Garden, the Rangers dropped game three of their series to Pittsburgh 3-1 on Tuesday night. Now trailing two games to one, New York faces a critical...

Rangers Potentially Facing Daunting Task

After falling 5-2 to Pittsburgh on Wednesday to open the playoffs, the Rangers learned they could be faced with a daunting reality: win a playoff round without Henrik Lundqvist. Lundqvist sustained an eye in...

Devils Will Look to their Future on Saturday

The Devils announced several transactions on Friday and many of which will impact the team's lineup in Saturday's season finale versus the Maple Leafs. New Jersey Executive Vice President/General Manager Ray...

Elias, Devils Finish Strong, Route Leafs 5-1,

The Devils ended the season a high note, defeating the Maple Leafs 5-1 at home in a game that featured a small sample of the future and paid homage to one of the franchise's most memorable players. With loss...

Drouin, Lightning Down Devils in Newark

It was another pride-on-the-line game for the Devils Thursday night in Newark versus the Lightning. And for the second time in as many games, pride faltered as the Devils were downed 4-2. Thursday's loss was...

Devils Fall 3-1 to Buffalo in Lackluster Tilt

Even an 18-year-old phenom couldn't make Tuesday's game at the Rock between the Sabres and Devils all that exciting. Buffalo skated off to a 3-1 victory over New Jersey, thanks in part to a two-point night f...

The Devils Are What Everybody Thought They Would Be

The 7-1 drubbing at the hands of the Anaheim Ducks on Monday night was probably a shock to the systems of the Devils. Not only did New Jersey allow a season-high seven goals, but they also witnessed seven goals...