Schneider Era Ends in New Jersey

In the same vein that the 2013 Entry Draft was highlighted by the top-shelf products of Nathan MacKinnon, Aleksander Barkov and Seth Jones, the ninth overall pick was an equally memorable part of the afternoon....

Recounting the 2012 Final

A tale you may have forgotten from the prior decade: That time the L.A. Kings and New Jersey Devils found themselves in the Stanley Cup Final. It was the 2011-12 season. Steven Stamkos scored a league-leadin...

Brodeur Heading to the Hall

Martin Brodeur always had a way of looking calm, cool and collected in net in a career that spanned more than 20 years. And that figures to be the case again on Tuesday afternoon, when the sure-fire, first-ball...

Patrik Elias Retires: A Career Re-Visited

As the story goes, it was late into the evening on July 1, 2006. It was the first day of NHL free agency and for the first time in his career, Patrik Elias had reached free agency. New Jersey had made attempts ...

Photo Gallery: Blues vs Islanders (12/7/14)

The visiting St.Louis Blues defeated the NY Islanders Saturday afternoon 6-4 at Nassau Veteran's Memorial Coliseum.  The loss snapped the Islanders seven-game win-streak. Three Stars of the game. 1st Star...

Isles Sing the Blues After Blowing 3-0 Lead

St Louis Blues Goaltender Jake Allen makes a glove save on an airborne puck. (Brandon Titus/Inside Hockey) The New York Islanders had a 3-0 lead after 20 minutes, but then they got into the holiday spirit. ...

The Cory Schneider Era Begins in New Jersey

A new era begins in New Jersey, this after the New Jersey Devils were led by arguably one of the greatest goalies in history in Martin Brodeur.  Brodeur toiled for 21 seasons for the Devils and for many years, ...

Metropolitan Division Predictions

Albeit a little after the regular season has started, with the season only a few weeks old, I offer my predictions for the regular season finish for the Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference in the Na...

Kinkaid Uses Time in New Jersey to Learn

Keith Kinkaid sat at the far right of the bench in Tuesday night’s win, his head turning as the action on the ice passed him. “It’s just exciting, especially since we’re winning,” Kinkaid said laughing. “It’...