Devils Pre-Game 3/25/17

New Jersey Devils (27-34-12) vs. Carolina Hurricanes (32-27-13)

7PM ET • Prudential Center • MSG+2 • TOJN/WFAN

Pre-Game Availability (subject to change)

  • 10:30AM Morning Skate at Prudential Center

LAST GAME: NEW JERSEY 2 at TORONTO 4

The Devils finished their season-series with Toronto 1-2-0. It was just the second time in their last 12 match-ups that New Jersey lost in regulation against the Maple Leafs (6-2-4).

John Moore scored his eighth and ninth goals of the season and leads all Devils’ defensemen in goals. Moore has tied his career-high with 19 points, which he set in the 2015-16 season. It was the first two-goal game of his career.

Damon Severson and Kyle Palmieri had the assists on Moore’s first tally. Severson leads all Devils’ blueliners and is fifth overall on the club with 31 points.

Palmieri reached the 50-point mark for the second time in his career and is the first Devil to do so this season. He has assists in two consecutive games and has eight points (5g-3a) over the last six games. Palmieri needs two assists for 100 in his career.

Pavel Zacha picked up a power play assist on Moore’s second goal and has a team season-high six-game, point-streak (tie, T. Hall; Jan. 12-21, 2g-4a) with six assists in his last six games. Twelve of Zacha’s 22 points this season have been on the man-advantage. Taylor Hall also had an assist on Moore’s PP goal and has seven points (4g-3a) over his last seven games.

Keith Kinkaid made his 19th start of the season and stopped 26 of 29 shots (+1 ENG) to fall to 7-11-2 on the season.

 

INJURIES

Jacob Josefson (upper body, 11 games missed) is day-to-day.

Michael Cammalleri (upper body, 10 games missed) is week-to-week.

Devante Smith-Pelly (lower body, six games missed) is day-to-day.

Total man-games lost to injury-illness: 174

 

RECENT TRANSACTIONS

Mar. 24- Assigned Nick Lappin to Albany (AHL).

Mar. 15- Recalled John Quenneville from Albany (AHL).

Mar. 14- Assigned Kevin Rooney to Albany (AHL).

Mar. 11- Assigned Ken Appleby to Albany (AHL). Recalled Blake Pietila from Albany (AHL).

Mar. 8- Recalled Kevin Rooney and Ken Appleby from Albany (AHL)

Mar. 7- Assigned Kevin Rooney and Karl Stollery to Albany (AHL).

Mar. 6- Traded Brandon Gormley to Ottawa (NHL) in exchange for future considerations.

Mar. 5- Recalled Karl Stollery from Albany (AHL). Removed Pavel Zacha from I.R.

Mar. 4- Recalled Nick Lappin from Albany (AHL).

 

DEVILS VS. HURRICANES

Tomorrow is the fourth and final game between the Devils and Hurricanes this season. New Jersey has won each match-up against Carolina this season; 4-1 on Nov. 6, 3-2 SO on Nov. 8 and 3-1 on Jan. 3. The Devils have not swept the Hurricanes/Whalers franchise in a season-series since the 1991-92 season (3-0-0).

Tomorrow opens the Devils’ 16th of 18 sets of back-to-back games this season. New Jersey is 5-6-4 in first games and is 7-5-3 in second games of back-to-back contests. The club is 10-11-3 vs. the Metropolitan Division and is 17-23-7 against Eastern Conference opponents. The Devils are 10-3-1 at Prudential Center and are 20-10-1 overall vs. the Hurricanes since the 2009-10 season.

Cory Schneider (1.81 GAA) and Keith Kinkaid (1.55 GAA) both have under a 2.00 goals-against average vs. Carolina in their careers.

 

2016-17

Record: 3-0-0 (1-0-0 at home)

Goals For/Against: 10-4 (3-2 at home)

Shots For/Against: 80-97 (41-33 at home)

Power Play/Penalty Kill: 0-7 (0.0%)/8-9 (88.9%)

Leading Scorers: NJ- Cammalleri (4g-1a-5pts), five players with 2pts each; CAR- Staal (1g-1a-2pts), eight players with 1pt. each.

Goaltending: NJ- Kinkaid (1-0-0, 1.00 GAA, .971 save%), Schneider (2-0-0, 1.44, .952 save%); CAR- Lack (0-1-0, 3.17 GAA, .850 save%), Ward (0-1-1, 1.96, .931).

 

ALL-TIME

Record: 68-46-11 (38-21-3 at home)

Goals For/Against: 392-342 (204-173 at home)

Career Leading Scorers: NJ- Zajac (9g-17a-26pts), Cammalleri (11g-9a-20pts), Greene (5g-11a-16pts); CAR- Staal (12g-12a-24pts), Skinner (10g-4a-14pts), Faulk (4g-5a-9pts).

Career Goaltending: NJ- Kinkaid (4-1-0, 1.55 GAA, .951 save%), Schneider (6-3-1, 1.80, .939), Wedgewood (0-1-0, 3.08, .870); Car.- Lack (1-3-0, 3.09 GAA, .884 save%), Ward (12-16-3, 2.60, .903).

 

HURRICANES CONNECTIONS

Lee Stempniak skated in 63 games with New Jersey in 2015-16; scoring 16g-25a-41pts and adding 34 PIM…Jordan Staal (1st round/2nd overall) was the first player Devils’ Executive VP/General Manager Ray Shero selected in his first year as Pittsburgh’s GM in 2006…Hurricanes’ Pro Scout/Advisor Joe Nieuwendyk was a member of New Jersey’s 2003 Stanley Cup team…Carolina D Brett Pesce was born in Tarrytown, NY.

 

UPCOMING MILESTONES

Andy Greene– Needs 4pts. for 200 as a Devil/career, 2GP for 700 as a Devil/career.

Kyle Palmieri– Needs 2g for 100 in career, 2a for 100 in his career, 4pts for 200 in career.

Damon Severson– Needs 5GP for 200 as a Devil/career.

 

DEVILS IN DETAIL

ACE IN THE DOT

Travis Zajac was 22-29 in the faceoff circle on Feb. 19 at the NY Islanders. According to Elias Sports Bureau, Zajac’s 75.9% winning-percentage was the second highest in the NHL out of the 75 prior instances of a player taking 29+ faceoffs in a game this season (Patrice Bergeron, 23-29 (79.3%)).

Zajac’s 29 faceoffs on Feb. 19 was the fifth-most he’s taken in one game this season. On Feb. 27 vs. MTL, he won 20 of 30 draws (66.7%).

PALMIERI’S HOT STREAK

Kyle Palmieri has 10 goals and seven assists over his last 15 games. He leads New Jersey with 25 goals and 50 points. Palmieri set a career-high 30 goals and 57 points in the 2015-16 season.

POWER PLAY HEATING UP

The Devils have scored on the power play 18 times over the last 22 games. The Devils are 18-55 (32.7%) on the power play since Feb. 1, which ranks first in the NHL during that time-frame.

PAVEL PLAY GOAL

Pavel Zacha ranks fourth among NHL rookies (tie, J. Vesey, S. Aho) with five power play goals. Twelve of Zacha’s 22 points this season have come on the man-advantage.

Q THE HIGHLIGHT REEL

Since being recalled from Albany (AHL) on Mar. 15, rookie John Quenneville has recorded 3pts in his last four games. He recorded his first assist on Mar. 17 at Pit., then notched his first goal Mar. 21 vs. NYR. Quenneville capped off his first career NHL goal with an overtime game-winning assist for the first multi-point game of his NHL career.

PROSPECT WATCH

Yegor Rykov was named the KHL’s Top Rookie for the second round of the Gagarin Cup Playoffs. Rykov (SKA St. Petersburg) played in all five games against HC Dynamo Moscow, blocked five shots and averaged 11:10 of ice-time per game.

Alexander Kerfoot (Harvard) was named one of the 10 finalists for the Hobey Baker Award last week. Kerfoot had a career-high 16 goals and 41 points in 33 games with the Crimson this season. He was also a finalist for the ECAC Hockey Player of the Year Award and was awarded with ECAC First Team All-League status.

MOORE GOALS

John Moore scored two goals on Mar. 23 at Toronto to match his previous career high of 19 points (2015-16). Moore has the most goals by a Devils’ defenseman in a single-season since Marek Zidlicky scored 12 goals in 2013-14.

HOMELAND

New Jersey suffered its first regulation loss at home on Dec. 9 vs. Stl., 1-4, after establishing a new franchise record, 8-0-2, for the longest streak of being undefeated in regulation at home to start a season (previously, 1987-88, 8-0-1). The Devils are 15-14-6 at home.

NOES-EN FOR THE NET 

Stefan Noesen had two goals in his first two games with New Jersey since being claimed off waivers from Anaheim on Jan. 25. Noesen is the first Devil to score in his first two games with the club since Devante Smith-Pelly (Mar. 1-3, 2g-1a). Noesen had his first NHL assist on Feb. 14 vs. Col.

SEVERSON SCORING

Damon Severson leads defensemen and is fifth on the Devils in scoring with 3g-27a-31pts. He has five multi-point games this season and is second on the club in assists. Severson surpassed his career-high of 21pts with an assist Jan. 17 at Min. in his 46th game of 2016-17. He had 1g-20a-21pts in 72 games played in 2015-16.

DEVILS DEBUTS

Kevin RooneyBlake SpeersBlake ColemanYohann Auvitu, John Quenneville and Nick Lappin have all made their NHL debuts with New Jersey this season. The Devils have had 10 rookies play in at least one game this season which is the second most (tie, Arizona) in the NHL.

*Note- Auvitu does not count for rookie status.

ZAJAC CLIMBING THE FRANCHISE LEADERBOARD

Travis Zajac appeared in his 700th career game, all with New Jersey, on Oct. 13, 2016.  He ranks 9th all-time in games played in Devils’ history and is 7th all-time among forwards. He passed Sergei Brylin for 8th all-time among skaters with 766 games Mar. 16 vs. Phi.  He notched 2a on Mar. 16 vs. Phi to pass Scott Stevens with 431 points in franchise history.  Zajac scored 1g on Feb. 18 vs. NYI to tie Wilf Paiement (153g) for 9th all-time in franchise history.  On Feb. 21 vs. Ott., he passed Bobby Holik for 9th all-time in franchise history with 271 assists.

THIS DAY IN DEVILS HISTORY

Mar. 25, 1987- The Devils defeat the NY Rangers, 8-2, Pat Verbeek had a hat-trick, while Aaron Broten had four points (1g-3a) in the contest. Alain Chevrier stopped 42 shots in goal for the Devils.

MEDIA GUIDE

The 2016-17 New Jersey Devils Media Guide and the latest NJD media information can be found at NJDevilsPR.com
Media Guide Link: https://devilsmedia.files.wordpress.com/2016/10/2016-17-devils-media-guide-lr.pdf

 

 

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3/24/17: Devils’ Transactions

New Jersey has assigned F Nick Lappin to Albany (AHL).

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Devils Audio: 3/23/17

Stefan Noesen and Damon Severson each were guests on The One Jersey Network during yesterday’s game against Toronto. Severson recorded his 28th assist of the season.

Severson

Noesen

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Devils Post-Game 3/23/17

New Jersey Devils 2 at Toronto Maple Leafs 4

  • Attendance: 19,142
  • Three Stars: 1. William Nylander 2. Auston Matthews 3. John Moore

Team Notes

  • The Devils finished their season-series with Toronto 1-2-0. It was just the second time in their last 12 match-ups that the Devils fell in regulation against the Maple Leafs (6-2-4).
  • With the loss, New Jersey is 7-12-4 against the Atlantic Division and is 17-23-7 vs. Eastern Conference opponents. The Devils have one remaining game this season vs. an Atlantic Division foe on Apr. 9 at Detroit.
  • The Devils were 1-4 on the power play tonight and have scored a power play goal in their last six games (6-19, 31.6%). New Jersey did not convert on a 1:35 five-on-three man-advantage during the third period.
  • The Devils were 1-2 on the penalty kill tonight and were 9-12 (75%) while shorthanded over the last five games.
  • New Jersey out-shot the Maple Leafs, 32-30, including 14-8 in the final frame.
  • At 9:04 of the third period, Toronto requested a Coach’s Challenge to review whether a New Jersey player interfered with Toronto goaltender Curtis McElhinney prior to John Moore’s goal.After reviewing all available replays and consulting with NHL Hockey Operations staff, the Referee confirmed no goaltender interference infractions occurred before the puck crossed the goal line. Therefore the original call stood – good goal New Jersey Devils.

Player Notes

  • John Moore scored his eighth and ninth goals of the season. He leads all Devils’ defensemen in goals. Moore has tied his career-high with 19 points, which he set in the 2015-16 season. It was the first two-goal game of his career. He also had a season-high five shots on net.
  • Damon  Severson and Kyle Palmieri had the assists on Moore’s first tally. Severson leads all Devils’ blueliners and is fifth overall on the club with 31 points. Palmieri assisted on both of Moore’s goals.
  • Palmieri reached the 50-point mark for the second time in his career and is the first Devil to do so this season. He has assists in two consecutive games and has nine points (5g-4a) over the last six games. Palmieri needs just one assist for 100 as a Devil.
  • Pavel Zacha picked up another power play assist tonight on Moore’s second goal and has a team-leading six-game, point-streak (tie, Hall; Jan. 12-21, 2g-4a) with six assists in his last six games. Twelve of Zacha’s 22 points this season have been on the man-advantage.
  • Keith Kinkaid made his 19th start of the season and stopped 26 of 29 shots (+1 ENG) to fall to 7-11-2 on the season.

Statistics

Next Up     *subject to change
Tomorrow: OFF
Sat: 10:30AM Morning Skate at Prudential Center
7PM vs. Carolina (MSG+2, TOJN)
Sun: 9:30 Morning Skate at Prudential Center
5PM vs. Dallas (MSG+, TOJN)

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Devils Pre-Game 3/23/17

New Jersey Devils (27-33-12) at Toronto Maple Leafs (33-23-15)

7:30PM ET • Air Canada Centre • MSG+ • TOJN/WFAN

Pre-Game Availability (subject to change)

  • 11:30AM Morning Skate at Air Canada Centre

LAST GAME: NEW JERSEY 3 vs. NY RANGERS 2 (OT)

The Devils won the final match of their four-game, season-series in overtime against New York and finished 1-1-2 overall. New Jersey was undefeated in regulation at home, 1-0-1, vs. the Rangers this season. The club is 6-10 in the three-on-three OT period in 2016-17. The Devils’ last overtime win was on Jan. 15 at Van. (2-1 OT)

Joseph Blandisi scored the first overtime goal of his NHL career with 55 seconds remaining in the extra frame. He also had an assist on John Quenneville’s first career NHL goal in the second period, giving him two points on the evening. Quenneville notched his first career goal on the power play. He also assisted on Blandisi’s overtime goal, giving him the first multi-point effort of his career.

Taylor Hall scored his 18th goal of the season. Hall has four goals and two assists over his last six games and is second on the squad with 48 points. Kyle Palmieri had the lone assist on Hall’s score and leads New Jersey with 49 points (25g-24a). Pavel Zacha also notched a helper on Quenneville’s power play goal. Eleven of Zacha’s 21 points this season have been on the power play.

Cory Schneider made his second consecutive start in net and stopped 38 of 40 shots in the win to improve to 20-23-10.

 

INJURIES

Jacob Josefson (upper body, 10 games missed) is day-to-day.

Michael Cammalleri (upper body, nine games missed) is week-to-week.

Devante Smith-Pelly (lower body, five games missed) is day-to-day.

Total man-games lost to injury-illness: 171

 

RECENT TRANSACTIONS

Mar. 15- Recalled John Quenneville from Albany (AHL).

Mar. 14- Assigned Kevin Rooney to Albany (AHL).

Mar. 11- Assigned Ken Appleby to Albany (AHL). Recalled Blake Pietila from Albany (AHL).

Mar. 8- Recalled Kevin Rooney and Ken Appleby from Albany (AHL)

Mar. 7- Assigned Kevin Rooney and Karl Stollery to Albany (AHL).

Mar. 6- Traded Brandon Gormley to Ottawa (NHL) in exchange for future considerations.

Mar. 5- Recalled Karl Stollery from Albany (AHL). Removed Pavel Zacha from I.R.

Mar. 4- Recalled Nick Lappin from Albany (AHL).

 

 

DEVILS VS. MAPLE LEAFS

Tonight is the third and final meeting between New Jersey and Toronto this season. The Devils are 1-1-0 vs. Toronto thus far with both games having taken place at Prudential Center. New Jersey defeated Toronto, 5-4 SO, on Nov. 23 and fell, 2-4, on Jan. 6. Jacob Josefson had the game-deciding goal in the shootout for NJ, while Auston Matthews scored the GWG for Toronto in their second meeting.

Toronto native, Michael Cammalleri, (upper body, week-to-week) had a season-high, four-point night vs. the Maple Leafs on Nov. 23. Cory Schneider is 6-1-3 in 10 career games vs. Toronto. His only regulation loss against the Leafs was on Jan. 6 of this season.

New Jersey is 7-11-4 against the Atlantic Division this season and is 17-22-7 vs. the Eastern Conference in 2016-17. New Jersey has only won one game at Air Canada Centre since the 2012-13 season (Dec. 4, 2013, 5-3) but have points in 10 of their last 11 games overall vs. the Leafs (6-1-4).

 

2016-17

Record: 1-1-0 (0-0-0 on the road)

Goals For/Against: 7-8 (0-0 on the road)

Shots For/Against: 62-45 (0-0 on the road)

Power Play/Penalty Kill: 2-7 (28.6%)/3-6 (50.0%)

Leading Scorers: NJ- Cammalleri (1g-3a-4pts), Zajac (1g-2a-3pts), Smith-Pelly (2a-2pts); TOR- Matthews (3g-1a-4pts), Kadri (2g-1a-3pts), Hyman (3a-3pts).

Goaltending: NJ- Kinkaid (0-0-0, 1.38 GAA, .889 save%), Schneider (1-1-0, 5.27, .806); TOR- Andersen (1-0-0, 2.01 GAA, .938 save%), Enroth (0-0-1, 3.71, .867).

 

ALL-TIME

Record: 44-41-20 (180-25-10 on the road)

Goals For/Against: 315-315 (138-161 on the road)

Career Leading Scorers: NJ- Cammalleri (6g-9a-15pts), Zajac (5g-7a-12pts), two players with 11pts each.; TOR- van Riemsdyk (9g-8a-17pts), Bozak (8g-8a-16pts), Lupul (7g-8a-15pts).

Career Goaltending: NJ-  Kinkaid (0-0-1, 1.66 GAA, .938 save%), Schneider (6-1-3, 2.07, .925); TOR- Andersen (3-0-0, 1.34 GAA, .949), McElhinney (3-1-0, 1.61, .934), Sparks (1-1-0, 2.89, .903).

 

MAPLE LEAFS CONNECTIONS

Michael Cammalleri was born in Toronto…Adam Henrique is from nearby Brantford, Ont…Assistant GM Tom Fitzgerald played two seasons with Toronto from 2002-04…Assistant Coach Geoff Ward served as Head Coach of Edmonton’s AHL affiliate in Toronto in 2003-04…Maple Leafs’ General Manager Lou Lamoriello served the Devils as GM for 28 seasons from 1987-2015 & guided New Jersey to 3 Stanley Cup Championships…Devante Smith-Pelly was born in Scarborough, Ont…Toronto’s President Brendan Shanahan was New Jersey’s first choice, 2nd overall, in the 1987 Entry Draft. He played four seasons with the Devils from 1987-91 and rejoined the club midway through the 2008-09 campaign…Former Devils’ Head Coach/Special Assignment Coach Jacques Lemaire is now a Special Assignment Coach for Toronto…James van Riemsdyk is from Middletown, NJ.

 

UPCOMING MILESTONES

Andy Greene– Needs 4pts. for 200 as a Devil/career, 3GP for 700 as a Devil/career.

Kyle Palmieri– Needs 2g for 100 in career, 3a for 100 in his career, 5pts for 200 in career.

Damon Severson– Needs 6GP for 200 as a Devil/career.

 

DEVILS IN DETAIL

ACE IN THE DOT

Travis Zajac was 22-29 in the faceoff circle on Feb. 19 at the NY Islanders. According to Elias Sports Bureau, Zajac’s 75.9% winning-percentage was the second highest in the NHL out of the 75 prior instances of a player taking 29+ faceoffs in a game this season (Patrice Bergeron, 23-29 (79.3%)).

Zajac’s 29 faceoffs on Feb. 19 was the fifth-most he’s taken in one game this season. On Feb. 27 vs. MTL, he won 20 of 30 draws (66.7%).

PALMIERI’S HOT STREAK

Kyle Palmieri has 10 goals and six assists over his last 14 games. He leads New Jersey with 25 goals and 49 points. Palmieri set a career-high 30 goals and 57 points in the 2015-16 season.

POWER PLAY HEATING UP

The Devils have scored on the power play 17 times over the last 21 games. The Devils are 17-51 (33.3%) on the power play since Feb. 1, which ranks first in the NHL during that time-frame.

PAVEL PLAY GOAL

Pavel Zacha ranks third among NHL rookies (tie, J. Vesey, A. Matthews, S. Aho) with five power play goals. Eleven of Zacha’s 21 points this season have come on the man-advantage.

Q THE HIGHLIGHT REEL

Since being recalled from Albany (AHL) on Mar. 15, rookie John Quenneville has recorded 3pts in his last three games. He recorded his first assist on Mar. 17 at Pit., then notched his first goal Mar. 21 vs. NYR. Quenneville capped off his first career NHL goal with an overtime game-winning assist for the first multi-point game of his NHL career.

PROSPECT WATCH

Alexander Kerfoot (Harvard) was named one of the 10 finalists for the Hobey Baker Award last week. Kerfoot had a career-high 16 goals and 41 points in 33 games with the Crimson this season. He was also a finalist for the ECAC Hockey Player of the Year Award and was awarded with ECAC First Team All-League status.

Joey Anderson (Minnesota-Duluth) was named to the 2016-17 NCHC All-Rookie Team. Anderson leads all NCHC freshmen with 20 assists (30pts) in 35 games.

BLOCKAID STONEWALLING

Keith Kinkaid stopped 43 of 44 shots and 2 of 2 shootout attempts in a winning effort Dec. 29 at Wsh. It was his second 40+ save performance of the season. On Jan. 13 at Cgy. he saved 31 of 32 shots for his fifth win of the season. He stopped 35 of 36 shots Jan. 21 at Phi. He stopped 20 of 21 shots in relief of Cory Schneider on Mar. 11 at Ari. Has a .913 save-percentage this season.

Had first career point Feb. 19 at NYI when credited with a secondary assist on Taylor Hall’s PP goal.

HOMELAND

New Jersey suffered its first regulation loss at home on Dec. 9 vs. Stl., 1-4, after establishing a new franchise record, 8-0-2, for the longest streak of being undefeated in regulation at home to start a season (previously, 1987-88, 8-0-1). The Devils are 15-14-6 at home.

NOES-EN FOR THE NET 

Stefan Noesen had two goals in his first two games with New Jersey since being claimed off waivers from Anaheim on Jan. 25. Noesen is the first Devil to score in his first two games with the club since Devante Smith-Pelly (Mar. 1-3, 2g-1a). Noesen had his first NHL assist on Feb. 14 vs. Col.

SEVERSON SCORING

Damon Severson leads defensemen and is fifth (tie, Cammalleri) on the Devils in scoring with 3g-27a-30pts. He has five multi-point games this season and is third on the club in assists. Severson surpassed his career-high of 21pts with an assist Jan. 17 at Min. in his 46th game of 2016-17. He had 1g-20a-21pts in 72 games played in 2015-16.

DEVILS DEBUTS

Kevin RooneyBlake SpeersBlake ColemanYohann Auvitu, John Quenneville and Nick Lappin have all made their NHL debuts with New Jersey this season. The Devils have had 10 rookies play in at least one game this season which is the second most (tie, Arizona) in the NHL.

*Note- Auvitu does not count for rookie status.

ZAJAC CLIMBING THE FRANCHISE LEADERBOARD

Travis Zajac appeared in his 700th career game, all with New Jersey, on Oct. 13, 2016.  He ranks 9th all-time in games played in Devils’ history and is 7th all-time among forwards. He passed Sergei Brylin for 8th all-time among skaters with 766 games Mar. 16 vs. Phi.  He notched 2a on Mar. 16 vs. Phi to pass Scott Stevens with 431 points in franchise history.  Zajac scored 1g on Feb. 18 vs. NYI to tie Wilf Paiement (153g) for 9th all-time in franchise history.  On Feb. 21 vs. Ott., he passed Bobby Holik for 9th all-time in franchise history with 271 assists.

THIS DAY IN DEVILS HISTORY

Mar. 23, 2013- Martin Brodeur wins his 100th game at Prudential Center, becoming the first NHL goalie to win 100 games in two different arenas.

MEDIA GUIDE

The 2016-17 New Jersey Devils Media Guide and the latest NJD media information can be found at NJDevilsPR.com
Media Guide Link: https://devilsmedia.files.wordpress.com/2016/10/2016-17-devils-media-guide-lr.pdf

 

 

 

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