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Game 26: Schneider Conspiracy Continues, Devils Only Score Five In Win

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The constructed controversy surrounding Devils’ goaltender Cory Schneider added another chapter on Friday as the Devils only scored five goals in their 5-2 victory over Carolina in Raleigh. New Jersey stormed past the Canes with four third period goals, erasing … Continue reading

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128 – Back from Summer Break

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On this weeks episode Davida nd John talk about resigning Adam Henrique, the battle for the 8th D spot, ticket prices, contract limits and more! This weeks episode is 45 minutes long and 11mb.  You can download it directly here.

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Game 39: Devils Get Another Charity Point, Lose 7th Straight

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There are several ways to look at New Jersey’s 3-2 shootout loss to Buffalo on Sunday night: 1. The Devils picked up a point in their quest to stay in the Eastern Conference playoff hunt. 2. The Devils didn’t outright … Continue reading

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Episode 102 – Not Much Offense, Not much Defense

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On this weeks episode David and John recap another week in Devils hockey.  They talk about a week which didn’t see them put up many goals while dealing with some issues on the defensive end as well.  They also talk … Continue reading

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Episode 101 – Still Dealing With Issues

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On this weeks episode David is joined by John, EJ and Dan. They discuss this weeks action, which Devils defensemen should be in the line up, the third and fourth lines and look at how some other Devils are doing … Continue reading

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Episode 78 – New Coaches and Players Re-Signed

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On this weeks episode David is joined by John from In Lou We Trust.  They discuss the contract given to Mark Fayne, the hiring of Scott Stevens and Matt Shaw and recap prospect camp as well as answer listener questions.  … Continue reading

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