Glenn "Chico" Resch will retire from the broadcast booth after 18 years during Friday night's Devils game.

“I never thought of this as a profession because at the end of the day I’m talking about hockey, a sport that I love and have a tremendous amount of respect for,” Resch said. “That’s why I’ve always had a special relationship with the people watching on TV and cheering in the arena – I’m an extension of them. I’ve been lucky to do this for 18 years and I’ve enjoyed every handshake and conversation I’ve ever had with Devils fans.”

Sunday's Devils and Bruins game will be his last.

[sny-details title="The full release from the Devils..."]New York, NY (April 11, 2014) – MSG Networks hockey analyst Glenn “Chico” Resch announced his retirement from the New Jersey Devils broadcast booth during tonight’s Devils-Islanders telecast on MSG+. Sunday’s Devils-Bruins matchup at 3:00 p.m. on MSG will be his final hockey telecast on MSG Networks.

Resch will join Al Trautwig, E.J. Hradek, Ken Daneyko and Ron Duguay on “Hockey Night Live” Saturday at 9:30 p.m. to talk about his career on the ice and in the broadcast booth. He will then say goodbye to fans in a special postgame segment following Sunday’s game. The Devils will recognize their television analyst of 18 years during the first period of Sunday’s contest.

“I never thought of this as a profession because at the end of the day I’m talking about hockey, a sport that I love and have a tremendous amount of respect for,” said Resch. “That’s why I’ve always had a special relationship with the people watching on TV and cheering in the arena – I’m an extension of them. I’ve been lucky to do this for 18 years and I’ve enjoyed every handshake and conversation I’ve ever had with Devils fans.”

“I’d like to thank MSG Networks, especially the Devils production team and my broadcast partners, for their friendship and dedication over the years,” continued Resch. “And thank you to the Devils for the many memories both on the ice and in the booth.”

Resch joined MSG Networks in 1996 and was paired with Devils play-by-play legend Mike “Doc” Emrick for 14 years. For the past three seasons, Resch has called games alongside play-by-play partner Steve Cangialosi.

"From the first day I met Chico in 1983 when he was the Devils’ goalie, I was like everyone else who crossed his path, especially Devils fans – I felt welcomed, I felt like I had a friend, and I knew I was not around a dull person,” said Emrick. "I will always remember watching so many great Devils performances together. I felt like we were broadcasting in Camelot. I imagine him getting back to Minnesota next week, hitting an antique store and then heading to the shack to ice fish, something he will probably be able to do up there until mid-May. I am very happy for Chico and his family.”

"Few people in the National Hockey League have been more giving of their time to the fans than Chico,” said Cangialosi. “It's not uncommon to see him talking strategy with ticket holders an hour after the game. His energy and enthusiasm have been an inspiration to me."

“Area hockey fans have had the opportunity to enjoy Chico’s work as a player and broadcaster for nearly 30 years, as he’s had an exquisite career both on and off the ice,” said Daniel Ronayne, general manager and executive vice president, MSG Networks. “We certainly will miss his spirit and hockey analysis, and wish him all the best in the next chapter of his life. Chico will always be a part of the MSG Networks family.”

“Chico Resch was a fan favorite during his 22 seasons with the Devils’ organization, first as a player, and more recently as a broadcaster,” said Devils’ President/General Manager Lou Lamoriello. “He was an original Devil who brought a smile to the rink every day. Chico and his wife, Diane, will always be a part of the Devils’ family.”

A native of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada, Resch began a 14-year National Hockey League career in 1973 with the New York Islanders. He appeared in 571 NHL games as a goaltender with the Islanders, Colorado Rockies, New Jersey Devils and Philadelphia Flyers. Resch compiled a career record of 231-224-82 along with 26 shutouts and a 3.27 goals-against average, and won the Stanley Cup as a member of the 1979-80 Islanders.

Resch played in 282 games with the Islanders, allowing a club-low 2.56 goals per game. He tallied 25 shutouts for the team, the most in franchise history, en route to a 157-69-47 record. He was named to the NHL’s Second All-Star Team twice – in 1975-76 and 1978-79 – and was the recipient of the 1981-82 Bill Masterton Trophy for perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey.

In March of 1981 Resch was traded to the Colorado Rockies only to return to the tri-state area the following season when the franchise moved east and became the New Jersey Devils. He was immediately embraced by the Meadowlands crowd and enjoyed a successful career in the Garden State. In 1986 he was traded to the Philadelphia Flyers and in 1987 he retired from professional hockey.

Resch served as goaltending coach for the Philadelphia Flyers during the 1987-88 season before embarking on a broadcasting career with the Minnesota North Stars. In 1990 he returned to the coaching ranks, serving as goaltending coach and scout for the North Stars. The following year he became the general manager and coach of the Tri-City Americans of the WHL. From 1992-96 Resch worked in the Ottawa Senators organization as a goaltending coach and scout, which included time as a bench coach during the 1995-96 campaign. He returned to broadcasting permanently in 1996 when he joined MSG Networks.

Before embarking on his NHL career, Resch attended the University of Minnesota-Duluth, where he played two seasons for the Bulldogs. He was given the nickname “Chico” by former Islanders teammate Doug Rombough, who chided Resch as he attempted to learn to speak Spanish during his first year with the team. The reference is to the television show “Chico and the Man.”[/sny-details]

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( Adam Hunger)

The Devils have signed defenseman Yaroslav Dyblenko to a two-year, entry-level contract, the team announced Thursday morning.

Dyblenko spent the past five seasons in the Kontinental Hockey League. He spent last season with Moscow Spartak, where he recorded four goals, seven assists, and 51 penalty minutes in 51 games.

Through 180 KHL games, Dyblenko has 12 goals and 27 assists.

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Devils goalie Corey Schneider and head coach John Hynes recap the team's disappointing 2016-17 season and look forward to next year.

The Devils cleaned out their lockers at The Prudential Center on Tuesday, marking the official end of their 2016-17 season.

New Jersey finished in last place in the Eastern Conference and won just 28 games as the team missed the postseason for the fifth consecutive year. The Devils finished with the second-worst record in the NHL behind only the Colorado Avalanche.

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New Jersey Devils center Jacob Josefson jumps in front of Detroit Red Wings goalie Jimmy Howard during the first period at Joe Louis Arena. (Raj Mehta/USA TODAY Sports)
New Jersey Devils center Jacob Josefson jumps in front of Detroit Red Wings goalie Jimmy Howard during the first period at Joe Louis Arena. (Raj Mehta/USA TODAY Sports)

The New Jersey Devils ended the 2016-17 season with a 4-1 loss to the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday at Joe Louis Arena. >> Read more


First period:

  • 7:09 DET Riley Sheahan; Assists: Frans Nielsen, Darren Helm
  • 11:19 DET Tomas Tatar; Assists: Gustav Nyquist, Henrik Zetterberg

Second period:

  • 10:18 DET Zetterberg; Assist: Nyquist

Third period:

  • 1:15 NJ John Moore; Assists: Jacob Josefson, Michael Cammalleri
  • 17:27 DET Riley Sheahan (power play); Assists: Nielsen, Dylan Larkin
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Tags: Detroit Red Wings, Jacob Josefson, John Moore, Mike Cammalleri
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New York Islanders forward Andrew Ladd (16) celebrates his second period goal with teammates forward Anders Lee (27) and forward Josh Bailey (12) against the Carolina Hurricanes at PNC Arena. (James Guillory)
New York Islanders forward Andrew Ladd (16) celebrates his second period goal with teammates forward Anders Lee (27) and forward Josh Bailey (12) against the Carolina Hurricanes at PNC Arena. (James Guillory)

Anders Lee scored two goals and Jaroslav Halak saved 37 shots as the Islanders beat the Devils on Saturday at the Prudential Center. >> Read more


First period

No goals

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New York Islanders right wing Cal Clutterbuck (15) and New Jersey Devils center Adam Henrique (14) battle for the puck during the second period at Prudential Center. (Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports)
New York Islanders right wing Cal Clutterbuck (15) and New Jersey Devils center Adam Henrique (14) battle for the puck during the second period at Prudential Center. (Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports)

The Islanders and Devils play each other for the final time this season at 6 p.m. at the Prudential Center. 

According to STATS: 

  • The Islanders beat the Hurricanes, 3-0, at PNC Arena on Thursday night, keeping their slim postseason hopes alive in the process. New York has won four straight games -- its longest win streak of the 2016-17 campaign.
  • New Jersey lost, 7-4, to Pittsburgh at Prudential Center on Thursday night, dropping to 1-5-2 in the last eight games overall. The seven goals scored by the Pens were the most allowed by the Devils in any game this season.
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Mar 19, 2017; Newark, NJ, USA; New Jersey Devils goalie Cory Schneider (35) makes a save during the third period at Prudential Center. The Blue Jackets defeated the Devils 4-1. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports (Ed Mulholland)
Mar 19, 2017; Newark, NJ, USA; New Jersey Devils goalie Cory Schneider (35) makes a save during the third period at Prudential Center. The Blue Jackets defeated the Devils 4-1. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports (Ed Mulholland)

The Devils fell behind early on Thursday night and were unable to keep up with the Pittsburgh Penguins, who defeated New Jersey by a score of 7-4 on at the Prudential Center to clinch home-ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs. >> Read more

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New Jersey Devils' all-time leading point scorer Patrik Elias was honored before a game against the Flyers after announcing his retirement.

New Jersey Devils defenseman John Moore moves the puck up ice. (Charles LeClaire (USA Today))
New Jersey Devils defenseman John Moore moves the puck up ice. (Charles LeClaire (USA Today))

Recap

John Moore scored 59 seconds into overtime and New Jersey Devils snapped a six-game losing streak with a 1-0 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday night.

Keith Kinkaid made 35 saves in posting his first shutout of the season and helping the Devils win for only the third time in 21 games (3-14-4).

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New Jersey Devils goalie Keith Kinkaid makes a glove save during the first period of their game against the Dallas Stars at Prudential Center. (Ed Mulholland/USA TODAY Sports)
New Jersey Devils goalie Keith Kinkaid makes a glove save during the first period of their game against the Dallas Stars at Prudential Center. (Ed Mulholland/USA TODAY Sports)

The Flyers scored twice in the first period and cruised to a 3-0 victory over the Devils at The Wells Fargo Center. >> Read more


First Period

7:28 PHI Brayden Schenn (Power Play); Assists: Claude Giroux, Shayne Gostisbehere

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Adam Henrique celebrates scoring a goal past Michal Neuvirth. (AP)
Adam Henrique celebrates scoring a goal past Michal Neuvirth. (AP)

The Philadelphia Flyers still have a snowball's chance of making the Stanley Cup playoffs, and until it completely melts they're going to keep believing it can happen.

The New Jersey Devils are hoping their next big win comes in the 2017 NHL draft lottery.

On Saturday night, the Flyers (37-32-8, 82 points) will try to keep their playoff hopes alive when they host the Devils (27-36-14, 68 points), who own the third-worst record in the NHL behind the Colorado Avalanche and Arizona Coyotes.

Despite three straight wins, the Flyers remain six points behind the Boston Bruins (88 points) with five games to play. But they are also two points behind the New York Islanders and Carolina Hurricanes and three points behind the Tampa Bay Lightning.

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(Ed Mulholland (USA Today))

Recap

Anders Lee and Anthony Beauvillier scored to help the New York Islanders preserve their slim playoff chances with a 2-1 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Friday night.

Jaroslav Halak stopped 26 shots as the Islanders pulled four points behind Boston for the second wild card in the Eastern Conference. New York won at home for the first time since beating the Devils here on Feb. 19, going 0-4-1 at Barclays Center in between.

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New Jersey Devils left wing Patrik Elias (26) skates in warmups before his game against the Toronto Maple Leafs at Prudential Center. (Ed Mulholland)
New Jersey Devils left wing Patrik Elias (26) skates in warmups before his game against the Toronto Maple Leafs at Prudential Center. (Ed Mulholland)

New Jersey Devils great Patrik Elias has retired from the NHL, the Devils announced Friday morning.

Elias played all 18 seasons of his NHL career with New Jersey, and will retire as a two-time Stanley Cup Champion and the Devils all-time leader in goals, assists, and points. 

The Devils will celebrate "Patrik Elias Week" over the final three home games this season, including Elias dropping the ceremonial puck on April 4, an open practice on April 7, and Elias participating in warm-ups during the April 8 home finale.

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Mar 29, 2016; Newark, NJ, USA; Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask (40) makes a save in front of New Jersey Devils left wing Blake Pietila (56) during the second period at Prudential Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports  (Ed Mulholland)
Mar 29, 2016; Newark, NJ, USA; Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask (40) makes a save in front of New Jersey Devils left wing Blake Pietila (56) during the second period at Prudential Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports (Ed Mulholland)

The Devils have assigned forward Blake Pietila to their AHL affiliate in Albany, the team announced on Thursday.

The 24-year-old Pietila has an assist in 10 games with New Jersey this season.

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New Jersey Devils left wing Taylor Hall scores a goal on Winnipeg Jets goalie Connor Hellebuyck during the first period at Prudential Center. (Ed Mulholland/USA TODAY Sports)
New Jersey Devils left wing Taylor Hall scores a goal on Winnipeg Jets goalie Connor Hellebuyck during the first period at Prudential Center. (Ed Mulholland/USA TODAY Sports)

The New Jersey Devils lost to the Winnipeg Jets in a shootout, 4-3, Tuesday at Prudential Center. >> Read more


First period:

  • 0:52 WIN Nikolaj Ehlers; Assists: Blake Wheeler, Jacob Trouba
  • 8:10 NJ Beau Bennett; Assists: Pavel Zacha, Dalton Prout
  • 12:07 NJ Taylor Hall; Assist: Travis Zajac

Second period:

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New Jersey Devils center Blake Coleman (Ed Mulholland/USA TODAY Sports)
New Jersey Devils center Blake Coleman (Ed Mulholland/USA TODAY Sports)

The New Jersey Devils host the Winnipeg Jets on Tuesday at Prudential Center at 7 p.m. ET.

According to STATS:

  • The Jets won the first matchup between these teams this season. A win tonight would give Winnipeg a sweep of the season series for just the third time in franchise history (first two were 2005-06 as the Thrashers and 2013-14 as the Jets).
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(AP)

The Devils have signed D Michael Kapla from UMass-Lowell to a two-year entry deal, according to Andrew Gross of The Record.

Kapla will report to the Devils.

In 41 games for UMass-Lowell this season, the 22-year old defenseman registered three goals and 27 assists.

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New Jersey Devils goalie Keith Kinkaid makes a glove save during the first period of their game against the Dallas Stars at Prudential Center. (Ed Mulholland/USA TODAY Sports)
New Jersey Devils goalie Keith Kinkaid makes a glove save during the first period of their game against the Dallas Stars at Prudential Center. (Ed Mulholland/USA TODAY Sports)

Keith Kinkaid allowed two goals late as the New Jersey Devils lost to the Dallas Stars, 2-1, Sunday at Prudential Center. >> Read more


First period:

  • 11:02 NJ Blake Coleman

Second period:

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New Jersey Devils goalie Cory Schneider makes a save during the third period at Prudential Center. (Ed Mulholland/USA TODAY Sports)
New Jersey Devils goalie Cory Schneider makes a save during the third period at Prudential Center. (Ed Mulholland/USA TODAY Sports)

The Carolina Hurricanes broke a 1-1 tie in the third period and pulled away with a 3-1 victory over the Devils on Saturday. With the loss, the Devils are now eliminated from playoff contention.  >> Read more

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Mar 23, 2017; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; New Jersey Devils center Adam Henrique (14) draws a penalty as he is hooked from behind by Toronto Maple Leafs center Brian Boyle (24) at Air Canada Centre. Mandatory Credit: Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports (Tom Szczerbowski)
Mar 23, 2017; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; New Jersey Devils center Adam Henrique (14) draws a penalty as he is hooked from behind by Toronto Maple Leafs center Brian Boyle (24) at Air Canada Centre. Mandatory Credit: Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports (Tom Szczerbowski)

John Moore scored twice but the Devils still lost for the 13th time in 15 games, 4-2, to the Maple Leafs on Thursday night at Air Canada Centre. >> Read more...


First period:

  • 2:59 NJD John Moore; Assists: Damon SeversonKyle Palmieri
  • 5:46 TOR Josh Leivo (power play); Assists: Auston Matthews, William Nylander
  • 18:17 TOR William Nylander; Assists: Auston Matthews, Nikita Zaitsev

Second period:

  • 2:04 TOR James van Riemsdyk; Assists: Mitchell Marner, Tyler Bozak

Third period:

  • 9:04 NJD John Moore (power play); Assists: Pavel ZachaTaylor Hall
  • 19:14 TOR Connor Brown (empty net); Assists: Leo Komarov, Nazem Kadri
Tags: Damon Severson, John Moore, Kyle Palmieri, Pavel Zacha, Taylor Hall
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Mar 21, 2017; Newark, NJ, USA; The New Jersey Devils celebrate a game winning goal by New Jersey Devils left wing Joseph Blandisi (64) during overtime at Prudential Center. The Devils defeated the Rangers 3-2. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports (Ed Mulholland)
Mar 21, 2017; Newark, NJ, USA; The New Jersey Devils celebrate a game winning goal by New Jersey Devils left wing Joseph Blandisi (64) during overtime at Prudential Center. The Devils defeated the Rangers 3-2. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports (Ed Mulholland)

The Devils travel to Toronto to take on the Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre on Thursay night at 7:30 p.m.

According to STATS:

  • The Devils won for just the second time in their last 14 games with Tuesday's 3-2 overtime victory over the Rangers. New Jersey is 5-for-15 (33.3 percent) on the power-play over its last five games, scoring at least one power-play goal in all five.
  • The Maple Leafs won their second straight and extended their point streak to four games following Wednesday's 5-2 victory at the Blue Jackets. Toronto has now scored at least five goals 13 times this season, its most since 2008-09 (17).
  • New Jersey and Toronto have gone to the shootout six times in the last 11 meetings. Dating back to the 2013-14 season, no other head-to-head series has seen at least six games reach the shootout.
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Mar 21, 2017; Newark, NJ, USA; New Jersey Devils goalie Cory Schneider (35) makes a save on New York Rangers center Mika Zibanejad (93) during the first period at Prudential Center.  (Ed Mulholland (USA Today))
Mar 21, 2017; Newark, NJ, USA; New Jersey Devils goalie Cory Schneider (35) makes a save on New York Rangers center Mika Zibanejad (93) during the first period at Prudential Center. (Ed Mulholland (USA Today))

Recap

Joseph Blandisi scored on an odd-man rush with 54.6 seconds left in overtime and the New Jersey Devils handed the New York Rangers a rare road loss, 3-2 on Tuesday night.

John Quenneville set up Blandisi's third goal of the season, and Quenneville and Taylor Hall also scored for the Devils. New Jersey got just its second win in 14 games (2-10-2) behind 38 saves by Cory Schneider, including a stop on Kevin Hayes in close just before Blandisi's winner.

The win was the Devils' first in four games with the Rangers this season. >> Read more...

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Mar 19, 2017; Newark, NJ, USA; New Jersey Devils goalie Cory Schneider (35) makes a save during the third period at Prudential Center. The Blue Jackets defeated the Devils 4-1. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports (Ed Mulholland)
Mar 19, 2017; Newark, NJ, USA; New Jersey Devils goalie Cory Schneider (35) makes a save during the third period at Prudential Center. The Blue Jackets defeated the Devils 4-1. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports (Ed Mulholland)

Boone Jenner scored two goals to help the Blue Jackets clinch a playoff spot in a 4-1 win over the Devils on Sunday at The Prudential Center. >> Read more


First period:

  • 6:32 CLS Lukas Sedlak (Penalty Shot)
  • 10:23 CLS Boone Jenner (Short Handed); Assists: Jack Johnson, David Savard
  • 10:30 NJD Adam Henrique (Power Play); Assists: Pavel Zacha

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While the Blue Jackets have everything working for them, the Devils are once again playing out the string.

The Devils broke a 10-game losing streak Thursday by beating the Philadelphia Flyers 6-2 on Friday night but began a new skid with a 6-4 loss in Pittsburgh the following night. When this season ends, it mark the fifth straight season the Devils have missed the postseason since reaching the Stanley Cup Final in 2012.

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New Jersey goalie Keith Kinkaid makes a save on a breakaway against Pittsburgh's Phil Kessel during the second period. (Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports)
New Jersey goalie Keith Kinkaid makes a save on a breakaway against Pittsburgh's Phil Kessel during the second period. (Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports)

Sidney Crosby scored two goals, including an insurance empty-netter with 14 seconds left, to give the Penguins a 6-4 win over the Devils Friday in Pittsburgh. >> Read more


First period:

  • 5:35 NJD Kyle Palmieri Assists: Taylor Hall, John Moore
  • 6:37 PIT Phil Kessel Assists: Patric Hornqvist, Matt Cullen
  • 13:30 PIT Jake Guentzel Assists: Brian Dumoulin, Sidney Crosby
  • 14:02 NJD Stefan Noesen Assists: Pavel Zacha, John Quenneville
  • 19:45 PIT Sidney Crosby (Power Play) Assists: Mark Streit, Justin Schultz

Second period:

  • 15:47 PIT Nick Bonino Assists: Carter Rowney, Tom Kuhnhackl
  • 19:09 NJD Beau Bennett Assists: Adam Henrique, Jon Merrill

Third period:

  • 5:17   PIT Carter Rowney Assists: Tom Kuhnhackl, Tom Sestito
  • 16:29 NJD Kyle Palmieri (Power Play) Assists: Joseph Blandisi
  • 19:26 PIT Sidney Crosby (ENG) Assists: Conor Sheary
Tags: Adam Henrique, Beau Bennett, John Moore, Kyle Palmieri, Taylor Hall
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Feb 25, 2017; Newark, NJ, USA; The New York Rangers celebrate a goal by New Jersey Devils center Adam Henrique (14) during the second period at Prudential Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports (Ed Mulholland)
Feb 25, 2017; Newark, NJ, USA; The New York Rangers celebrate a goal by New Jersey Devils center Adam Henrique (14) during the second period at Prudential Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports (Ed Mulholland)

Taylor Hall and Adam Henrique each scored twice as the Devils snapped their 10-game losing streak Thursday night with a 6-2 win over the Flyers at the Prudential Center. >> Read more


First period:

  • 17:00 PHI Michael Del Zotto; Assists: Jakub Voracek, Claude Giroux
  • 18:11 NJD Kyle Palmieri; Assists: Travis Zajac

Second period:

  • 5:50 NJD Adam Henrique; Assists: Beau Bennett, Dalton Prout
  • 9:40 NJD Joseph Blandisi (power play); Assists: Damon SeversonPavel Zacha
  • 11:13 PHI Brayden Schenn; Assists: Radko Gudas, Michael Del Zotto

Third period:

  • 1:33 NJD Taylor Hall; Assists: Travis Zajac
  • 4:08 NJD Adam Henrique; Assists: John MooreKyle Palmieri
  • 15:21 NJD Taylor Hall (empty net)
Tags: Adam Henrique, Beau Bennett, Damon Severson, John Moore, Joseph Blandisi, Kyle Palmieri, Pavel Zacha, Taylor Hall
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Mar 4, 2017; Boston, MA, USA; New Jersey Devils left wing Joseph Blandisi (64), defenseman Jon Merrill (7) and defenseman Steven Santini (34) stand on the ice after giving up a goal to the Boston Bruins during the second period at TD Garden. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports (Winslow Townson)
Mar 4, 2017; Boston, MA, USA; New Jersey Devils left wing Joseph Blandisi (64), defenseman Jon Merrill (7) and defenseman Steven Santini (34) stand on the ice after giving up a goal to the Boston Bruins during the second period at TD Garden. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports (Winslow Townson)

The Devils look to snap their 10-game losing streak as they host the Flyers at the Prudential Center tonight at 7 p.m. ET.

According to STATS:

  • The Devils have beaten Philadelphia twice this season by a combined margin of 8-1. New Jersey has thus improved to 13-3-3 in the series since the beginning of 2013-14, during which time the Devils have outscored the Flyers at even strength, 42-22.
  • The Flyers ended a three-game losing streak with a 4-0 win over the Penguins on Wednesday which matched Philadelphia's largest margin of victory this season. It was the Flyers' fourth team shutout of 2016-17.
  • The Devils' game against Winnipeg on Tuesday was postponed due to Winter Storm Stella and will be made up on March 28. The storm denied New Jersey an opportunity to end its 10-game losing streak (0-8-2), which is tied for the second-longest skid in franchise history (14 straight losses by the Kansas City Scouts in 1975-76).
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New Jersey Devils forward John Quenneville (47) plays the puck during the second period of a preseason hockey game against the Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre. (Eric Bolte)
New Jersey Devils forward John Quenneville (47) plays the puck during the second period of a preseason hockey game against the Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre. (Eric Bolte)

The Devils have recalled F John Quenneville from Albany, the team announced Wednesday morning.

Quenneville has not recorded a point in two games with New Jersey this season.

In 53 games with the Albany Devils this year, Quenneville has recored 12 goals and 29 assists.

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A general view of the NHL shield logo before the first round of the 2015 NHL Draft at BB&T Center. (Steve Mitchell)
A general view of the NHL shield logo before the first round of the 2015 NHL Draft at BB&T Center. (Steve Mitchell)

Tonight's game between the Devils and Jets at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ has been postponed due to the "severe winter storm impacting the area," the NHL announced late Tuesday morning.

The game has been rescheduled for March 28.

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New Jersey Devils right wing Kyle Palmieri (21) moves the puck up ice.  (Charles LeClaire (USA Today))
New Jersey Devils right wing Kyle Palmieri (21) moves the puck up ice. (Charles LeClaire (USA Today))

The Devils scored four goals in the final two periods but fell short to the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday, 5-4. >>Read more

First Period

1:27 ARI Radim Vrbata; Assists: Max Domi, Connor Murphy

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Feb 25, 2017; Newark, NJ, USA; The New Jersey Devils celebrate a goal by New Jersey Devils center Adam Henrique (14) during the second period against the New York Rangers at Prudential Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports (Ed Mulholland)
Feb 25, 2017; Newark, NJ, USA; The New Jersey Devils celebrate a goal by New Jersey Devils center Adam Henrique (14) during the second period against the New York Rangers at Prudential Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports (Ed Mulholland)

The Devils have sent goaltender Ken Appleby to the AHL and have recalled forward Blake Pietila, the team announced. 

Pietila has played in two NHL games this year, posting a minus-2 rating. 

In 27 games in the AHL, Appleby has a .909 save percentage. 

 

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