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Devils Can Do A Lot More than Just Win the Stanley Cup this Season

by Nolan Silbernagel

Nolan Silbernagel, WFUV Sports

No other state was affected more by Hurricane Sandy than New Jersey.  For almost two days in late October, the super storm destroyed and shredded apart the Jersey shore and left many residents without homes and power, and some communities were completely underwater.  That is why the start to the 2012-2013 hockey season was desperately needed for all of New Jersey.

At Long Last! The NHL Lockout is Over

by Nolan Silbernagel

Michael Watts

Lockout.  Just the very word can send shivers down a sports fans’ spine.  The agonizing thought that an individual cannot watch their beloved team on a regular basis because millionaires are squabbling with millionaires over miniscule details is almost unbearable.

One on One Talks NHL Lockout and College Football

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

AP || Mary Altaffer || Wilfredo Lee || Wilfredo Lee

NHL writer for Sporting News Jesse Spector as well as NY Post college football reporter Lenn Robbins dropped by One on One Saturday. Talking to Kenny Ducey and myself, Spector hashed out the landscape of the NHL labor negotiations, explaining the big sticking points and what the lockout thus far has meant New York area teams.

Matt Loughlin Talks Devils-Kings

by Amit Badlani
http://www.flickr.com/photos/clydeorama/6802326480/

Matt Loughlin, WFAN Devils Play by Play man, joined Mack Rosenberg and Mike Valdetara on One on One to talk about the Devils chances at coming back in the series vs the Kings, why the Devils have played poorly on the power play so far, and more.

Wait, LA and NJ?

by Terence McGinley

Gary Bettman almost got his dream matchup. A Stanley Cup final between The Los Angeles Kings versus the New York Rangers would have had all the storylines to produce one of the highest rated finals in recent memory. Two of the biggest markets in the National Hockey League. One an Original Six team that finished first in its conference, poised to return to the Stanley Cup finals after an eighteen-year absence. The other an improbable 8-seed, the first to ever knock off the top three seeds in its respective conference. Kings v. Rangers had all the glamour and intrigue to battle the NBA playoffs for popularity, until Lou Lamoriello and Martin Brodeur struck again.

Good Eating in Hell’s Kitchen

by Terence McGinley

I planned on writing a Devils-Flyers preview, but final papers/examinations got in the way. The past two weeks I have spent every waking minute of free time with my face in a book. A word to the wise: DO NOT put off research papers to the last night. But perhaps it was a blessing in disguise, I was planning on picking the Flyers in 5 or 6 games. Wait, why did I just admit that?