The Devils Army Blog is Looking to Expand Its Team!

March 21, 2018 - Devils Army Blog - View Full Article

The Devils Army Blog is looking to fill several positions.

Are you interested in covering the NHL, New Jersey Devils, or Binghamton Devils? If so, we here at Devils Army Blog are looking to expand our team! These positions are perfect for die-hard hockey fans with a passion for writing, college students looking for experience with sports journalism or media, and anybody that wants to be more involved in the hockey community. For details about what positions are available and what is required for each position, please see below.

Posting Date 3/21/2018. Submission period ends Sunday 3/25/2018 at 11:59pm EST.

What we’re looking for…

*Note*: All positions are on a volunteer-basis only (non-paid).

Content Writers

Binghamton Devils (AHL) Contributor

League Contributor

Graphic Designer

Video Editor

Panel Contributors on Podcasts and Facebook Live

Social Media Manager

If you’re interested…


Some reasons to consider joining DAB…


Feel free to contact us with any additional questions you may have!

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Cory Schneider pulled as Devils rocked by Sharks | Rapid reaction

March 21, 2018 - The Star Ledger - View Full Article

The Sharks cruised past the Devils on Tuesday, pushing the Devils' playoff spot further into peril. Watch video

Cory Schneider's first start on the Devils' six-game road trip ended early, and Keith Kinkaid had trouble stopping the bleeding, too.

Schneider was pulled after giving up four goals on 14 shots over 30:31, and Kinkaid allowed two goals on the first two shots he faced as the San Jose Sharks rolled past the Devils, 6-2, on Tuesday night at SAP Center in San Jose, California.

The loss was the second straight for the Devils, who are now 3-2-0 on their six-game road trip. They play their final game of the trip on Friday night in Pittsburgh against the Penguins.

Along with the Devils' loss, the three teams in direct competition for playoff spots in the Eastern Conference all picked up points on Tuesday. The Columbus Blue Jackets and Florida Panthers both won in regulation, while the Flyers lost in a shootout to add one point.

The Devils trail the Blue Jackets by five points and the Flyers by four points with one game in hand on each. The Panthers trail the Devils by one point for the second wild card spot with two games in hand.

Any hopes the Devils had on Tuesday evaporated quickly, with the Sharks jumping out for three first-period goals. Eric Fehr chipped a shot over the left shoulder of Schneider from a sharp angle for a 1-0 lead 5:32 into play.

The Devils struck back when Taylor Hall scored on a semi-breakaway at 11:19, with his 32nd goal of the season tying the game 1-1. But the Sharks got goals from Joe Pavelski and Jannik Hansen to take a 3-1 lead into intermission.

Barclay Goodrow chased Schneider with a 2-on-1 goal at 10:38 of the second period, putting the Sharks up 4-1.

Kinkaid entered in relief and faced two shots the rest of the first period. Both found the net. Logan Couture scored at 11:18 for a 5-1 lead, and Mikkel Boedker added a sixth goal at 18:20. He stopped all nine shots he faced in the third period.

Blake Coleman tacked on a late goal for the Devils, popping in a shot in front of the crease with 1:36 left in regulation.

Hall briefly exits

With the Devils already down big in the second period, they got a scare when Hall was shaken up by a big hit from Sharks forward Evander Kane. Hall was slow to get up and went down the tunnel, but he quickly returned to the bench and the ice. The hit to Hall's chest appeared to knock the wind out of the Devils forward.

Next up 

The Devils will travel to Pittsburgh on Wednesday before practicing on Thursday. Following their game against the Penguins at 7 p.m. on Friday at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh, the Devils will quickly return home for a 7 p.m. game against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday at Prudential Center in Newark.

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