It’s no secret that the Devils have never regained their stride after losing in the Stanley Cup finals against the Kings in 2012, or since moving to the Metropolitan division. They have yet to return to the finals, or even make the playoffs for that matter. Overall, the franchise has won 3 Stanley Cups over the years (1994–95, 1999–00, 2002–03), as well as 9 division championships and 5 conference championships.
The New Jersey Devils also seen a number of great players over the years. This includes the likes of Ken Daneyko, Scott Stevens, Scott Niedermayer and the great Martin Brodeur.
They won their first championship back in 1994–95, with a roster that included defensemen Scott Stevens, Scott Niedermayer and Ken Daneyko; forwards Stephane Richer, John MacLean, Bobby Holik and Claude Lemieux; and goaltenders Chris Terreri and Martin Brodeur.
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After hanging their horns on defence for so long, the Devils are now desperate for any goal scoring whatsoever. The team needs a dominating offensive superstar; a young one that Patrik Elias can mentor and mold into a the team’s figurehead for the next decade or so.
Mike Cammalleri is their biggest current threat, and he’s not good enough to take over a game or put a team on his back in the playoffs.
This franchise’s performance over the years has been one full of streaks. When they first moved to New Jersey, they missed the playoffs in each one of their first 5 seasons. Then came nearly 15 seasons of consecutive playoff games, with a few Cups in there. Now, they’re currently riding another playoff streak and it doesn’t show any immediate signs of changing any time soon.
If you’re going to bet on the Devils, do so tactfully.
They aren’t going to be favoured in just about any games they play next year. So pick the games they will win, and you’re going to win some money.