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Brodeur Discusses Jersey Retirement & Career With Devils (10/6)

Martin Brodeur sits down with MSG Networks' Steve Cangialosi to share his thoughts on getting his number retired by the Devils and to reminisce about his great career in New Jersey.

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Devils Announce Brodeur's No. 30 Will Be Retired (10/6)

Devils owner Joshua Harris makes the announcement that Martin Broduer's No. 30 jersey will be retired and Brodeur reacts to the honor.

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Hockey Night Live: House Calls (10/3)

EJ Hradek, Steve Valiquette and John MacLean provide an on-ice demonstration of how to take more efficient shots on goal when there is traffic in front of the net.

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Devils GM Shero: Zajac Trade Talks Not Accurate (10/3)

Devils GM Ray Shero calls in to speak to the Hockey Night Live crew about the team's offseason moves, how training camp went and the rumors of New Jersey's trade talks with Toronto about Travis Zajac.

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Hockey Night Live: A Look at the Tri-State Area Goalies (10/3)

Steve Valiquette and Al Trautwig discuss the Rangers, Isles, Devils and Sabres goalie situations heading into the 2015-16 season.

Saturday, September 26, 2015

Hynes: Devils' Compete Level Was High vs. Rangers (9/26)

Devils coach John Hynes discusses the team's preseason loss to the Rangers, praises Joseph Blandisi, Pavel Zacha and Kyle Palmieri for their efforts in the game and gives his take on the NHL's new 3-on-3 overtime format.

Saturday, September 26, 2015

Hockey Night Live: New 3-on-3 OT Format (9/26)

The Hockey Night Live crew does an on-ice demonstration of how the new 3-on-3 OT will look and discusses what the biggest challenge for coaches will be within the new format.

Saturday, September 26, 2015

Henrique Reacts to Lamoriello Leaving Devils (9/26)

Adam Henrique gives his take on longtime Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello leaving New Jersey to join the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Monday, September 21, 2015

Hynes' Take on Devils Effort vs. Rangers (9/21)

After New Jersey's loss to the Rangers, new coach John Hynes discusses the good things he saw from the Devils and the things the team still needs to improve on.

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