P.A. Parenteau

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Game Preview: Devils vs. Oilers

BY: DAVID KOLB EDMONTON OILERS (20-13-7) @ NEW JERSEY DEVILS (16-17-7) SECOND OF THREE Tonight, the Devils host the Edmonton Oilers for the first of two games the clubs will play this season, as they will skate again on Jan. 12 in Edmonton. The Devils had their two-game winning streak snapped last night at The […]

Game Preview: Devils vs. Capitals

BY: DAVID KOLB NEW JERSEY DEVILS (14-15-7) @ WASHINGTON CAPITALS (20-9-5) BACK HOME The Devils look to complete a sweep of a home-and-home set against the Capitals this afternoon at the Prudential Center. New Jersey edged past Washington with a thrilling 2-1 shootout win Thursday. The Devils are 4-3-2 against Metropolitan Division opponents this season and 8-8-5 […]

Keys to Devils-Stars

By: David Kolb NEW JERSEY DEVILS (8-3-3) @ DALLAS STARS (6-6-4) FIRST OF TWO Tonight is the first of two meetings on the season between the New Jersey Devils and Dallas Stars, and the beginning to a pivotal Devils four-game road trip. The Devils and Stars will meet for the final time this season on March […]

Keys to Devils-Panthers

BY: DAVID KOLB | @DAVIDKOLBMSG NEW JERSEY DEVILS (4-2-2) @ FLORIDA PANTHERS(4-5-1) GAME COVERAGE BEGINS AT 7 PM ON MSG+2  WINNING ON THE ROAD The Devils finished their four-game homestand 3-0-1, grabbing seven of a possible eight points and are 4-0-1 on the ice in Newark this season. To start climbing the standings, the Devils must […]

Devils Attempt to Bounce Back Tonight vs. Bolts

BY: DAVID KOLB | @DAVIDKOLBMSG TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING (5-2-0) @ NEW JERSEY DEVILS (3-2-2) GAME COVERAGE BEGINS AT 6:30 PM ON MSG+ BACK AT IT The Devils are back in action tonight after being handed a tough 3-2 overtime defeat by the Blackhawks Friday. Despite the setback, they have gained at least a point in all four […]

Islanders Sign Ladd, Chimera & Parenteau

Andrew Ladd, Left Wing Last Played With Chicago A two-time Stanley Cup winner with the Blackhawks (2010) and Hurricanes (2006), Ladd was drafted fourth overall by Carolina in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft. The 6-foot-3, 200-pound winger was traded to Chicago in 2008 after three years with the Hurricanes. He tallied 50 points (26 goals, […]

Top-20 Combined Scorers With Rangers and Islanders

  The Rangers-Islanders rivalry is not only one of the fiercest in the NHL, but also in professional sports. On Oct. 4, 1972, defenseman Arnie Brown became the first former Blueshirt to play for the Isles, and over the past 42 years, almost 70 players have worn both sweaters in their careers. Let’s take a […]

P.A. Who? And Six Locals To Keep An Eye On In 2012-13

@StanFischler WHY P.A. PARENTEAU WILL BE QUICKLY FORGOTTEN IN NASSAU As a player and as a person, P.A. Parenteau was a delight to be around. Ever-smiling, he made himself available to the media, win or lose. On the ice, he proved to be one of those out-of-nowhere success stories; literally rags to riches; the recent […]