Over the next week, Isles Talk will be previewing NHL teams before we drop the puck on this 2014-15 season. My assignment was to preview the 2013-2014 season for the New Jersey. Here what I came up with….
GP W L OT PTS ROW GF GA HOME AWAY
Standings: (Use the Division): In the Metropolitan division the Devils were 6th. In the Eastern Conference standings they were 10th.
Thoughts on Offense: The big player who contributed the most during the 2013-2014 season would have to be Jaromir Jagr. He averaged 82 points for the devils that season.
Thoughts on Defense: For defense, the devils were on average. Andy Greene average about of 82 goal points in the 2013-2014 season. Eric Gelinas for the Devils averaged about 60 points for his team. The real winner of the 2013-2014 season would have to be Stephen Gionta, he averaged 66 points that season.
Thoughts on Goaltending: I can’t say anything bad about the goal tending. compared to teams like the Islanders the devils had some what of a solid thoughts on goal tending. Even though a lot of people were nervous about Cory Schneider, Schneider proved himself by signing a $42 million contract extension with the Devils for seven more years.
Overall opinion: The 2013-2014 season for the New Jersey Devils wasn’t the one to book into the good column for the devils fans. Coming into the 2014-205 season the devils should be looking for help of their captain Bryce Salvador. Salvador had 40 points for the devils in 2013-2014 season.