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AJ Manderichio

  • joined Dec 07, 2010
  • last login Jul 02, 2012
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AJ is pursuing his master's degree in Broadcast and Digital Journalism at Syracuse University. Along with writing about hockey, he's also interned with an AHL franchise, calling play-by-play. He fell in love with hockey at a young age, and the Jersey native was naturally drawn to the Devils. Almost 17 years later, his love of everything puck continues to grow.

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User Blog

Devils Free Agency Day 2 Recap: Brodeur and Hedberg Return, Parise Decision Still Looms

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Martin Brodeur's trip into free agency lasted just one day. The New Jersey Devils re-signed their legendary goaltender, inking Brodeur to a two-year, $9 million contract. It includes a no-trade...

If Big Money Is The Goal, Parise Won't Be Back In New Jersey

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If free agent Zach Parise is seeking a huge payday, the New Jersey Devils have probably seen the last of their captain.

Devil of A Season: Zidlicky A Diamond In The Rough

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Over the next month, SB Nation New York will take an in-depth look at the New Jersey Devils 2011-12 season, one that saw them defy expectations and end up on the losing end of a Stanley Cup...

Devils Draft Preview: Building Depth At Right Wing

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Heading into this year's NHL Draft, the New Jersey Devils are in desperate need of forward depth. The NHL roster is loaded with talented skaters, and young players like Adam Henrique, Jacob...

New Jersey Can't Let Parise Walk Away

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New Jersey Devils fans have become accustomed to seeing some of their biggest stars walk away. It happened first with Scott Niedermayer. A staple of the vaunted Devils blueline, Niedermayer was...

Devil of A Season: The Moose Stands Tall

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Over the next month, SB Nation New York will take an in-depth look at the New Jersey Devils 2011-12 season, one that saw them defy expectations and end up on the losing end of a Stanley Cup...

Devils of A Season: New Jersey Exceeds Expectations

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Even though the team fell short of it's fourth Stanley Cup championship, the New Jersey Devils exceeded expectations this season.

No Doubt About It: Devils Put All The Pressure On Kings

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With two straight wins, the New Jersey Devils have put the pressure squarely on the Los Angeles Kings heading into Game 6 tonight at the Staples Center.

Turning Back The Clock - Brodeur and the Conn Smythe Trophy

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Brodeur's play is reminding people of his old style, and has vaulted him into the discussion for a possible Conn Smythe Trophy.

Belief Can Fuel A Comeback

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For the New Jersey Devils, a belief that they can continue this comeback can fuel a historic Stanley Cup championship win.

Devils Stanley Cup Finals Game 4 Reaction: What Went Right, What Went Wrong

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All it took for the New Jersey Devils to win a game in the Stanley Cup Finals was the chance that another loss would end their season. New Jersey denied the Los Angeles Kings a cup-winning...

New Jersey Can't Win Four Games In One Night

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A win tonight won't give the New Jersey Devils a championship or even the series with the Los Angeles Kings. But it could go a long way to giving them the confidence needed to make history.

Devils Stanley Cup FInals Game 3 Review: What Went Right, What Went Wrong

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For the first time in almost two months, the New Jersey Devils are facing elimination from the playoffs. Unlike the first time, it doesn't look like they have a chance of surviving. The Los Angeles...

Devils Can Find Hope For Comeback In NBA

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The Devils, facing a 2-0 series deficit, can look to the NBA Playoffs for inspiration and ways to get back in their Stanley Cup Finals series with the Los Angeles Kings.

Kovalchuk's Maturation Key To Team's Success

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Two years ago, Ilya Kovalchuk was nothing more than a scorer. But two seasons later, he's become a two-way forward that has the team four wins away from a Stanley Cup championship.

Devils 2012 Stanley Cup Finals Game 1: What Went Right, What Went Wrong

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For the third straight series, the New Jersey Devils failed to win the opening game. In the Stanley Cup Finals, those losses seem to get magnified. Anze Kopitar scored the game-winning goal in...

2012 Stanley Cup Finals: How The New Jersey Devils Got Here

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Just one year after missing the postseason entirely, the New Jersey Devils are the Eastern Conference representatives in the Stanley Cup Finals. They defeated two division rivals on their way to...

'Kovalchuk Curse' A Thing of the Past

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The "Kovlachuk Curse" has disappeared this season, with Devils left wing Ilya Kovalchuk dispelling the myth that he can't find postseason success.

Brodeur Continues To Prove He's The All-Time Greatest

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Martin Brodeur, who continues to play second fiddle to his counterparts, is putting a postseason together that has silenced all of his critics.

Storybook Season Continues For Adam Henrique

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Adam Henrique, the Devils exceptional rookie, continues his story book season.

The "1994" Story A Thing of the Past for Rangers, Devils

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The New Jersey Devils are looking to eliminate the New York Rangers in Game 6 tonight.

New Jersey Devils Game Five Reaction: What Went Right, What Went Wrong

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The New Jersey Devils stole Game 5. New Jersey blew a three goal lead, but Ryan Carter scored the game-winning goal late in the third period as the Devils defeated the New York Rangers, 5-3, in...

Devils Discipline Starting To Crack Rangers

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The Devils discipline - a key to their series win over Philadelphia - is starting to crack the foundation of the New York Rangers.

New Jersey Devils Game 4 Reaction: What Went Right, What Went Wrong

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In yet another must win game, the New Jersey Devils stepped up and dominated their opponent. New Jersey scored four goals en route to a 4-1 win over the rival New York Rangers in Game 4 of the...

It's Not Panic Mode: Devils Deficit Not As Large As It Seems

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For the past two days, doom and gloom has surrounded a Devils team making necessary changes in their Eastern Conference Finals series.

New Jersey Game 3 Reaction: What Went Right, What Went Wrong

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New Jersey Devils fans are used to seeing Martin Brodeur steal a game in a series. Today, Henrik Lundqvist turned the tables. The New York Rangers goalie stopped 36 shots en route to his second...

Brodeur's 'Under The Radar' Performance Proving Critics Wrong

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Martin Brodeur's performance, improving since the first round, is silencing critics who saw him as a weak link to the New Jersey Devils playoff push.

New Jersey Devils Game 2 Reaction: What Went Right, What Went Wrong

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In a must win game, the New Jersey Devils offense woke up. Held without a goal in their Game 1, New Jersey scored three goals en route to a 3-2 win over the New York Rangers in Game 2 of the...

Devils coach Peter DeBoer Changes Lines, Sits Larsson For Game 2

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After a playoff lost, adjustments need to be made. New Jersey Devils coach Peter DeBoer did just that, shifting his line combinations and sitting rookie defenseman Adam Larsson for tonight's...

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