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John Fischer

  • joined Nov 12, 2008
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I am a supporter of Jersey's Team: The New Jersey Devils. A fan since 1994 and a season ticket holder since the opening of the Rock, I began In Lou We Trust in October 2006 to discuss and express opinions, analysis, perspectives, and reactions to the news and events surrounding the Devils. The writing may be much, but the passion for the team to succeed drives my writing and the blog as a whole.

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  • FIFA USMNT
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  • MLS NY Red Bulls
User Blog

Talking Red #157: Looking Ahead

This week's episode of Talking Red features David Sarch, Tom Stivali, and additional commentary by Tracey Lake as they talk about Chico, Cory Schneider, Brian Gionta, the World Championships, Albany going to the playoffs, and more as they look ahead.

Reviewing Goals Against Martin Brodeur: Nov. 2013

Martin Brodeur got hot in November, allowing only 15 goals in 9 starts and far fewer soft ones compared to October. This post continues the month-by-month review of all goals against Brodeur in the 2013-14 season with the second month of the season.

Reviewing Goals Against Martin Brodeur: Oct. 2013

It all began in October: the New Jersey Devils' season and Martin Brodeur in net again. He conceded 18 goals in six games as the team won 3 out of 12. This post is the first of a series looking at all of the goals Brodeur allowed this season.

Can't They Both Lose? 2014 Playoffs Open Post

This is an open post for ILWT fans to discuss about all of the hot, cold, and in-between action of the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs that do not feature the New Jersey Devils. They can also discuss what they'd like to see this summer.

Talking Red #156: Looking Back at 2013-14

Talking Red returns right as the New Jersey Devils begin their long offseason. David Sarch and John Fischer talk about what just happened, Peter DeBoer, Martin Brodeur, Michael Ryder, Damien Brunner, the cap situation, and so much more.

The 2013-14 ILWT Awards

2013-14 is over. We look back at the season that was and highlight multiple New Jersey Devils players for having standout performances through our selections for team awards.

A Happy Goodbye: Marty, Zids, Devils Beat B's 3-2

Marek Zidicky scored twice, the Boston Bruins didn't play a full roster or give a full effort, the New Jersey Devils did put in a full effort, Martin Brodeur didn't give up any bad goals (but got beat twice) and got a lot of love from the Rock.

Devils vs. Bruins: Game Preview #82

The New Jersey Devils will end their season today against this season's President Trophy winners, the Boston Bruins. This preview goes into the basically meaningless game and other thoughts surrounding it.

The Post Elimination Words of Lou, Jagr, & Brodeur

As the team's fate was sealed, plenty of interesting and notable quotes came from Lou Lamoriello, Jaromir Jagr, and (of course) Martin Brodeur. This post goes through them - plus one from Denis Potvin - with reactions to all.

0-for-13: Devils Lose Third SO to Isles

Another game against the New York Islanders, another start for Martin Brodeur, another game where the New Jersey Devils couldn't get that extra goal, another shootout, and the Devils lost their thirteenth shootout. This is the recap of that game.

0-for-12: Devils Edged by Senators 1-2 (SO)

For the twelfth time, the New Jersey Devils couldn't break a tie with the Ottawa Senators within 65 minutes so they went to a shootout. For the twelfth time, they lost the shootout. This is a another recap of this kind of loss.

Devils at Senators: Game Preview #80

It's the last road game for the New Jersey Devils in the 2013-14 regular season. The Devils will travel up to play the high-event Ottawa Senators. This is a preview of the game with observations about both teams.

Devils Shut Out for 10th Time in 0-1 L to Flames

Shut out for the tenth time this season, the New Jersey Devils lost 0-1 to the Calgary Flames. This recap tries to explain that the Devils tried hard, had energy, played rather well even though they got nothing for it among other thoughts.

Devils Hockey Has Mostly Been Low Event Hockey

This season's New Jersey Devils team doesn't take a lot of shooting attempts at 5-on-5 and allows even fewer. The thing is that this has been largely the case for six of the last seven seasons across numerous coaching and personnel changes.

Weekly Metropolitan Div. Snapshot: 4/6 - 4/13

For the final weekly Metropolitan Division snapshot of the season, all eight teams are run down (with two Atlantic Division teams of interest) for the still not-set playoff picture and final eight days of the season schedule.

Not Dead Yet: Devils Grind Out 3-1 W Over Canes

The New Jersey Devils pulled out another close win over the Carolina Hurricanes: 3-1 with an empty netter. This recap focuses on how well the Devils played, who made it happen, and other observations from the victory.

Devils at Canes: Game Preview #78

After a gutsy, hard-fought win with 15 skaters by the end, the New Jersey Devils have to put a roster together to play the Carolina Hurricanes in their building tonight. This preview focuses on the recent good play by the Canes among other thoughts.

With Guts & 15 Skaters, Devils Undercut Caps 2-1

The New Jersey Devils lost three forwards due to injury and finished the game with 15 skaters. Ryan Carter scored late to pull ahead and the team held on against the Washington Capitals to win 2-1. This is a recap of the gutsy game by the Devils.

Devils vs. Capitals: Game Preview #77

The New Jersey Devils host the Washington Capitals for the final time this season. This preview highlights the importance of staying out of the box, Alexander Ovechkin, and attacking a whole bunch among other thoughts about this game.

March 2014 in Review; Devil of the Month

After a hot offensive start, the New Jersey Devils returned to all kinds of struggles to finish March 7-6-2 and outside of the playoffs. This is a review of that month, including a different choice for Devil of the Month.

0-11 in Shootouts: Devils Lose 3-2 to Buffalo

The New Jersey Devils got two goals against the Buffalo Sabres in regulation and two in the shootout. But they couldn't get a third to get the win, and Buffalo did in the shootout. This is the recap of a beyond frustrating game for New Jersey.

Travis Zajac Hat Trick Has Devils Declaw Panthers

Travis Zajac was the best player on the ice as he earned a hat trick and assist in a 6-3 win by the New Jersey Devils over the Florida Panthers. This recap praises Zajac and his line while explaining that the game was closer than the score implies.

Old Devils Still Paying for Past Drafts

As the New Jersey Devils play opponents with plenty of youth in prominent spots, this is a reminder that the lack of several draft successes through most of the 2000s has driven the Devils to be so reliant on veterans.

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