Jason Arnott

New York Rangers #0 - Center

  • Born: 10/11/74
  • Age: 47
  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 220

Hide Ya Kids, Hide Ya Wives: Grading the Predators' 2010 Offseason

Apart from Instagram being born, there wasn’t anything "love" about the Preds' summer.

Let’s Remember a Devils Guy: Steve Thomas

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With the NHL’s return to play in limbo at the moment, let’s take this opportunity to remember a Guy in Devils history: Steve Thomas. We salute his three brilliantly mundane years in New Jersey.

Shawty Got Low: Grading the Predators’ 2008 Offseason

Team Edward? Team Jacob? Or Team Joel Ward?

Crank That: Grading the Predators’ 2007 Offseason

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We said goodbye to the Sopranos... and half of the Preds roster

Sunday Caps Clips

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Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: The Caps add a bunch of defensive depth, taking a closer look at the Lundqvist signing and more.

Blackhawks’ Game 6 2010 Stanley Cup clincher voted No. 1 Cup Final game since 2000

Patrick Kane’s overtime goal against the Flyers ended Chicago’s 49-year championship drought.

The 2000 Eastern Conference Finals: One of the New Jersey Devils’ Finest Moments Over the Second Rate Rivals

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A somewhat in depth look back at the 2000 Eastern Conference Finals and some of the highlights that came from it.

Behind Enemy Lines: Players Who Have Laced ‘Em Up For Both the Devils and the Flyers

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The drama and impact of some of the player swaps between the local rivals over the seasons.

Looking Back on the New Jersey Devils Hat Tricks Against the New York Rangers

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In today’s post about the Devils - Rangers rivalry, we will take a look back on all of the hat tricks completed by Devils players.

Re-imagining the Florida Panthers 1993 NHL Entry Draft

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LBC comes up with an alternate haul in Quebec City that starts with Jason Arnott

The Video Review: NHL 94

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The essential classic hockey title.

Notable New Jersey Devils Deals in History: The Jason Arnott Trade (1998)

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Jason Arnott, a player who the Devils traded for twice, is a name synonymous with the good ol’ days of success and grittiness