Jay Pandolfo

Boston Bruins #0 - Left Wing

  • Born: 12/27/74
  • Age: 46
  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 190

Flash From The Past: Brodeur and Lundqvist’s Duel.

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For today’s piece, I’ll be taking you back in time, to a duel of the decade between Martin Brodeur and Henrik Lundqvist.

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.

December 12, 2008: The First Time the New Jersey Devils Smacked Down Our Hated Rivals at the Rock

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Kicking off rivalry week(s) at SB Nation, John takes a look back at the first night where the New Jersey Devils finally beat down Our Hated Rivals, the New York Rangers, at the Rock in Newark. It...

Notable Comebacks of New Jersey Devils History: The Return of Bobby Holik

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Continuing with the theme of historical posts about the New Jersey Devils, this series will be devoted to players that left the organization and later returned. Today’s subject is Bobby Holik.

Notable New Jersey Devils Deals in History: The Bobby Holik Trade

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In 1992, the Devils traded for the final piece of one of the most infamous lines in franchise history—the hard hitting, Selke nominated, Stanley Cup raising Bobby Holik.

Notable New Jersey Devils Deals in History: The Claude Lemieux Trades

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Claude Lemieux played a role in the first two Stanley Cups in New Jersey Devils history and he was one of the few players Lou Lamoriello traded for twice. Read up on the history of the two deals...

Systems Analyst Classics: Just in the Nic of Time

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Game 2 of the 2006 Eastern Conference Semifinals featured a chaotic final minute, and another OT winner from Niclas Wallin.

Drafting and the Importance of These Years

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In today’s retrospective, I look at the 6 drafting seasons under Lou Lamoriello that brought the New Jersey Devils to their heights, and then the 6 drafting seasons under Lou that brought the team...

The Versatile New Jersey Devil: Sergei Brylin

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Sergei Brylin has been a member of the New Jersey Devils organization for over 20 years. First as a player and now as an assistant coach with the AHL affiliate in Binghamton. He won 3 Stanley Cups...

Same Old Story as New Jersey Devils Fall in OT to Dallas, 2-3

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Defensive miscues have cost the New Jersey Devils dearly in the 2019-20 season and they cost the Devils in a 2-3 overtime loss to the Dallas Stars. Worse, this happened as the team honored one of...

A Brief History of Thanksgiving Day Games Played by the New Jersey Devils Franchise

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Tonight, the New Jersey Devils have a rare game on Thanksgiving when they visit Montreal. This post looks back at the previous six times the Devils franchise have played on Thanksgiving.

Marian Hossa should have broken Selke Trophy center bias

Mark Stone came in second in the Selke voting this season, but the award should have gone to Hossa long ago.