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Devils Daily: Miles Wood Torches New Jersey, A Sharks Win?



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Despite playing just four games, the New Jersey Devils road trip felt like a lifetime.

The good news is, they come home to Newark with four of a possible eight points. Not bad.

The bad news? They probably could have had more had they played a bit more of a structured game in some very winnable contests. Oh, and they return to New Jersey more banged up than when they left.

Plus, did the Sharks finally claim two points? Could Edmonton phone Boston for goaltending? And a lot more.

Let’s do that hockey.

New Jersey Devils

New Jersey Hockey Now: New Jersey lacks discipline and structure in their 6-3 loss to Miles Wood and the Colorado Avalanche. Read up on the takeaways.

More NJHN: James Nichols and Ryan Novozinsky chat with fans about the current state of the Devils.

‘Round the Rink The Edmonton Oilers can’t get a save. Unfortunately, Jack Campbell is not living up to his $25 million contract. As a result, the Oilers waived the 31-year-old netminder on Tuesday.

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Colorado Avalanche

Colorado Hockey Now: There were no friends on Tuesday night as Wood made quite the impact against his former club. From the Avalanche’s side, here’s what led Colorado to victory.

Boston Bruins

Boston Hockey Now: Obviously, the Oilers are in need of goaltending. They’ve recalled Calvin Pickard to pair in tandem with Stuart Skinner who is also struggling. However, would they have an interest in Boston’s Linus Ullmark?

San Jose Sharks

San Jose Hockey Now: A Sharks win? A Sharks win! San Jose takes their first victory of the season over the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday, over a month into the season.

Nashville Predators

Nashville Hockey Now: The head coach of the Sharks is David Quinn. There’s no disputing that. However, former NHL head coach John Hynes has been around as a special advisor to the team.

Detroit Red Wings

Detroit Hockey Now: The Red Wings could have had Quinn Hughes, yet opted for Filip Zadina. Woof. Now, Hughes skates alongside former Detroit defender Filip Hronek. Did the Red Wings fork over one of the NHL’s most productive defensive pairings?

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